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  • MMHS Eagle HighFlights

    April 29, 2019

    Mock Disaster

    This Wednesday, May 1st, at approximately 11:50 am, Maple Mountain will be participating in a mock crash/disaster. This event is in coordination with the Utah Highway Patrol, Spanish Fork and Mapleton emergency response teams, and the Utah County sheriff's office. We ask that you do not be alarmed when you see and hear emergency response teams responding to the school at that time.

    After lunch students will report to their third period class, roll will be taken, then students will go out to the South parking lot where the crash will be staged. After the crash part of the event, students will then go into the auditorium for the second part of the event. When that is over students will return to fourth period.

    We encourage all students to attend this event. We feel it will have an impact on them and their driving habits now and throughout their life.

    There will be counselors available after the mock crash for those who may need assistance. If you choose to not have your student attend, they may opt out by having you sign and return an exception form by Tuesday, April 30th. These forms are available in the front office. We will have a classroom and teacher available for these students.

    This event also gives the emergency responders an opportunity to work together and practice their skills, as well as giving our students an opportunity to learn more about the consequences of driving distracted/impaired and not wearing seatbelts.

    If you would like to preview the event you can google mock disaster Spanish Fork High School.

    On this day most of the south parking lot will be closed for parking, so students will need to park in other areas. MMHS CHOIR RECEIVES SUPERIOR RATINGS AT REGION Congratulations to all 4 of our choirs on receiving straight superior ratings at Region! This continues the 10th year tradition of every MMHS Choir qualifying for State. Go Eagles!!

  • GERMAN CLASS COMPETES AT BYU Forty-four MMHS students went to the BYU German Language Fair last week and did so well! At the language fair, students from all over the state get to compete against each other in different categories. All categories require students to show great understanding of the German language and culture. No other school in the state won in as many categories as we did. Please congratulate these students on their amazing achievements!

    German Interview (no other school even placed in this event) - Superior 3rd place: Ryan Young, Sawyer Schramm, - Superior 2nd place: Dillan Shepherd, Luke Bell, Matthew Kearl, Lillian Ryskamp - Superior 1st place: Sierra Sherman, Madison Tilton

    Baked Goods - Superior 1st place: Natalie Seiler - Excellent rating: Kara Hickman

    Visual Arts - Excellent rating: Madison Tilton

    Culture Trivia - Superior 2nd place: Ben Browne, Dalton Hawk, Sawyer Schramm, Ryan Young

    Video - Excellent rating: Jonah Fuhriman, Adam Stark, Simon Cannon, Colby Norman

    Soccer Winner of the tournament: Gio Castillo, Danny Garcia, Jackson Card, Taeber Glazier

    Please congratulate these students on their amazing achievements -- in German!

    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 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.

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

  • 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.

    Upcoming Events for April 29 – May 11:

    *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 MOCK DISASTER (3rd & into 4th period) -- More info below! 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

    http://mmhsgoldeneagles.com/

  • *May 3 Baseball Varisty/JV vs Timpanogos @ MMHS Softball vs SHHS @ MMHS Soccer vs Skyridge @ MMHS Track Meet @ BYU (May 3 &4) *May 4 Senior Dinner & Ball Senior Dinner 6:30-7:30pm in cafeteria Senior Ball 8:00-11:00pm in cafeteria *May 6

    MEGA DETENTION: We will be holding Mega Detention on two consecutive Monday’s, May 6th & May 13th, 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 Varsity/JV @ Wasatch *May 7 AWARDS ASSEMBLY (extended assembly schedule, bell schedule listed below) AP Physics 1 Exam @ 12pm Softball @ Provo Girls’ Golf Tournament (TBD) Baseball Varsity/Sophomore vs Wasatch @ MMHS Soccer @ Provo Concerto Aria Night @ 7pm in auditorium *May 8 AP English Literature Exam @ 8am Baseball Varsity @ Wasatch Track Region @ Provo HS Girls’ Golf Tournament (TBD) *May 9 AP Chemistry Exam @ 8am AP Psychology Exam @ 12pm PTSC Board Mtg @ 11:30am in Eagles Nest Baseball JV/Sophomore @ Wasatch Softball @ Skyridge Track Region @ Provo HS Boys’ Tennis Regional Varsity Tournament @ Provo *May 10 AP Studio Art Portfolios Due AP US History Exam @ 8am Boys’ Tennis Regional Varsity Tournament @ Provo State Choir @ UofU (May 10 & 11) *May 11 Baseball Sophomore Region Tournament @ Timpanogos Last Chance Dance from 8-11pm in cafeteria

  • Maple Mountain High School

    Tuesday, May 7, 2019

    MMHS Awards Assembly Schedule

    (84 min Assembly, 60 min Class, 6 min pass, 38 min Lunch)

    1st 7:50 - 8:50 At the end of 1st period, teachers will walk their students

    to the assembly in the auditorium.

    Assembly 9:00 - 10:24

    2nd 10:30 - 11:35

    Lunch 11:35 - 12:13

    3rd 12:19 - 1:19

    4th 1:25 - 2:25

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