Maple Mountain High School is proud to announce the November students of the month!
Sophomore Katelyn Mitchell’s favorite quote is, “If a task is once begun, never leave it till it’s done. Be the labor great or small, do it well or not at all.” In five years, she sees herself returned from an LDS mission and then at college.
Congratulations to our FBLA club on their success at the Herriman Invitational November 7th. It was an exceptional group effort that placed MMHS at the top while competing against 150 students! Each member represented our school in the finest of fashions. Out of the 9 students competing, each placed in the top 3, and together they brought home a total of 31 medals! Listed below are the individuals/teams that placed in the top 3 of their specific competitions:
Three members of the Maple Mountain High School Drill Team were nominated to compete for the 4A All-State Drill Team. Brandi Gessel, daughter of Shannon and Greg Gessel, Haylie Nelson, daughter of Tara and Bob Nelson, and Jourdyn Reid, daughter of Kristina and Dallas Reid were chosen to represent Maple Mountain at the 4A All-State Drill Team Auditions. There were over 60 girls who auditioned for 20 spots on the all-state team. Brandi and Jourdyn were selected to the team.
Our DECA club competed in the Snow College Invitational on November 5, 2014. Our club performed very well. Katie Murray and Bethany Irwin placed 3rd place in the Business Law and Ethics event, and Duncan Beutler and Haley Andrew finished 2nd in the Business Law and Ethics event. Congratulations to them and the entire club!