Where do you want to see yourself in five years? College, with my woman,What are your favorite hobbies? Rock Climbing, PotteryIf you could have a conversation with anyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them? George Washington to ask him to come and fix this darn country.
Our jazz band participated at the State Jazz Festival on Friday, March 25th, receiving very high ratings from all 4 judges, including 3 superior ratings ("I," "I-,""II," and also a "I" from the sightreading judge). We also had two students receive "Outstanding Soloist" citations: Anton Kadomtsev & Chris Wyllie. Congrats to our jazz band students, as these are the highest ratings that MMHS has ever received at the state level.
The MMHS Dance Company performed at the Dance Company Festival and Adjudication in March. Seven of the eight pieces performed received straight SUPERIOR scores! Alexa Knutzen's choreography received the Judge's Choice Award. Please congratulate all of the talented dancers for their incredible performances.
Tiffany Asay, Faith Taylor, Shaelynn Duncan, Addie Black, Alexa Knutzen, Emily Bates, Cassandra Chambers, and McKenna Briggs all choreographed this year. Way to go MMDC!
Taylor Lamont is nominated in the category of High School Male Athlete of the Year for the 5th Annual Governor’s State of Sport Awards. Show your Golden Eagle spirit and vote now at www.stateofsportawards.com
The Maple Mountain High School Ellevés recently returned from a performance tour to Orlando, Florida. The Ellevés performed on the Waterside Stage in Disney Springs at Disney World. The performance was a non-stop 20 minute show with a variety of jazz and hip hop routines. The team drew a large crowd for their performance. Following the performance, the Ellevés were presented with a gold Mickey Mouse trophy from Disney World for their crowd-pleasing performance!
14 of our FCCLA students competed in STAR Event projects this last week. Those students are bringing 5 gold, 7 silver, and 2 bronze medals back to Maple Mountain, and 6 of our students qualified for nationals this summmer! MaKayla Yates and Ashley Chidester were both awarded $1,000 scholarships to be future FACS teachers.
Caroline Hickey -- Vocal Performance
School: Maple Mountain High School
Parents: Emily Hickey and John Hickey
"I get great joy from teaching others and plan to teach vocal performance to my future children and others in the community. I also find that when I teach and share with others, I learn from those I teach. Just as Disney puts it wonderfully in the song 'Son of Man,' 'In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.'