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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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IS SANTA REAL

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

The office ladies had the cutest visitor yesterday that came into the office.   She came to ask us the age-old question of, " Is Santa Real"?

That of course was an easy question for us to answer because the "Big Man's" office is housed here at the ALC!

She was able to see first hand that he is real and very busy.

Alyvia, was made an honorary elf and given her very own elf hat by one of Santa's helpers.

 

THANK YOU ALYVIA FOR BRINGING THE MAGIC OF CHRISTMAS TO THE ALC AS SEEN THROUGH A CHILD'S EYE'S!!!  

 

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton- ALC faculty and staff

We at the ALC would like to wish you and your families a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Enjoy your break.

Classes will resume on January 2nd.   It will be a "B" day

The Santa Countdown Begins

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

If you want to know if you are on the "Naughty List" or the "Nice List", all you need to do is come to the ALC.

Santa is sitting in his office that is housed here making his list. 

The students have been having a grand time, checking the list, and checking it twice, to make sure they are on the "NICE" list.  A few of us at the ALC may be in trouble because we have somehow managed to make it on the  "Naughty" List. (We will not name names, but they are aware of their status in Santa's eyes right now.)

Top That Christmas Tree Competition

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

The ALC has a competition going on that has been very fun watching evolve. On each side of the school, there is a Christmas tree set up for the different classes located on that side to decorate as a team. The students were supposed to come up with decorations that either represented their class, or that was made as a result of something they could use in their class. It has been very fun to see the creativeness that the students have had.

ALC Tours Microsoft Building

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

The ALC students were able to go and tour the Microsoft building. The students were not able to tour the building, but see everyday workings going on, and ask questions.

It was a very informative field trip for these students.

Thank you to Microsoft for allowing these students this opportunity.

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NEW TEACHER FEATURE

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

The ALC was excited to be able to offer an Architecture & Design class this year. We were even more excited to have the teacher attached to that class, joining the ALC faculty. The new teacher is Adriane Wilson

Adriane was born and raised in Orem, Utah. Attended Timpanogos High School. Then studied Earth and Space Science Education at Brigham Young University. Served an LDS mission in Slovenia. Later went to the University of Utah for a Master’s degree in architecture, and after which, became a licensed architect.

Creative Corsage

Attributions: 
Shelley heaton, Ronda Hair

Creative ALC student Kieran Grant put in over time to create a one of a kind corsage for his prom date.

Kieran 3-D printed the corsage and then hand painted the details. His date was very impressed by his work.

Way to go Kieran.  Way to show us what can happen when you use you imagination and the resources here at the ALC.

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