Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, would like to congratulate the following students for making the honor roll for 1st term.
Student, staff and others outside of the school are more than welcome to come and donate blood here at landmark high school. The reason for coming to the gym of landmark is to donate blood. The hospitals are desperate in need of blood, the supply is low and that is not good. Students if you donate or are interested in helping out with the blood drive you can graduate with what they call the red cords. Red cords are just a day that you helped out with a blood drive at your school and that looks good on a resume.
When students or parents first walk into Landmark, they don’t notice where the Mascot is located, and they’re always asking where it is. It’s because when they walk in they keep their head down, well the Dragon is up above you right when you walk in. Always keep your head held high, no matter how people judge you, or what has happened in your past.
Nebo Adult Education had its Recognition Night 2011-12 Thursday, May 3, at Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, Utah. During the Recognition Night Nebo Adult Education recognized students for their accomplishments of earning an Adult High School Diploma or Completion Diploma by passing the GED (General Education Development) Test. The program was honored to have 168 graduates this year. This year the graduates’ ages ranged from 17 to 53 years old. One of the graduates from this year, Jessica Moreno is continuing her education at Imagework, a cosmetology, school in Spanish Fork.
Landmark High School will hold an American Red Cross Blood drive on Monday April 16, at Landmark High School Gym. The blood drive will be from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. Landmark has been able to collect, 64 units of blood, with 41 first time donors. The students that will donate 3 units of blood this school year or over the course of their high school time will have the opportunity to wear red honors cords given by the American Red Cross with their Cap and Gown at graduation. “It is a great opportunity to help our the community by given such a precious resource such as blood,” state Senior Pa
Sunya Osborn will sorely missed next year when she retires from teaching. Sunya was recently recognized by KSL.com and Zions Bank in their Teacher Feature segment. After several years of teaching, which started at Payson Junior High School, she has assisted many students over the years. Sunya has worked with student as the Yearbook Advisor, English Teacher, Nebo School District Literacy Specialist.
Landmark High School in Spanish Fork will be holding a community blood drive, to help make sure that there is an adequate blood supply for the holiday season. According the American Red Cross, a single car accident can require up to 100 units of blood per accident. During the holiday season the number of units needed increases to 150 units of blood, which increases the real need for donations.
The faculty and staff of Landmark High School, in Spanish Fork, held what is to become an annual event of Thanksgiving Dinner family style. The faculty and staff setup tables and decorated them. “I went into the lunchroom, and was not what I expected, the table were set with table cloths, and decorated really nice. The treats that the teacher provided were excellent, and really a great unexpected treat,” said Senior Kiersten Fowers. The meal consisted of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, a gelatin salad, green beans, pumpkin pie, and rolls.
Landmark High School, in Spanish Fork, is participating in the first ever offering of the Adobe Youth Voices program. This is a program is designed to help students learn about multimedia productions, and gives students the opportunity to share their voice. This is a program funded by the Adobe Youth Foundation, which is the charitable arm of Adobe. This is a program that Adobe offers to students all around the world, where there is an Adobe presence. Adobe fills that, by offering these programs to students, allows Adobe to give back to the community.
In an effort to continue to their recycling project that Landmark High School, in Spanish Fork, started last year. Landmark High has built a greenhouse, which will allow the students to grow their own vegetables, and other produce during the school year. LHS offers two class periods, every day, in which students are encouraged to work in the greenhouse, and grow their own creations.