Meet Darrell Wyatt

Submitted by ts on Fri, 09/11/2009 - 17:21
If it’s Health, Psychology, or AP Psychology, Mr. Darrell Wyatt covers them all! Darrell Wyatt is a fabulous social science teacher and committed cross country coach at our new Maple Mountain High School. Darrell has a beautiful wife, Camille, and a son, K.J. The most unusual job he ever had was working at Pretzeltime for four hours. He quit due to sheer boredom—Maple Mountain is anything but that! When asked what the hardest part of being a cross country coach is, he said, “It’s keeping the students motivated to attain their goals.” Mr.
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By Katie Jacobson and William Shelton, MMHS Student Writers

Bond, She’s the Bomb

Submitted by ts on Fri, 09/11/2009 - 17:19
Amy Bond is one of our fabulous counselors here at Maple Mountain High school. She is married and has two children who she loves very much. Mrs. Bond has been a counselor for a total of fourteen years and has lived in Mapleton her entire life. She graduated from Springville High School and went on to Utah Valley University and Utah State University. At UVU she was point guard on the basketball team and shortstop on the softball team. Wow! In college she admired her counselors which inspired her to pursue a career in counseling. Mrs.
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By: Cameron Spilker and Keaton Atkinson, MMHS Student Writers

Golden Eagles Varsity Football

Submitted by ts on Wed, 09/09/2009 - 15:46
Matt Pugh, Brennen Hyatt, and Chris Clark, varsity players at Maple Mountain high school commented on their work ethic, teamwork, and learning experiences. They also stated their opinion about what they like about being on the new football team here at our new school. Matt Pugh said, “We all get along very well coming from so many different schools. The team is learning to work together. It is exciting for us to set new traditions.” Matt plays center and has been playing football since 7th grade.
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By Crystal Murray and Shalice Henrie, MMHS Staff Writers

Profesor de Español Excelente

Submitted by ts on Wed, 09/09/2009 - 15:44
Having taught for 14 years, Mr. Tom Porter was ready for his next task--teaching at the new Maple Mountain High School. Needless to say, Mr. Porter is no newbie to teaching. He has taught at Springville Junior High and Spanish Fork High. Tom has taught a wide variety of subjects including science, ESL, Spanish, and English. Last year, before coming to Maple Mountain, Mr. Porter taught several Spanish classes at Spanish Fork High. Mr. Porter is married and has six children, ages 2 – 16. If he isn’t teaching, or preparing, he enjoys spending free time gardening and playing sports.
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By: Jacob Henry, MMHS Staff Writer

Kicking Off with a New Tradition

Submitted by ts on Wed, 09/09/2009 - 15:43
Our new school has a new football team and a new coach, Brad Burtenshaw. Brad is married and the father of three children. Brad began playing football at a young age. For four years at his home high school, he played receiver. Brad has been playing football for 12 years. This will be his 8th year coaching high school football and first year coaching the MMHS football team. Although we have lost the last two games, Brad Burtenshaw has high hopes. He believes the team has a lot of potential, but a lot of room to grow and learn from their mistakes.
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By Crystal Murray and Shalice Henrie, MMHS Staff Writers