Tyler Lewis nominated Maya Buck as a CTE Outstanding Senior from his photography classes. Mr. Lewis said, "Maya constantly experiments and tries new things with photography and editing, not just for assignments but for her own curiosity and growth. Because of this, she is an incredible photographer!"
Where do you want to see yourself in five years? In college, working on a degree, hopefully in engineering. Maybe, writing a book. Hopeful, still spending time with my friends.
What are your favorite hobbies? Playing LaCrosse, listening to music, sketching, hanging with my friends. Classic video games makes the list too.
Jessica Knotts nominated Brynn Kilpatrick as a CTE Outstanding Senior from her Interior Design and Teaching as a Profession classes. Mrs. Knotts said, "If you're ever looking for Brynn, chances are that you will find her in the FCS classrooms! Brynn has taken most every Family and Consumer Sciences class there is! Brynn is an extremely dedicated student, and future teacher. She is always looking for ways to be helpful to all around her. Brynn is an amazing student! She excels in all class work. Brynn has been a member and officer of FCCLA for alll of her high school years.
Jen Gardner nominated Mackenzie Tinham from her Floriculture class as a CTE Oustanding Senior. Mrs. Gardner said, "Mackenzie has been enrolled in the floriculture classes and involved in the Maple Mountain FFA program for the last three years. She has developed quite a skill for flower arranging and can always be counted on to produce beautiful arrangements. She often goes above and beyond to fix arrangements, help others and still create multiple flower arrangements during a class period. She is always willing to help and is kind to everyone in her path.
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!"
Maple Mountain High School Boys Tennis tryouts are taking place Monday, March 1st thru Friday, March 5th. Tryouts will be held each day on the MMHS tennis courts from 3:00pm-5:00pm daily. (In case of unplayable weather conditions, on a day-by-day basis, we will move tryouts to 5:00pm-7:00pm at the Spanish Fork City indoor courts.) Students who are planning to tryout must register at registermyathlete.com and have a 2020-2021 school year physical completed.
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!"
MMHS's next test-to-play day is Monday, February 22nd, 2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
A couple things to be aware of as we test:
I need every participant to show up on time and to have completed the survey ahead of time. We are testing roughly many people, and if even a few people are behind or have to fill out the survey on the spot, it will throw our schedule off. Just to give you an idea of how this works - We are trying to test 50 participants every 15 minutes. If we are not a well-oiled machine, we will easily get behind.
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.