Landmark Students Survive Indragonation

Principal Lynn Mecham demonstrates tearing a phone book will Assistant Principal David Brooks hold the microphone for Lynn.
Senior Justin Richmond works his way through the rope obstacle course, during Landmark High Schools Indragonation Program.
Junior Roger Sauvageau prepares to go up on to the rope obstacle course, during Landmark High Schools Indragonation Program.
Senior Tailer Rohwer repels off the rock wall during Landmark High Schools Indragonation Program.

The students of Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, had the opportunity to join together in making the school feel like a close knit family, by going through some challenges, the first two days of school.

The students were introduced to Mr. Lynn Mecham the new principal of Landmark High School.  Lynn introduced himself, to the students and talked about over coming adversity in their life’s.  Mr. Mecham also talked about setting goals, and going for them.  He talked about when he was a youth he wanted to learn how to tear a phonebook in half.  Mr. Mecham then showed the students that he could tear a phonebook in half.

 After the opening assembly the student went out to breakout sessions to help go over the rules, of Nebo School District and LHS.  Student also had the opportunity to participate in a rope obstacle course, and climb a rock wall, all provided by CLAS High Ropes in Provo.  The student helped encourage other student to go through the obstacles, or climb the wall. 

On the final day of Indragonation, the students had an ice cream social to help let the student mingle, and get to know each other. 

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