Masquerade Dance

Attributions: 
Andrea Pond

Last Friday MJHS students ended "Spirit Week" with a ball - A Masquerade Ball!  

The students made masks to wear at the dance along with best dress.  We had amazing student support! A big thank you to the student government for planning such a fun activity for the students.  Our next dance will be the Halloween Dance, October 23rd.  

MJHS Tennis

Attributions: 
Coach Jex

The Tennis Team has got off to an incredible start.  Coach Johnson and I have had so much fun.  The kids take such good care of each other and are always so supportive.  Most importantly, they represent the school so well. Way to go Mustangs!

Spirit Week at MJHS

As students and teachers we are celebrating our School Spirit Week this week at MJHS.  The students have been very creative for the various days of dress up.  The student council has done an awesome job planning the week!  We have had Mismatch Day, Nerd Day, Crazy Hair Day, School Spirit Day and will be ending the week with a Masquerade Dance.  What a great week we have had – Thank You for the support of our school!

 

Spirit of the Mustang - September

Attributions: 
Stephanie Swenson

 

Josh Hobbs came to our school last year as a second year teacher.  He teaches Art in all its forms.  I've been so impressed with Josh!  He came to a classroom that had tons of material from previous teachers, a schedule that he didn't choose or have input on, and ended up needing to teach an extended day, which meant that he had no prep period.  Add to that the fact that his wife had a darling baby girl and he started working on his Masters degree.  This would be enough to put anyone over the edge! Yet - Josh came and continues to come to work every day with a smile on his face and an eagerness to work with his students! He loves to share his love of art and to help students find success as they try new things.  His positive attitude is contagious!  There are days when I purposely seek him out just so that I can feel better.  He is human - he does have days when he's frustrated, but he manages to find solutions that are positive for everyone involved.  He also has been so willing to help out wherever he is needed/So many of his colleagues have commented on what a great addition Josh is to our staff.  He truly exemplifies the Spirit of  the Mustang!

 

Spirit Week is September 22 - 26

Next Week is "Spirit Week" at MJHS 

Monday - Mismatch Monday

Tuesday - Nerd Day 

Wednesday - Crazy Hair Day

Thursday - Superhero Day / School Dance 6-8 pm

Friday - School Spirit Day 

Make sure you dress up to show school spirit!

 

Art Class at MJHS

Attributions: 
Joshua Hobbs

Art 2 Students at MJHS recently explored and experimented with the painting style and technique of artist Jackson Pollock.  Visit the following website to learn more about the artist Jackson Pollack http://www.jacksonpollock.com/index.php

MJHS Cross Country

Attributions: 
Andrea Pond

Mapleton Junior High hosted our first cross-country meet of the season today.  The schools that participated were Mt. Nebo Jr. High, Spanish Fork Jr. High and Diamond Fork Jr. High.  

One of our own students, Brooke Lynn Galbraith won with a time of 10:02!  Way to go Brooke Lynn, keep up the hard work of running. So proud of all the runners and their efforts!  With the weather cooperating, it was a great day for a race.

 

Welcome Back Assembly - "Our Time is Now"

Attributions: 
Sadie White
Welcome Back Assembly

The assembly today was really fun. Most of it was based on High School Musical, but the student government put in some of their own words. My favorite part of the assembly was the basketball song: I love how they did the moves and worked with the basketballs. They didn’t just dribble and throw the basketballs in the air. A part in the dance was a student singing, and, man, can he hit the high notes.

The game played during the assembly was really interesting. Students chosen from the audience had a few minutes to learn as much as they could about each other. Then they were quizzed on how well they knew their partners.

The dance where the teachers joined in was super funny. Some teachers were really into it. Putting the school mascot, Steve the ‘Stang, in the assembly was an excellent choice. Whoever he or she is, they were a great addition. It was an amazing assembly that kicked off an amazing year.

The theme this year is one of the best. It can relate to anybody because “Our Time is Now.” We can choose who we want to and will become. We need to put all our effort into this school year and make it a great year. 

 

3-D Design

Attributions: 
Mr. Hobbs

MJHS students recently completed class projects for the 3-D Design class. The projects were designed and constructed by the students, using the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude as their inspiration.  

Visit the following website to learn more about Wrapped 3-D Design 

http://www.christojeanneclaude.net/projects/wrapped-reichstag#.U_4UyvldVYU

What great work and effort by our students here at Mapleton Junior High School.  

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