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MMHS's next test-to-play day is Monday, March 22th, starting at 2:00pm.
A couple things to be aware of as we test:
We are scheduling you to come in teams to test. DO NOT show up at a time different than your team time. We are getting a giant line in the hallway and this is counterproductive to all we are trying to do to social distance in order save our seasons!
Testing will happen in the cafeteria at MMHS. You will enter through the entrance in the commons, and then you will exit out the doors to the parking lot, so we have one-way flow.
Did you know that "nearly 45% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims survived when bystander CPR was administered?" (American Heart Association) Students in Ms. Prusak's Emergency Medical Responder class have been working hard this semester towards becoming certified in CPR and first aid through the American Red Cross. We're excited that they are learning these life-saving skills!
We had another tough tournament on Saturday for the Science Olympiad! This time we competed with teams from all over the US including Wisconsin, Michigan, Hawaii, Riverton UT, Kentucky, California, Oregon, Washington, Indiana.
Josie Reynaud nominated Hayden Schnell from her Business/Marketing classes as a CTE Outstanding Senior. Mrs. Reynaud said, "I had the privilege of having Hayden as a student in my Entrepreneurship class. He is one of those rare students who completes every assignment on time and to perfection. Hayden won the Entrepreneurial Shark Tank competition in his class period. He is full of energy, treats everyone with respect, and is just super fun to be around. I feel so lucky to have had the privilege of being his teacher!"
Cassie Reese nominated Kimi Lau from her Medical Anatomy and Physiology classes as a CTE Outstanding Senior. Mrs. Reese said, "Kimi is an absolute delight to have in class. She just radiates happiness when she is in room. She is an extremely hard worker and really stays on top of her grades. She is a great communicator and does stellar work on every assignment. Kimi is a very talented artist, which has nothing to do with anatomy but the work she turns in and the art I have seen shows her dedication in everything she does.
Mark Roberts nominated Andrew Jackson from his Furniture Design classes as a CTE Outstanding Senior. Mr. Roberts said, "Andrew is a 3rd year student in my woodshop classes and has always stood out with quality work and good work ethic. He always comes in with a smile and a great attitude. It has been a pleasure to have Andrew in my classes."
Assistant principals Jeff “Whites” Nelson and Terry Krieger-James accepted the 2021 Concurrent Enrollment Completion Award from UVU on behalf of our concurrent enrollment program. Maple Mountain High School had the highest number of students who completed their college general education certificate (based on data from the class of 2020.) Thank you to all of our teachers for all they do to help our students succeed in their college-level classes!
Our FBLA students recently competed at state, and here is the list of students who made TOP TEN!
Entrepreneurship Team: 7th place -- Anton Meyer & Austin Willson
Marketing Team: 9th place -- Hunter Dustin, Hudson Roney & Austin Willson
Introduction to Business: 8th place -- Austin Willson & 6th place -- Gavin Murray
If you see these students, give them a high 5! They've done a great job.