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Preschool children and families enjoy annual Christmas party!

On Wednesday December 13th, 2017, Bright Beginnings hosted its annual Christmas party! During both the morning and afternoon classes enjoyed various activities such as a snowball toss, pin the nose on Rudolph, and students created their very own jingle bell bracelets! We also enjoyed a visit from Santa Claus in the afternoon; however he got caught in a snowstorm in the morning. After Santa made his departure, children . . .

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Students apply advanced programming concepts

Some people say that in the modern world, knowing how to program is almost as important as knowing math or history. In a Computer Programming class at IVVC, students are learning that and more every day.   The curriculum includes topics like C++, game development in the Unreal Engine, and electronics and coding with Arduino microcontrollers. Almost 4 months into the class, students have begun to learn advanced . . .

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Students practice welding methods, try new equipment at FABTECH convention

So far this year in welding we have been working hard, and accomplishing a lot. Just half way into the year we have practiced stick welding flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead. We also have done a little bit of pipe welding. After we mastered our stick welding, we moved on to MIG welding. We started off laying flat beads, and have gotten to the point of filling angle iron with welds enough to make it a block. The . . .

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Events in and outside the Health Occupations classroom

Health Occupations students have had an eventful semester. They took a field trip to Waubonsee Community College in which with they got to tour the various health career programs offered at the Aurora health campus. This experience allowed them to speak with faculty and currently enrolled students. They also had the unique experience of going to a medical school cadaver lab in which they learned about the variety of alternative . . .

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