Chelsie and Matt have been planning this April fools day joke for years waiting for school to be held on April fools. This year their dreams came true. Matt and Chelsie were able to play a practical joke on their students by switching classes and teaching each others subjects for a time.
The students at Landmark had the opportunity to explore future careers this week. Students had the opportunity to meet employers throughout Utah county to discuss potential job opportunities and hear about the training requirements for those careers. Some of the companies that attended were Geneva Rock, National Guard, Army, Rock Mountain ATV, Sundance Ski Resort, Wavetronix, Dickerson Automotive, Clegg's Auto, Karen's Floral, Spanish Fork Police Department, MTech, River Bridge Event Center, and Jess Dahl with First Colony Mortgage.
Humanities students got to make their own journals in class. The process began as they selected sections of leather, folded paper to size, marked the spaces and punctured the holes, dyed the leather, added stamps or embellished designs in the leather, then tied in the pages of the journal with sturdy waxed thread. The whole process was completed with a buckle, strap, or fastener to complete the individualized journal-making process.