Chelsie's Anthropology class went searching for artifacts. Their assignment was to use the correct tool to facilitate the excavation of multiple layers of sand and soil. The students then map their findings on a grid of their worksite. Some of the artifacts included axes, skeletons, and even a watering can.
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Pigeons, Turtles, Sharks, Rats, and Frogs were in the dissection trays this week as students prepared their final specimens. Which one would you be most interested in presenting for a final grade? Cope and Emily's classes get to answer this question and present their findings to the class. Don't forget, Thursday is the last day of the mini-term!
Lawyer Sean Larson came to Landmark last week. He spoke to Chelsey and SueAnn's History classes about his experiences as a public defender in San Francisco and L.A. He connected his work experiences to the 6th and 4th amendments to the US Constitution that students are learning about in their coursework.
Bonzo fired up the kiln as the students put the finishing touches on their ceramics projects. The term ends next week and students are getting their work completed with the glazing and firing steps. Keep an eye out for a look at the finished projects on a future post.
Nebo School District in partnership with Spanish Fork City presents a virtual Love and Logic Virtual Parenting Workshop
“There's a lot of advice out there on how to raise your kids—some better than others. "Love and Logic" is a favorite of therapists, family life educators, teachers, principles and most importantly parents. It is practical, easy to learn and really effective! Come and enjoy this fun, upbeat and informative workshop full of useful tips!” —Jonathan Sherman, LMFT, Family Therapist and Parent Educator