HAPPY EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT STAFF DAY

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

Our school would not be as efficient and as fun without those wonderful, behind the scene people who add SO much to the everyday goings here at the ALC!

We are so grateful for the support staff we have here at the ALC who do their jobs every day, with a smile and who are always trying to make things nicer for everyone here.

 We couldn't function without you!!!

HUGE THANK YOU TO :

Gerald, Chad, Jay, Jason, Gene, Hayden, Karley, Paige, Brenda, And Gaye.

TEAM WORK JUMPROPING

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Alan Albright

You can accomplish ANYTHING if you work as a team.  Mr. Albright's class has been doing team building activities for the past two weeks. Today they finished some of them off by jump roping. 

It takes teamwork in order to make jump roping work. You need one person on each end to turn the rope or else nothing happens for the person in the middle to be able to jump the rope. He talked to them about how each person is important in order to accomplish a goal. If even one person is missing, things aren't accomplished the way they would have been without everyone. 

UCAW WEEK WRAP UP

Attributions: 
Annette Pukahi. Shelley Heaton

"It's been a fun and eventful week at the ALC as we are hosting our Utah College Application Week. This is an amazing opportunity for ALL students to learn and prepare to attend college someday--not just our seniors! Because there are so many kinds of colleges and degrees, college can be a reality for everybody. 

No Two Hands Alike

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

Ms. Beyal is one of the favorite guest speakers that the Elementary Education Block has come every year.  She has all the students line up and put their hands out. Then she has them compare the color of their own hands with everyone else around them.  The interesting thing about this experiment is that there is NO TWO HAND COLORS ALIKE!  She then talks to them about differences and about not judging people according to their race or color.  It is a very eye-opening exercise for the students. 

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