Halloween Roams The Halls

Submitted by shelley.heaton on Fri, 10/29/2021 - 13:14

There were many spooks and some really creative costumes roaming the halls of the ALC today.

Many students were sporting some kind of Halloween attire, whether it be a fun Halloween t-shirt or a full-on decked-out costume.

 It's always so fun to see what the students come up with. Here are just a few of the students and teachers with their cotumes.

Thanks for the great fun day.

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Shelley Heaton

Becoming A Network Pro At The ALC

Submitted by amy.ewell on Sat, 10/23/2021 - 10:58

Our Network Pro and RepairWare business students are working hard to improve their IT skills this semester.  Mr. Talbot's Network Pro class has been working on building different network media types.  They built ethernet cables, coax cables, and fused fiber optics.   Network Pro helps students gain the knowledge and skills they need to install, configure, and maintain a network for a small business.

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Gerald Talbot

UCAW Week A Success

Submitted by shelley.heaton on Wed, 10/20/2021 - 14:22

UCAW, Utah College Application Week, was a huge hit at the Advanced Learning Center.  From the door decorations, the amazing competitions between faculty and staff, to the many students that applied to colleges, it was a fun week to be had by all.

Huge "Thank You" to Ms. Grant for the effort she put into this week. 

Congratulations to the Seniors that have applied and are taking steps to succeed in their futures.

 

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Shelley Heaton

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Patrice Bole Visits Criminal Justice Classes

Submitted by shelley.heaton on Wed, 10/20/2021 - 13:56

Every year the Criminal Justice classes get the privilege of having Patrice Bolen, from the UVU Police Academy, come and talk to the students about programs and opportunities that are available.

She brings a little friend with her, a mannequin called Collin D. Cops.

 It is always fun to see her wheeling Collin through the doors in his stroller. 

 Thank You to Patrice for taking time out of her schedule to help educate our students.

 

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Shelley Heaton