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:
Calling all Juniors and Seniors for 2018-2019 school year. If you have good grades, good attendance and have currently taken or are enrolled in a CTE related class, internships may be another option for you.
Internships give students the opportuniy to explore carrers they are interested in, learn a variety of skills under the guidance of adult mentors, workin teams, solve problems, meet employers' expectations and create professional relationships.
ALC has a new addition in our new building, and we are so excited for what this means for all of the students that this new addition will affect. A redbird MCX full motion simulator, with a wrap around visual, configured as a Cessna 172 with traditional round gauges was brought and installed here at our school. Additionally four Redbird Jay Velocity PC type flight training devices have been purchased for the aviation program. For the 2018/2019 school year a Flight Simulator Course and Air Transportation Management will be added to the curriculum.
The ALC wil be holding their annual Film Festival on May 15th. Here is the information;
ALC Film Festival 2018
Submissions due by May 10th, 3:00pm
We have the most AMAZING TEACHERS here at the ALC. This week we wanted to honor them. We have had treats, dinners, signs and many other gifts to give them. We want to let them know that we appreciate all the effort and time that they put into the building of their students knowledge and hands-on learning experience to help them in the future. You will constantly see many of the teachers after hours helping a sudent that may be struggling or need extra help with a project. They always take time to help any and all students.
Caitlin Slade in Ms. Keetch's History Class, was excited when they started talking about the Vietnam War. She was excited because she has grown up hearing stories about that war, and she knows personally, a very special person, who gave time out of his life to serve our country in that horrible war. That special person is her grandfather, James Slade.
Code Camp was this past month and many of our students from the ALC attended. Code Camp is sponsored by the Mountainland CTE region, MTech, and Xactware. The students had 24 hours to design an application, create it, and on top of all that, have working a working prototype.