On Friday, October 14th, the MMHS Choirs combined with the choirs of Mapleton Junior High for their annual Fall Choral Showcase. The auditorium at Maple Mountain was filled beyond capacity, and the choirs were excellent as they demonstrated mastery of vocal and choral technique, coupled with artistic, soulful energy. The choirs were fortunate to perform two "choral union" numbers, where all singers joined together in singing. Truly, the auditorium was filled with energy and fantastic music. Conductors, Mrs. Thompson from MJHS and Mr.
Academic All State team members were honored at the State Soccer Tournament at Rio Tinto Stadium in Salt Lake City, during half time of the 4A State Soccer finals. Maple Mountain High School placed Wesli Peay, Jayci Peay, Katie Card and Kara Betts on the Academic All State team. Congratulations to these outstanding Student Athletes and their families.
The A. P. Studio Art class at MMHS recently created this collaborative project for the Halloween season. This project was entirely student-generated. Morgan Smith, Abbey Erickson, and Heather Richins worked together to design, organize and ultimately hung the 7' square artwork, which is made of 121 smaller squares. Each of the students in Mr. Gillespie's A. P. Studio Art class helped in the production of acrylic paintings of smaller monsters which culminated in this project, which can be seen in the C hall upstairs.
The Eagles had a great season and for the first time were able to advance through the first round of the state playoffs with an impressive 7-0 win over Woods Cross High School. The girls soccer team ended their season with a disappointing loss in the quarterfinal round of the state playoffs to Bonneville High School. The Eagles finished 2nd in Region 8 just behind the State Champion Timpanogos team. However, the Golden Eagles handed the Timpanogos soccer team its only loss of the season in an exciting win in double overtime during region play.
Maple Mountain High announces the October students of the month.
Marianne Pressley - Sophomore Marianne Pressley plans to attend BYU and wants to major in Chinese and minor in communications. Her interest in Chinese is because she was adopted from China, and it is currently her favorite subject in school.
Her favorite quote is, "The only barrier to success is the fear of failure." - Sven Goran. The reason she likes this quote is "because fear can stop a person from doing anything. If you never do it, then you'll never know whether or not you'll like it."
The PTA Reflections contest is here again! This year's theme is "Diversity Means..." The eight art categories are: music composition, 3D art, photography, film production, dance choreography, literature, visual arts, and theater production. Entry forms and rules can be picked up in the front office or downloaded from utahpta.org. PLEASE follow all guidelines as outlined in the category instructions. Projects you do for school classes can be used as long as they are from this year, are COMPLETELY original, and match the theme.
The Cullinary Arts program at Maple Mountain High School provided the football team with a catered meal as part of the Homecoming week activities. The Culinary Arts Students, supervised by Nikki Neves, planned, prepared, and served the football team and coaches a fantastic meal with food donated by Allen's Super Save in Springville.
The annual Booster Club Breakfast will be held on Saturday October 15 from 8am-9:30am in the cafeteria. Please come and join us for a breakfast cooked by the MMHS coaches. Fresh Market in Spanish Fork is sponsoring the event and providing all the food. Tickets are $5 with the proceeds going to the athletic programs at MMHS.