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  • MMHS Eagle HighFlights

    February 24, 2020 MMHS Students of the Month for February (World Language Department)

    Sophomores: Kylee Mitchell & Jack Nemelka Juniors: Abigail von Bose & Gabriel Hale Seniors: Lauren Kelly & Michael Swan

    SCIENCE OLYMPIAD TEAM COMPETE AT REGIONALS

    Our Science Olympiad team competed at regionals this weekend, hosted at Snow College. We competed

    against the top science magnet schools in the state and successfully defended last year's title. The team took top

    3 in 18 of 23 events, took first place in 14 of the events, and won first place overall. It is one of, if not the best,

    regional performances in school history. The team is now preparing for the state competition which will be on

    March 28th at the University of Utah

    Here are the individual results from the tournament:

    Event Result Competitors

    Anatomy & Physiology 1 Kali York Ammon Brown

    Astronomy 1 Kali York Hannah Orgill

    Boomilever 1 Tanner Meeks Zachary Brown

    Chemistry Lab 1 Hannah Orgill Eli Dallon

    Circuit Lab 1 Trevor Larsen Ryan Young

    Code Busters 1 Trevor Larsen Ethan Wilson Zachary Brown

    Designer Genes 1 Eli Dallon Trevor Larsen

    Detector Building 2 Simon Cannon Ryan Young

    Detector Building 1 Dominic Rodegeb Scott Packard

    Dynamic Planet 3 Bryce Evans Emeline Harty

    Forensics 2 Zachary Brown Victoria Parrotti

    Forensics 3 McKay Meeks

    Gravity Vehicle 1 Tanner Woolf Simon Cannon

    Machines 1 Trevor Larsen Ethan Wilson

    Ornithology 1 Hannah Orgill Emeline Harty

  • Ping Pong Parachute 3 Ryan Young Ethan Wilson

    Protein Modeling 1 Eli Dallon Tanner Meeks Sydnee West

    Sounds of Music 1 Tanner Meeks Victoria Parrotti

    Water Quality 2 Emeline Harty Simon Cannon

    Write Stuff 1 Sydnee West Tanner Woolf

    MONDAY MAKE-UP DAYS (Bell schedule listed below) We will hold four Monday Make-up Days this school year: October 21, December 16, March 2, and May 4. On these days students will be released at 1:10pm to go to their classes and visit with teachers regarding missing assignments, grades, etc. Releasing students at this time should also allow our bus students an opportunity to meet with teachers before catching their buses. Buses

    will run on their regular Monday schedule. If parents would like to meet with teachers we encourage they visit after 2:10pm, allowing students to be helped first. Teachers will be available until 2:45pm. If you have questions regarding Monday Make-up Days, please contact the school at 801-794-6740.

    ACT TEST FOR JUNIOR STUDENTS

    On Tuesday, March 10th the ACT will be administered to all Junior students at MMHS. Sophomore and Senior students will not need to attend on this day.

    Juniors will need to bring with them a no.2 pencil and an approved calculator if they wish to use one for the math portion of the test. All of the problems on the math test can be solved without the use of a calculator. This year’s test does not include the writing section.

    Most students will be using chrome books for testing. The school has a limited number of computer mice available so if you would like to have a mouse to use with the chrome book you may bring one with you.

    Testing will begin promptly at 7:50 so please be on time. A list of room assignments will be posted by the Counseling Office and Library. Testing will take approximately four hours and buses will arrive to pick up students at 12:30.

    For a free guide to help prepare you to take the test online visit https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/state-and-district-solutions/act-info-for- examinees.html

    Cell phones, smart watches, or any other electronic device that can connect to the internet are not allowed to be used at any time during the test, including breaks. Please make arrangements to leave these items at home on test day.

    ATTENDANCE INFORMATION Parents: If you leave a message to excuse your student on our attendance voicemail

    system, be sure to check your student’s SIS account 24 hours after your call to ensure the absence has been excused. (It takes 24 hours for SIS to reflect absences that have been

    excused.) Sometimes voicemail messages are unclear or not audible, resulting in the student’s absence not being excused. That is why it is so important for parents and students to be proactive in checking SIS to confirm absences have been taken care of.

    Please contact our attendance office if you have questions or concerns regarding this process. Thank you!

    https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/state-and-district-solutions/act-info-for-examinees.html https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/state-and-district-solutions/act-info-for-examinees.html

  • SHETECH EXPLORER DAY Registration is open for the SheTech Explorer Day on April 15. Help your girls discover careers in STEM! They'll get hands-on experience with dozens of STEM jobs, work with mentors from hundreds of tech companies. Our students won the mentor challenge last year out of hundreds of girls so we're ready to win again! Find out about workshops and registration online at http://shetechexplorer.com/register/. The best workshops fill up quickly so register ASAP! There is no cost, lunch is provided, and we will provide a bus to and from the event. For questions, please ask Mrs. Robyn Dunn in C100 or at [email protected] CAREER DAY -- CALLING PRESENTERS! We are excited to announce that we will be having our school-wide Career Day on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. We will be on assembly schedule that day and our Career Day will go from approximately 9:00-10:00 a.m. The presentations will be in the classrooms and will last 25 minutes. Students will have the opportunity to choose two speakers from the list provided to them that day. We will have a wide variety of careers and hope that your student will take advantage of this opportunity to listen to these professionals. Our presenters are volunteering their time and we appreciate their efforts. Speaking of presenters, we are in need of more speakers! If you would be willing to speak to our students about your career during our Career Day, we would love to invite parents to participate. In keeping with the Utah State Board of Education's "Step Up to Higher Education" program, we are looking for careers that require “1, 2, 4 or more” years of training, certification or formal education after high school. For more information, please contact Robyn Dunn at [email protected] We will also have a mini-career fair during lunch with approximately 20 vendors available for students to visit with. Vendors will include cosmetology schools, military recruiters, MATC, ALC, and local companies who will be hiring students for summer work. If your company would like to set up a booth to recruit for summer employment, please let Mrs. Dunn know. There is no booth rental fee.

    Upcoming Events for February 24 – March 7: *Feb 24 Spring Sports Try-outs Begin Winter Play – Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” (This is their last performance!) *Feb 25 Student of the Month @ Lunch time in the Eagles Nest (World Language Dept) *Feb 26 Region S/E Instrumental @ MMHS *Feb 27 ProStart Region Competition CTSO Cross Club @ 7pm in cafeteria (Massic) *Feb 28 WINTER SPORTS ASSEMBLY (bell schedule listed below) MM Dance Co Performance Fundraiser @ 7pm in auditorium (info flyer listed below) *Feb 29 Debate Tournament @ SHHS

    http://shetechexplorer.com/register/ mailto:[email protected] mailto:[email protected]

  • *Mar 2 MONDAY MAKE-UP DAY (bell schedule listed below) This is a normal Monday bell schedule, other than students will be released at 1:10pm to go to their classes and visit with teachers regarding missing assignments, grades, etc. Releasing students at this time should also allow our bus students an opportunity to meet with teachers before catching their buses. Buses will run on their regular Monday schedule. If parents would like to meet with teachers we encourage they visit after 2:10pm, allowing students to be helped first. Teachers will be available until 2:45pm. Baseball 1st Contest Boys Tennis Parent Mtg @ 6pm in Library *Mar 3 Drill Team Try-out Mtg @ 3pm in Team Room (A-107) Drill Team New York Trip Parent Mtg @ 6:30pm in Team Room (A-107) *Mar 4 Region Jazz Festival Softball @ Riverton HS Baseball Parent Mtg @ 6pm in Main Gym *Mar 5 Soccer @ St George Tournament (Mar 5-7) Baseball JV/Soph Pre-Season @ Timpanogos HS Foreign Film Festival @ 7pm in Auditorium *Mar 6 Soccer @ St George Tournament (Mar 5-7) Baseball Pre-Season vs Ridgeline @ MMHS (Var/JV) MM Dance Co Showcase @ 7pm in Auditorium *Mar 7 Soccer @ St George Tournament (Mar 5-7) Baseball Pre-Season vs Jordan @ MMHS (Var/JV)

  • Maple Mountain High School

    Winter Sports Assembly

    Bell Schedule Friday, February 28, 2020

    (55 min Assembly, 68 min Class, 5 min pass, 39 min Lunch)

    1st 7:50 - 9:00 At the end of 1st period, we ask teachers to please walk their

    students to the assembly in the auditorium.

    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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