Nebo School District team, win the Tech Challenge at SheTech. High School Girls from all over Utah were at the Expo Center in Salt Lake to compete in the Tech Challenge. Teams were given a real natural disaster situation and had to come up with a way overcome the challenges of that natural disaster. The team from Nebo School district created a design for a solar powered light that would allow survivors to found sooner as well as provide a basic need to people in the disaster. The teams’ design and presentation earned them the 1st place honors.
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY WINNER: Amanda Insalaco Salem Hills High School Parents: Mike and Amy Insalaco, Spanish Fork
Salem Hills High School
Parents: Mike and Amy Insalaco, Spanish Fork.
I fell in love with computer technology one day when I was eight years old. I accompanied my father to work and job shadowed him at the MTC in Provo. I was fascinated with the language teaching and learning tools that he was developing.
FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES CATEGORY WINNER: Kenzie Wilkinson Salem Hills High School Parents: Jeron and Heidi Wilkinson, Salem
Salem Hills High School
Parents: Jeron and Heidi Wilkinson, Salem.
Family and Consumer Science is the reason my future has direction and stability. It’s the reason I’m excited to graduate and go out into the world.
Results finally came today! I am so incredibly proud to announce the Chase Cook and Mikelle Anguiano took 2nd place for State Management Competition.
These incredible students worked their butts off this year and crushed it!
Thanks so much for our support of these students and MMHS ProStart.
Our MMHS coding STEM ambassadors just completed attending Mapleton Elementary School 5th grade classes. It was a very successful year teaching these 5th graders, Through 8 visits many students completed a whole section on code.org. We would like to thank: Mr. Groneman, Miss Thompson, Mrs. Bradford, and Mrs. Bonnett for letting use be a part of their classes. Next year we look forward to teaching at Sierra Bonita.
We had two students competing in speaking contests, representing our area. Samantha Powell competed in the Prepared Public Speaking contest. She placed 2nd in the state. Breanna Harding competed in the Extemporaneous Public Speaking contest and came home with the State title! She will be competing at National FFA Convention this October. Both girls spent countless hours preparing for their contest and we are absolutely thrilled with the results!
Payson High School competed in the Region FCCLA competition at BYU. All students that competed qualified for the state competition. The following students took Gold; Clara Beddoes, Kassie Neal, Makell Loveless. With Cooper Heaps & Katelyn Connelly took silver in their event. State FCCLA is March 26th, where all these students will compete to go to Nationals.