Tito Momen speaks at ALC

Story and Photos by Sean Curtis

"Having problems...this is living. Don't let your problems become your prison," said Tito Momen as he spoke to ALC's Medical Forensics students this morning. We were very fortunate to have Mr. Momen as a guest today. This man was falsely imprisoned for 15 years and 15 days in the worst prison of Egypt. He taught about the justice system of Egypt so we could compare it to America's justice system. He also talked about how to get through hard times. What a great experience!

FIRST Robotics Competition

Story by Anna Palmer

Teams from nine states, Canada, and including ALC will participate in the FIRST Robotics Competition at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah, on Friday and Saturday, March 14-15. Admission and parking is free. 

This type of Robotics is termed a "Varsity Sport for the Mind" and has all the excitement of a high school championship tournament. Winners go on to an International Championship competition in St. Louis for a chance to earn $19 million in scholarships.

Stepping UP to College

Story by Anna Palmer

Representatives from many state colleges and universities will be gathered at UVU on Wednesday, March 19, 2014. You and your family may attend presentations on the importance of college and how to prepare for and pay for college. 

The presentations will be held at UVU's Sorenson Student Center from 6:00 - 8:00 pm on Wednesday, March 19th. Representatives from the following institutions will be available to answer your questions:

Sterling Scholars

Story by Anna Palmer

We want to congratulate the Sterling Scholars who attend ALC. These students balance quite a bit in addition to their classes at ALC. Way to go, students!

Maple Mountain High
Skilled & Technical Science: Tucker Lund
Visual Arts: Rachel Everett

Payson High
Business & Marketing: Rebecca Brown
Computer Technology: Alex Parker
Science: Zach Ethridge

Salem Hills High
Instrumental Music: Josh Mason

Springville High
Visual Arts: Andre Parkinson 

No ALC Classes on 2/26

Story by Anna Palmer

ALC classes will not be held on Wednesday, February 26th. It is Nebo District's Teacher Development Day. Distance Learning classes will run as normal. "A" day classes will resume on Thursday, February 27th.

Forensics Anthropology

Story and Photos by Sean Curtis

Teams of Forensics students raced to put together skeletal remains and reach their objectives. In addition to assembling the skeleton, each team had to identify and prove the gender and race.

Careening Coasters

Story and Photos by Khristen Massic

The Pre-Engineering class has been investigating the civil engineering discipline. In addition to researching various careers and opportunities related to civil engineering, students completed a civil engineering-related project. This year's class was given various supplies and instructions for building a marble roller-coaster. Using knowledge from previous math and science classes, they were to build and calculate how fast their marble traveled and identify the kinetic, potential, and mechanical energy of their final designs.

Our Distance Learning Ladies

Story by Anna Palmer, Photos by Brandon Arnold

We have two of the best Distance Learning Facilitators at ALC. They assist the 100+ students who are taking Concurrent Enrollment classes through live-interactive broadcasts from UVU. (Left to Right: Gaye, Karen)

Gaye Cook

Gaye Cook was born and raised in the quiet town of Fairview, Utah. She spent some of her growing up years in California. Gaye has been working for the Nebo School District for fifteen years and in her current position as Distance Learning Facilitator for thirteen years.

Cow Eye Dissection

Story and Photos by Sean Curtis

Today the ALC Health Science students prepared for their exam with a hands-on dissection of cow eyes.  Students were asked to identify all structures of the eye. This challenging university anatomy/physiology course is delivered by Weber State University.


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