October 2018

What we're Learning: Humanities

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In Sue Ann's Humanities class we've been studying Greek mythology. While studying the story of Pandora's box students created their own version of the box. It was designed to entice others to want to open the box to see what was inside. 

Inside are a modern versions of the woes and grief of modern day. And if course, hope!

What we're Learning: Anthropology

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Last week students in Intro to Anthropology learned about how different environments can impact human preservation by conducting a mummification lab. Students recreated conditions in bogs, glaciers, and deserts, as well as the processes of Egyptian and Chinchorro mummification.

Learning new skills at lunch

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Since the beginning of Term 1 Math Teacher Harry Miyagi has had students learning Japanese, Web Design and Computer Repair in his classroom during lunch. David Schlenker and Ethan Edwards have been learning Japanese.  They can read hiragana and katakana.  Basic manga and are working on learning Kanji. Giovanni Gonzalez has been learning Web Design.  He has learned Adobe Photoshop and started learning Adobe Dreamweaver.  He has done some excellent work with Photoshop layering and editing photos. Johby Meyer has been troubleshooting broken computers.  They take the computer apart and go throu

September 2018 Student of the Month

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Landmark works to instill 5 Vital Behaviors that will keep our students on the pathway to success, no matter what they choose to do with their lives. To promote these behaviors, we award Student of the Month accolades to 5 students who have excelled at one or more of these behaviors.

For the month of December those students are the following:

Greenhouse working coming along

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Once again Landmark Dragons are busier than ever. Poinsettias are on schedule finishing touches are made. Now we just watch them grow.

A new project started 1st week of September with lessons on floral arranging, succulent gardening and propagating. Each student learned all about succulents, water, light and fertilizing and  how to propagate them from stem cuttings, leaf cuttings or root division.