March 2010

Chad Hymas Speaks to the student of Landmark High

 Chad Hymas speaks to the students of Landmark High School in Spanish Fork.  Photo by: Shadow Keel

“It was never an accident,” stated Chad Hymas to the students at Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, on Wednesday, March 3.  “I made a bad choice and now I am living with the choice that I made,” Chad continued.  Chad Hymas made a poor decision nine years ago that left him paralyzed from the breast bone down.  Now Chad is traveling the world and sharing his experiences with students and encouraging them to make the right choices in life. 

Landmark High School Receives Donation of Artifacts

Brian Davenport
 A photo of the collection of rocks, fossils, and dinosaur bones donated to Landmark High School by Ted Davies and Seth Sorensen

Landmark High School, in Spanish Fork, received a donation of several hundred dollars of rocks, fossils, meteorites and other items to the school’s science department. The items were donated by Ted Davies and Seth Sorensen. Mr. Patrick Hogle, science teacher at LHS received the donation from Mr. Davies on Wednesday March 24, 2010.