Humanities students got to make their own journals in class. The process began as they selected sections of leather, folded paper to size, marked the spaces and punctured the holes, dyed the leather, added stamps or embellished designs in the leather, then tied in the pages of the journal with sturdy waxed thread. The whole process was completed with a buckle, strap, or fastener to complete the individualized journal-making process.
Sarah Call is the Career Specialist here at Landmark High School. Previously, she was over concurrent enrollment for Nebo School District. Now, she works out of the CTE Office and splits her time between Landmark and Legacy. She is the connecting link between prospective employers and student employees.
Did you know, students who attend Landmark have unique opportunities through the school's direct partnership with the Department of Workforce Services?
This mini-term the English Department has been working on plans and next steps for life after Graduation. With the help of Sarah Call, the Department of Workforce Services, and WIOWA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) Landmark students have been evaluating more career options, internships, and funding than ever before.
Asian fusion was on the menu tonight. The cuisine for dinner was tasty and in keeping with the fire & ice theme. Students got to adjust their level of spice with custom sauces and a palate cleanser between courses. From the phenomenal Maitre D at the front of the house, to the talented servers getting food on the table, to the amazing chefs in the kitchen, the dinner portion of Prom was top notch!