Students in TV Broadcasting got to go to Enigma 3 studios and learn about film production from directors, cameramen, and audio engineers that work in the film industry here in Utah.
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Our advanced sewing students from Mrs. Crandall’s classes participated in the Make it with Wool contest this weekend. They spent hours on their projects! From left to right is Sarah Seiler, Leah Henderson- 4th place, Elaine Bleazard, Aria Skinner, Lauren Elkington, and Addie Gesullo was 1st runner up! Congratulations to these awesome students!
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Wood shopstudents at Springville High School busily working and getting wood projects started. Getting instruction from Mr. Billings, practicing safety, and patience to make great projects. Patience as they learn the first step to squaring up nightstands, learning how to use the table saw and radial arm saw. Can't wait to see what they build!
Nebo School District is excited to participate in the annual Mountainland CTE Region "Heath Career Fair" on December 9th. The event will be held at the MTECH Lehi Campus and will allow high school students the opportunity to grow their healthcare knowledge on various career pathways and connect them to post-secondary education options. Students will be able to attend 3 hands-on sessions presented by industry professionals. During these sessions, students will discover real-world practices, as well as interact with industry experts and ask questions related to healthcare career
Austin Willson and Logan Smith from Maple Mountain High School are interning with RevRoad this semester. Creating blog posts for RevU events, finding podcasts in the field of finance, and learning about the portfolio companies they serve are just some of the assignments that are helping these budding entrepreneurs learn multiple facets of business!
Payson FFA attended the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana, October 25-29th with 20 FFA students. We toured Fair Oaks Farm, we danced the night away at the Lauren Alaina and Jimmie Allen concert, we attended numerous convention sessions and saw the new National Officers get installed and old officers retire, we practiced our racing skills at the Indianapolis Speedway museum and saw some historical cars! Memories and friendships were created due to this amazing experience.
Spanish Fork City Airport provides excellent internship opportunities for our students interested in aviation. David Schade is a senior at Maple Mountain High School and also attends