Every school would be lost without the counselors at their school. This is true at the ALC as well.
Annette Pukahi is one of a kind. She is always trying to think of ways to make things better for the students by helping to ensure their school classes are the most beneficial to their future.
The Salem Hills High School PTSA has, "adopted" the ALC because they realized we do not have a PTSA of our own.
This past weekend we were surprised with a "HEART- ATTACK" of streamers, hearts, and goodies.
They are so thoughtful to bring us Goodies on Mondays as well.
HUGE THANKS, AND SHOUT OUT TO THE MEMBERS OF THE SHHS PTSA FOR BRIGHTENING UP OUR LIVES !!
These lovely ladies are:
President: Shanell Carroll
Secretary: Laurine Jack
Treasurer: Shelly George
We may not have seen the famous groundhog today to give us clues of whether we're in for a long winter or not, BUT we did see a robot from the Robotics class wonder into the office to wish us a Happy Groundhog Day!!
Thank you to Mr. Rawlings Robotics class for the sweet "THANK YOU" .
HAPPY GROUNDHOGS DAY FROM THE ALC TO YOU!!
You can see and learn just about anything while walking down the halls here at the ALC.
This happened on Tuesday while I was walking down the hall. I noticed many of Mr. Talbots class in the IDF room. (The Intermediate Distribution Frame where all of the networking equipment for the Peaks Center is housed)
Everyone at the ALC LOVES T-Shirt Friday!
It's fun to see how many students and teachers show their ALC pride!! (Some even end up looking like twinners).
THANKS FOR ALL OF YOU WHO SHOW YOUR ALC SPIRIT!
Featured in the picture are Ms. Grant and Ms. Massic, and Eve Call and Lydia Ruttenbur.
For the past three days, the student body at the ALC has shrunk in size... LITERALLY!
The halls were full of children ranging from 3-month twins to 4-year-olds, all going to attend Ms. Keetch's Human Development Class.
It was so fun to see all of the darling little kids and to watch the ALC students learn about how different and unique each stage in life is. At one point, one of the children hopped up on the stool and had everyone's attention as he told them all about his life from a toddler's viewpoint.
Sometimes when you have a big review of Anatomy and Physiology, you just need to have a grilled cheese sandwich to help get those brain waves engaged.
Ms. Grant classes are engaging their brains getting ready for a big test on things they have learned this chapter.
The Health Science classes that she teaches are always filled with a lot of brain power and a lot of very hard-working students.
We are so lucky to have her as a teacher and to be part of our team here at the ALC. Thank you, Ms. Grant, For making Health Science learning so enjoyable.