School News

MJHS Fall Fundraiser

Attributions: 
Susie Rowley

 

This month we kicked off our annual fundraiser. Our fundraiser this year is about “Making A Mustang Difference” to as many people as we can and will go until this Friday, November 11th.

Our fundraiser will support many different service projects throughout the year, we have one planned for each month. Examples are:

  • Donating toys and necessities to children in need as well as students at MJHS in December for Christmas,

  • Making blankets for Primary Children's & The Huntsman Cancer Research Foundation

  • Getting supplies put together for the Ronald McDonald House

  • Donating books to our own Special Education department  

  • A project for the local Veterans.

Please consider donating to our fundraiser. Our goal is $3000. Every dollar makes a difference. If students donate $5, they get put in a drawing for a prize or participate in our rewards assembly. Thanks so much for your support. We truly have the best students and parents!

 

 

Project Teddy Bear

Attributions: 
Andrea Pond

In conjunction with Bank of American Fork in Spanish Fork, we are once again collecting NEW Teddy Bears to give to children in crisis. There will be a collection box in the main office of MJHS for students to drop off donations November 17-December 13.  

October Student of the Month

Mapleton Jr. High School is pleased to announce the October 2016 Students of the Month. Each academic area selects one outstanding student per grade level to represent their department for student of the month. In order to be selected these students must show superior academic achievement along with exceptional citizenship. The MJHS students of the month were invited to a pizza party to celebrate this fantastic accomplishment. The students of the month for October are (listed by academic area):

CTE: Gracie Miller, Spencer Jackson, Casey Harris

English: Michael Stanton, Alessia Montestruque

Fine Arts: Abbie Payne, Cassie Jessop, Jacob Green

Health: Carson Polgar, Trevor Larsen

Math: Miles Wilson, Emme Hansen, Jeffery Diaz

Science: Tyler Asay, Joshua Sherwin, Nicole Stewart

Social Studies: Rebekah Jensen, Briggs Rober

Life Skills: Katherine Jacobson,  Austin Caudel, Oddison Swenson

Math Lab

Attributions: 
Andrea Pond

Math Lab is open for students Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2:45 - 3:45 pm in Room #108.

If you have questions, please call the main office.  

School Supply Fundraiser

Attributions: 
Suzanne Rowley

Thank you to all the amazing students and parents who donated to our School Supply Fundraiser! The items donated will be going to 19 different schools in Western Samoa. The supplies are desperately needed and the students will be so excited! We will be able to see pictures of the students and schools that received the supplies this May when they are delivered!

Way to Make a Mustang Difference!

MJHS Wrestling Information

Attributions: 
Andrea Pond

Click here for the parent letter from Coach LaMont

Click here for registration information

Sage Mortimer Wins Gold

Sage Mortimer had the opportunity to represent the United States at the Pan-American Wrestling Championships in Medellin, Colombia. She took 1st place earning a GOLD medal for team USA! She is one of the youngest girls in the US to compete at an international wrestling tournament. Craig Lamont, head coach of MJHS wrestling team, traveled to Colombia to coach her. There were thirteen countries represented there. Team USA took 3rd place overall with only seven girls competing, winning 2 Golds, 3 Bronze and 2 5th place. It was an amazing experience.

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