In the wake of the recent killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, and the outcry of national protests, we wanted to use the summer reading assignment as an opportunity to ask our students and faculty to explore new points of view. Senseless incidents like these happen too often and are just one part of the long history of systemic racism that exists in this country. We know that while schools strive to be a safe space for all, the lives of many students, faculty, and staff are impacted daily by racism.
Landmark High School librarian, Amy Veling, worked with Landmark’s Diversity and Inclusion Advocates to curate a summer reading list (link is external) focused on books that present a diverse array of perspectives. All students are encouraged to choose a book that will add to their understanding of the world around them. We encourage parents to take part.
Fall Reopening Plan
Headmaster Bob Broudo has announced plans to reopen the High School campus this fall. Read details about the reopening plan for the High School (link is external) and find important information about the start of school.
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