SCHOOL NEWS

MMHS Welding Students Grab National Gold

Congratulations to Jared Massic and his Welding Team.  These young men won first place among over 100 state winners across the nation competing for national awards in Louisville Kentucky.  Tosh Davis, Ben Warnick and Tyler Christmas built their own project and had the highest team score on a 100-question written test.  They were recognized by the Spanish Fork City council this week and honored with a fire truck ride down Main Street.  Well done to Mr. Massic and his team!

5th Annual Welding Fix It Saturday

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Story by Jared Massic.

Maple Mountain High School SkillsUSA club needs your help to send its Welding Fabrication Team back to Louisville, KY for the national competition for the 5th year in a row. On March 24th, we took first place at the state level and were invited to compete among the top competitors in the country. In hopes to help with this cost, we would like to invite you to sign up and bring in anything you need to have repaired or re-welded or have a small project built. If you provide the material to fix your project, we will weld it back together for you.

May Students of the Month

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MMHS is proud to present the students of the month for May!

Andrew Letzerich
What are your favorite hobbies?  Motorcycle riding, welding, and being outdoors.

If you could have a conversation witha nyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them?  Anyone of my ancestors and ask :"what I can do to make them proud?"

Lauren Machen
Where do you want to see yourself in five years?  Graduating college. 

All students shine at Nebo School District's Super Stars track event

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Story by Shelby Slade and found on heraldextra.com

Story and photos found here.
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Each student that competed in and crossed the finish line at Thursday’s track meet at Spanish Fork’s Maple Mountain High School was immediately given a medal while their teachers, family and friends cheered them on.

“I got first place!” one student said running up to someone on the sideline with his medal outstretched after competing in the 50 meter dash.

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