Nebo bus drivers and attendants wanted. The district provides needed training. Daily routes are open for the beginning of school. Starting pay for drivers is $15.23 and attendants $11.32. Please apply online at www.nebo.edu/jobs.
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The MMHS team of junior welding fabricators took 3rd place in the nation at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. Each state brought their best welding team to compete. Our team consisted of Tosh Davis, Tyler Christmas, and Ben Warnick. They built a tool box from scratch in 6.5 hours.
Sam Krommenhoek was awarded the 4A MVP Boys Soccer Award. Aiden Dayton was awarded the Mr. Soccer Award.
About Utah's Best Preps
The Deseret News Utah’s Best Preps Awards are designed to highlight the best male and female athletes participating in UHSAA sanctioned events. Athletes will be recognized for more than just on-field achievements, but also for academic achievement and community influence.
These awards will give the high school sports community a chance to take a step off the field and reflect on the past year of competition and accomplishments.
Maple Mountain Dance Company Auditions for the 2016-2017 were held the last week of April. Thirty-six dancers auditioned with 20 making the final cut. Congratulations to our new dance company, MMDC! Tiffany Asay, Emily Bates, McKenna Briggs, Addie Black, Sarah Black, Gracen Chiniquy, Brinnley Crane, Shaelynn Duncan, Amanda Frei, Kimber Higginbotham, Samantha Johnson, Muriel Langdon, Megan Moore, Kylie Nuttall, Adyson Peacock, Lynnae Randall, Kelsha Robinson, Caitlyn Taylor, Brooklyn Williams, and Rachel Wall.
Alexandra WisemanWhere do you want to see yourself in five years? In college at BYU with my cousins. What are your favorite hobbies? Cheerleader at Airtime and drawing If you could have a conversation with anyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them? I want to ask Beethoven how he wrote music on the piano. Christian GriffithWhere do you want to see yourself in five years? I would like to be a few years in to college.What are your favorite hobbies? Camping, hikingIf you could have a conversation with anyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them? I would ask George Washington if the country is still free, in his opinion. Emily LaingWhere do you want to see yourself in five years? Married, maybe some kinds and a career helping people. What are your favorite hobbies? Love to help people and be there for people emotionally. If you could have a conversation with anyone from history, who would itbe and what would you ask them? Christ and what do you need of me?
Lani Zahrt Where do you want to see yourself in five years? Getting out of college with a degree and being some kind of fishing game officer.What are your favorite hobbies? Hunting, fishing, outdoors, and FFA.If you could have a conversation with anyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them? Chris Ledoux - What made you want to start making music?
Adam Syndergaard, who is on the Science Olympiad team, competed at the National Science Fair (Intel ISEF) last week, and, while there won one of three full ride scholarships to Florida Tech for his work building a 3D printed gas electron multiplier detector.
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"Dayton is smart and creative in his offense. He's intuitive on defense and he brings his entire team up with his significant effort and positive attitude."
SHANE FERRIN, Head coach at Spanish Fork High
The 5-foot-11, 155-pound junior defender and midfielder had led the Golden Eagles to a 12-1 record at the time of his selection. Dayton scored 8 goals and passed for 14 assists through 13 games. A veteran of the Region IV Olympic Development Program and Real Salt Lake Academy, he leads a Maple Mountain defense that has recorded eight shutouts and allowed just seven goals.
Dayton has maintained a 3.79 GPA in the classroom.
A devoted member of his church community and a peer tutor in his school, he has participated in multiple trips to assist orphanages in rural Mexico.
Ian Stonehocker, Maple Mountain (Jr.)
The Golden Eagles are perfect in Region 8 this season with just two matches remaining, and this junior is a big reason why.
The forward has scored 12 goals and handed 17 assists this season, and was instrumental in a pair of easy wins over Salem Hills and Springville last week.
“Ian’s unmatched creativity on the ball, commitment to defense from the front line and endless work ethic makes him one of the most dynamic players on the pitch. Ian’s goal total is impressive, yet the more impressive thing about him is the ability for him to open chances for his teammates, partially shown by his impressive 17 assists on the season,” said Maple Mountain coach Mike Klauck.
The greenhouse is full to the brim with beautiful flowers and veggies! Mrs. Gardner's students do the work of planting, transplanting, watering, and the plants have really transformed the greenhouse! It is time to sell the plants and earn funding for Mrs. Gardner's program. The sale starts today!
Come buy some flowers or veggies to plant this weekend, or even a beautiful hanging basket for a Mother's Day gift that will last all season long!
Sale starts today, May 6, from 3-6 pm.Tomorrow, May 7, from 9 am to 1 pmThe sale will continue every Tuesday and Thursday 3-5 and Saturday 9-1, until all the plants are gone!
Being the school valedictorian or salutatorian is a huge honor. This year our valedictorian is Abby Taylor and our salutatorian is Emma Hill. To choose the two positions, it is traditionally based off of GPA and total credits taken. Sometimes it is also based off of co-curricular and extracurricular activities they have been a part of. Both were members of the cross-country team, Abby in her junior year and Emma this past year. Both students worked extremely hard not only this year, but all their years at MMHS. We are proud of our hardworking students here at Maple Mountain.
Abby Taylor got the highest rank for the graduating class of 2016. The valedictorian usually gives the valedictory speech at graduation. Valedictorian is chosen specifically to represent the graduating class. When asked how she felt about being the valedictorian, she answered, “I'm not really sure there is anything to feel about being valedictorian. It is just a title. It doesn't change anything that I have done or will do, but it does feel good to be validated for my hard work.” This year she participated in science olympiad. There are many students who have extremely high GPA and have taken many credits, but not many accurately represent the graduating class of 2016.
Emma Hill had the second highest rank in the graduating class and is placed next to this year’s valedictorian. The salutatorian gives the opening speech at graduation, or salutation. Emma says, it was never a goal for her to be the salutatorian, but she is proud of her accomplishment. She said she was really surprised when she found out she was the salutatorian. This year she was both on the cross-country team, and the band president. Emma Hill worked just as hard as Abby Taylor and deserves to be awarded salutatorian; both represent the best Maple Mountain has to offer.
Please come support our FCCLA club to help us get to San Diego for our National Competition! All you have to do is go to Chick-Fil-A in Spanish Fork this Thursday from 5-8 PM and mention Maple Mountain FCCLA at check out. Chick-Fil-A will donate a portion of the night’s profit to our club. On behalf of our club members, we thank you for your support.