July 2023

MMHS MIni Cheer Clinic

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MMHS Mini Cheer Clinic

Clinic Dates in MMHS Main Gym

August 2nd 9-11am

August 3rd 9-11am

For all ages 3-15

Cost $50 before July 21, $55 after

Includes a t-shirt and a bow!

All participants will perform a routine at the Maroon & Gold Scrimmage Game during halftime on August 5th! Game starts at 6pm

Maple Mountain Golf Team Tryouts

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Monday, July 31st - 4 pm (9 Holes) 

Tuesday, August 1st - 9:30 am (18 Holes) 

  • All participants must be signed up at RegisterMyAthlete.com. This registration must be completed before July 31st 
  • Students are responsible for their own greens fees 
  • No caddies, carts, or parents allowed on the course during tryouts 

MMHS at FBLA Nationals

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Three of our FBLA students competed at the national level last week in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Keslee Van Orman and Parker Thalman competed in Job Interview and Introduction to Information Technology. Although they did not make the top 10, we are extremely proud of their hard work and dedication.

Sadie Wheeler took 5th place overall in Introduction to Public Speaking! Her final speech was done in front of four judges and a live audience of advisers and FBLA contestants, no pressure! It was very exciting to see her on stage being recognized for her efforts!

MMHS Jr Drill

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MMHS Junior Drill 

July 18, 19, & 20 from 10:00 a.m, to 11:00 a.m. in MMHS Main Gym.

Jr Drill

Ages 3-15

Boys Hip Hop Class

Ages 5-10

Cost $35 - includes a t-shirt

All participants will perform a routine showcase on the last day of camp at 11:00 a.m. 

See flyer for more information.

Questions? Email molly.brenchley [at] nebo.edu

MMHS Skills USA Nationals Welding

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MMHS has 5 National medalists in welding.

Graduated senior Ben Cornaby won 1st place in individual welding of almost 50 competitors. He's now going to put himself in competition for the single spot for world skills. Over the next 6 months he'll compete again to try and be selected for the USA team in France September of 2024.

Juniors Jaxon Archibald, Walter Rose and Josh Jackson won 1st place in welding fabrication of almost 50 competitors. They will try and make a repeat next year.