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Unfortunately in life change is evident. This is something all of us have to deal with at one time or another.
At the end of this school year, we had to say goodbye to two of our ALC family.
Our counselor, Annette Pukahi and our T.V. Broadcasting/Audio teacher, Brandon Arnold will be leaving the ALC. It is with sad hearts to have to say goodbye to these 2, but they will never be forgotten.
Mr. Talbot's A+ Computer Repair and also the Networking Fundamentals class took their certification test last week and passed with flying colors!
We are so proud of all of you that passed. CONGRATULATIONS!
Thank you, Mr. Talbot, for empowering our students with knowledge.
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The Medical Forensics classes were involved in a crime scene that happened at the ALC. The classes worked hard to come up with a scenario, stage the evidence and then investigate the crime using all of the techniques they have learned this past semester. It is very important to make sure that when investigating a crime scene, you as the medical forensic, do not miss any of the important facts that have been left behind by the person who committed the crime. A small tiny fact missed could mean a killer could walk away.
The faculty and staff would like to say CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES to the 675 seniors representing all 5 high schools, who attended the ALC this 2019-2020 school year.
May you write your own future and may you accomplish all those things you wish to accomplish. We are so proud of you.
Thank you for being part of the ALC family, and we wish you the best of luck in your endeavors!
- FROM THE ALC FACULTY AND STAFF
Just wanted to remind students again that there are only 2 days left of classes here at the ALC. Friday, May 17th is the LAST day of classes held at the ALC. Please make sure all of your books and assignments are turned in by the end of classes on that date as well.
THANKS FOR A GREAT SCHOOL YEAR!!
The students in Mr. Robinson's Criminal Law classes have been busy reviewing evidence, gathering testimonies, and getting ready to have a mock trial here at the ALC. This is one of the sections they have been learning in their classes.
The Medical terminology class students have a ton of medical terms that they need to memorize before the term is over. Ms. Grant always comes up with clever and unique ways to help the students not only learn these terms but imprint them in their brains by hand-eye techniques.
One of these ways is to use banana grams to spell the words out. By doing this they not only learn the spelling, but they see it, then remember it.
The Medical Forensics class have been learning about Blood Spatter Analysis the past weeks.
Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (BPA) is the study and analysis of bloodstains at a known or suspected crime scene with the purpose of drawing conclusions about the nature, timing and other details of the crime. It is one of the several specialties of forensic science.