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ALC Counselor Highlight

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton
ALC Counselor Highlight

Annette Pukahi is the counselor here at the ALC. With it being Counselor Week we would like to highlight Annette.  Annette has worked for the ALC since 2013. She previously worked at UVU before she came to the ALC.  She has 4 children, 3 sons, and 1 daughter.

Creative Ways to study Medical root words

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Photos by Natalie Grant
Creative Ways to study Medical root words

This week our Medical Terminology classes are learning different ways to study root words. It is fun to see how creative Ms. Grant gets in helping these students learn the words and meanings necessary to the students learning the knowledge they will need to succeed in the class.  

 

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Human Development class learns about The Developing Child

Human Development class learns about The Developing Child

Ms. Keetch Pschy 1100, human Development class have been learning about the Developing Child in their class recently. This past week we were privileged to have a bunch of very cute, little people grace the halls of the ALC.

    • The students have been learning to explore child development, the biological and psychological changes that occur in children as they grow.

     

    New Teacher Feature Adam Barlow

    Attributions: 
    Shelley Heaton
    New Teacher Feature Adam Barlow
    The ALC was lucky to have a new teacher this year, Mr. Adam Barlow.  Mr. Barlow teaches our Principles of Engineering and Engineering Design and Development Classes. 
     
     
    Mr. Barlow attended Brigham Young University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Technology and Engineering Education. Mr. Barlow also has the following endorsements: Project Lead the Way Intro to Engineering Design, and Technology & Engineering Education. 

    UTAH CTE RECOGNIZES ONE OF OUR OWN ALC TEACHERS FOR TEACHER TUESDAY

    Attributions: 
    Shelley Heaton
    UTAH  CTE RECOGNIZES ONE OF OUR OWN ALC TEACHERS FOR TEACHER TUESDAY

    Teacher Tuesday: Meet Natalie Grant
    Natalie is an Advanced Health Science instructor at the Nebo Advanced Learning Center (ALC) where she teaches Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, EMR, and Medical Forensics. Here is what was said about her.

    PMI Northern Utah Chapter is offering three scholarships to Juniors and Seniors

    Attributions: 
    Shelley Heaton. Chris Thomas
     PMI Northern Utah Chapter is offering three scholarships to Juniors and Seniors

    PMI, Project Management Institute, is the international non-profit association for advancing the profession of project management. The PMI Northern Utah Chapter is offering three scholarships, $2000, $1000, and $500, to outstanding Utah students who demonstrate an interest in project management.

    “A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result.” -Project Management Institute (PMBOK Guide)

    SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST: YOUTUBE VIDEO SUBMISSION

    Sterling Scholars

    Attributions: 
    Shelley Heaton
    Sterling Scholars

    CONGRATULATIONS TO STUDENTS WHO ATTEND THE ALC WHO RECEIVED STERLING SCHOLAR IN THEIR HOME HIGH SCHOOL

    Dallin Burton                           Dylan Mitchell                    Rachel Weber   

    Ladd Davis                              Emma Wilson                    Gavin Lamb

    Emma Young                           Zachary Foster                 Jessica Hoschouer

    Ethan Gunn                             Natalya Love                     Daniel Tinoco

    Megan Hansen                        Brianna Rogers

    Mock Trials

    Attributions: 
    Shelley Heaton. Amy Ewell
    Mock Trials

     

    Robotics class enter the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

    Attributions: 
    Shelley Heaton. Eddy Rawlings
    Robotics class  enter the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest
    Our Robotics class at the ALC entered the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest that involved problem-solving and community support. This is what the process entailed:
    1- Our idea was to create a Search and Rescue Team 
    2- Robotics would build a robot to enter dangerous areas or buildings to survey the area for people and damages.
    3- Emergency Medical Response students would set up a triage to treat injured individuals.

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