FREE SUMMER MEALS!

Attributions: 

Spanish Fork Area:

WHO: Youth up to age 18

WHAT: Free healthy lunch

DATES: Mondays - Fridays

June 6 - August 19

TIME: 11:30AM - 1:00PM

WHERE: Spanish Fork City Center Library Park

100 E. 50 S. (Spanish Fork)

Springville Area:

DATES: Mondays - Fridays

June 13 - August 19

TIME: 1:45PM - 3:00PM

WHERE: Springville Splash Pad/Public Library

Adult Education Recognition Night

Attributions: 
James Cushman, Dragon Times Reporter

     On may 5th, 2016 several adults graduated from the Nebo Adult Education high school program located at Landmark High School. It was a heartwarming ceremony filled with a lot of awesome moments. Amongst the graduating class were two 17 year old girls that had an amazing story. Katlynn and McKynna Lindberg dropped out of high school after a member of their immediate family passed away. Their little brother died and they found it very hard to keep up and stay focused in school.

Summer School Registration

Landmark Summer School 2016

 

Registration May 24-26

@ Landmark High School from 9:00-3:00

(Pick up a registration form in the front office)

First day of summer school is June 1

Last day of summer school is July 13

Summer school is Monday- Thursday

School start and end times are- 9:00- 12:15

Landmark Graduation Scheduled

Landmark High School has announced plans for their annual graduation, to be held on Monday May 23, 2016 at the Utah County Fairgrounds at 2:00 pm.  The fairgrounds are located at 475 South Main Street Spanish Fork, UT  84660.  

Other graduation activities have been scheduled as well:  

Cap and gown pictures, for those that would like them, Thursday May 5, 2016 8:00 to 11:30 am.

Awards assembly: May 17, 2016 1:30 to 2:20 pm

Cap and gown distribution: May 19, 2016 from 5:00 to 6:00 pm

Landmark Students Bringing Happiness to a Person’s Life

Attributions: 
Angela Gutierrez LIA Historian

On November 18th, the Latinos in Action (LIA) students from Landmark High School went to visit Alexis who is battling cancer at his home. The students took him gifts, treats, and spent time with him. The students played with Alexis and his mom a game called loteria which is a Mexican version of bingo. Alexis seemed to have enjoyed it. After they finished playing,  they ate pizza and  talked to alexis.

Parent Teacher Conferences Announced

Landmark High School would like to invite all parents to attend 2nd term Parent Teacher Conferences to be held at Landmark High School on Thursday December 10, 2015.  The conferences will run from 3:00 to 7:30 pm.  If your would like to make an appointment with a specific teacher about specific concerns please contact them directly.

See you all on Thursday December 10, 2015.

 

Adult Education Recognition Night

Attributions: 
By: Kallie Abney Dragon Times Reporter

On Thursday November 19, 2015 at Landmark High School, the Nebo School District Adult Education program recognized 82 hard working adults.  Many were there to receive their Adult Education Secondary Diploma.  There were there three who passed all four sections of the General Education Degree test.  All of these graduates worked hard to accomplish this amazing task. 

Wellness Day at Landmark High School

Attributions: 
by: Alicia Beagley Dragon Times Reporter

On October 19th 2015 Landmark High School students and teachers participated in wellness day. This day was an opportunity to learn about careers, education, disorders, drug abuse, suicide prevention, and more. Speakers from all around Utah came to Landmark to discuss the importance of all these topics. Some speakers were professionals while others were here to speak about their stories and experiences.   

Landmark High School Remembers and Honors Veterans

Attributions: 
By: Breezy Dunkley Dragon Times Reporter

Every year the faculty and staff of Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, had their annual, Veterans Day assembly with connection retiring the American Flag that has flown over the school for the past year. The Flag retirement program was conducted by the veterans, who work at LHS, assistant principal Scott Carson, talked about the proper way to retire the American flag.  The flag was retired by, Howard Bonzo, Todd Killian Mark VanVoorhis, Paul Dopp, Roy Devenish, and KC Rawlinson.

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