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Holiday Open Mic Collage
The Landmark High School Performing Arts department hosted its first virtual Holiday Open Mic Night on December 17. 
black lives matter woodworking sign
Several students in Doug Turnbull's woodworking class participated in making a Black Lives Matter sign, using lettering techniques and fonts of their choice. "The project sparked a lot of conversation, which was valuable," he said. 
2020-2021 student advocates header
Landmark High School students juggle many responsibilities each day: school, homework, community service, and often long commutes.

A Note from Mr. Barrett

Head of High School

We have always known that this is a special community of teachers and learners, and watching them respond to the challenges put before them this year has been immensely gratifying.

We remain grateful for our students and families and all they are accomplishing both on campus and from afar. Day and hybrid students continue to follow our protocols to keep each other safe, attending classes on campus and interacting with each other in conditions that they have never experienced. Our remote students have been amazing at integrating into their classroom communities and advocating for their needs as learners, while also navigating a learning platform that few people knew even existed a year ago. 

Our faculty have also demonstrated amazing resiliency, creativity, and flexibility as they strive to meet the individualized needs of both in-person and remote learners in their classes. This has been a community-wide effort with few parallels in our 49-year history.  As we continue to look forward and anticipate the uncertainty of what lies ahead, we find comfort in our shared responsibility toward each other as teachers and learners. There is much to be proud of.

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