See the MMHS Parent/Student Newsletter for 3-28-22 that is attached and below is the link to our Counseling Department's April Newsletter.
Please note that we will be on an alternate bell schedule this Friday, April 1st, for our MMHS Career Day Event (bell schedule included in the attached newsletter).
Also, there will be no school April 4-8 in celebration of Nebo's Spring Break.
Maple Mountain's SkillUSA competitors had a big night at the state competition March 25. The medalists are:
- Oliver Davis, Preston Johnson, and Mason Garrett placed 2nd for Welding Fabrication Team.
- Karter Barbakos placed 2nd for Extemporaneous Speech.
- Seth Christmas placed 1st for Auto Refinishing.
- Triston Jensen placed 1st for Photography.
- Ben Cornaby and Sam Berky were voted on as SkillsUSA State Officers.
Congratulate these students when you see them!
Congratulations to the Dance Company for a Superior rating at Dance Co Fest ‘22. Both MMDC (Dance Company) and MMDX (Dance Excel Company) students received superior scores for their choreography. Way to go Alyssa Walker, Ellie Hadfield, Kamae Lawrence, Liberty Williams, Kynslie Farr and Charley McCoy. A special congratulations to Elle Bullock and Oaklee Tingey for straight Superior Scores from all judges.
Where do you want to see yourself in five years? I want to be writing and drawing comic books.
What are your favorite hobbies? Taekwondo, drawing, and reading.
If you could have a conversation with anyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them? I would ask Michelangelo what he would make if he was an artist in the 21st century?
See the attached MMHS Parent/Student Newsletter that was sent out today and Below is the link to our counseling department's March Newsletter.
Please Note: Included in this newsletter is the Class Royale Assembly bell schedule (March 23rd), and the Career Day alternate bell schedule (April 1st).
Sheridan Liggett has been selected as a Maple Mountain Student Athlete "Prep of the Week" for her outstanding contributions as a member of the girls basketball team. Sheridan led her team to a 2nd place finish in region. She was 4th in the state in scoring with a 19.7 average while also being in the top 6 in free throw shooting. Sheridan was selected as a member of the Academic All State team in basketball and also as a member of the girls soccer team. Sheridan has been selected to participate in the 5A All Star game coming up soon. Next year she will be taking her basketball talents