ALC CAPS presence at CAPS Summer Huddle

Submitted by shelley.heaton on Wed, 06/29/2022 - 09:23

CAPS now has over 80 affiliates in 4 countries! #NeboCAPS is thrilled to be able to stand side by side with these amazing educators who are working to transform learning in and out of the classroom.

CAPS Summer Huddle 2022, St Louis, is a great success so far for Mrs. Hair and Mrs. Hansen. From meeting Erik Lindbergh, grandson of Charles Lindbergh, to new friends from Kuwait and around the globe, we are learning how to bring community into the classroom and profession-based learning to our next group of NeboCAPS students this fall.

Attributions
Amy Ewell, Ronda Hair

"Best of State" Awarded to Amy Ewell At The ALC

Submitted by shelley.heaton on Tue, 06/21/2022 - 07:36

Congratulations to Amy Ewell and her Digital Marketing students at the Advanced Learning Center!  Mrs. Ewell was just awarded "Best In State" for having the highest course CTE certification test average in Utah.  Her Digital Marketing students averaged 90% on end-of-year skills testing.  The average score for the State of Utah is 77%.  Mrs. Ewell received her award at the Business, Finance, and Marketing Educator's CTE Conference.

Way to go students and Congratulations to Mrs. Ewell for a job well done.

Attributions
Shelley Heaton. Photo of state recognition by Robyn Dunn

Grip Tape Challenge Winners Each Receive $500

Submitted by amy.ewell on Thu, 06/09/2022 - 18:15

Nine ALC CAPS students were recently selected to participate in the GripTape Learning Challenge in Mrs. Ewell's Business & Media Production Capstone class.  Students were awarded $500 each to pursue something they're passionate about learning.  Students will also be mentored by Griptape for a 10-week period to support them in seizing control of their own learning. 

Several students previously earned this grant including McKay Ewell (4k drone) and Akaysha Murphy (cosmetology supplies).  All total our Business CAPS students have received $5500 to pursue their learning!

ALC students are using their funds to pursue a variety of learning opportunities:

Attributions
Amy Ewell

$6000 Gene Haas Grant Awarded To The ALC

Submitted by amy.ewell on Thu, 06/09/2022 - 17:41

The Advanced Learning Center in Salem Utah was recently awarded a $6,000 scholarship by the Gene Haas Foundation.

Gene Haas Foundation’s Scholarship Grant program’s primary goal is to build skills in the manufacturing industry by providing scholarships for CNC machinist training and CNC machining-based engineering programs and support of FIRST Robotics Teams.

The ALC is excited to award scholarships to Jones Lewis, Isaac Webster, and Logan Kennard. Each of these students has been very involved in the FIRST Robotics Team at the ALC and they will be continuing their education in related fields.  The recipients are excellent students that have contributed to the success of the FIRST Robotics Team and other programs here at the ALC.

Attributions
Ronda Hair