Believe it or not, this game of Hacky Sack is part of an English project. Students polished their expository writing skills by presenting a step-by-step guide, or "How to" project on the topic of their choice for English Class today. The finer points of gameplay, technique, scoring, ad dexterity were on display for this assignment.
Congratulations to our Dragons of the Mini-term. Each of these 5 students exemplified one of the Vital Behaviors and left an impression on their peers and teachers. Each of the students received a certificate, treats, gift card, and a ceremonial Landmark Dragon Pin. Thursday was a great day to be a Dragon!
Attendance: Derek Miller has not missed a single day in any of his classes. Derek is here on time every single day. Not only that, when he is in class, he is present, he participates, he does his work and contributes to a good classroom environment. He is a great student!
Mark Bailey is one of the most positive people ever to work at Landmark. Every morning Mark has a grin on his face and a positive mindset. He is always ready to talk to anyone about anything if needed. Mark is also quick to point out if youre doing something wrong he won't let you continue to do more damage to your work. He is there to help you along the way.
Chef Molen had students create a menu, prepare and cook, and then serve up a 3-course meal as part of their final grade in Foods Class. The students cooked up everything from Beef Wellington to Chicken Alfredo to Brownies all from scratch! The results were delicious 👩🍳
Look out! Googly eyes have shown up in the science lab. So far the response has been mixed.
"Whoever is putting googly eyes all around the science lab please stop … it’s creeping me out." Emily
"Whoever is putting googly eyes all around the science lab please DON'T stop … it’s creeping Emily out." Chelsie
"Good looking out Emily! Keep your eyes peeled for any more of those bad boys. Iris sounding cornea here, but some pupils might just need you to keep a closer eye on them. " Carrie