SCHOOL NEWS

Social Media Parent Night - Dr. Christy Kane

Social Media Parent Night - Dr. Christy Kane

Golden Eagle Parents,

You are invited to a Parent Night presentation with Dr. Christy Kane. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from Dr. Kane, who is responsible for much of the research regarding screen time and social media.

"Teens spend an average of 6.5 hours per day on electronics. One in four teens spend more time socializing online than in person."

Prep of the Week - Mallory McKell

Attributions: 
Story by David Boyack. Photo by Tyler Lewis.
Prep of the Week - Mallory McKell

Mallory McKell has been selected as this week's Maple Mountain Student Athlete "Prep of the Week." Mallory just helped the girls swim team to a strong finish at the UHSAA State swim championships where she competed in two events: 200 free relay and 400 free relay. Both relays placed in the finals. Mallory is also an outstanding student with a cumulative GPA of 3.99. Congratulation on a great season and good luck with your future endeavors!

MMHS Winter Play Production of The Three Musketeers

Attributions: 
Story by Bradley Moss.
MMHS Winter Play Production of The Three Musketeers

The MMHS Theatre Department is getting ready for their winter play, The Three Musketeers.  The play, a new adaptation of the classic novel by Alexander Dumas, centers on d'Artagnan (Anton Moss) and his sister, Sabine, (Cassidy Christensen) as they venture from their small country village to Paris.  Once there, they discover that the King and Queen (Jacob Richey and Lexi Rogers) are in conflict with Cardinal Richelieu (Riley Matsuoka).  The Cardinal turns to the evil Milady de Winter (Ashlynn Rober) in his quest to rule the country.  D'artagnan and Sabine join forces with the legend

Student Art

Attributions: 
Story and photos by Jethro Gillespie.
Parker Farnworth (teapot)

3 of our students got their artworks into the Springville Museum this year. Go check out the museum to see the art from students across the state.

Students are:
1- Parker Farnworth (teapot)
2- Denver Christopherson (painting of mother and baby)
3- Kaitlyn Laing (embroidery hoops)

The Three Musketeers

Attributions: 
Story by Bradley Moss.
The Three Musketeers

The MMHS Theatre Department is getting ready for their winter play, The Three Musketeers.  The play, a new adaptation of the classic novel by Alexander Dumas, centers on d'Artagnan (Anton Moss) and his sister, Sabine, (Cassidy Christensen) as they venture from their small country village to Paris.  Once there, they discover that the King and Queen (Jacob Richey and Lexi Rogers) are in conflict with Cardinal Richelieu (Riley Matsuoka).  The Cardinal turns to the evil Milady de Winter (Ashlynn Rober) in his quest to rule the country.  D'artagnan and Sabine join forces with the legend

Science Olympiad Nebo Results

Attributions: 
Story and photo by Kyle Miller.
 Science Olympiad Nebo Results

The Science Olympiad team competed this weekend at the 3rd Annual NEBO Invitational, hosted this year at Maple Mountain High School.  Eighteen teams from across the state came to compete. Our school fielded two teams of 15 students, and in a very close match we took second and third place overall.  Of the 23 different events, our teams took home medals in 21! Please congratulate the following students on their excellent performance. Go Eagles!

1st Place

Anatomy

Josephine Schmidt

Kali York

 

Ellevés Take 2nd at State 5A Drill Competition

Attributions: 
Story and photos by Molly Brenchley.
2nd in State 5A

On Tuesday, January 29, 2019, the MMHS Ellevés competed in the State 5A Semifinals Drill Team Competition held at UVU.  Teams were placed in “pods” of four based on their placement from region competition. Two teams from each pod advanced to the finals.  The Ellevés were one of the two teams who advanced to the finals from their pod.

On Saturday, February 2, 2019, the Ellevés competed in the finals and placed 3rd in the military category, 3rd in the dance category, and 4th in the kick category.  Overall Maple Mountain placed 2nd.  There were nine 5A schools competing.

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