ALC RECORDS RELEASE ANOTHER GREAT ONE

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton- Brandon Arnold

The ALC ManStag Records  released another cover today.

Here's our newest recording: https://alcrecords.bandcamp.com/album/tree-by-the-river

The Artists for this  new release are: 

Garrett Huffaker: Vocals 
Erin Durfee: Drums 
Nick Nez: Bass 
Issac Hodson: Keyboards 
Brandon Arnold: Guitars, Tambourine 

Recorded at The Barn, February-March 2017

JR. HIGH DAY At ALC

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

Tuesday, March 7th, The ALC hosted a Jr. High Day fieldtrip. This was a great opportunity for any Jr. High aged Student in the Nebo School District to attend the ALC and learn more about the classes offered and what that class may entail.

It was a busy, fun day. It always such a fun day for us to host! 

The students are so excited to come and the instructors have fun "showing off" what their classes have to offer. 

ALC HOSTS 2 NIGHT OPEN HOUSE

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

On March 6th &7th, the ALC hosted and OPEN HOUSE for all of those who wanted to learn more about what our school has to offer.

The instructors of our classes, the staff, along with pilots from UVU, and even Miss Salem, were in attendance to answer any questions or concerns on what classes would be beneficial to help students succeed the best way possible. 

Code to Success Program Offering Free Summer Camp

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton- Megan Ware/ Code To Success Program manager Manager

Code to Success is still accepting applications! This is a wonderful opportunity for students to get a coding base and join our computer science classes and program. Students will learn HTML, Java Script, CSS and have a brief introduction to Ruby on Rails.

Free CODE TO SUCCESS summer program.
9 WEEKS—3 LANGUAGES—0 DOLLARS

ALC OPEN HOUSE- MARCH 6 & 7

The ALC is holding an Open House on March 6 & March 7. From 4:30-7:00.

This is a great time to come by and see what the ALC has to offer your student.

There will be door prizes and a drawing that will be held on March 30th from the names entered that night and throughout the month.

Some of the instructors will be here and you will be able to tour the classrooms and ask any questions you may have about our programs.

The Counselor, Annette Pukahi will be on hand to help you register your student, or answer questions you may have.

Engineering Students Build Bridges

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton, Kristen Massic

Principles of Engineering students built bridges as the conclusion of the materials and structures unit. These students discussed various types of trusses, calculated force vectors and moments, and calculated truss forces. Students were able to design their own trusses, build them, and then calculate the efficiency after testing.

There are always fun and exciting things going on Mrs. Massic Classes. 

Registration is coming upon us for 2017-2018 year. Make sure you get signed up if this is something you would be interested in doing.

SheTech Explorer Day is this Friday

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton- UVU

SHETECH EXPLORER DAYS MARCH 2017

Register now for SheTech Explorer Day where high school girls innovate and create, experience technology, work with mentors, get access to internships and receive certificates. And the best part, this is industry-led, the companies that need our students in the future are helping inspire them today.

Robotics Class Cannot Tell A Lie

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton- Khristen Massic. Photos by Khristen Massic

 Mrs. Massics Robotics classes have been busy playing with Electricity.  The Robotics students learned about electricity and Ohm's Law by creating parallel and series circuits with their bodies. A generator was used to generate small amounts of electricity so that students were able to feel the current flowing their bodies in each type of circuit. After learning about electricity including how to do circuit calculations, students then built their own lie detectors.  The students had a lot of fun building these and testing them out. 

THE ALC IS MOVING

Attributions: 
Shelley heaton

With Registration coming upon us, The ALC is excited to announce we'll be moving to Salem, for the 2017-2018 school year!  We are thrilled about the move and can't wait for all the of the fun changes that will be put into play at our new location.  With the new space we'll be able to add more courses for next year, including Aviation, Manufacturing, Criminal Justice, and Teacher Education.  

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