Around Halloween each year, Mr. Powell’s 3D Modeling students create models of and carve pumpkins for the annual 3D Jack o’lantern competition. By completing this assignment, students demonstrate that their abilities to model, extrude and manipulate objects in a 3D environment. A few of this year’s submissions are shown. Not everyone gets to carve jack o'lanterns without touching slimy pumpkin guts! Lucky students!
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Recently in Mr. Arnold's TV Production 2 class, students were given the assignment of producing mock one-minute commercials. One group of students decided to endorse the wonderful features of gaff tape. Another group created their own faction and used the commercial to campaign for them. What creative students we have here!
Today EMS students in Mr. Curtis' class brushed up their skills for an upcoming airway management skills test. This test required proficiency in: Rescue Ventilations, Two-person Bag-Valve-Mask, Ventilations, Choking Patients, Suctioning, and Oral Airway Adjuncts. All students had to demonstrate that they were proficient with adult, child, and infant patients. Someday these students will be saving lives!
ALC and UVU Distance Learning Fall Break is this Thursday and Friday, October 10th and 11th. Time to rest, relax, have fun, and a chance to get caught up in your studies.
UVU Concurrent Enrollment Students -- PLEASE bring in your Parent Permission Forms ASAP, if you have not yet done so.
And something else to remember . . . coming right up we have UVU Concurrent Enrollment 2014 Spring Term registration beginning Monday, November 4th.
In honor of National Custodian Day, we applaud Mary Anna Lowe, Head Custodian at the Advanced Learning Center. Mary Anna has worked at the building since 2007 and within the Nebo School District for twelve and a half years. Originally from Evanston, Wyoming, Mary Anna and her husband (who works at Taylor Elementary) currently reside in Payson where they have five llamas, four dogs, and one mule. Mary Anna, mother to three children, enjoys sewing, piece quilting, hunting, camping and caring for her eleven grandchildren.
Today in Mr. Dougan's A+ Computer Repair class, twelve students tore apart a computer by removing all the inside pieces and then reassembling it. The students hooked the computer back up with the keyboard and monitor, then turned it on. After fixing a few glitches, the computer worked! SUCCESS!!