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May 2010

Landmark Students Learn About Anne Frank

Submitted by brian.davenport on Fri, 05/21/2010 - 08:43
Attributions: 
Chase Thayne
Alesha LeMmon History teacher from Landmark High School stands next to a sign about Anne Frank.  Photo by: LeLand  O Dell.

On May 6th, a select few classes were sent to see an Anne Frank Exhibit at the Salt Lake City Library. (The classes were mixtures of English and history divisions, many of them currently studying the topic). We saw a documentary about the short life of Anne Frank. It told the story of her travels, her ponderings, her aspirations, her widely ranged emotions, her thoughtfulness, her mysteries and finally, her horrors.

Landmark Student Help Haiti

Submitted by brian.davenport on Thu, 05/20/2010 - 16:47
Senior Paul Folumahina presents a check to Bill Hamelau of the American Red Cross Mountain Valley Chapter a Check for $277.00.  Photo by: Brian Davenport

In an effort to help those who live in nation of Haiti, the Students of Landmark High School were very generous with their donations to a fund setup by the school to help Haiti.  The student Senate created a program called make change for Haiti.  Senior Paul Folaumahina took charge of the program and went around to all the classes in the school, and gave a presentation about the devastation of Haiti following the Earthquake on January 12, 2010. 

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