Maple Mountain High School SkillsUSA club needs your help to send its Welding Fabrication Team and its Chapter Display Team back to Louisville, KY for the National Competition. On April 1st, we took first place at the state level and were invited to compete with the top competitors in the country. To help with this cost, we would like to invite you to sign up and bring in anything you need to have repaired or re-welded or have a small project built. If you provide the material to fix your project, we will weld it back together for you. In return, we ask that you please donate money when your project is completed to help these students make it back to Louisville. The 4th annual MMHS Welding Fix It Saturday will be held May 7th from 8am to 4pm. We ask that you please be generous in your donations, but the amount donated will be up to you. Please spread the word to friends and family,
To set up a time or discuss your project needs, please contact MMHS welding instructor, Jared Massic ahead of time at: email@example.com or call him at 801-794-6740 ext. 1530.
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Mrs. Pilati came and taught Mrs. Graves third grade class how to "Whip, Nay, Nay". Students performed this dance for the front office. They did a great job!!
Congratulations to the following students for placing in our 1 Mile and 5K Fun Run!
1 Mile K-3rd Grade Winners
1st Place: Derek Morehouse
2nd Place: Scout Pali
3rd Place: Britton Richmond
1 Mile 4th-6th Grade Winners
1st Place: Jared Taylor
2nd Place: Iam McBride
3rd Place: Caden Blair
5K K-3rd Grade Winners
1st Place: Trevor Clegg
2nd Place: Austin Byers
3rd Place: Taft Hillman
5K 4th-6th Grade Winners
1st Place: Caden Blair
2nd Place: Jared Taylor
3rd Place: Mac Hillman
Penny Wars - Final Results
1st Place= 3rd Grade: $68.97
2nd Place= 4th Grade: $43.15
3rd Place= 2nd Grade: $33.50
4th Place= Kindergarten: $5.81
5th Place= 6th Grade: $5.01
6th Place= 1st Grade: $5.01
7th Place= 5th Grade: NEGATIVE $5.23
TOTAL RAISED: $668.38
Step Right Up Here! Step Right Right Up Here! Join us Friday, April 29th from 5:00-8:00p.m. for some fun rides, games, food, and a good time.
Unlimited Rides Wristbands $8.00/ Rides and Games $10.00
Unlimited rides, games and one meal deal $12.00
Or tickets 4/$1.00 Lots of Food and Fun!
Everyone invited! Bring the whole family!
Come have some fun with us!!!
ANSWER: Dimensions of the scale drawing. 5 in, 2 in, 1 in, 1 in, 4 in, 3 in.
Winner: Callie Johnson, Maddy Johnson, Only ones with a complete right answer
GETTING AROUND TOWN
John, Fran and Carlos have 3 ways to get around town: bike, walk, bus.
And 3 favorite destinations: shopping, beach, and park.
Work out who goes where and how using the following clues.
1st: The person who walks doesn’t go to the beach.
2nd : John goes by bike and doesn’t go shopping.
3rd: One person goes by bus to the park.
4th: Fran doesn’t like to walk.
Mrs. Nielson and Mrs. Callister's 2nd Grade Class took part in an Earth Day Service Project inspired by an idea from one of our students. Kyler Carpenter took the initiative to write to the city council and the Mayor's office to see if they would designate a planter bed in the shape of Utah with flowers the color and pattern of the American Flag. Our class jumped at the chance to put our study of plants in Science to good use. We walked to the City Library and planted the donated flowers. We had a wonderful afternoon with perfect weather and a lot of fun!
Riverview is proud to announce March's Pirate of the Month for each class.
Riverview is happy to announce March's Stand Strong Honorees. Each of the students did a kind act such as helping a student when they fell down, helping a student understand their assignment, being kind to friends, picking up trash, having good sportsmanship, playing with someone who needed a friend, following directions, helping a teacher, helping someone clean up, and always being happy and kind. Great job for Standing Strong! Keep up the great work!
Riverview is happy to announce Crew of the Month for March. The classes were chosen for cleanest hallway, quietest in the lunchroom, and the best attendance. Congratulations on Crew of the Month for March!
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SFHS Business and Marketing students were treated with the opportunity to experience a sales demonstration by Kurt Hoerner, a sales representative from the Mercedes-Benz of Lindon dealership. Watching a veteran of sales (30+ years) demo a brand new 2016 C450 AMG Mercedes-Benz Sedan was definitely a treat and a learning experience. Feedback from students indicated they were very impressed by how well Mr. Hoerner knew his product. Not only did he know every feature and benefit of his own product, he was also incredibly knowledgeable about the products of his competitors--something students have discovered is an important trait of successful sales professionals. A special thanks to the Lindon Mercedes-Benz dealership for their willingness to support our Business program here at SFHS.
Dear Parents and Families of Sierra Bonita,
This is a reminder that the annual 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run will be held tomorrow, Saturday, April, 23rd. The 5K will start at 9:00 and the 1 Mile Fun Run will start at 10:00. A waiver for each participant will need to be filled out and signed. If you have not already filled one out, they can be found on Sierra Bonita's website under the Health and Wellness tab. Please print it off and bring it with you or arrive early enough to fill out a waiver in the morning. Thank you!
Every Friday, "Praise Notes" are read during morning announcements. These students are called to the office and get thier picture taken. Students can earn a "Praise Note" by being caught doing kind things throughout the school and classrooms.
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Congratulations to the following students selected as April’s Students of the Month!!! These Students of the Month were chosen because of their excellent academic and citizenship performance! We appreciate each of you showing respect, courage, integrity, compassion, and perseverance.
7th Grade: Kassadie Barney & Toby Roth
8th Grade: Chloe Chandler & Dante Esparza
9th Grade: Alexis Peterson & Jacob Cooper
Friday Announcements! April 22, 2016
Our Extraordiberries for this past week have done a great job of helping out and serving those around them. Thank you, students!
Mrs. Louise Crook is this year's recipient of the Horace Mann Crystal Apple Award.
Louise is a second grade teacher. She and her husband live in Spanish Fork and have three daughters and one son. Louise likes reading, riding bikes, traveling, and watching her kids play soccer and dance. She especially likes spending time with her family. Louise loves teaching children and it shows because she is a great teacher. Her students love her! Louise is currently teaching her sixth year at Brockbank, she taught fourth grade for one year and this is her fifth year teaching second grade.
Congratulations Louise for being this years Crystal Apple Award winner!
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Here are the results from last night's 6th Annual SFJHS Poetry Slam. All will represent us at the Nebo Poetry Slam next week.
Overall Winner - Logan McGraw "Memory"
Dramatic Winner - Lily Holden "Sonnet 130"
Humorous Winner - Sarah Wessman "Reincarnation"
Original Winner - Meg Nelson "The Transformation"
Dramatic Honorable Mention - Kelina Anderson "Sonnet 116"
Dramatic Honorable Mention - Devon Maupin "A Grain of Sand"
Dramatic Honorable Mention - Kyra Nielson "The Highwayman"
Humorous Honorable Mention - Carter Flory "Bacon"
Original Honorable Mention - Slader Radmall "Ideas"
Original Honorable Mention - Kacie Rosales "Five More Weeks"