Blood Spatter Lab

Submitted by shelley.heaton on Mon, 05/02/2022 - 11:08

Students in Medical Forensics had a great time learning about blood spatter and then creating their own blood spatter.   

Students picked two types of spatter that they wanted to create.  Students had to figure out what instruments they would need to make the spatter look realistic.

Suzette Hartvigsen. Shelley Heaton

ALC CAPS Student Designs New Nebo Online Website!

Submitted by amy.ewell on Sun, 05/01/2022 - 17:52

Nebo Online Learning Summit (NOLS) has a much-needed, new website thanks to David Wadley, our district webmaster, and Koa Graham a Nebo CAPS student at The Advanced Learning Center (ALC).  Koa, a student in the Business & Media Production CAPS class, worked closely with the NOLS team, David Wadley, and his teacher, Amy Ewell, to create a beautifully designed site for all our Nebo Online Programs. 

Amy Ewell


Happy ALC Administrative Assistant Week!

Submitted by amy.ewell on Wed, 04/27/2022 - 15:39

We are so thankful for our amazing secretaries and administrative assistants at The Advanced Learning Center/Peaks Center.  Without them, we would quite literally be lost on a day-to-day basis!  From helping students with registration, attendance, the occasional bandaid, or fielding endless questions (from teachers, parents, and students), our administrative assistants keep smiling and working to make the ALC and NOLS an amazing place to be.  We are thankful every day for all they do for us, our students, and Nebo School District. 


Submitted by shelley.heaton on Fri, 04/22/2022 - 13:50


Happy Earth Day!!

Earth Day is an annual celebration that honors the achievements of the environmental movement and raises awareness of the need to protect Earth’s natural resources for future generations. Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 in the United States and on either April 22 or the day the spring equinox occurs throughout the rest of the world. It is celebrated on April 22 or on the day that the spring equinox occurs throughout the rest of the world.

Shelley Heaton