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  • MMHS Eagle HighFLIGHTS: 4-17-17

    *MMHS Science Department: Adam Syndergaard and Jessica Pratt represented Maple Mountain with high honors at Utah's State Science Fair March 28, 2017. Jessica Pratt took 1st Place in the Earth & Environmental Science category with her project, Analysis of Heavy Metal Deposits from American Fork Reservoir. Jessica won 4 special awards for her project: American Meteorological Society Award, Association for Women Geoscientists Award, NASA Earth System Science Award, and U.S. Metric Association for ethics best use of (SI) Metric System Award. Jessica was selected as 1 of 2 students to compete at International Sustainable World Energy, Engineering, Environment Project (ISWEEEP) competition with an all-expense paid trip to Houston, Texas May 3-8, 2017. Adam Syndergaard took 1st Place in the Physics, Astronomy, & Mathematics category with his project, Micropattern Gas Electron Multiplier. Adam won a U.S. Navy/U.S. Marine Corps Award and an $80,000 Scholarship to Westminster College. Adam was selected as 1 of 4 students to compete at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) with an all-expense paid trip to Los Angeles, California May 14-19, 2017. –Mrs. Ritchie *MMHS Welding: Our seniors crushed it at the welding competition in Logan yesterday. There were over 100 students from all over, even Idaho and Wyoming. All 5 of ours placed in the top 20. Tosh Davis - 17th McCade Lee -11th missed 10th by 1 point. Jace Baird - 8th Tyler Christmas - 4th Ben Warnick - 2nd If you have these students, tell them congrats. They represented our District and School very well. They only announced the top 10. We were the only school to have 3 students announced. Thanks-- Mr. Massic

    *MMHS Science Olympiad: We're kind of excited over here in science land. These kids pulled it off again and won state for the third year in a row. Some of them left before the awards ceremony because of prom, so not everyone from the team is in the picture, but if you get a chance, let these kids know how awesome they are - they've really worked hard this year. Nationals is next month in Ohio, May 19-20 plus or minus a day or two depending on airfare. –Mr. Miller Here were the high scoring individual events:

    Astronomy – FIRST PLACE, Delaney Rose & Logan Marks

    Chemistry Lab – FIFTH PLACE, Michaela McCown & Sierra Jensen

    Disease Detectives – SECOND PLACE, Michaela McCown & Kaden Call

  • Dynamic Planet – SECOND PLACE, Bruce Gill & Delaney Rose

    Electric Vehicle – FOURTH PLACE, Adam Syndergaard, Josh Green & Ryan Smith

    Game On – FIRST PLACE, Michaela McCown & Joey DelaCruz

    Helicopters – FIFTH PLACE, Adam Syndergaard & Anne Dallon

    Hovercraft – FOURTH PLACE, Philip Richey & Adam Syndergaard

    Hydrogeology – THIRD PLACE, Joey DelaCruz & Bruce Gill

    Materials Science – FOURTH PLACE, Heidyn von Bose & Josh Green

    Optics – THIRD PLACE, Gideon Hale & Philip Richey

    Remote Sensing – SECOND PLACE, Sierra Jensen & Michaela McCown

    Robot Arm – FIRST PLACE, Heidyn von Bose & Josh Green

    Rocks and Minerals – FIRST PLACE, Delaney Rose & Joey DelaCruz

    Towers – SECOND PLACE, Bruce Gill & Heidyn von Bose

    Wind Power – FIRST PLACE, Philip Richey & Anne Dallon

    Write it Do it – SECOND PLACE, Julie Carlson & Sierra Jensen

  • *MMHS FCCLA: Right before spring break, FCCLA attended State Competition. There were over 800 competitors- our Golden Eagles definitely represented! Besides the individual awards for each student, our school also took home several chapter awards. And Cheyenne Davies was awarded a $1,000 scholarship! -Cheyenne Davies- Silver & 2nd in state & NATIONALS -Emily Bates & Hannah Taylor- Bronze -Hillary Hirst: Silver & 1st in state & NATIONALS -Emily Eggleston & Katie Funk- Gold & 2nd in state & NATIONALS -Shaylie Daybell & Megan Griffits- Gold & 3rd in state -Gabby Hubbard & Kiana Barker- Silver -Troy Goodin & Levi Harmer- Silver -Chloe Engler: Gold & 3rd in State & won wool

    *MMHS Football Scholarship: We want to congratulate Maple Mountain Football player, Garred

    Blanthorn, who received a prestigious scholarship from the Utah Chapter of the National Football

    Foundation. He and only 13 other players in the state have received this award. The scholarship criteria

    is based on 40% athletic accomplishments, 40% academic achievements, 20% community service. Way to

    go Garred!!!

    SENIOR ALL-NIGHT PARTY CHAPERONES NEEDED!!! If you are a parent of a senior student at Maple Mountain High School and would like to volunteer to chaperone a few hours at the All Night Party on May 25 between 11 pm-5am please contact [email protected] to schedule a shift. Thank you for being willing to help make this event a success!

    mailto:[email protected]

  • Senior Graduation Timeline

    Remember to report ALL scholarship awards to Mrs. Raine in the Counseling Center for a candy bar bonus!

    Cap & Gown are required to participate in graduation exercises Questions or late orders Contact Jostens at 800-239-6482 or [email protected]

    April 11 Graduation Assembly April 14 Graduation list posted *This list will be updated weekly on Fridays April 28 *All make up and outside credit must be received.

    *Honors and High Honors will be calculated – any 3rd term or earlier NG’s must be cleared for consideration.

    *Pathways recognition applications due *Pay $5 in the Finance Office for all Honor cords. May 1 MEGA Detention May 5 All NC’s, and NG’s, must be cleared in order to participate in Graduation Exercises May 10 Senior Awards Assembly 9:00 a.m. - Best Dress - Parents of Seniors are invited May 12 All fines and fees must be paid May 15,16 Textbook check in May 18 Senior check out begins May 19 Senior check out continues Last day of school for Seniors

    Pick up Cap & Gown - Library beginning at lunch Yearbook Party – Cafeteria 6-9 p.m. Senior Sunset Party (Seniors only)

    May 23 *1:00 p.m. Graduation practice at UVU Events Center This practice is MANDATORY – transportation will be provided if necessary May 24 Talent Assembly May 25 Graduation 10:00 a.m. @ Events Center at UVU *arrive by 9:00 a.m.

    Goodbye Dance 8-10:30 p.m. Senior All-Night Party 11p.m. – 5:00 a.m.

    mailto:[email protected]

  • *MMHS FCCLA: Juniors and Sophomores- Interested in making a difference next year? Apply to join our MMHS FCCLA officer team! Applications are available from Mrs. Knotts and are due on Friday, April 28th. Officer interviews will be held the first week of May. Don't miss out on a chance for the best leadership experience you can get! *Nebo District Student Dress and Grooming Policy: With the warm weather upon us and that time of year when everyone wants to wear their fun summer clothing, we would like to remind our students (and parents) of the district’s dress and grooming policy, as listed below. We appreciate your support in adhering to this policy! Student Dress and Grooming (Student Handbook Pg 48):

    3. SPECIFIC STANDARDS: 3.1 Students shall comply with the following dress and grooming standards at school and at

    school activities or events: 3.1.1 Clothing will be modest, neat, clean, and in good repair. Modesty includes covering

    shoulders, midriff, back, underwear, and cleavage. 3.1.2 Inappropriately short, tight, or revealing shorts, skirts, dresses, tank tops, halter or crop

    tops, and spaghetti strap tops are prohibited. Skirts, dresses, and shorts must be at least mid-thigh length when the student is sitting.

    Students who do not adhere to this policy will be asked to call home and make arrangements with a parent or guardian to have a change of clothing brought to the school. We appreciate your support and cooperation as we try our best to enforce this policy.

    *MMHS Volleyball Player & Parent Meeting TODAY: MMHS Volleyball has a player and parent meeting for next year’s team today at 7pm in the MMHS main gym, for anyone interested in playing volleyball next year.

    *Especially for Athletes Fundraiser: Especially for Athletes (E4A) is sponsoring a penny fundraiser drive to benefit Tabitha's Way. We are asking anyone associated with the Maple Mountain family to donate your saved pennies by bringing them to the main office. This event will run for the next 4 or 5 weeks. A generous supporter of our school will match our donation. Thank you for your support!! *MMHS Sports Information: Get the latest up-to-date information on MMHS sports (pictures, highlights, scores, schedules, etc.), by going to this link address: Go Golden Eagles!!!

    *MMHS Girls’ Soccer: There will be a Girls' Soccer Try-out Meeting on Monday, April 24th from 8:30-9:30pm in the MMHS auxiliary gym. Students interested in trying out please be sure to attend this important meeting. If you have questions, please e-mail Coach Lewis at [email protected] *Especially for Athletes: May 6th is the Especially for Athletes Spring Summit 2017 being held at Park City High School. Additional information needed, please e-mail our Athletic Director, Dave Boyack at: [email protected]

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