Earlier this spring, Landmark High School broke ground on its second Green House. In July, Mark Van Wagoner, the Greenhouse Guru and other faculty and students put the finishing touches on this amazing project. The expansion of Landmark’s Greenhouse program, the volunteer and service time, the integration into cross-curricular education, and the opportunity for hands on skill building, provides Landmark with a unique and valuable tool to help kids. This monumental expansion signifies a significant commitment by Landmark and Nebo Administration towards this budding program.
For the first time ever, Landmark and Cornerstone will be registering ALL 2014-2015 Landmark and Cornerstone Students through our website in an online process. To attend Landmark this coming Fall, please follow the following link to begin the registration process.
The student of Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, are preparing to assist the American Red Cross, by holding their third Blood Drive this year. Students who participate in the blood drive by either donating blood three time, or who volunteer six hours are eligible to earn red honor cords that student can wear at graduation with the caps and gowns. Senior Chance Simpson stated, “It is a good feeling to help other people by giving your blood to those in need.” Chance is not the only student excited to give blood. “Donating blood is very cool to able to help those in need,” stated Junio
Landmark High School in Spanish Fork Utah, held their third annual Thanksgiving Dinner. There were several students, and faculty that help put the meal together. There were a wide range of foods to eat, including mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, and turkey. Joe Kelly, principal of Landmark High, talked about we need to be thankful, and then carved the ceremonial thanksgiving turkey.
Landmark High School’s Latinos in Action and Student Council are doing a service project to help Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City. The groups are trying to buy new toys for the children this Christmas. Students are asking for donations in the form of change. If you would like to donate, donations are be accepted in Landmark High School’s front office. Landmark High School is located at 612 South Main Street in Spanish Fork.
Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, would like to congratulate the following students for making the honor roll for 1st term.
Student, staff and others outside of the school are more than welcome to come and donate blood here at landmark high school. The reason for coming to the gym of landmark is to donate blood. The hospitals are desperate in need of blood, the supply is low and that is not good. Students if you donate or are interested in helping out with the blood drive you can graduate with what they call the red cords. Red cords are just a day that you helped out with a blood drive at your school and that looks good on a resume.
When students or parents first walk into Landmark, they don’t notice where the Mascot is located, and they’re always asking where it is. It’s because when they walk in they keep their head down, well the Dragon is up above you right when you walk in. Always keep your head held high, no matter how people judge you, or what has happened in your past.