These three ladies have been very busy trying to make sure all the students that needed to take the accuplacer tests in order to place in a class, were given the opportunity. Since the start of summer up until today, these ladies have proctored more than 700+ units of math, and english to the students from the 5 different High Schools.
All three, recently successfully completed and passed the ACCUPLACER CERTIFICATE OF TEST ADMINISTRATION test and are eligible to continue proctoring the Accuplacer tests at the ALC.
WAY TO GO LADIES!
Ms. Keetch's Pschology clases have been studying the 5 Senses this past week. In conjunction with learning about them, through discussion and making visual aids, the students were divided into 5 diferent groups for each sense, and given an interactive project to help the students understand their senses more indepth.
It was a very interesting experience for some of the students.
It's always so fun to see what will happen next in Ms. Keetch's classroom
The Emergency Medical Responder class practiced then passed off the different emergency transfer carry maneuvers that they may need to use in order to move a victim in an accident.
The students always learn a lot doing this skills test. They also have fun in the process.
Ms. Grant does an excelexce job getting these students certified and ready to be the best possible Emergency Medical Responders they can be.
NEBO SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND PROPOSAL MEETINGS
If you have questions or are wondering about the Bond information here are dates to come find out more info.
The next one is coming up on the 3 of October.
Come hear about the 2018 bond proposal at any of the following meeting dates:
9/26: Payson High School
10/3: Springville High School
10/4: Spanish Fork High School
**All meetings will be held from 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the library of each school.
There will be a Substance Abuse PreventionTraining today. There will be a private workshop today at 12 noon-4:30 pm A MMHS Auditorium for law enforcements, probation officers, school administration, teachers, treatment providers and counselors.
The second session is the Comunity Presentation and it will be held @ 6-7:30 pm @ MMHS Auditorium.
Mrs. Ewell's class has been examining the role of innovation and entrepreneurship activity to society and the economy. To illustrate the differences in operating under different economic systems her classes played Socialist and Communist versions of the traditional Monopoly game.
Last year at the ALC, we were lucky to have the ability to offer new courses. Some of those courses were the different aviation classes. We were even more lucky to get Mr. Mark Halls to teach these courses.
Mr. Halls is one that the students really connect to and who is very engaged in his students learning. With the fun arrival of the new flight simulator that was delivered close to the end of last school year, the Aviation department has "taken flight", and is now the newest and greatest class that most of the students want to be a part of.
Students and parents, just wanted to remind you that on MONDAY THE 17th OF SEPTEMBER, the ALC will NOT be holding classes. Your home high schools will be having an A day schedule and WILL still be holding classes.
Tuesday the 18th we will resume classes here at the ALC, and it will be a "B" day.