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The ALC Health Science classes have been VERY excited to now have an Anatomage table in their lab. It has been such a boost to their hands-on learning experience. The features and ability to do what they can on this new table will help them by leaps and bounds.
This table is like a huge iPad where you can actually take layer after layer off and study each layer of the virtual body until you eventually are just down to the bones. IT IS AWESOME!
It was an exciting day for ALC students Cedar Gasser and Caleb Fausett. The ALC CAPS Digital Media program, under the direction of Preston Powell (CAPS Instructor), had the privilege of designing a new logo for Salem City. The CAPS students have worked on this project for several months and they were very excited to submit the final designs to Mayor Christensen, the city council and the city employees for approval.
The design pictured was the final selection.
Congratulations to the ALC CAPS Digital Media.
With Valentines Day here, we wanted to let our faculty and staff know just how much we love them and appreciate all they do throughout the year.
So what is the best way to say "Thank you"?!?...... CHOCOLATE, of course.
We set up a fondue chocolate bar for them to come in during lunch so they could relax, laugh and talk with each other. There was a variety of yummy treats to dip in the chocolate and many went back for seconds and thirds.
It was a great way to let those who work here at the ALC how much we love and appreciate them.
Thank you all!
The Huntsman Education Awards reward bright and capable individuals working in Utah’s public schools. By celebrating these individuals, the awards seek to inspire current educators and to rekindle interest in the teaching profession among young people. Eleven winners will be selected in recognition of their outstanding contributions to Utah’s public school system and each will receive $10,000, donated by the Huntsman family.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival Touring Company will be performing Romeo and Juliet Monday evening, March 16, 2020, at 7 p.m. at Springville High School. This performance is free to the public. All ninth-graders are studying Romeo and Juliet in their English classes this year.