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Mrs. Gurley

Attributions: 
Story by Anna Palmer

Mrs. Sherri Gurley is ALC's English 1010 (CE) teacher. She was born in Provo, then after four years raised in Spokane, Washington. Four more years later, her family moved back to Utah. She currently resides with her husband of thirty-two years in Payson, Utah. Mrs. Gurley is mother to three children and grandmother to six.

ALC's New Counselor

Attributions: 
Story by Anna Palmer

Annette Pukahi comes to us after five years as UVU's Academic Advisor in Concurrent Enrollment. Annette grew up in the greater Seattle area and then attended college at BYU-Hawaii where she met her husband.  She received her bachelor's degree from BYU-Hawaii and worked as an Academic Advisor there for four years. Annette and her husband moved to Utah in 2000. They have four children and reside in Orem. While working at UVU, Annette was awarded "Specialty Advisor of the Year - 2011" and completed her master's degree at the University of Phoenix.

Making Slime at ALC

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Story and Photos by Khristen Massic

In Mrs. Massic's Materials and Processes class, students made two types of slime. First, they experimented with combining polymers and cross-linkers. Then they combined hot water soluble polyvinyl alcohol bags and a borax solution. Students added in food-safe dyes, turning the slimes all different colors.

Mr. Dougan's Lightning Machine

Attributions: 
Story by Anna Palmer, Photos by Richard Dougan

In Mr. Dougan's computer classes, students saw with their own eyes how electricity travels without wires -- wireless electricity. When a lightning machine is touched, electricity becomes grounded giving it a path of least resistance to travel through. This process shows how information can be sent through air, or in other words, how electricity travels wirelessly. 

Mr. Dougan

Attributions: 
Story by Anna Palmer, Photos by Brandon Arnold

Mr. Richard Dougan, our computer and network technician teacher, is in his second year of teaching at ALC. Born in Salt Lake City, Mr. Dougan grew up in Nevada, but has also lived in Hawaii, South Dakota, Wisconsin and England. He and his wife of thirty-four years, Elizabeth, have three boys and currently reside in Spanish Fork.

Materials & Processes Lab

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Story and Pictures by Khristen Massic

Recently in our Materials and Processes class, Mrs. Massic assisted her students in conducting the lab, "Glass Bead on a Wire". 

Humanities 1010 Creative Projects

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Story and Photos by Karen Wilcox

During the first week of class, Humanities 1010 students were assigned a creative project. First, students decided which art form they would like to work with. Possibilities included writing a poem, short story, or one-act play; drawing or painting a picture; composing, performing, and/or recording a short piece of music; sculpting in clay, wood, soap or metal; or whatever medium they chose.

A Different Kind of Jack O'Lantern

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Story and Photos by Preston Powell

Around Halloween each year, Mr. Powell’s 3D Modeling students create models of and carve pumpkins for the annual 3D Jack o’lantern competition. By completing this assignment, students demonstrate that their abilities to model, extrude and manipulate objects in a 3D environment. A few of this year’s submissions are shown. Not everyone gets to carve jack o'lanterns without touching slimy pumpkin guts! Lucky students!

One Minute Commercials

Attributions: 
Story and Pictures by Anna Palmer

Recently in Mr. Arnold's TV Production 2 class, students were given the assignment of producing mock one-minute commercials. One group of students decided to endorse the wonderful features of gaff tape. Another group created their own faction and used the commercial to campaign for them. What creative students we have here!

EMS Students - Airway Management Skills

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Photo by Sean Curtis. Story by Anna Palmer.

Today EMS students in Mr. Curtis' class brushed up their skills for an upcoming airway management skills test. This test required proficiency in: Rescue Ventilations, Two-person Bag-Valve-Mask, Ventilations, Choking Patients, Suctioning, and Oral Airway Adjuncts. All students had to demonstrate that they were proficient with adult, child, and infant patients. Someday these students will be saving lives!

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