The Nebo Afterschool Program held their Lights On Event on Monday, November 6th at the ALC Building.
It was a Harry Potter themed night and brought lots of wizards and muggles in for a night of fun and magic.
The Afterschool Program Coordinators from 8 different schools in the Nebo School District, all came together to host this event.
This is a very special week here at the ALC as we are holding our College Application Week. We will acquaint all our students with the importance of preparing and going to college throughout the week.
A college education is a key to your future, which can be anything from a one-year certificate to a four-year degree and beyond.We will have tables set up in our main hallway with college materials for anyone to look at and take home
The schedule of events for our College Week is as follows:
Recently the History classes here at the ALC had some people from history visit. These visitors gave stories and details of their lives. Some were quite elaborately dressed for their time period.
They also had a week of storytelling where different groups told their version of history with whatever props they had on hand.
It was fun to see the creativeness the students used in recreating History.
If you were to walk through the halls here at the ALC, you would very likely hear excitement and learning coming from Mrs. Keetch's classroom. There is always something going on in her classes.
Recently Mrs. Keeetch's Psychology classes held a " Sensory Day". There were different stations set up around the room targeting different sensory stimulators. The students had fun learning and walked away from the "Sensory Day" with a different perspective on how things work.
We are very lucky to have Cici Keetch here along with her fun way of learning.
Every year Mr. Powell's 3D Graphic students model, texture and carve pumpkins and place them in a spooky scene to be lit and rendered. This project teaches students how to work in a 3D production pipeline, going from concept to completion. This was a fun project and best of all no pumpkin guts to clean up.
The featured pictures are provided by the following students:
Payson High school will be hosting a College and Financial Aid Night.
It will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 8th form 4-7 PM. It is a great night to find out more information about colleges, apprenticeships, ALC, Regents Scholarships, Sterling Scholar, and Military options.
There will also be help with FASFA available that night as well.
It is open to the public. They will have Waffle Luv, Taco Truck, DevPoint Coding School, West Point Academy & Daniels Fund at the event as well.
WE CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW THE DIRT IS GONE........thanks to our amazing Janitor, Chad Carter. Chad is new to the ALC this year and we are lucky to have him.
Chad grew up in Payson, and graduated from Payson High School. He has been Married to his lovely wife, Jessica (Mikesell) Carter, for 14 years now. They have 2 children, Lexi who is 9 and a total daddy's girl, and Gavin who is 2 and can't wait to go hunting with his dad.
Anytime Mr. Albright's Teacher Education class is in session, you can guarantee that something will be happening that deals with team building and unity. These students look forward to this class. Mr. Albright has guest speakers come into the class as well, giving them first-hand experiences to learn from.
Mr. Albright is new to the ALC and we are very fortunate to have Mr. Alan Albright as part of our ALC team.
His "perm-a-grin" is very contagious and his laugh is as well. He always has a smile and a "hello" for everyone.