Hilary Jones was honored as the LHS Teacher of the Year for the 2022-2023 school year. Hilary is an example of all of our school's Vital Behaviors as she serves students each day. She can match anyone around with her grit and determination in helping students succeed. She is their biggest advocate and cheerleader. Hilary represented Landmark well at the April school board meeting where she was formally recognized. Congratulations, Hilary! It's a great day to be a Dragon!
Chelsie Young is another fabulous History teacher at Landmark High School. She graduated from Utah State and has been teaching at Landmark for 9 years. Chelsie has taught /*-->*/ /*-->*/ Social Studies: Anthropology, U.S. History, U.S. Government, and World Civilizations throughout the years at Landmark. When asked how she would survive in a zombie apocalypse Chelsie stated she would backpack into the wilderness and wait it out.
Students at Landmark High School had a curricular canyon day trip to canyon view park where students attended their classes outdoors in nature. Some of the classes students participated in were golfing, kite flying, geo cashing, nature walks, art in nature, kickball, designing fidget toys, quadratic in nature (juggling), cooking outdoors, and many other classes. Students were able to practice the vital behaviors at Landmark during the Spring Canyon Day from attendance, civility, cooperation, positive attitude, and productivity. #itsagreatdaytobeadragon #neboschooldistrict #theclimb