SCHOOL NEWS

Nursing Internship at Mountain View Hospital

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By Kyrie Carpenter, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe

Brooke Hales, a senior at Maple Mountain High School, is currently interning as a nurse at Mountain View Hospital in Payson. She first became interested in this line of work because her mom is a nurse; however, she just also likes to help people, and nursing gives her the ability to do that. Brooke’s duties at the hospital are helping with whatever the nurses need to be done; this includes making baby hats, daddy c-section packs, ice packs, stocking clean linens, and I-V trays. 
 

LEARNING TO TEACH

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By Jessika Hilton, Golden Eagle Globe

In Miss Hasrell’s first grade class at East Meadows Elementary School, Megan Tietjen is obviously one of the tallest students in the room. As an intern, Tietjen learns how to teach first grade as an observer and helps out in whatever ways she can around the classroom.
 
“I’ve always around teachers and I enjoy being around little kids,” Tietjen said. “Teaching is also something I enjoy doing. I think this is an enjoyable line of work that lets you accomplish a lot because you are constantly helping kids learn.”
 

A BLOODY COOL INTERNSHIP

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By Jessika Hilton, Golden Eagle Globe

Because of her interest in the “blood and guts” of the medical field, senior Merika Olsen interns at the Mountain View Hospital emergency room. As an intern, Olsen stocks linens and other supplies, strips and remakes beds, retrieves certain things, and is even permitted to watch certain procedures.
 
“I love working in the emergency room,” says Olsen. “I love it when the days are really busy and there is a lot of action going on. I have gotten to see a lot of cool, bloody things, and even a dead body.”
 

Veterinarians Inspire Youth

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By Terence Wride, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe

“Every day is a cool experience,” said Camille Swan, an intern at Family Pet Hospital and The Rocky Mountain Large Animal Clinic where she observes and job shadows veterinary technicians. She has become interested in this line of work because she loves animals and is curious about the medical aspect of the work, especially surgeries. 

As part of her internship, Camille observes and lends a hand to the veterinary technicians at both sites. She restrains animals and also assists the doctors throughout the surgeries. She enjoys observing these surgeries very much. 

Golden Eagles Boys Track Claim Region Title; Girls take 3rd

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by Kyrie Carpenter, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe

Maple Mountain High School hosted their first regional track and field competition for Region VIII on May 5 and 6. Preparation and hard work throughout the season paid off for the athletes of this first year school as the boys claimed the region title and the girls took third.

Golden Eagle Sunset

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by Kyrie Carpenter, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe

Senior Sunset was held last Friday, May 7. Many seniors attended and enjoyed this evening reminiscing over the past year and looking forward to graduation in just a few short weeks.

Golden Eagles Tennis Place in Region Tournament

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By Cameron Spilker & Keaton Atkinson, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe; Photos by Nick H. Taylor

On May 4, 2010, the Maple Mountain boys tennis team performed well at the region tournament. The JV team was phenomenal and took 1st place over all. Calder Groberg, 1st JV singles, did an awesome job hitting his way to victory taking first place. The only freshman on the team Matt Chandler, 2nd JV singles,  took first with his consistent serve and ground stroke game. Nate Hawks, 3rd JV singles, also played very hard and well taking 2nd place. We had three doubles teams in the tournament; they all played to the best of their abilities. Cameron Spilker and Justin Beary, 1st JV doubles, had a

Tori Nielson – MMHS Prep of the Week

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By Andy Wyllie and Nick H. Taylor, Golden Eagle Globe

This week’s Maple Mountain Prep of the Week is softball star Tori Nielson.   She plays 3rd base for the varsity softball team.  As a junior she is one of the only upperclassmen to start varsity.   Tori considers herself as more of a power hitter; she hits 5th in the lineup.  

Tori says she likes softball because “it provides a challenge and is something she loves to do.”  

STATE FINALISTS COMPETE AT DECA INTERNATIONALS

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By Jessika Hilton, Golden Eagle Globe

Maple Mountain and Springville High schools attended the DECA International Competition the last week of April. Jessika Hilton, Maple Mountain Chapter President, brought home two national awards: Overall finalist in Restaurant and Food Service Management and top 10 role play score. Students who attended from Springville High were Chelsea Staple, Hotel and Lodging Management; Chelsie Murdock, Leadership Training; and Jerich McAfee and John Call; Financial Analysis Team Decision Making.

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