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PMI Northern Utah Chapter is offering three scholarships to Juniors and Seniors

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Chris Thomas

PMI, Project Management Institute, is the international non-profit association for advancing the profession of project management. The PMI Northern Utah Chapter is offering three scholarships, $2000, $1000, and $500, to outstanding Utah students who demonstrate an interest in project management.

“A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result.” -Project Management Institute (PMBOK Guide)

SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST: YOUTUBE VIDEO SUBMISSION

Sterling Scholars

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

CONGRATULATIONS TO STUDENTS WHO ATTEND THE ALC WHO RECEIVED STERLING SCHOLAR IN THEIR HOME HIGH SCHOOL

Dallin Burton                           Dylan Mitchell                    Rachel Weber   

Ladd Davis                              Emma Wilson                    Gavin Lamb

Emma Young                           Zachary Foster                 Jessica Hoschouer

Ethan Gunn                             Natalya Love                     Daniel Tinoco

Megan Hansen                        Brianna Rogers

Mock Trials

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Amy Ewell

 

Robotics class enter the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Eddy Rawlings
Our Robotics class at the ALC entered the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest that involved problem-solving and community support. This is what the process entailed:
1- Our idea was to create a Search and Rescue Team 
2- Robotics would build a robot to enter dangerous areas or buildings to survey the area for people and damages.
3- Emergency Medical Response students would set up a triage to treat injured individuals.

From the Student to becoming the Teacher

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Photos by Alan Albright

It is always fun to see the students mature in their learning. This past week Mr. Albright's Education class hit the point where he had the students become the teachers. Each student was given the time to plan and teach the other students just like they would in an elementary classroom setting. It is so amazing how far these students have come from the first of the year.  

 

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Intro to Education gets Christmas fun ready

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Photos by Alan Albright

Mr. Albrights Intro to Education class stayed very busy before Christmas coming up with Christmas crafts and ideas that could be used in an Elementary classroom. The students had a lot of fun making Poinsettias, Christmas Trees, and many other fun things to take to the classes they help with.  It's always some fun thing going on in that class. Mr. Albright keeps them very engaged every class period.

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EMR BANDAGING AND SPLINTS SKILLS

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Photos by Natalie Grant

EMR classes were busy passing off their bandaging and splinting techniques getting ready in case anyone had a sledding or ski injury over the Christmas Break. I knew that I would be able to call any of these students if that happened to someone I knew because they all learned the skill to perfection as you can tell from the photos.  Ms. Grant is always on top of making sure these students know and can pass off all the skills needed to be efficient Emergency Medical Responders.

Ending the Year Right

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

2018 was a great year for us at the ALC. We have amazing students and an awesome faculty and staff. We were treated to a great last week before the break by lots of people. We are so grateful for all the work and time that everyone has put into the students here at the ALC's education. So many people here work together to make sure everything is running smoothly and that every need is met.

It was such a great week with lots of new surprises every day.

We had such a great week of food, presents, laughing, and visiting.

Students visit Pilot Makers Advanced Flight Academy

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Mark Halls
Attached is a photo of 26 ACL High School Aviation students and their instructor Mark Halls from Nebo School District visiting Pilot Makers Advanced Flight Academy on December 19, 2018.
The day before, December 18, 2018, 25 students plus instructor Mark Halls visited Pilot Makers in Heber, Utah. The tour included an orientation discussion about each of the 7 different types of airplanes in the Pilot Maker fleet of airplanes, plus a tour of the airplane maintenance department. 

Trace Evidence

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Photos by Natalie Grant

Ms. Grant's students were busy gathering and inspecting evidence before Christmas break.  It is the section of Trace evidence in the Medical Forensics part of the curriculum. The students love this section and they work very hard to get all the details correct.  It is always fun to walk past this classroom and see what the students are working on.

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