Mrs. Miner has always made herself accessible throughout all my high school years. She’s happy and kind; I’ve never seen her without a smile on her face. She is so willing to help and answer questions. During my junior year, I changed my mind multiple times about what I was going to do my senior year. I looked into a lot of different options such as MATC (where I could get my nail technician degree) or an internship (to give me a feel for a future career). I went to Mrs.
On November 5, 2013 the Maple Mountain DECA club attended the Snow College Invitational. Maple Mountain was represented very well with the following students who placed in their respected fields: Business Law and Ethics Event second place was Chandler Schramm and Bethany Irwin, while Brayden Jackman and Duncan Beutler took third; Scott Johnson finished in the top 5 for Quick Serve Restaurant Event.
We would like to congratulate these students with their success!
Looking for a centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table? The Maple Mountain Floral and Greenhouse classes would like to help. We will be selling Thanksgiving arrangements for $15.00. The proceeds go to help the greenhouse program. Arrangements will be available for pickup on Tuesday November 26. Orders need to be placed by November 20. For more information including how to order please visit www.maplemountainffa.com
Come dance with the Maple Mountain Dance Company! Learn a dance to perform at a Christmas Dance Concert on December 5th.
Register Monday, November 25
Cost $25 (includes a t-shirt)
4-5pm in MMHS Dance Studio
Clinic: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 4-5pm on Dec 2-4
Concert: Thursday, December 5 at 7pm in the MMHS auditorium (Admission is free for participants and their families)
Three members of the Maple Mountain High School Drill Team were named to the 4A All-State Drill Team. Madeline Froerer, daughter of Heather and Fritz Froerer, Laney Melton, daughter of Aaron and Tanya Melton, and Jamie Topham, daughter of Michelle and Greg Topham were chosen to represent Maple Mountain at the 4A All-State Drill Team Auditions. There were 54 girls who auditioned for 20 spots on the all-state team.
Every year the Maple Mountain Dance Company has the opportunity to travel to Cedar City and compete at the Shakespeare Festival. Dancers and actors from different schools all over Utah gather as they take classes and compete in various categories. This year the dance team took an ensemble and duet piece to be adjudicated.