Nebo Adult Education would like to congratulate the graduating class of 2011. This year, the Nebo Adult Education program graduated 172 students. The faculty and staff of Nebo Adult education, admires and is proud of its students because they committed to get their GED or diploma despite their busy lives. The graduates, during their recent graduation ceremony, expressed a feeling of accomplishment and success.
Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, suffered a moment of disbelief and horror when a member of its family was seriously injured in a car accident on April 28, 2011, Justin Kornacki was severely injured and his father died in the accident. Justin is still in the hospital, and his medical bills are growing very large every day. In an effort to help this wounded LHS Dragon and his family, the students of Landmark High School are holding a carwash to help raise funds for Justin.
Landmark High School is pleased to host the Nebo School District Science Fair on Wednesday and Thursday February 23 and 24, 20011. The science fair will be held in the gym of Landmark High School located at 612 South Main, Spanish Fork.
Elementary Division (Grades 5th-6th) will be on Wednesday February 23rd. Projects will be open to the public beginning at 6:00 pm.
Junior and Senior Divisions (Grades 7-12) will be on Thursday February 24th. Projects will be open to the public beginning at 7:00 pm.
On November 11, 2010 Landmark High School, students and faculty gathered for a Veterans Day Assembly. The master of ceremonies was Scott Carson the assistant principle of LHS. He introduced Paul Dopp, Roy Devenish, Howard Bonzo, Corey Hoisington, Todd Killian, Logan Morlock, and Joshua Holcomb, LHS graduates, all veterans who served for our country in different wars.
On November 2, 2010 during Landmark High School’s annual mix it up assembly the faculty and students honored alumnus Paul Bawden for the motivational sculpture he created for the school during the new schools construction. We were all honored to have him come and say a few words of inspiration.
The students of Landmark High School, in an effort to help out those in need, kicked off their annual canned food drive by holding a dance. The food drive will go until December 17, 2010. The students brought three cans of food to pay for their entrance to the dance held on Thursday, October 28. The student body believes that it is better to help those who are in need, because who knows when we might become one of those in need.
Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, on Friday September 10, took a “Pledge” to night drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. A relative of a teacher of Landmark High School was involved in an accident, caused by a driver under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
In an effort to promote school unity and a healthy lifestyle, Landmark High School in Spanish Fork held their eighth annual kickball tournament. This was a great opportunity for the students to participate in physical activity and have fun while doing it.
On May 6th, a select few classes were sent to see an Anne Frank Exhibit at the Salt Lake City Library. (The classes were mixtures of English and history divisions, many of them currently studying the topic). We saw a documentary about the short life of Anne Frank. It told the story of her travels, her ponderings, her aspirations, her widely ranged emotions, her thoughtfulness, her mysteries and finally, her horrors.
In an effort to help those who live in nation of Haiti, the Students of Landmark High School were very generous with their donations to a fund setup by the school to help Haiti. The student Senate created a program called make change for Haiti. Senior Paul Folaumahina took charge of the program and went around to all the classes in the school, and gave a presentation about the devastation of Haiti following the Earthquake on January 12, 2010.