Tristen Thompson, a CTE business and marketing student at Springville High School was awarded "co-winner-up" in the 2019 UVU Regional Business Contest on Friday evening, Jan. 28, 2019. In addition to first-place honors, Tristen was awarded significant prize money made possible through the generosity of Steve Gibson, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Maple Mountain High School is proud to present the December Students of the Month:
Where do you want to see yourself in five years? Married and working as a preschool teacher.
What are your favorite hobbies? Watching baseball, playing soccer, and hanging out with my family. If you could have a conversations with anyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them? George Washington. "How did you know how to lead the U.S. in war?"
An internship program at Nebo’s Advanced Learning Center has been helping High School Students try out career paths and prepare for the future.
This semester, 147 students from 5 area high schools are participating in the program. They are working at power plants, animal hospitals, florists, accountants, city offices, police departments, studios, schools and more. The attend twice a week for a semester.
“It’s endless the things the kids can do,” said program director Chris Thomas.
We would like to congratulate Joshua Spackman on winning the first business plan competition. Joshua is a part of the MMHS Business Management class for concurrent enrollment.
Joshua won $500 cash and has qualified to compete at UVU for a $1000 cash prize.
Best of luck Joshua!!
The FBLA club, and other students from Mr. Spainhower's classes, at MMHS have had a busy couple weeks and we wanted to share! Last Friday night they teamed up with Nebo Credit Union to assist them in their "Warm the Soles" program. Our students helped wrap over 900 pairs of Christmas shoes that Nebo CU purchased for deserving students in our district. It was such a wonderful event and our students loved supporting such a great cause!
Nebo CTE At-A-Glance shows the impact CTE programs have with students. Students who take CTE courses are better prepared to for college, career, and life.
My name is Steven Jeffery, I am interning with Spanish Fork EMS. One day in September we loaded the fire trucks with water and food to take up to the firefighters working on the canyon fires. I have learned to do ambulance checks and restock them with what supplies they need. I have also gone on two car accident calls. I helped run vitals and assisted them with what was needed. I attend their morning checks and have talked to them about many aspects of emergency medicine.
Rebecca Powell- When I started my internship at West Mtn Veterinary Hospital, I had to ask where everything was and what it looked like. After two months I am much more comfortable. Techs will quiz me on things during our down time and I know more than some of the others now, and I am teaching them! I’ve been able to help flush out bladder stones and observe spays, neuters and dew claws. I love my internship and don’t want it to end!