March 2019

ALC Celebrates Utah Girls in Tech Day

Attributions: 
Ronda Hair. Shelley Heaton

Governor Herbert declared March 20th as "Utah Girls in Tech" day. The ALC celebrated today with the BYU Computer Science department. Angela Rogers and Angela Jones spent time helping the students learn, “How to Train Your Computer.” The girls had a great experience. 

 We have some amazing girls that represent us in the "Tech World" here at the ALC.

A huge "Thank you", to Angela Rogers, Angela Jones, and Ronda Hair for taking time out of your busy schedules to give the girls who attended this great opportunity.

THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING OPEN HOUSE

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

A big "Thank You" to those parents and students who attended our ALC open house the last 2 nights. We had a great turnout, and lots of questions were answered, and lots of tours were given. 

We look forward to seeing your students in the upcoming fall 2019-2020 school year. 

ALC OPEN HOUSE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

REMINDER: the ALC will be hosting an open house tonight, March 5th and tomorrow March 6th.

This is a chance to come and check out our school. Come and see what we have to offer your high school student to help them further their education.

We have many people asking, "What is the ALC?". Well here is your chance to find out.

Come visit with the instructors of the programs and come see the amazing things we do here.

 

RONDA HAIR RECEIVES THE CRYSTAL APPLE AWARD

On Monday,  March 4, 2019, the Crystal Apple Award was presented to Ronda Hair of the ALC.

It was presented to Ms. Hair by Craig R. Harvey representing Horace Mann, and also Mr. Mark Halls.

The Crystal Apple Award is given to teachers that show devotion to students and outstanding performance in the classroom and is awarded by nomination from the school faculty. 

Ms. Hair's co-worker of 17 years gave her a great tribute in conjunction with the presentation of the award. Ms. Julie Beveridge had this to say: 

UVU WILL BE HOLDING INFORMATION NIGHTS AT ALC

Attributions: 
Annette Pukahi.. Shelley Heaton
UVU will be hosting information nights at the ALC for any students interested in earning their associate degree.
 This will be nights set apart for "Info Nights" for students interested in the associate degree or GE Certificate of Completion while in High School. 
 
The dates for these information nights are listed below. Mark your calendars and plan on attending if this is something your high school students may be interested in doing.  
 
Again, all of these information nights will be held here at the ALC.

ALC ANATOMY CLASS VISITS U OF U CADAVER LAB

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Photos by Natalie Grant

ALC's Advanced Anatomy and Physiology Class and the Medical Forensics Class traveled to SLC to tour the Cadaver Lab at the University of Utah last week. 

Students were able to handle different organs and see how medical students and anatomists work on cadavers.  It was very interesting and a great educational opportunity for the students.

AVIATION PROGRAM TOURS DUNCAN AVIATION

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

Our aviation classes toured the Duncan Aviation Corporate Aircraft Maintenance Faculty today. It is a family owned and operated business since 1950. It is a beautiful brand new facility.  They showed the students the many things they offer corporate businesses that have planes. They can fuel, paint, build cabinets, any form of complete airplane retrofits that someone may want, they also service and bring any inspection items up to date.

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