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November 2014

Latinos in Action Sort Food at Local Food Bank

Submitted by brian.davenport on Wed, 11/19/2014 - 12:47
Maria Lara LIA Historian
Students from Landmark High School LIA program sorting food.

The Latinos In Action (LIA) student from Landmark High School in Spanish Fork had the opportunity to do some community service.  The goal of LIA is based on helping others as much as possible, and doing community service.  On Wednesday October 15th, the LIA students went on a fieldtrip to the Community Action Service and Food Bank in Provo.  In an effort to provide service to our community, we were assigned several different projects to do.

Be My Boo? Latinos In Action Provide Service to the Community

Submitted by brian.davenport on Wed, 11/19/2014 - 10:37
By: Maria Lara LIA Historian
Latinos In Action student Alex Morales is helping to wrap up the goodies created by the LIA Students

The Latinos In Action (LIA) students of Landmark High School in Spanish Fork are at it, once again! On the 6th of October the LIA students started a fundraiser called “Be My Boo?”  To earn money so that they could make blankets for the homeless members of our community.

Landmark High School Honors Veterans, and Retires American Flag

Submitted by brian.davenport on Fri, 11/14/2014 - 11:05
Jacob Jones Dragon Times Reporter
Veterans, who teach at Landmark High, and were honored on Veterans Day.  Left to right:  Roy, Paul, Mark, Howard and Todd

In an effort to enhance the Veterans Day experience, and honor all Veterans, and those that work at Landmark High School, the students and administration held their annual flag retirement ceremony, to retire the flag that has flown over Landmark High School, for the past year. 

Broadview University Visits Landmark High School

Submitted by brian.davenport on Fri, 11/14/2014 - 10:36
Franco Rivero Dragon Times Reporter
Mark Harrison form Broadview University teachers students about the importance of thinking about their futures.

The students of Landmark High School, in Spanish Fork, were visited by  Mark Harrison from Broadview University and he did a presentation on college and how you will make more money going to college. Mark  also taught the students that there are colleges for different people. For example some colleges offer more hands on learning than the usual lesson or  classroom learning. For many students the ability to work with you hands, or have that hands on learning experience can make a big difference in what and how they learn. . 

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