Congratulations to our FBLA club on their success at the Central Region Competition December 12th. It was an exceptional group effort that placed MMHS 4th overall while competing against 23 schools! They had the largest competing Chapter from Region 8 in attendance, and all students represented our school in the finest of fashions. Out of the 18 students competing, 12 placed. Listed below are the individuals/teams that placed in the top 5 of their specific competitions:
The MMHS Ellevés competed in their first competition of the season, The UVU Invitational Drill Team Competition, at UVU on Saturday, December 14. The Ellevés competed in the Hip Hop, Military, Dance, and Character categories. There were eleven schools competing in the 4A division.
The Ellevés won 2nd place in the Hip Hop category, 2nd place in the Dance category, 2nd place in the Character category and 4th place in the Military category. Overall, in the 4A division the Ellevés were ranked 2nd. The team was very excited and pleased with their success!
Liz Eaton was selected by Preps Magazine this week, along with 4 other girls basketball players from other schools, to compete for the first round of Preps Magazine Edge MVP award.
Preps Magazine Editor, Kurt Johnson, explains, "Each week, we select five candidates, alternating weeks between male and female athletes, as nominees as that week's athlete of the week. Voting will take place Monday through Sunday night on our website at PrepsMag.com and the winner will be announced Monday on our website when five new candidates will be announced for the next week.
Maple Mountain High School offers their poinsettias for sale. $8.00 for an 8" pot (these are bigger than the standard poinsettia). Available in the standard red color. Quantities are limited so please order as soon as possible. You can order by visiting www.maplemountainffa.com.
All proceeds help Maple Mountain greenhouse students do more projects.
Maple Mountain FFA gave a gift of love to the Festival of Trees held in Sandy Utah. This year the officers chose the theme of "We Wish You a Rustic Christmas." Two of the senior boys, Shadoe Holm and Decker Nielson, designed and created the tree completely out of horse shoes. It took 200 horseshoes and 15 man hours to complete. The tree was simply decorated by the rest of the officer team with lights and garland. Burlap boxes were created to be put with the tree.
MMHS is proud to announce the November Students of the Month!
Sophomore Kristi Reategui’s favorite quote is, “I am in competition with no one. I run my own race. I have no desire to play the game of being better than anyone, in any way, shape, or form. I just aim to improve, to be better than I was before. That’s me and I’m free.” In five years, Kristi sees herself in the Olympics.