In this edition: Tardies, Summer School, Science Fair News and Winners, Fiddler on the Roof, Dancing with the Teachers + Silent Auction, Activities/Sports Eligibility for 1st Term 2019-2020, Monthly Scholarship Roundup
Upcoming Dates and Deadlines
Front Office Hours
Monday, April 15
SENIORS: Deadline to Order Caps & Gowns for Graduation
SENIORS: Deadline for Classical Literature Scholarship
Tuesday, April 16
7pm Maeser Board Meeting
Fiddler on the Roof
Friday, April 26
Spirit Assembly (schedule TBD)
Monday, April 29
6:30pm Dancing with the Teachers
We are noticing an increased amount of tardies this semester. This is unrelated to timing of passing periods. First period, even with the later start time, is becoming increasingly an issue. This is cutting into class time and is a distraction. Fifth period is also an issue, but not as egregious as first. (Fifth is usually those high school students who have gone off campus for lunch and return late.)
Please talk with your students about this, as it does affect their grades (NGs) and disrupts class. Thank you for your help in keeping our culture strong. As a reminder, campus is open beginning at 7:00am on school days for students to be dropped off as carpool schedules may need.
We are putting the final touches on summer school. This summer the format will be very similar to our Credit Recovery Winterim. The plan is to have two sessions.
- Session 1: June 10-21, 9-12 pm M-F
- Session 2: June 17-28, 9-12 pm M-F
More information on this will be included in a parent/student letter that will go home in the next few weeks. Students who did not complete remediation during Winterim or who have failed any courses during Semester 2 will be expected to attend summer school.
Science Fair News and Winners
Congratulations to those students that qualified and competed at the CUSEF BYU Science Fair!
The participants were: J Stump, Scout Jones, Owen Okolowitz, Eliana Herbert, Daphne Plott, Colin Murphy, Devyn Giles, Ben Gubler and Seth Leavitt.
In the Junior Division, Scout Jones won 2nd place in the Behavioral and Social Science Category.
In the Senior Division, Devyn Giles won Best Presentation Award for his project.
Great job representing Maeser!
Fiddler on the Roof
Our online ticket site has gone live for Maeser’s production of Fiddler on the Roof at the Valentine Theater in American Fork! Please share the link below on social media and send it to all your friends and family who are interested in seeing the show.
Tickets are for reserved seating, so you will want to buy them soon to select the best available seats.
Tickets are $10 a seat. We have two discount coupon codes that you are welcome to share:
- Enter PREVIEW in the coupon code box at checkout to get $7 seats for our preview performance on Thursday, April 18 at 7 p.m. (This code is good only for that preview show.)
- Enter FAMILY in the coupon code box at checkout to get four tickets to any show for the discount price of $35.
Tickets will also be available in the hallway at Maeser in the week before the performance. But online purchasing is fast, easy, and available now. Please use our website to spread the word about the performance and help us publicize the show.
PLEASE REMIND YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY: The performances are NOT at Maeser. They are at the Valentine Theater, 839 East 900 North in American Fork.
If you have any questions about ticketing, feel free to contact RonNell Jones at email@example.com or 801-369-3063.
Thanks for your support of Maeser Fine Arts!
Dancing with the Teachers
Dancing with the Teachers is coming up on April 29th, at 6:30pm. Come out with the whole family and enjoy an evening of fun family togetherness. Proceeds from this event will go toward the New Auditorium.
NHS is looking for some items/gift cards/services that we could raffle off during Dancing with the Teachers. If you have something you would be willing to donate, please contact Nicole Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org). All donations count towards your family’s service hour requirement for Maeser!
Activities/Sports Eligibility for 1st Term 2019-2020
Do you plan on participating in a sport/activity during the 1st term of the 2019-2020 school year? If the answer is yes then your eligibility will be based on your 4th term grades THIS YEAR. That is correct, the grades you earn this term will determine whether or not you can participate and this applies to all current 7th-11th graders. The standard is a 2.7 GPA with no Fs/NGs. An additional requirement for high school students is no Fs/NGs from any previous high school terms. The good news: if you have an F/NG during any previous terms you will have the summer to make them up if needed.
Monthly Scholarship Roundup
JUNIORS: The Cameron Impact Scholarship
The Bryon Cameron Education Foundation has opened up applications to the high-school graduating Class of 2020 for the Cameron Impact Scholarship (merit-based, full-tuition). A Cameron Impact Scholar must show evidence of strong academics (3.7 unweighted GPA or higher), leadership, community service, participation in extracurriculars, and a desire to make positive impact on the world around them.
Early Application Deadline: May 24, 2019
Regular Application Deadline: September 13, 2019
Applications are accepted on a rolling bases, and the number of applications reviewed will be limited to 3,000.
For more information, visit: https://www.bryancameroneducationfoundation.org/.
Montana State University
Did you know that Montana State University has scholarships for out of state freshmen? Apply here: Montana State University Non-Resident Freshmen Scholarships.
my529 Education Savings Plan
Higher education is priceless. Meet your educational savings goals with my529’s plan. Visit https://my529.org/ to learn how.