Landmark High School, in Spanish Fork, is participating in the first ever offering of the Adobe Youth Voices program. This is a program is designed to help students learn about multimedia productions, and gives students the opportunity to share their voice. This is a program funded by the Adobe Youth Foundation, which is the charitable arm of Adobe. This is a program that Adobe offers to students all around the world, where there is an Adobe presence. Adobe fills that, by offering these programs to students, allows Adobe to give back to the community.
In an effort to continue to their recycling project that Landmark High School, in Spanish Fork, started last year. Landmark High has built a greenhouse, which will allow the students to grow their own vegetables, and other produce during the school year. LHS offers two class periods, every day, in which students are encouraged to work in the greenhouse, and grow their own creations.
Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, kicks off their annual canned food drive, by holding a Halloween Dance on Thursday October 27, for the students of Landmark High School. The cost to get into the dance students can either pay three dollars, or they can donate three cans of a non-perishable food items.
In an effort to create a stronger Student body, the student of Landmark High School, went to the Utah State Fair on September 16. This is a great opportunity for the student to learn about what several different opportunities for careers. Students got to see some of the wonderful art work that has been created by people who live in Utah. They also have a great opportunity to learn more about the Great State of Utah. Students enjoyed many different foods, and cultures that have setup booths at the State Fair.
The Landmark High School student body gathered together on September 30th for one of the more favored LHS traditions, their annual kickball tournament. The games were held at the Spanish Baseball Park. Geoff Penrod, one of the new faculty members, organized and moderated this year’s games. Being anxious about being the “new guy” Geoff tried his hardest to replicate the enjoyable tournaments of years past.