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The Engineering and Technology classes have been busy making their projects the month of October.
It is always so interesting to walk into the class and see how creative and talented these students are.
Both Mr. Barlow's and Ms. Wilson's class did amazing things. We are all very impressed.
WAY TO GO ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
This past week, one of our Engineering teachers, Mr. Barlow, along with our counselor, and secretary visited Springville Jr. High.
Their purpose was to tell and show the students just exactly what the students here at the ALC do, and what programs we offer at the ALC.
The 30 students attending had a hands-on demonstration from Mr. Barlow. The students loved the many things that Mr. Barlow brought with him to show them. And many expressed interest in being in the engineering classes here.
Mr. Albright's class is one that when you walk by, you are always bound to hear laughter and learning going on. Today was no exception. Mr. Albright had his teacher education classes plan physical activities that would be beneficial to students they may teach. He has them do the activities together that they plan. It is always fun to see what is going on in that part of the school.
Hands-on learning is the way to go with these students.
Every year for the past 4 years the ALC has gotten a group together to support the Salem Hills High Cross Country team' Annual Witches Run. We proudly kept the honor up again for the third year in a row as having the biggest group there for the Nebo Health and Wellness prize. WHOOT! WHOOT!
WE HAVE THE BEST GROUP OF TEACHERS AND STAFF AT THE ALC.
Business & Digital Media CAPS (Center for Advanced Professional Studies) students have been involved in a major rebranding effort for Salem City. Students have been busily creating slogans and new logos for Salem City's fleet vehicles, as well as other Salem City digital and print communications. A presentation of these designs was delivered by ALC student Sydney Ward, a Business CAPS Project Manager, on Wednesday, October 16th at the Salem City Council Meeting.
On this Boss' Day we are grateful for our principal at the ALC, Ben Ford.
Ben is universally admired by the faculty and staff of the school. He brings with him more than 20 years of educational and administrative experience, which is quite apparent in the daily operation of the school. Ben is each teacher's biggest advocate, allowing them to focus on student success. As the ALC opened its new building, he was instrumental in cultivating the welcoming culture that allows our students to thrive.
Pictured left to right are Madison Heaton, Jade Poulson, Kaylee Bishop, Rebecca Whyte, Katie Solorzano, Kaisha Passey (from SHHS), and Rachel Durfee.
On October 9, 2019, 6 girls who attend the ALC were invited to take part in the 12th Annual Women Tech Awards. It was held at the Grand America Hotel. The girls who were in attendance were Madison Heaton, Jade Poulson, Rebecca Whyte, Katie Solorzano, Rachel Durfee, and Kaylee Bishop.