October 2021

The Freak on Friday

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Sun, 10/31/2021 - 18:15

The Landmark Family turned out for ghoulish good times on Friday. There was food, drinks, treats, prizes, candy, and freakishly fun times! 

Attributions
Kyra Gilchrist

Pumpkin Carving Activity

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Thu, 10/28/2021 - 21:42

A load of pumpkins was delivered to Landmark to help get ready for the dance and carnival coming up tomorrow night. Students carved, painted, and decorated pumpkins in their Advisory classes today. Here is a look at some of the students most creative work

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Shawn Nilson, Mele Tasini

Mitosis in Action

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Tue, 10/26/2021 - 13:55

Connor Larson and Marshal Mcquivey exemplify 4 of Landmark's 5 vital behaviors right here in this photo. These two students used cooperation, civility, productivity, and positive attitudes to succeed on a Biology quiz about Mitosis. They worked together to learn and re-teach concepts for each other. If the main purpose of mitosis is for growth, then, Connor and Marshall are mitosis in action. Well done!

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Janna Manookin

The Freak is On... This Friday!

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Mon, 10/25/2021 - 16:31

Just a few more days and the Halloween Party you have been waiting for will be here!

Halloween Poster

Come enjoy Landmark's Halloween Dance and Carnival Friday October 29th, 7-10pm

Students and a guest are welcome to attend. No costume masks, please. School rules apply.

Attributions
Ashley Scoubes

I Smell a Rat!

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Mon, 10/25/2021 - 12:36

Wait, I think it's a mink...

Biology students in Emily's class got to view a mink dissection last week in class. They were tasked with identifying the organ, its function, and its location within the rodent's body. Tanner enjoyed identifying different vital organs as much as he enjoys living the vital behaviors here at Landmark!

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Taylee Brandon

Digging into Anthropology

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Fri, 10/22/2021 - 18:48

Chelsie’s first period Anthropology students got to do an archeological dig in class this week. They searched for fossils, artifacts, and evidence in their individual dig sites and then recorded their findings. 

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Chelsie Young

Snow College Visit

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Thu, 10/21/2021 - 23:08

The English Department took an all day excursion to Snow College on Monday. Current Snow students gave a comprehensive tour of the campus. Students enjoyed the accessibility, convenience, and close knit feel of the campus. Others were fascinated by the programs, opportunities, and offerings that Snow gives students. Perhaps some of our Landmark Dragons will become Snow Badgers

Attributions
Carly Hernandez