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Our Science Olympiad team competed at regionals this weekend, hosted at Snow College. We competed against the top science magnet schools in the state and successfully defended last year's title. The team took top 3 in 18 of 23 events, took first place in 14 of the events, and won first place overall. It is one of, if not the best, regional performances in school history. The team is now preparing for the state competition which will be on March 28th at the University of Utah
Here are the individual results from the tournament:
MMHS Dance Company, Dance Excel, and Urban Dance present the first Dancing with the Maple Mountain Stars. Come se your favorite teachers perform as they compete for the title of "Maple Mountain Star!"
It will be February 28 at 6 pm in the auditorium. Tickets cost $2.
Julia Hart, a sophomore at Maple Mountain High School, has been in love with the fine arts for as long as she can remember. She finds inspiration in just about every art form there is, whether it’s acting, singing, drawing or animating.
She loves art so much that she doesn’t even have a favorite artist.
“I just love everything,” Hart said.
Maple Mountain High FCCLA was represented so well at the Region 4 FCCLA competition! 25 of our Golden Eagles attended, with 22 of them competing in various projects relating to Family and Consumer Sciences Education. Projects included Fashion Construction, Event Management, Hospitality, Chapter in Review, Baking and Pastry, Job Interview, and more!
Grace Poulsen has been selected as a "Prep Of The Week." Grace is a senior, three-year member of the drill team. She is the President/Captain this year. Grace recently made the 5A All State Drill Team. Each 5A drill team sent three girls to the auditions and then 21 girls made the final cut. Grace was also selected as a "Top Corp" winner at Epic Dance/Drill Camp this past summer. There are only 5 dancers selected from the camp. Congratulations Grace!
The Utah Shakespeare Festival Touring Company will be performing Romeo and Juliet Monday evening, March 16, 2020, 7 p.m. at Springville High School. This performance is free to the public. All ninth-graders are studying Romeo and Juliet in their English classes this year.
Since 1986, Kids Who Count has provided Early Intervention services to families of young children residing in the Nebo School District boundaries. We’ve helped thousands of families and children and we can help you. If you are concerned about your baby or toddler’s development or had a medical professional talk to you about some milestones your child hasn’t yet reached, you may be eligible for early intervention services. The purpose of Early Intervention is to enhance early growth and development in infants and toddlers under three, who have developmental delays or disabilities.