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  • MMHS Eagle HighFlights

    April 22, 2019

    *MMHS Students of the Month for April: We would like to congratulate and recognize the following outstanding students for being selected as MMHS Students of the Month for April, by our Science Department.

     Sophomores: Heather Ells & Landon Rencher

     Juniors: Hannah Orgill & Cade Parkinson

     Seniors: Isabella Frasche & Gideon Hale

    MMHS WELDING COMPETE AT SkillsUSA WOW! Well it has taken a long time to get some of these results. But regardless of when it happened I want to congratulate all of our state SkillsUSA competitors.

    Zachary Evans Cabinetmaking 15th

    Michael Workman Carpentry 8th Place

    Daniel Whyte Digital Cinema Production 3rd Place

    Michael Wirthlin Digital Cinema Production Team

    Gavin James Dribnak First Aid-CPR 9th

    Kagen Nelson Photography 1st Place

    Megan Weight Photography 3rd Place

    Hampton Albert Bassett Quiz Bowl 8th

    James Brophy Quiz Bowl Team

    Condie Crandall Quiz Bowl Team

    Brayden DeMarco Quiz Bowl Team

    Dylan Golding Quiz Bowl Team

    Nathan Wright Welding 3rd Place

    Sam Christmas Welding Fabrication 1st Place

    Ladd Davis Welding Fabrication Team

    C. Wyatt Justensen Welding Fabrication Team

    Milla Hancock Welding Sculpture 7th

  • CTE PATHWAY HONOR CORDS Applications for the CTE pathway honor cords are due April 26. Applications can be found in Mrs. Dunn's office, C100, or online at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pGXouqGRzoxIwkmdWCBrh0VItHjpEamFyRetFH4CrJE/edit

    MMHS JOB FAIR Wednesday, April 24 we will be hosting a job fair during lunch in the hallways by the library and counseling office. Over 15 employers will be here looking for student employees and seniors who are graduating. If your student is looking for a summer job, make sure they come prepared to speak to employers on Wednesday! In addition to these employers, we will have representatives from UVU, MTECH, ALC, cosmetology schools and the military here to talk to students. MMHS Spring Dance Concert The Maple Mountain Fine Arts Department is proud to present the 10th Annual Spring Dance Concert entitled "A DECADE OF DANCE Artistry in Movement". This concert will feature student choreography by both Dance Company and Dance Excel Members in addition to guest choreographers' Chelsea Budge, Alexa Knutzen, and Elise Barney. We have invited the alumni Dance Company also to perform in this special concert celebrating 10 years of dance excellence here at the Mountain. The newly selected MMDC team for 2019-2020 will also perform in addition to Dance 3, Social Dance 2, and the Dance 2 classes. Please come out and enjoy this landmark performance. MMHS Fine Arts are known for high caliber concerts and this will be no exception. We hope you can join us. General Admission $7, Student Admission $5, Family Admission $30. MMHS Welding Maple Mountain High school Welding Class is hosting its annual Fix it Saturday MAY 11th! The welding fabrication team won their 7th consecutive State Championship for SkillsUSA. The money raised here will help the team get back to the National contest in Lousiville, KY in June. On Previous Fix It days we have repaired or rebuilt trailers, sporting equipment, yard tools, Fire pits, gates, plus more. Anything that's metal we can try to help you from throwing it away. We have even built small projects that day. Let your friends and neighbors know about it. They pay for the metal and donate what they can. The shop will be closing down for the summer after this for clean up and new paint. Email [email protected] to set up a time or consultation on your project needs. SPORTS PHYSICALS I can't believe that we are almost finished with another great year. I am already looking ahead to the 2019-20 seasons and summer camps. As a reminder that to participate in a sport at MMHS at any time during the 2019- 20 school year, your physical has to be dated on or after April 15, 2019 and will be valid unit Jul 15, 2020. If you are participating in a summer camp including scouting you are required to have a physical. We are hosting an evening for pre-participation physicals. It will be here at Maple Mountain High School on Wednesday, May 29th, from 5:00-6:30 pm on campus in the athletes commons and gym (Physicians will be in attendance for these exams). This is for anyone who needs a physical for participation in athletics (including try-outs) or can be done for other things such as scout camps etc. The cost is $20.00 cash or check. These funds are a fundraiser for our sports medicine budget and helps us purchase necessary items to care for our athletes. Paperwork can be completed ahead of time and is available online at: registermyathlete.com or can be filled out at the time of the physical. If you want to also get the scouting forms fill out please bring a copy of that also. All athletes need to register on Register My Athlete to try-out for a sport. If you have any questions, please

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pGXouqGRzoxIwkmdWCBrh0VItHjpEamFyRetFH4CrJE/edit mailto:[email protected] http://registermyathlete.com/

  • contact me, Krista Prusak, the Athletic Trainer. You may contact Krista at: [email protected] or 801- 310-9987. Respectfully, Krista

    ATTENDANCE INFORMATION Parents -- Please be reminded that parents can only excuse 1st and 3rd period tardies. Tardies between classes cannot be excused. Parents can only excuse a total of five tardies per term. Also, please understand that if your student is marked absent or tardy by

    mistake, they need to visit with the teacher to have it removed or changed. The attendance office cannot remove or change an attendance mark a teacher gives a student, only the

    teacher can do that. The attendance office can only excuse an absence but cannot change or remove an absence. As always, please contact Mrs. Davis in our attendance office if you have questions or concerns.

    Golden Eagle Fans:

    For all things athletics, make sure you are checking out MMHSGoldenEagles.com. Here you will find the official athletic site for Maple Mountain that includes schedules, scores, pictures, links to Register My Athlete, cool stories on our student-athletes and much more.

    mailto:[email protected] http://mmhsgoldeneagles.com/

  • Upcoming Events for April 22 – May 4:

    *Apr 22 KEYS TO SUCCESS ASSEMBLY (Bell schedule listed below)

    MEGA DETENTION: We will be holding Mega Detention on Monday, April 22nd from 2-5pm, in Room C-207. Students need to pre-pay $5 in the finance office prior to this date to secure their spot. Students will receive 5 hours of detention credit for serving 3 hours of detention. On Mega Detention days, ALL students are required to stay the full 3 hours to receive any detention credit, and are responsible for bringing assignments to work on!

    Baseball JV/Soph @ SHS Orchestra – Snow College Invite *Apr 23 Sophomore Aspire Testing (Apr 23-26) Additional information & bell schedule listed below! Boys’ Tennis @ Provo HS Mapleton City 6th Grade Track Meet @ MMHS (weather permitting) Softball vs Skyridge @ MMHS Soccer vs Wasatch @ MMHS Track @ Wasatch HS *Apr 24 Career Fair During Lunch Time Baseball Varsity @ SHHS Girls’ Golf @ Wasatch State Park Region Training Choir @ SHS Mapleton City 5th Grade Track Meet @ MMHS (weather permitting) National Honor Society Year-end Ceremony @ 6pm in auditorium *Apr 25 Baseball JV/Soph vs SHHS @ MMHS Softball vs Timpanogos @ MMHS Boys’ Tennis vs Skyridge @ MMHS *Apr 26 Boys’ Tennis Utah Valley Tournament (Apr 26 & 27) Soccer vs Timpanogos @ MMHS Track @ Woods Cross HS MMHS Dance Company Showcase @ 7pm in auditorium (info flyer below) *Apr 27 Softball @ Ridgeline HS in Millville State Solo & Ensemble @ Provo HS Track @ Orem HS *Apr 29 Baseball Soph Timpanogos @ MMHS Girls’ Golf @ Hobble Creek *Apr 30 Baseball Varsity/JV vs Timpanogos @ MMHS Boys’ Tennis @ SHS Mapleton City 4th Grade Track Meet @ MMHS (weather permitting) Softball @ SHS Track Meet @ Provo HS

  • *May 1 Eleves Showcase @ 7pm in auditorium *May 2 State Band @ Corner Canyon (May 2-4) Baseball Varsity/Soph @ Timpanogos Boys’ Tennis @ Skyridge (JV Tournament) Softball @ Wasatch Track Special Olympics @ MMHS *May 3 Baseball Varisty/JV vs Timpanogos @ MMHS Softball vs SHHS @ MMHS Soccer vs Skyridge @ MMHS Track Meet @ BYU *May 4 Senior Dinner & Ball Senior Dinner 6:30-7:30pm in cafeteria Senior Ball 8:00-11:00pm in cafeteria

  • ASPIRE TESTING FOR ALL SOPHOMORE STUDENTS

    This information is being sent to ALL parents and students because regular classes will be held these days; juniors and seniors will go to regular classes - on the adjusted schedule found below.

    During the week of Tuesday, April 23rd- Friday, April 26th all of our sophomore students will be taking the ACT Aspire Exams in their core classes. This test is a hybrid of the ACT and Utah State Core and will give them a predictive score in preparation for taking the ACT next year. Each section of the test will be taken in their English, Math, and Science classes over the course of these four days. Like the ACT the test is timed and once a student starts each section of the test it must be finished in that sitting. They can’t leave early and come back and finish the section at a later time. We ask for your help in encouragi

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