MMHS Eagle HighFlights September 30, 2019 PICTURE MAKE-UP DAY HAS BEEN CHANGED TO TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 TH . IF STUDENTS HAVE NOT YET HAD THEIR PICTURE TAKEN PLEASE ENCOURAGE THEM TO GO TO PICTURE MAKE-UP ON OCT 8th. STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE TO PURCHASE A PICTURE PACKET TO HAVE THEIR PICTURE TAKEN, BUT NEED TO HAVE THEIR PICTURE TAKEN IN ORDER TO BE IN OUR YEARBOOK AND TO GET A STUDENT ID CARD. Students are encouraged to wear “best dress” – especially our senior students!!! Extra order packets are in the front office, or you may go to Bell Photo’s website to order and pay for pictures: www.bellphoto.com You will need to enter our school code: mmhsnebofall2019. Pictures are here for students who had their pictures taken and paid for on our original Picture Days and will be passed out in A1 classes tomorrow, Oct 1st. If you choose to have retakes on Oct 8 th , please bring your picture packet to give to Bell Photo to have your picture retaken. NEBO TOURNAMENT BANDS COMPETITION On Saturday, September 28th, the MMHS Marching Band competed in the Nebo Tournament of Bands Marching Competition at Payson High School. The band soared in their performance, and many judges and spectators were very complimentary of our show. The Band was awarded Outstanding Visual Performance, Outstanding Percussion, and they placed 1st out of 11 bands in the 5A Scholastic Division. Way to go!!
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MMHS Eagle HighFlights
September 30, 2019
PICTURE MAKE-UP DAY HAS BEEN CHANGED TO TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH.
IF STUDENTS HAVE NOT YET HAD THEIR PICTURE TAKEN PLEASE ENCOURAGE THEM TO GO TO PICTURE MAKE-UP ON OCT 8th. STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE TO PURCHASE A PICTURE PACKET TO HAVE THEIR PICTURE TAKEN, BUT NEED TO HAVE THEIR PICTURE TAKEN IN ORDER TO BE IN OUR YEARBOOK AND TO GET A STUDENT ID CARD. Students are encouraged to wear “best dress” –
especially our senior students!!! Extra order packets are in the front office, or you may go to Bell Photo’s website to order and pay for pictures: www.bellphoto.com You will need to enter our school code: mmhsnebofall2019. Pictures are here for students who had their pictures taken and paid for on our original Picture Days and will be passed out in A1 classes tomorrow, Oct 1st. If you choose to have retakes on Oct 8th, please bring your picture packet to give to Bell Photo to have your picture retaken.
NEBO TOURNAMENT BANDS COMPETITION
On Saturday, September 28th, the MMHS Marching Band competed in the Nebo Tournament of Bands Marching Competition at Payson High School. The band soared in their performance, and many judges and spectators were very complimentary of our show. The Band was awarded Outstanding Visual Performance, Outstanding Percussion, and they placed 1st out of 11 bands in the 5A Scholastic Division. Way to go!!
Maple Mountain High School will be hosting Utah College Application Week October 1st-4th to encourage all
seniors to apply to at least one college if they haven’t already done so. Students should come to school that
week knowing where they want to apply and should be prepared to fill out a college application by bringing the
necessary information like their Driver’s License Number and their Social Security Number.
FAFSA COMPLETION NIGHT
FAFSA Completion Night will be held on Thursday, October 3rd from 5:00-8:00 pm. in the Maple Mountain
High School Library Lab. Parents and students who would like support filling out the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid should attend this night.
Our MMHS blankets are here and for sale in our book store. These nice blankets are wonderful Christmas,
birthday, and graduation gifts! Stop by today and purchase yours! (Limited supply) MMHS Attendance Information Students who have accrued over 10 hours of missed class time due to tardies, unexcused absences, or sluffs, are
not eligible to participate in any extracurricular school activities, athletics, or events until they have made up
their missed class time. In order to be eligible, students need to make-up time to be under 10 hours. Students
are responsible for monitoring their missed class time balance and serving the hours necessary to be eligible for
participation in school events. Students who are over 10 hours of missed class time receive a Non-Participation
Notice each week. Athletes receive an additional notification that needs to be signed by Mrs. Richins or Mrs.
Davis, and taken to their coach verifying they are eligible to participate. Please encourage your student to
recover their learning and make-up their missed class time through one of the following options:
Make up time with a classroom teacher before or after school
Attend a math or science lab before or after school
Serve time in lab C-207 during lunch or after school
If you need to excuse any absences for your student, you may do so within five days of the absence by
contacting our attendance office at 801-794-6740.
Attendance Recovery Key
Attendance Issue Definition Time to Recover
Tardy (T) Student arrives to class between 0-10 minutes after bell 15 minutes
Late Tardy (L) Student arrives to class between 10-40 minutes after the bell 30 minutes
Unexcused Absence (U)
Student arrives after 40 minutes into class or misses class; parent does not excuse
Sluff (S) Student is verified by school personnel as not being in assigned area: class, assembly, library, etc., and may not be excused
This is the 2019-2020 Attendance Recovery Schedule, listing locations where students may make-up missed class time. We have copies of this schedule in the front office and in Lab C-207. Please visit with Mrs. Davis or Mrs. Richins if you have questions.
ATTENDANCE RECOVERY MAKE-UP TIMES 2019-2020
Students must be on time, have school work to do, or a book to read. Absolutely NO cell phones. Students must sign in and sign out.
A student can attend any or all of the following labs:
MMHS DRIVER EDUCATION The October Driver Education class will start on Thursday, October 3rd at 7:00 PM in the MMHS auditorium. Students are required to attend the parent meeting as it is their first class and are encouraged to bring at least one parent. The meeting will last until about 8:00 PM. Class will then be held every school day from Friday, October 4th until Wednesday, November 6th from 6:00 – 7:30 AM in room E-202. Class will not be held from Thursday, October 17th through Friday, October 25th. Class will resume again on Monday, October 28th. For those enrolled in the class, we will start each morning at 6:00 AM. Don’t be late. Bring your permit and something to write with on Friday, the 4th. Enter through the doors to the right of the flag pole, (by the cafeteria), go down the “E” hallway, and up the stairs to room E-202.
Zero Fatalities. The Zero Fatalities group from Salt Lake City will be here for their monthly presentation to the driver education students and parents. This presentation is required for students, but is open to the general public. Anyone is welcome to attend. It is a great presentation that adults and teens can benefit from. It will be held on Thursday, October 3rd in the MMHS Auditorium. It begins at 7:00 PM and will end about 8:00 PM.
PSAT There are still a few spots left to sign up to take the PSAT on Wednesday, October 16th. The PSAT serves as a practice test for the SAT as well as the qualifying test for the National Merit Scholarship. Sophomores and Juniors may take the test. In order to be considered for the National Merit Scholarship, the PSAT must be taken during the fall of your Junior year. The test will be limited to 35 students, and the deadline to register is
Friday, October 4th. The cost of the test is $20.00, and you can register by paying at my schoolfees.com or directly to the Finance Office. See your Counselor if you have questions or would like more information about the benefits of taking the PSAT.
Registering For the AP Exam *Deadline: Friday, October 25th
*The College Board has changed the registration process for the AP exams this year. The exams will still be given during the first 2 weeks of May, but the registration is happening much earlier in the school year. Please make sure you follow all of the steps, and pay attention to the deadlines so you don’t get stuck paying the late fee. To Register for an AP Exam:
1- Create an account at myap.collegeboard.org. 2- Join your AP Class Section using the join code that your teacher gives to you. 3- Pay for the exam. The cost for each AP exam is $94. You can pay this by logging onto
myschoolfees.com or directly to the Finance Office. We recommend that you pay the entire amount when registering. However, there is the option to pay a $40 deposit before the October 25th deadline, with the remaining amount due March 6th.
*All of these steps must be completed to be registered for the exam. *After the 1st of November there is a $40 late fee as well as a $40 fee for any exams that are cancelled. ** If you need help, or have any questions please see Miss Mattinson in the Library.
Maple Mountain blankets are here! These blankets are so nice! Great Christmas gift, birthday gift, and an amazing graduation gift for your senior student! Hurry in to our MMHS Bookstore and purchase yours today! (Limited supply)
SCHOOL FEES Just a quick reminder that you can pay all school fees on myschoolfees.com, Questions, please contact our finance office.
LOST AND FOUND ITEMS We have placed lost and found items on tables in front of the main office. Please be considerate and only take items that belong to you. We will leave these tables up until Friday, Oct 4th. After that we be donating them to a local charity. Thank you! PCCR Meetings The PCCR meetings for sophomores is an opportunity to meet individually with your counselor, learn what to expect in high school, make a plan for your high school courses, and consider career options. We'll discuss graduation requirements, programs offered, college credit, ACT information, and scholarships. This is a meeting geared toward you as the student. A-E: https://calendly.com/rachelle-miner/30min?back=1&month=2019-09 F-K: https://calendly.com/brooke-ottesen L-Q: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080a4ea8ad2ba7f94-lqsophomore R-Z: https://calendly.com/courtney-packard
SOFTBALL OPEN GYM Softball open gym will be starting Wednesday, October 2nd from 5-7p at the MMHS Field House. For more information, updated times and location go to the softball website at mmsoftball.blogspot.com and follow us on instagram at @mm.softball.
SCHOOL LUNCH SERVING DOMINOS PIZZA EVERY WEDNESDAY Students! Every Wednesday our lunch department will be serving Dominos Pizza as one of your main lunch options. Remember that lunch is served in the cafeteria and also in the gym commons concessions area. So yummy!
Upcoming Events for September 30 – October 12: *Sept 30 UTAH COLLEGE APPLICATIONS WEEK State Golf Tournament *Oct 1 SCHOOL PICTURES MAKE-UP DAY RESCHEDULED FOR TUES, OCTOBER 8TH State Golf Tournament Girls’ Tennis Varsity Region Tournament @ Provo Girls’ Soccer vs PHS @ MMHS Volleyball @ Park City HS *Oct 2 Girls’ Tennis Varsity Region Tournament @ Provo *Oct 3 Girls’ Soccer @ SHHS JV & Soph Football vs Cottonwood @ MMHS Volleyball vs SHS @ MMHS FAFSA Information Mtg in Library Lab: 5-8pm
*Oct 4 Varsity Football @ Cottonwood Girls’ Soccer Sophomore @ Real SL Academy HS *Oct 7 RED RIBBON WEEK All-State Region Choir @ Orem HS *Oct 8 RED RIBBON ASSEMBLY (Bell schedule listed below) SCHOOL PICTURES MAKE-UP DAY Band BYU Invite @ BYU Volleyball @ Provo Fall Orchestra Concert @ 7pm in auditorium *Oct 9 PTSC Board Mtg @ 12:30pm in Eagles Nest JV & Soph Football vs Provo @ MMHS Fall Choir Concert @ 7pm in auditorium *Oct 10 Girls’ Tennis 1st Round State @ Liberty Park Girls’ Soccer 1st Round State @ Homesites (TBD) Varsity Football @ Provo Volleyball @ SFHS *Oct 11 Volleyball Varsity Tournament @ Skyridge Cross Country Region @ Spanish Fork Sports Park *Oct 12 Volleyball Varsity Tournament @ Skyridge Girls’ Tennis State @ Liberty Park Band Wasatch Front Invite
Maple Mountain High School
Red Ribbon Assembly
Bell Schedule October 8, 2019
(55 min Assembly, 70 min Class, 5 min pass, 35 min Lunch)
1st 7:50 - 9:00 At the end of 1st period teachers will walk students to the assembly.
Assembly 9:05 - 10:00
2nd 10:10 - 11:20
Lunch 11:20 - 11:55
3rd 12:00 - 1:10
4th 1:15 - 2:25
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Highly Effective Communicators
Socially Responsible Citizens
Golden Eagle Fans: For all things athletic, 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.