Landmark High School will hold an American Red Cross Blood drive on Monday April 16, at Landmark High School Gym. The blood drive will be from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. Landmark has been able to collect, 64 units of blood, with 41 first time donors. The students that will donate 3 units of blood this school year or over the course of their high school time will have the opportunity to wear red honors cords given by the American Red Cross with their Cap and Gown at graduation. “It is a great opportunity to help our the community by given such a precious resource such as blood,” state Senior Pa
Sunya Osborn will sorely missed next year when she retires from teaching. Sunya was recently recognized by KSL.com and Zions Bank in their Teacher Feature segment. After several years of teaching, which started at Payson Junior High School, she has assisted many students over the years. Sunya has worked with student as the Yearbook Advisor, English Teacher, Nebo School District Literacy Specialist.