Maple Mountain High School’s STEM Ambassadors club had another successful year. Having the opportunity to meet with students from Sierra Bonita and Mapleton Elementary schools, the STEM ambassadors taught principles of coding to all fifth grade students. This was done by teaching stage two of code.org. While some elementary students struggled, other students made it to stage three. Jared Martin said the following, “Throughout my high school career, this has been one of my favorite classes that I have taken. Most definitely my favorite part about this class has been teaching and connect
Jaimee Paletta has been selected as a "Prep of the Week" for her outstanding performance as a member of the girls track and field team. Jaimee set a school record in the discus with a throw of 129'10". Jaimee's throw ranks as one of the top throws in the state this year. Congratulations and good luck in your remaining meets!
The 2017-2018 school year was a great success for the DECA club at Maple Mountain High School. With monthly meetings, leadership conference, and 5 competitions throughout the year the students stayed busy. Leadership Conference was held in Salt Lake City. Students were addressed by an executive from Maverick.
Utah Prevention Day gives secondary schools around the state an opportunity to celebrate the prevention lessons that students have learned throughout the year. Teachers can review and reinforce those life skills taught before students leave for the summer. We want to protect our students from the dangers of drugs, under-age drinking, violence, crime and bullying.
the results of the German Language Competition last week. 40 MMHS students competed against 700 other German students across the state (32 other schools). All MMHS students who participated did great!
German 1 students swept!
Level 1 Interpersonal Speaking/Conversation:
1st Place, Distinguished Rating - Natalie Seiler
2nd Place, Distinguished Rating - Luke Anderson
3rd Place, Distinguished Rating - Rebecca Draut
German 2 students took it all too!
Issack Bahena just returned from the DECA Nationals Competition in Atlanta, Georgia. With competitors for every state, and from Mexico, Spain, Canada, China, and Japan, Issack performed very well and represented Maple Mountain High with pride. Issack was required to take one test and two role play competitions to advance to the final round. With around 200 students in his field, it was a difficult task to be in the top 20 for the final round. Issack was close to reaching the finals. If you see Issack, please tell him congratulations for making it to nationals!