The Business & Marketing Capstone class were able to put their skills to work by participating in a multi-phase research project for UHIN, Utah Health Information Network. After the research stage of the project, students were asked to participate as event staff for the 2019 HIT conference at the Viridian Center in West Jordan, Utah. Students monitored in-conference mobile app discussion boards, provided video and audio support, manned a CAPS booth, and handled all aspects of guest relations. Students were also able to hear from and engage with Lt. Gov.
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These past 2 weeks we have been honored to rub shoulders with all of the counseling departments of all the High Schools and the Jr. High Schools in the school district.
We wanted to take time out to honor and say " Thank you" to all of them. They are the driving forces to our school and we are so lucky to have them in our corner.
What we have found out through this process was that the Nebo school district has the cream of the crop when it comes to Counselors!!!
Mr. Barlow's Principles of Engineering classes are studying the projectile motion section right now. The task that was set before them was to use equations to design and calculate a catapult or seize machine or a crossbow, to be able to launch tennis balls across the room to hit a target. The students then created their own version of "Angry Birds" and went to work trying to take out the other team.
It was so much fun to see the designs that were created and the competitive nature that seemed to come out in even the quiet ones.
Nebo’s Inclement Weather Procedures
Throughout the winter months, there is an increased possibility of school disruptions due to inclement weather. This article is to give a brief overview of what to expect during an inclement weather event.
Some have asked what Nebo School District’s procedure is regarding inclement weather. Simply put, Nebo School District will be open and functioning normally throughout the winter unless parents/guardians and employees are notified otherwise.
This past Friday, students were able to travel to the point of the mountain to tour the Adobe building. They were met by friendly faces and then divided up in groups. The students were also able to talk to a group panel and ask questions about the building, about different career opportunities, and to find out the pathways, they would need to take in order to work at Adobe.
It is always a great learning experience for our students. We would like to thank Adobe for allowing our students to come and thank Ronda Hair for arranging this opportunity.
Behind the scenes at every school, there are those people who just seems to make things run smoother.
They are the support staff that helps make us the school that we are today. They show up every day and get their jobs done, always with a smile.
We would like to say " THANK YOU" to the support staff we have here at the ALC and say that without you we wouldn't be the amazing school that we are! YOU ARE AMAZING!
The CAPS classes here at the ALC held a showcase night last Thursday night. There were over 100 people in attendance. The students were able to showcase projects they have done, highlight the sponsors that have helped make projects possible, and thank the teachers who spend so much time helping them improve and learn through trial and error.
Thank you to our many sponsors, to the teachers teaching these CAPS programs, to Smith's for donating cookies, and to Ronda Hair for all of her efforts in this program.
This Thursday, November 14th, the ALC will be holding a showcase night to introduce the public to a new program here at the ALC. The new program is Nebo CAPS (Center for Advanced Professional Studies).
Come find out about the amazing opportunities for student growth as they engage with local community partners to solve real-world problems. Let us show you how we are changing the old school into a new school through experiential learning. Limited seats are available for the fall of 2020 - You don’t want to miss this!