We would like to congratulate the Family Career Community Leaders of America chapter at MMHS for their great achievements at state last week. Micah Hilton, who competed in Recycle Redesign, received a silver medal. Janna Allred as well as Sabrina Wasden competed in Fashion Construction and both received silver medals. Courtney Eckhardt competed in job interview and received silver. Becca Bair competed in life event planning and received a gold. Ashley Chidester and Shalese Black, who competed in life event planning, received gold and placed 1st in State!
The MMHS Dance Company will present its 5th annual spring concert entitled "Dance Company in Concert" on Thursday andFriday evenings starting at 7:00pm, April 3 and 4th in the MMHS Auditorium. Original works by MMDC members will be presented along with performances by the MMHS Dance Sterling Scholar, Dance 2 class, and the Social Dance 2 class. Please come out and support MMHS Fine Arts.
The Dance Company will also represent MMHS at the Dance Company Festival and Adjudication on April 2nd at 7:00 pm as they perform in the gala at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo.
Sophomore Mekinzie Meeks’s favorite quote is, “The Lord is in the details of our lives.” – President Thomas S Monson. This is one of her favorite quotes because she has seen it in her life, and she is grateful that her Heavenly Father and Jesus give her those tender mercies. In five years, she sees herself returned from serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, attending a university working towards a degree in English, and quite possibly engaged.
Bryson Van Tassell has been selected as this week's "Prep of the Week" for Maple Mountain High School. Bryson has been a big reason why the Golden Eagle baseball team is off to a great start. His bat and glove helped the team to recently win back-to-back team championships at Deseret Hills and Snow Canyon Invitational Baseball Tournaments in St. George. Congratulations Bryson and good luck to you and the team the rest of the year!
On March 15, 2014 the Maple Mountain High School "Eaglebots" soared into second place at the FIRST Robotics Regional! They and the other two teams on their alliance came close to qualifying for nationals. There were 48 teams competing at this event including teams from nine U.S. states and one team from Canada.
MMHS DECA club competed in the 2014 state competition. Some of the team members placed in state. They are as follow: Curtis Blair placed 11th in state, Brayden Jackman and Duncan Beutler placed 9th in state, and Bethany Irwin and Chandler Schramm placed 5th in state.
Mr. Marvin would like to thank all those who participated in the DECA club to make it a great year, especially the seniors: Brayden Jackman, Curtis Blair, Scott Johnson, Gustav Kriel, Anthony Carter, and Jonah Thayne.