Students at SFHS competed in FCCLA Region Star Events last Friday, February 10, 2023 where they chose a category and completed a project. They all performed outstandingly in their categories!! Amelia Lopez received bronze in Early Childhood Education (this is where she creates a lesson plan for a preschool class). In fashion construction, Violet Bishop received bronze and Courtney Albertson received Silver in constructing their own apparel. In Focus on Children Alayna Swan and Avery Braithwaite received silver after teaching the Don's preschool class about kindness to others. Camila Gu
This weekend our CTE teachers, counselors, and CTE administration attended UACTE at Bingham High School. Several of our teachers were recognized for their hardwork!
Alan Ashton (District CTE Coordinator) — CTE Champion of the Year State Award
Jared Massic — UACTE Teacher of the Year for the WBL Division
Tyler Lewis — Excellence in Education in the Commercial Photography Division of Skilled & Technical Education
McKayla Hallows (Ag teacher, Springville Junior High) — UACTE New Teacher of the Year for the WBL Division
Javier Munoz has been working on his welding skills at Cornaby’s Powder Coating & Railing. “I am excited to learn more, I have already learned a lot in just 3 times of going there. It is a very chill place and very cool to see how they do their job. It is cool to see the welders weld and it is good to see how they do their job and how they measure and weld. And it is a good place to intern learning hands-on, it’s a great place to learn.”
On January 25, the 14th annual Mr. Maple Mountain FCCLA fundraiser was held. 11 senior guys competed for the crown and title of Mr. Maple Mountain 2023. The packed auditorium audience was entertained throughout the entire evening with an opening dance number choreographed by Maple Mountain Dance Company, a swimsuit competition, a talent from each contestant, and evening wear. We honored two Mr. MMHS Ambassadors, Chris Olsen and Adam Everett. Our favorite Mr.
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The Advanced Culinary class at Payson High School catered and set up for the Payson Santaquin Area Business Chamber Holiday Luncheon. Chicken Alfredo, green salad and rolls were for the meal with homemade cheesecake was the dessert. The Culinary students set up the place arrangements, waited on the guests and served the meal to over 40 business chamber members. Compliments were generously given to the students as their professional service and delicious food was enjoyed.