If you want to see the excitement in learning, just visit Mr. Alan Albrights Education Classes. It doesn't matter what day he has classes, there is ALWAYS something fun going on.
Mr. Albright has guest speakers come in and give their insight of learning and teaching. The students recently had Mrs. Beyal and also Mrs. McKee come visit this month.
They have learned many valuable lessons that will help them in their interactions, not only in class but in life.
Ms. Grants Medical Forensics class pulled out the microscopes yesterday to see if they could determine what was on their wet mount slides in order to give their deduction for their Medical Forensics unit.
The students were very engaged. It was a great activity that they all seemed to enjoy. Ms. Grant is very good to keep her students engaged in learning. Thank you for giving your students hands-on learning!
The ALC Aviation Classes attended Payson High School yesterday to join other aviation students to learn more about the aviation programs at SUU. The SUU flight instructors were there to showcase one of their Helicopters and to explain and answer any questions. It was a very enlighting experience for all who attended.
With Christmas just around the bend, you may wonder if you are on the Naughty OR Nice list.
Santa has made a temporary residence at the ALC while he gets ready for his big night next week. So if you are wondering if you have made the list, it is posted and easy to see from his window.
With the Christmas Break coming up, we just wanted to let students and parents know that ALC will NOT hold classes on December 21st because it's a half day.
Also when we return from Christmas Break on Jan. 2, 2018, it will be a "A" day. And we will have all classes at the ALC that day.
The ALC was humming with excitement from the Robotics department yesterday. Provo City Bomb Squad, Sergeant Drew Hubbard, and Sam Sorensen brought their Bomb Squad robots for the ALC Robotics students to brainstorm and figure out how to make the scope on the rifle of the Robots gain movement, up and down and side to side, zoom in and out, yet still retain the accuracy of the laser points. The discussion was very interesting to be a part of.
A few of Mr. Halls Aviation students, along with Mr. Halls attended the UVU Aviation day.
The students had a lot of fun and were able to do some hands-on activities with paper airplanes and simulators. They had the Candy Bomber, Gail Halverson, at the event and the students were happy to meet him as well.
HUGE "THANK YOU" Mark Halls for all of the time and effort you put into your Aviation Classes.