If you were to walk through the halls this week, you would see many places throught our school with crime scene tape blocking off the area of many crime scenes.
Ms. Grant's Medical Froensics classes have been very busy preparing for their Crime Scenes.
The students grouped together to carefully plan out a crime scenerio, they took alot of time making sure the crime scene was realistic and would give the other groups things that they would have to be careful to take note of in order to solve the crime. Then the fun began..... they got to set up their crime scene scenerio.
ALC Engineering Design and Development students recently took home Audience Choice Award at the Student Innovator of the Year Competition. The competition was at BYU.
Students competed for over $6,000 in cash prizes awarded to first, second, and third place for the high school, junior high, and elementary divisions.
First place winners in each division won $1,000, second took home $600, and third place got $400 to keep working on their innovations.
With it being the last week that students attend the ALC for this school year, we would like to take time out to say CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE SENIORS FROM THE 5 HIGH SCHOOL'S THAT ATTENDED THE ALC!
We have taken the month of May to honor them with a display in our front entry way. The display has pictures of every Senior who had a senior picture taken. It has caps, gowns and tasssles representing each high school as well.
Mr. Arnold's Film and Digital Classes held their Film Festival here at the ALC. There were many students who submitted projects.
It was a fun night for all and many students and parents turned out to support and watch all of the submitted projects.
Below is the list of winners.
We are so proud of all the students and thier hard work this year.
Shout out to Mr. Arnold for his hard work in getting the students to this point.
One of our talented students in Mr. Powell's class, Erika Kunz, took third place last week at the UVU Concurrent Enrollment Art Festival.
The name of her entry piece was Lion. It is digital media for the form of media. It is a vector graphics piece.
WE ARE SO PROUD OF HER!!!
WAY TO GO ERIKA !
The night was a fun, exciting night. The students did such a good job of presenting their projects to family and businesses.
Pictured are all the ACE Mentoring Students
Gabe Tate, Ivin Zabriskie, Joseph Jacklin , Taylor Ottley, Jared Smith, Ben Brown, Clark Tischner, Blake Everett
As the school year starts to end, we get to see the fruits of the students labors. This year was no exception of the caliber that the ALC and its students bring to Nebo School District. They never cease to amaze us with the oustanding things they have done over the course of the school year.
One of these examples came to pass this past week during the Utah Digital Media Arts Festival at UVU. Our amazing students from both, Mr. Arnold's class, and Mr. Powell's class came home with most of the awards!!
The students and the peices they entered are as follows: