MMHS Students Visit NOVA Classes

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Fri, 11/05/2021 - 13:35

Several MMHS students were selected by School Resource Officer Clint Peterson to participate in the N.O.V.A. programs at Larsen, Sierra Bonita, and Spanish Oaks elementary schools. The MM students served on a panel and answered questions from the 5th graders about drugs, bullying, alcohol, time management skills, how to choose classes in junior high and high school, and how to make friends, among other topics. Thank you, MM students, for your great examples to these elementary students!

Attributions
Robyn Dunn

Spanish Fork FFA National Convention Success

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 11/04/2021 - 10:44

Spanish Fork FFA recently had the opportunity for 14 students to attend the National FFA Convention.  While their students had the opportunity to listen to motivational speakers, compete, network with others from throughout the nation, and go on agricultural tours.  We found some great success at the convention and want to congratulate the following

Attributions
Kaylee Liddiard

PHS FFA Attends National FFA Convention

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 11/04/2021 - 08:07

From the day we left until we came home, National FFA Convention was more than fun.  It was an amazing experience.  We made friends from all over the United States.  We were able to see history in the Churchill Downs Museum and at the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum.  During conventions sessions, we were able to see the thousands of FFA members just like us, representing their states and chapters.  Students in our chapter learned that hard work pays off and even if life isn't going your way right now, don't give up.  You have to keep trying every day.  We encourage anyone who is in FF

Attributions
Justin Rindlisbacher

FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH NIGHT

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Wed, 11/03/2021 - 09:05

Nebo School District Provides New Mental Wellness Resource for Parents

As the pandemic’s unseen costs begin to unfold on the mental health front, some wonder how school children will be impacted. Despite the massive challenge we face, there are growing resources to help families who are struggling.

Attributions
Nikki Argyle

MMHS Foods Halloween Fun

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Mon, 11/01/2021 - 10:35

Our beginning Food & Nutrition classes at MMHS were excited to participate in the Rice Krispies challenge: create a treat with a Halloween theme. Teachers judged the teams on Most Creative, Best Overall, Best Description, and Best Pity Story. It was a fun way to celebrate the holiday!

Attributions
Robyn Dunn

MMHS Law Enforcement Field Trip

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Fri, 10/29/2021 - 09:30

Students in Officer Peterson's Law Enforcement class at MMHS were able to tour the Utah County Sheriff's Office SWAT warehouse and learn more about police work and how K-9 dogs are trained. Thank you, Lt. John Luke, for taking the time to show us around!

Attributions
Robyn Dunn

SFHS studnets become Microsoft Office Specialists

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Tue, 10/26/2021 - 14:59

In Mrs. Ford’s Business Office Specialist class, 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!

Attributions
Elise Ford