Trench warfare during WWI was brutal. Chelsie and Chelsey kicked the teaching up a notch this year when they added rats and bugs to the misery. Students got time to draw up their plans, create some ammunition, and engage in the conflict. Ready, aim, cue the bugs, and hurl the rats!
It’s time to get your flower orders placed! Stop by the table near the lunch room and fill out a slip indicating what type of wearable flower you’d like for prom. Will it be a corsage or a boutonnière? Mama G and the greenhouse students need to know how many flower to order, arrange, and distribute ahead of Prom. Request your flowers ASAP!
**There is no cost to the student to order a corsage or boutonnière! Yet another great Landmark perk!**
Jennie Taylor is an awesomely cool math teacher here at Landmark. She wears a leather jacket and rides a motorcycle to school. Her classes are always fun to be in. Math with Jennie is a blast because she teaches the subject the way people understand. She helps you have a good time learning. She is willing to help you no matter what!
Carly, Ben, Andrew, and Carrie's English classes took a tour of MTECH today. Students visited the Spanish Fork campus as part of their Career Planning Unit. Students were able to see the Cosmetology, Dental Assisting, Auto, and Diesel Mechanic shops firsthand. Lots of options for students to choose from for their training, education, and career placement. Check out MTECH's offering here: https://mtec.edu/
The Prom Committee had a sampling of provisions provided by Chef Sarah Molen today. She had her students whip up a delectable array of flavor profiles featuring "Fire" and "Ice." It was hot and cold, spicy and mild, sweet and savory. Some of the flavors were overwhelming crowd-pleasers and some left a bad taste in the committee's mouths. Only the most flavorful food will be served at Landmark's Prom. Come join us to get a taste of the great food curated and prepared just for you, deliciousness awaits:
Saturday, March 12, 7-10pm
Worms were on the menu today at Landmark if you were a "bird" in Emily's science class. They rotated to different stations and used different “beaks” to collect different foods. Students worked in teams to investigate and record their findings.
"A wonderful bird, the pelican.
His beak can hold more than his bellycan!"
Be aware of these upcoming events:
February 21- No School- President's Day
February 28- No School- Teacher Preparation Day
March 9- ACT for Juniors (No School for Sophomores and Seniors)
March 12- Prom 7-10 pm (Dinner from 7-8, Dancing 8-10, get your tickets now, admission is FREE)
March 16- School Picture Day
March 17- End of Mini-term 6
March 18- No School- District Development Day