Our welding seniors crushed it at the welding competition in Logan yesterday. There were over 100 students from all over the state, even from Idaho and Wyoming.
All 5 of our students placed in the top 20.
Tosh Davis - 17th
McCade Lee -11th (missed 10th by 1 point)
Jace Baird - 8th
Tyler Christmas - 4th
Ben Warnick - 2nd
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Tyler Lewis teaches Digital Photography 1, Advanced Commercial Photography 2, AP Photography, and Yearbook. This is his sixth year teaching at Maple Mountain High School. He graduated from BYU with a bachelors and masters degree in Technology & Engineering Education. Photography is a relatively new hobby for Mr. Lewis after switching from graphic design and video editing, but he now has his own photography business that keeps him busy in the evenings, weekends, and summers. In his spare time, you can find Mr.
Maple Mountain ProStart is advancing to the state competition! They placed 4th in Central Regionals on Thursday, February 23. And in case you don't know what ProStart is, it is a nationwide, two-year high school program that unites the classroom and industry to develop the best and brightest talent into tomorrow’s restaurant and foodservice leaders.
Molly Brenchley teaches business and dance classes as well as coach the drill team at Maple Mountain High School. She has taught at MMHS since it opened. Previously she taught at Payson High School.
The CTE classes that Mrs. Brenchley teaches have varied over the years from Computer Tech 1 and 2 to Business Communication 1 and 2. Currently she is teaching Exploring Computer Science. In addition to teaching CTE classes, Mrs. Brenchley teaches Dance 1, Dance 2, Social Dance 1, and Social Dance 2. She is also the coach of the Ellevés Drill Team.
Jen Gardner graduated from Utah State University (Go AGGIES!) with her degree in Agricultural Education. She is on her second year of teaching and is loving it. She teaches Animal Science, Floriculture and Greenhouse Management, Natural Resources and Ag Biology. She loves all animals but especially loves all things hog related. She loves teaching hands-on classes that give kids real applications of the world around them. She strives to teach skills that will help students be better prepared to be self sufficient in their lives if the need arises.
Mr. Spainhower graduated from UVU in 2013 with a degree in Business/Marketing Education. Also in 2013, he began his teaching and baseball coaching career at Maple Mountain High School and is thrilled to be a Golden Eagle. Coach Spainhower currently teaches Entrepreneurship, Sports & Entertainment Marketing, Retailing, Accounting I, Accounting II, Business Communication I, Business Communication II, and when he’s lucky, Financial Literacy! Mr. Spainhower is also the FBLA Adviser and enjoys competing with his club members.
Jessica Knotts started her career at Maple Mountain as a student teacher and then was hired upon completing her student teaching. She has taught Interior Design 1 and 2, Foods 1, Adult Roles & Financial Literacy, Child Development, and Fashion Strategies. She is the FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) Adviser for our school, which is one of her many favorite parts of teaching! If she's not at school, she's probably sewing, finding a good shopping deal, baking, or spending time with her husband and family.