February 2017

CTE Teacher Highlight - Jessica Knotts

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Jessica Knotts started her career at Maple Mountain as a student teacher and then was hired upon completing her student teaching. She has taught Interior Design 1 and 2, Foods 1, Adult Roles & Financial Literacy, Child Development, and Fashion Strategies. She is the FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) Adviser for our school, which is one of her many favorite parts of teaching! If she's not at school, she's probably sewing, finding a good shopping deal, baking, or spending time with her husband and family. 

CTE Teacher Highlight - Jared Massic

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Jared Massic teaches Welding Technician Entry Level, Intermediate Level and Advanced Level. He is also the SkillsUSA Co-Adviser and has been at MMHS since it opened in 2009. Mr. Massic's welding fabrication team won 1st place in the state the last 4 years and 3rd in the Nation the last 2 years.

CTE Teacher Highlight - Kathryn Crandall

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This is Kathryn Crandall's 25th year teaching and claims to teach the fun classes! Those classes are: Apparel and Design Production I & II (used to be called Clothing I & II), Child Development, Early Childhood Ed I & II (preschool), Fashion Design Studio (called Fashion Strategies this year but changing next year), and Textile Design Entrepreneurship. She's also hoping to add Sports and Outdoor Product Design.

CTE Teacher Highlight - Robyn Dunn

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Robyn Dunn started her teaching career 19 years ago. She was a teacher in the Business Department at SFHS and switched to Work-based Learning and internships 8 years ago when she joined the faculty at MMHS. She is also over career pathways and concurrent enrollment for our school. In her spare time you'll find her chauffeuring her kids, watching a ball game of some sort, reading a book or quilting.

Dance Company Showcase

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Come see the dance companies from MMHS, SHS, SFHS, SHHS, and PHS perform on February 8 at 7 pm. The showcase will be held in the MMHS auditorium. General admission is $6, student admission is $5, and a family pass is $20.

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