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Composition II - 15-16 T2 - Ricardo

 

Tucker Career & College Center
Composition II student & ALHS senior,
Ricardo Lopez-Pantoja,
pictured with his expert interview source,
Uriel Gonzalez, Protection Department,
 Mexican Consulate of Omaha, NE.

  Tucker Career & College Center Composition II student & ALHS senior, Ricardo Lopez-Pantoja, pictured with his expert interview source, Uriel Gonzalez, Protection Department,  Mexican Consulate of Omaha, NE.

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Perfect Attendance!

December 21, 2015

Reason to celebrate arrived early this year in Ms. H’s Comp. II first period class!

100% attendance & 100% for all students on today’s Unit 2 assessment!
#teaching&learningisagift!Composition II - 15-16 - T2 - 1st period

December 21, 2015 Reason to celebrate arrived early this year in Ms. H’s Comp. II first period class! 100% attendance & 100% for all students on today’s Unit 2 assessment! #teaching&learningisagift!

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District Named to National AP Honor Roll

The Council Bluffs Community School District is one of 425 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 6th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for increasing access to Advanced Placement course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Reaching these goals indicates that a district is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are ready for the opportunity of AP. To be included on the 6th Annual Honor Roll, our high schools had to, since 2013, increase the number of students participating in AP while also increasing or maintaining the number of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher. Congratulations to the high school faculty and staff members and to our students for their hard work on these college-level courses!

The Council Bluffs Community School District is one of 425 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 6th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for increasing access to Advanced Placement course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or […]

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Perfect Attendance!

 

 

 

Hanigan 15-16 T1 P4 Perfect Attendance 11-19-15Oh, Yeaaahhh!

Composition I CE

2015-2016

Trimester 1

Period 4

                               Mrs. Hanigan’s class

                              November 19, 2015

      Composition I CE 2015-2016 Trimester 1 Period 4                                Mrs. Hanigan’s class                               November 19, 2015

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Wilson Middle School Health Academy visits Tucker Center

The Health Science students, lead by their instructor, Mrs. Patty Pettit, hosted the Wilson Middle School Health Academy after-school program at Tucker Center.  During their time, the students shared their experiences and answered questions to help inspire and educate those in attendance about the opportunities available to them at the Tucker Center and the health care profession.Wilson Health Academy Visit 11-6-2015 - Thomas Wilson Health Academy Visit 11-6-2015 - assembling lungs Wilson Health Academy Visit 11-6-2015 - Abby & Taylor

The current Health Science 3-4 students show the Wilson students their recent project created to demonstrate skills they learned in the Pulmonary unit recently.

 

The Health Science students, lead by their instructor, Mrs. Patty Pettit, hosted the Wilson Middle School Health Academy after-school program at Tucker Center.  During their time, the students shared their experiences and answered questions to help inspire and educate those in attendance about the opportunities available to them at the Tucker Center and the health […]

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Health Science 1-2 students Job Shadow at Mercy Hospital

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Health Science 1-2 students job shadow at CHI Mercy Hospital as part of their Hands-On learning and observation in the world of Health Care. 2015-2016 Trimester 1 Class.  This is an amazing opportunity that aligns with their Introduction to Health Care college credit class!

Health Science 1-2 students job shadow at CHI Mercy Hospital as part of their Hands-On learning and observation in the world of Health Care. 2015-2016 Trimester 1 Class.  This is an amazing opportunity that aligns with their Introduction to Health Care college credit class!

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How do you learn?

Health Science 1-2 students experienced some Hands-On learning in the classroom.

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Methodist College came to discuss their various Health programs and specially focused this day on the need for Surgical Technologists. The instructor for the Surg. Tech program demonstrated how to sterile gown and glove and brought different types of equipment used in surgical cases.

Health Science 1-2 students experienced some Hands-On learning in the classroom.   Methodist College came to discuss their various Health programs and specially focused this day on the need for Surgical Technologists. The instructor for the Surg. Tech program demonstrated how to sterile gown and glove and brought different types of equipment used in surgical […]

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What did you do over your summer break?

These young ladies, along with their HOSA Advisor, Mrs. Patty Pettit, attended the 2015 HOSA National Conference in Orlando, Florida.  They competed against other HOSA Members from across the United States, as well as attending leadership and health care break out sessions!  WAY TO GO!!!!

HOSA Nationals 2015 w_ Mrs. Pettit

These young ladies, along with their HOSA Advisor, Mrs. Patty Pettit, attended the 2015 HOSA National Conference in Orlando, Florida.  They competed against other HOSA Members from across the United States, as well as attending leadership and health care break out sessions!  WAY TO GO!!!!

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Prom Royalty Announced

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ALHS Prom Queen and King : Lauryn Kenkel and Michael Harriman

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 2015 Prom Court

Back Row: Brittany Hutchens(Snoball Queen), Brett Egner(Snoball King), Maddie Kinney, Billy Ehrenberg, Maddie Christensen(Homecoming Queen), Alex McGee(Homecoming King)

Front Row: Kaitlyn Murphy, Nick Pomernackas, Lauren Colpitts, Lauryn Kenkel(Queen), Michael Harriman(King), Kelsey Johnson, Jake Titus, Kaylee Willadsen, Scott Brown. 

ALHS Prom Queen and King : Lauryn Kenkel and Michael Harriman  2015 Prom Court Back Row: Brittany Hutchens(Snoball Queen), Brett Egner(Snoball King), Maddie Kinney, Billy Ehrenberg, Maddie Christensen(Homecoming Queen), Alex McGee(Homecoming King) Front Row: Kaitlyn Murphy, Nick Pomernackas, Lauren Colpitts, Lauryn Kenkel(Queen), Michael Harriman(King), Kelsey Johnson, Jake Titus, Kaylee Willadsen, Scott Brown. 

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Upward Bound and College Access Program to Send Students to Washington, D.C.

During the week of June 14-19, four of our most recent graduates representing the Upward Bound and College Access Program (CAP) at Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln High Schools will have the opportunity to travel to the nation’s capital in order to participate in a study visit focused on international relations. Participating in this unique experience arranged by the Close Up organization are Daniel Cano-Pargas (AL CAP), Annie Duncan (TJ CAP), Nathan Gregg (TJ Upward Bound), and Kyla Kern (TJ Upward Bound).

Since 1971, Close Up has facilitated Washington D.C. educational trips for middle and high school students. Their mission is to “inform, inspire, and empower young people to exercise their rights and accept the responsibilities of citizens in a democracy.” This is evident by the full schedule each day, allowing the group of students from around the nation to explore D.C. landmarks and memorials, engage in discussion and activities surrounding domestic issues and foreign policy, meet with their members of Congress, and observe Congressional committee hearings.

The four students were chosen by Upward Bound and CAP staff based on an application and essay. All expenses including airfare, lodging, and meals are covered by the programs they represent. Upon arrival in D.C., students will be greeted by Close Up staff who provide instruction and round the clock supervision throughout the experience. Congratulations, students, and enjoy this opportunity!

During the week of June 14-19, four of our most recent graduates representing the Upward Bound and College Access Program (CAP) at Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln High Schools will have the opportunity to travel to the nation’s capital in order to participate in a study visit focused on international relations. Participating in this unique […]

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