Here are the mental health newsletters Hope4Utah has produced to help navigate the stress that can accompany the holiday season. Visit their website at https://hopesquad.com/ for even more resources.
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Come on down to Landmark and get a poinsettia while supplies last! Our Botanist, Matt Cope, has spent many hours planting, growing, and preparing over 300 poinsettias for this year's sale! They are a fantastic holiday decoration and- at only $8 each, the price cannot be beaten! Come support our school by buying a poinsettia.
Contact Kristeene at (801)494-9643 or email@example.com to arrange your purchase.
Did you know you have the unique opportunity to design this year’s cover for the 2020-2021 Landmark High School yearbook?
Here are the rules:
Your design should be either Hand drawn or Digital
It should have this year’s theme represented, which is: "Together We Rise"
Be sure it represents Landmark High School
Child Nutrition Workers Needed! Come make a side income while the kids are in school, be off when they are (including holidays and breaks) and get your steps in for the day! Free lunch included! Starting wage $11.74/hr with opportunities for advancement. No experience required!
Nebo celebrates all our school psychologists, and all they do for Nebo students.
During the week of November 9-13, 2020, schools throughout the United States will celebrate National School Psychology Week to highlight the important work school psychologists and other educators do to help all students thrive.
November 12, 2020
Dear Nebo District Families:
Thank you for your tremendous help and support in completing a successful 1 st Term. It is truly remarkable that all of our schools remained open, while our students received quality At-School and Remote Learning instruction. We continue to work to improve our practices, and we appreciate your continued understanding and support.
As we move forward, please be mindful of the following:
The Landmark pinning ceremony recognizes new members of the Landmark team and the Students of the Month. Each month five students are selected for showing that they possess one of the five attributes the students, staff, administration, and faculty live by. These values are attendance, positive attitude, productivity, cooperation, and civility. The pinning of our students is a way to reward them for being the best they can be. A member of the Landmark team pins a badge onto the student and then grabs their hand in a form of a handshake that is said to resemble a heart.