ALC CTE STUDENTS OF THE WEEK- WEEK 2

Submitted by shelley.heaton on Thu, 02/17/2022 - 08:47
collage of CTE students

These week CTE students of the week are a great group of students!   Check out our ALC Instagram page for more photos and fun!

  • Parker Coe is an 11th grader here.  Her teacher stated that Parker is an ace architect and engineer.  She has taken Intro to Engineering Design, Architectural Design & Engineering Principles  
  • Brenner Shepherd is a senior. His teacher said this about him. " Brenner's positive attitude and confident nature is an asset to the ALC.  He is always willing to get to work and add value to the class."   Brennen has taken Network+, Digital Media I, Gaming Dev Fund , A+ (Comp Repair/Maint), Business Law, Social Media Marketing, CJ 1010 Criminal Justice & Business & Marketing Capstone here at the ALC.
  • Dakota Bishop is a senior this year. Her Woods teacher said, " Dakota is a hard worker and takes on multiple challenges very well."  She has taken CNC Woods 1, Woods 1 & Woods 3
  • Miriam Kelly is a junior this year. Her teacher stated, " Miriam’s work is always top-notch.  Her dedication to getting her work done, and done well, is a testament to her character." her classes include, 1010 Criminal Justice, 1330 Criminal Law, 1350 Med Forensics, Emergency Med Responder & Medical Terminology.
  • Zach Huish is a senior this year and has been in all of Mr. Harmer's Collision Classes. Mr. Harmer said, "Zach is a fantastic Auto collision, refinish and paint student.  He has even surprised himself with his impressive skills."
  • Sterling Shoemaker is a senior this year.  Ms. Ewell said, "Sterling is a dedicated Business & Marketing CAPS student with amazing video and editing skills.  He is a valuable member of the CAPS team!  " The CTE classes he has taken here are, Business Law, Entrepreneurship, Social Media Marketing & Business & Marketing Capstone  

DID YOU KNOW?

2020/2021 CTE Facts: 

Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs)

  • CTSOs help students develop leadership skills and positive work values, while reinforcing the Career and Technical Education curriculum.
  • Eight student organizations include: DECA, Educators Rising, FCCLA, FBLA, FFA, HOSA, SkillsUSA, and TSA.
  • In Utah, 23,606 secondary and postsecondary students participate in student leadership organizations.

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Attributions
Shelley Heaton, Amy Ewell, Ronda Hair