Spotlight on Success

Uinta 4's Spotlight on Success program highlights the many accomplishments and successes of our faculty, staff and students

Beginning in September 2019, Superintendent Newton started a new recognition program called “Spotlight on Success.” During each month's school board meeting, Uinta 4's Board of Trustees takes time to recognize extraordinary, demonstrated success. These successes will come from a variety of areas but, in general, will be focused on achievements that have truly benefitted our students. This is not an “employee of the month” program and it is not an “everyone wins a trophy program.” Rather, it is a merit-based attempt to recognize those staff members who have truly demonstrated excellence. Therefore, some staff members might get recognized more than once each year and some staff members might never get recognized.

October 2021

  • MVHS would like to recognize the October students recognized in our monthly Student Spotlight. These students have been recognized by their teachers for special "With-it-ness" as students and for working hard at their jobs as students.

  • Maddi Aimone and Jaxon Antonino

  • Brooke Bindl and Aidan Salinas

  • Lillian Willett adn Reuben Titmus

  • Addi Walk and Rhett Hunt

September 2021

  • Mountain View High School would like to recognize the service and volunteer efforts of our high school football players. Last year an elementary aged student had some health issues and the community started a Facebook auction in her support. Coach Walk volunteered his entire football team for a half-day of work. Community member Rick Guild paid for the football team to come work on his ranch and donated a large amount of money in support of this student. This is the fourth time that the high school football team has donated their time, effort, and hard work in support of someone in need across the Bridger Valley by volunteering a half day of their labor. Again this weekend at the middle school football jamboree many of those same high school players volunteered to help referee the middle school jamboree and support their future teammates. Great job to the coaching staff and players of MVHS football!

  • This month the Spotlight on Success shined upon our three school counselors. Stormy Hauf, Kim Stephens and Kelsey Van Dusen were honored at the September Board Meeting by the Board of Trustees. Well-deserved!

  • Angie Martin, Geraldine Sing, Lisa Jensen, Monique Hysell, Rhonda Behunin, and Tami Stoddard... otherwise know as the FAST Experts... Thank you for being willing to lead out by learning the FAST assessment system and coaching others. Because of your efforts to understand and teach the FAST assessments I saw the K-8 teachers be able to go through the benchmark testing with relative ease. It's a joy working with you!

  • MVMS would like to recognize our tech department with all of hard they have done this first month of school helping students as they transitioned in and out of the school building due to quarantines. When students needed to have their chromebooks available to them so they could continue learning from home, Joe and Debbie made sure they had the chromebook and charging cord in the office as soon as they found out. Thank you for all of the hard work.


August 2021

  • Mountain View High School would like to recognize those fall athletes and coaches who begin practice this month. We have definitely learned that sports and school are critical for students during uncertain times and we appreciate the effort of our student-athletes and the coaches who work hard in the heat of August for their chosen sports. We know that many of the lessons that come out of participating in sports are just as important as the lessons that come out of the classroom. Great job to all of you and good luck!

  • This month the Spotlight on Success shined upon Business Manager, Pam Sibert. The Board of Trustees honored Pam during the August Board meeting. Congratulations Pam!

July 2021

  • MVHS would like to offer a HUGE shout out to recently graduated Kylee Dellinger who will be headed up to Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming to play BOTH basketball AND soccer for the Trappers. What an opportunity for a hard-working young lady. Apparently Kylee's efforts at the WHSAA State Soccer Tournament in Cheyenne gave some coaches and extra opportunity to take a look at some of the things Kylee offers to her teammates. The Trappers will benefit from Kylee's leadership, positivity, and work ethic. Congratulations to both Kylee and the Trappers for picking up a great kid from MVHS!