Robyn Dunn nominated Allison Pederson from her CTE Internship students. Mrs. Dunn said, "Allison was such a fun student to have in my class and she did a great job in her internships at Mapleton Elementary and Diamond Fork Junior High! Allison is a hard worker and always came to class with a friendly attitude and a smile. I hope she follows her dream of becoming a teacher because I know she will be a fantastic teacher!"
Savannah Davies nominated Spencer Cook from her Foods and Nutrition classes. Ms. Davis said, "Spencer is a hard worker and always willing to go the extra mile. I have loved seeing him engage in labs. Spencer is enthusiastic about cooking and that makes teaching very fun!"
From all of her students in her sewing classes, Kathryn Crandall nominated Kristi Mendenhall. Mrs. Crandalls said, "Kristi has been involved in sewing since she was in Junior High. She has been a winner on several levels each year at the Make it With Wool competition. Kristi is often seen teaching other students around her a specific sewing skill. She is extremely helpful and shares her knowledge and passion for sewing. Kristi Mendenhall also is a member, chapter officer, and the State FCCLA President! I am so proud of her and appreciate her service.
Molly Brenchley nominated Aubrynn Hall from herDigital Business Applications class. Mrs. Brenchley said, "Aubrynn was a great student in my Digital Business Applications class. She was always on task and completed each assignment on time. She was also helpful to other students and I really enjoyed having her as a student in class. Aubrynn was positive towards the other students in class and very respectful to me, which I really appreciated this year!"
Abigail Archibald is in Ms. Branch's Animal Science Class. Ms. Branch said, "Abi is one of the hardest working students I have had the privilege of having in class. She is kind and so respectful to others. Abi asks good questions and wants to understand the material being taught, and that's something I love! Abi is going to do some amazing things in life because of her drive and dedication, and I can't wait to see where it takes her!"
Officer Kurt Ballantyne selected Peyton Moosman as a CTE Outstanding Senior of the year for his Law Enforcement class. Officer Ballantyne said, "Peyton was an excellent student in class, completed an internship with Santaquin Police Department, and has passion for criminal justice. He is very deserving of this recognition."
We are excited to announce that two Maple Mountain photography students, Andy Randquist and Sydney Barney, are finalists for the Fifth Annual Concurrent Enrollment Student Art Show! UVU had over 130 entries this year, and the jurors had a difficult time narrowing down the finalists. It is exciting to see the creative talent of our students. The show will run May 6-14 at UVU Fulton Library 3rd Floor Gallery, and we would like to extend the invite to you to visit the gallery!
Mr Marvin's Business Law Class held their first Mock Trials. We would like to thank Mr. Bradshaw for being the judge and Mr. Whites for being a jury member. It was a great first year for the business law classes, and we look forward to many more to come!
District wide,a 13 students from all 5 high schools represented Nebo extremely well! These students first competed in a variety of projects starting at the region level, then advancing to state competitions, where they then qualified for nationals.