Environmental Scientist Visits The ALC Food Truck

Submitted by amy.ewell on Sun, 05/15/2022 - 21:39

SNEAK PEEK! Our Nebo Bottle CAPS bus is nearing completion and we just hit a major milestone... WE PASSED OUR FINAL INSPECTION! We are so grateful to the Utah County Health Dept for working with our students on this bus conversion. Jay Schvaneveldt, an Environmental Health Scientist came out and spoke with our students about the importance of food safety.  He spoke to students about food safety rules and the various ways we can protect others from foodborne illnesses.  He even let one of our students test the temperature of our newly purchased sandwich top fridge!

Social Media Marketing Winners!

Submitted by amy.ewell on Sun, 05/15/2022 - 14:16

Congratulations to Mrs. Ewell's Social Media Marketing students who won their Stukent simulations!  Students in Mrs. Ewell's classroom have been competing all semester in a specially created digital marketing simulation to learn social media marketing best practices in a simulated real-world work environment.  This highly competitive, high-tech simulation, Mimic Social, is a social media marketing simulation designed to give students experience with platform-specific strategy.

STUDENTS GRADUATE WITH ASSOCIATE DEGREE FROM UVU

Submitted by shelley.heaton on Mon, 05/09/2022 - 09:00

These amazing students have taken the required credits and courses to graduate not only from their home high schools, but  they are also scheduled to graduate from UVU with  an Associate Degree.

Those who choose to walk at UVU will do this on Friday May 6th.

We just wanted to say CONGRATULATIONS to you and WELL DONE!

 

Collage 1 - Salem Hills / ALC  students featured left to right:

Row 1- Madison Heaton,  Malorie Hoover, Elizabeth Engle, Jonah Ellsworth, Kaitlyn Strobelt, 

Attributions
Shelley Heaton

Andre The Giant Competes at First Robotics

Submitted by amy.ewell on Sun, 05/08/2022 - 21:44

For three days each spring, crowds gather at the Maverick Center in West Valley to watch an event unlike any other. Their interest? Forty-two industrial-grade robots, the product of three months of hard work from High School students around the country (and even the world). An excited hum runs through the crowd, backed by the symphony of power tools in the distance.

Attributions
Sam Whitaker