May 2017

Anthropology- Archaeology

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The culminating activity is Anthropology was an archaeological dig... IN CAKE! Students applied all of the skills and information they learned to record data and interpret the site. They were given cupcakes so as to not be temped to eat the matrix!

 

Anthropology- Mummification

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This term in Anthropology, students learned about Physical Anthropology and types of preservation. To better understand the environments and contexts where human preservation can occurr, students mummified chicken bones. There were 5 types of preservation they studied- Bog Bodies, Ice Mummies, Desert Mummies, Chinchorro Mummies, and classical Egyptian Mummification. After several weeks, students exhumed their mummies and compared the results.

4th Term Family Week

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Our final family week went down as follows:

Monday: Birthday Donuts

Tuesday: Karaoke @ Lunch

Wednesday: Advisory competition- Tug of War

Thursday: Stress Relief Activity

Friday: Vital Behaviors Drawing

Landmark Prom

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This year's prom theme was Gatsby. We held several live action games of clue with prizes. The gym was decorated with each room for the game. Scrumptious food was provided, students danced, a great time was had by all!

Prom Royalty:

King & Queen: Chris Webber and Kim Linch

Senior Royalty: Logan Hulet and Maddie Terry

Junior Royalty: Oscar Medina and Lily Jex

BMX Assembly

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In March we were treated to an amazing BMX show, brought to us by the National Guard. Ben and Cope risked their lives for our entertainment, t-shirts were thrown, applause was plentiful, the ladies swooned.

April Advisory Competition

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April's advisory competition was so very fun and EPIC! We played a life-sized version of hungry-hungry hippos!  As usual, Killian's advisory took home the Golden Cone. Can't wait to do this one again next year!!

Career Fair

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In March, Landmark's counseling office hosted a variety of community-members who gave twenty minute, informational presentations about careers, training, and schooling from a broad array of options available to our students. 

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