SFHS Business Office Specialists become Certified Microsoft Office Specialists

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Wed, 01/05/2022 - 07:29

Mrs. Ford’s Business Office Specialist students have the unique opportunity to become Microsoft Office Specialists by taking the industry-recognized MOS exams. Students who earn these certifications will possess marketable skills that will get them hired faster, and give them high-growth, advancement, and salary opportunities right out of high school!

The following students (some not pictured) have earned a Microsoft Office Specialist certification for Microsoft Excel: 

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Elise Ford

High School Summer Research Internship

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Tue, 01/04/2022 - 09:00

The U of U College of Engineering Outreach Team is developing a new summer program for local high school students, The High School Summer Research Internship (SRI).

The SRI will be available for rising juniors and seniors (students who will graduate in 2023 or 2024) who are interested in engineering research. Students who participate in the eight-week-long program will be matched with engineering researchers at the U of U, will perform 30 hours of research per week, and participate in other activities coordinated by the SRI team. 

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Nikki Argyle

MJHS CTE

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 12/16/2021 - 09:04

 

Our MMHS CTE specialist, Mrs. Dunn, stopped by Mr. Collett and Mrs. Groneman’s classes at MJHS last week! We’re excited for these future eagles to bring their new skills to our high school classes. #CTE #CTEworks #Nebo #mapletonjuniorhigh #mmhsgoldeneagles

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Robyn Dunn

Nebo School District DECA Competition 2021-2022

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Fri, 12/10/2021 - 12:56

On December 9th our Nebo District DECA clubs held their first annual competition.  Teams from Payson High, Maple Mountain High, and Salem Hills High participated in the event.  Students from each school completed an objective test, and competed in two events showcasing their knowledge and skills by presenting their ideas in the following subject areas:

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Alan Marvin

MMHS FBLA Competes at Region

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 12/09/2021 - 09:32

Our FBLA club had a successful day yesterday at Region!

Individual events:

Madisen Millard -- 3rd place in Introduction to Public Speaking

Logan Smith -- 2nd in Hospitality and Event Management, 4th in Business Management

Brigham Call -- 3rd in Banking & Financial Systems, 5th for Public Speaking, 5th for Future Business Leader

Spencer Shaw -- 4th in Social Media Strategies, 4th in Client Service

Austin Willson -- 4th in Entrepreneurship

Gavin Murray -- 2nd in Sales Presentation

Team events:

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Robyn Dunn

Warm The Soles

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 12/09/2021 - 08:56

A few of our Maple Mountain DECA/FBLA members were able to participate in the Warm the Soles of Kids program and wrap shoes for some of our MMHS students in need. These shoes were donated and delivered to our school by Nebo Credit Union.

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Robyn Dunn

FOOD TRUCKS, FUN AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AT THE ALC

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 12/02/2021 - 10:58

And so the food truck adventure begins...

Don't call us crazy, call us entrepreneurs! Our Business and Media Production CAPS, NeboCAPS and ALC students are excited to announce that we will be converting a school bus into a working mobile food truck this year. The bus was delivered on Friday and we are BEYOND excited!  The bus was purchased at auction for our NeboCAPS students through the Nebo School District CTE department.  Our ever fearless CTE Coordinator, Alan Ashton, drove to Arizona to hand-deliver the bus to us.

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Amy Ewell

“Tell Me the Brand without Telling Me the Brand…”

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Mon, 11/29/2021 - 13:07

 

SFHS Business students in Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Whittekiend’s classes had a short lesson about Brand Identity and Brand Recognition before choosing a brand to represent on their blank turkey.  The rules stated that they couldn’t directly use the logo or the brand name, but needed to make the turkey’s brand recognizable.  We have so many fun and creative students!

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Elise Ford