It's Beginning to Look A lot Like Christmas

Shelley Heaton

A LOT of work and preparation has gone in to the Robotics Department Light Show adorning the halls here at the ALC.  These few pictures are just a sneak peak on what you will see when you come to experience this light show first hand. It is definitely worth your time to come check out what has been going on in the halls here at the ALC. 


The Robotics teacher, Mrs. Khristen Massic, along with her students have orchestrated our holiday light show and will have it up and running for Code Girl day. The show will running all school day on December 8th (7:45-3:15) and continuing thru the 22nd. 
We are planning on having a night show on December 15th from 5:30 until 7:30.  Families and students are welcome to come by and enjoy all the hard work these classes and students have put into this project. It is free to the public.

As well as the night show, we have some of the local Assisted Living Facilities and preschools coming to enjoy the lights during the day while the light show is running. If you would like to schedule a time to bring a group, please feel free to call the ALC at 801-489-2833.
Huge "SHOUT OUT" to the key players, who spear-headed this project to make it so successful.
These key players being: Connor Widtfeldt, a senior at Springville High School spearheading the light show project with Patrick Hansen, senior at Maple Mountain High School, Garrik Minson, senior at Spanish Fork High School, and Quade Bunker, junior at Salem Hills High School, all assisting with the set-up.
Forty-eight Robotics students and ten Engineering Design and Development students from all five high schools are working to create the choreographed sequences for the show.  Huge "Kudos" to our Robotics instructor, Mrs. Massic, for all the time,planning,patience and supervision of this huge feat.