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Drumline Won 1st at the Utah High Sschool Drumline Throwdown

Tue, 08/26/2014 - 2:43pm
Attributions: Story by Chris Wilson.

The competition consisted of prelims during the day and finals in the evening at the WSU Wildcat Stadium. Drumlines from around the state prepared two different cadences (short musical segments for drumline performances) to present to the audience, complete with visuals (to "work the crowd"). After the three finalists each performed their cadences, a panel of professional music educators and percussionists crowned Maple Mountain's drumline the winner!

Welding Team Takes 4th in Nation

Mon, 08/25/2014 - 2:56pm
Attributions: Story by Jared Massic.

Our MMHS Welding Fabrication Team went to the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference over the summer to represent our state for the second year in a row. The team consisted of Josh Jensen, Michael Swanson, and Chandler Schramm. They traveled to Kansas City, MO to face off against the top 35 fabrication teams in the country. The boys executed well and took 4th place! If you see these young men, congratulate them on a job well done.

Monday Parent E-mail -- Aug 25, 2014

Mon, 08/25/2014 - 2:04pm
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Please select this link to access our MMHS Parent/Student Informaiton for 8-25-14:

http://mmhs.nebo.edu/sites/mmhs.nebo.edu/files/Monday%20email%208-25-14%...

WELCOME BACK! 8-19-14

Mon, 08/18/2014 - 4:13pm

MMHS Athletic Information 2014-2015

Mon, 07/21/2014 - 10:29am

Download the MMHS Athletic Information 2014-2015

http://mmhs.nebo.edu/sites/mmhs.nebo.edu/files/Maple%20Mountain%20Sports...

Ashley Chidester and Shalese Black Earn Gold Medals at National Leadership FCCLA Conference

Thu, 07/17/2014 - 2:34pm
Attributions: Full story found at Daily Herald (http://bit.ly/1qLp3m9)

Article taken from the Daily Herald (http://bit.ly/1qLp3m9)

Ashley Chidester and Shalese Black will be attending the National Leadership FCCLA Conference with their cooperative PowerPoint presentation of their plans for their senior trip to Hawaii. Using skills obtained in FCCLA, they planned the trip by comparing prices, researching hotels, airlines, and activities, and utilizing their resources. They budgeted the trip to cost $5,000 each, and though their parents intend to contribute, the girls are both working to earn more than half the necessary funds.

"I teach piano lessons, and in the summers I have a job picking cherries," Black said. "I have almost $1,000 saved already."

Chidester has been earning money via hours and hours of babysitting and hopes to get another job this summer. The decision to vacation in Hawaii had much to do with the heritage of her mother, who is a native of the islands.

"We're really looking forward to going to the Polynesian Cultural Center," Chidester said. "We want to try a kalua pig and see professional hula dancers."

To personalize their experience, Chidester and Black budgeted for surf lessons and a tour of the Dole Pineapple Factory.

Many local students gathered June 18 for a practice session for nationals and to display their hard work for the Family and Consumer Sciences Conference held at the Wilkinson Center at Brigham Young University. Forty students from Utah County will be attending nationals, displaying skills in interior design, quilting, sewing, culinary arts and various service projects.

Chidester and Black attended the session, rehearsing their presentation and answering questions from attendees for nearly four hours. Their detailed and interactive presentation earned a gold medal at their region competition, one that included all of Nebo and Alpine School Districts, and earned a gold medal and first place at the state competition.

First-place winners receive $300 from the state to contribute to the travel expenses for the national competition.

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Update: Ashley Chidester and Shalese Black received the highest ranking possible at nationals in Texas! Gold medals were awarded to both of them for their "Life Event Planning" event in which they competed. Congratulations!

Great Performance at Masterworks Concert

Thu, 05/22/2014 - 9:33pm
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Miss Springville/Mapleton

Thu, 05/22/2014 - 8:42pm
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Congratulations to the Miss Springville/Mapleton Royalty! They are: Jezni Widdison Miss Spr/Mpl, Maddi Monson 1st attendant, Megan Hanks 2nd attendant, and Erin Thomas 3rd attendant.

Next Year's Maple Mountain Dance Company

Mon, 05/19/2014 - 2:53pm
Attributions: Story by Karla Palfreyman.

The Maple Mountain High School Dance Company (MMDC) held auditions the last week in April. 30 girls auditioned with 18 making the final cut. Congratulations to Elise Barney, Brianna Black, Addie Black, Cassandra Chambers, Harley Christensen, Abby Cook, Madison Crandall, Tatiana Graham, Alissa Kiser, Alexa Knutzen, Alexis Robinson, Keisha Robinson, Kathryn Southworth, Scottee Studdert, Anna Tanner, Faith Taylor, MaKayla Yates, and Abbie Zahrt.

Maple Mountain to Hold Concerto-Aria Concert

Thu, 05/15/2014 - 11:46am
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Every school day, music rings, sings, and strings throughout the B hall of Maple Mountain High.  The state-qualifying choirs, orchestras, and bands are busily preparing for the Concerto-Aria Concert.  The concert will take place on May 20, 7:00 pm in the Maple Mountain High School auditorium.  Admission for the concert is free and the music is sure to delight all in attendance.

 Presented by the music department, the Concerto-Aria Concert is a performance of four great, classical works, each featuring a soloist and an accompanying instrumental ensemble.  The directors—Cory Mendenhall, Deanne Helquist, and Chris Wilson—auditioned many students and selected four finalists to perform at this concert.  Hannah Bateman will perform a viola concerto by Georg Philipp Telemann; Hannah Blonquist will perform a vocal solo by Carlisle Floyd; Elizabeth Engle will perform a vocal solo by W.A Mozart, and Nathan Hurst will perform a marimba concerto by Paul Creston.

 In continuing Maple Mountain’s tradition of supporting high-quality classical music in public schools, the music department plans for and presents the Concerto-Aria Concert every year  It’s a chance for students to showcase their amazing abilities, and for them—as well as the entire community—to experience truly great music.