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Posted on Friday, January 17, 2020
  There’s no doubt that having a language-based learning disability (LBLD), such as dyslexia, affects students in the classroom. They may struggle with listening, speaking, reading, or writing; managing time, materials, or information; or self-advocacy and self-regulation. LBLDs also factor into students’ lives outside school, in social situations and at work, for example. Several of Landmark School’s Student Advocates talked about how their LBLDs influence their personal lives. While their... Read More
Posted by Taylor Nault '21 on Wednesday, January 8, 2020
My name is Taylor Nault. I am a junior at Landmark High School and I was born with Achondroplasia, which is a form of Dwarfism. This is my seventh year being a part of the Landmark community. It was hard at first to adapt, because I was the only person here with Dwarfism. However, I have overcome this by learning to self advocate and make friends that accept my disability. Since getting my license, I have been able to drive to school using extension pedals, which are metal attachments that... Read More
landmark high school cross country runners
Posted on Monday, January 6, 2020
What a Season, 18 Viking All-Stars!  Congratulations to the following cross country athletes who were named Boston Globe all stars for the fall 2019 season. Ryan Shea - Boston Globe All-Scholastic 2019 Eastern Independent League MVP 2-Time EIL & NEPSAC Team Champion  3-Time EIL XC ALL-STAR 3-Time NEPSAC XC ALL-STAR Congratulations to all our All-Stars! Lucy Lopardo - Girls XC - MBIL ALL-STAR Morgan Joyce - Girls Soccer - IGC ALL-STAR Agata Miller - Girls Soccer - IGC ALL-STAR Ava... Read More
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Posted on Friday, December 13, 2019
“I’ve really enjoyed the community. I feel like I’ve gotten to know a lot of young adults and cultivated some really important relationships,” remarked a student in Landmark High School’s residential video. One of the unique things about Landmark’s student life program is that teachers double as house parents and support staff in houses. This means that students see teachers not only in the classroom, but also in houses in the evening, out on the playing field as coaches, and in the dining hall... Read More
Posted on Thursday, December 12, 2019
On Wednesday, December 11, the Landmark Parent's Association (LPA) organized a delicious holiday breakfast to show appreciation to  Landmark Elementary•Middle School faculty and staff. Parent volunteers made delectable goodies and donated flowers and raffle baskets. Instead of the normal "milk break" meeting, Landmark EMS faculty and staff gathered to enjoy food, have some time to chat with one another, and be merry during this holiday season. Parents, Jennifer Graham​ and Meg Cashel, shared ... Read More
Spelling Bee
Posted on Wednesday, November 20, 2019
On Thursday night, November 14, 2019, The Landmark Stage Company debuted their fall musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The cast and crew performed two more shows and the production was deemed a "smashing success." This musical, performed in Landmark's Performing Arts Center, was staged in an intimate theater-in-the-round style where the audience was part of the action. Students and teachers gave a phenomenal performance. Thank you Cindy Spreer for the beautiful photos.  Check... Read More
student speech all school milkbreak
Posted on Monday, November 4, 2019
At the all-school milkbreak in late October, Jessup Goldberg Cook ‘20 and math teacher Grace Walkowicz member explained what brought them to Landmark. Both delivered their speeches with confidence and poise in front of more than 500 people in the Ansara Athletic Center. Jessup arrived at Landmark during his junior year. He said while some students are at Landmark because their parents made the decision for them, he said coming to Landmark was his choice. ‘I wish I had the opportunity to start... Read More
landmark school health center dedication
Posted on Thursday, October 31, 2019
On October 30, friends and members of Georganna El Heneidy’s extended family attended an all-school milkbreak and dedication of the High School Health Center to the beloved nurse who passed away tragically in January 2019. During the assembly in the Ansara Athletic Center, Dean of Students Robb Genetelli recalled how Mrs. El made a lasting impression on colleagues and students and imbued the school with an enduring sense of love and peace.  “She cared deeply for this community. We were part... Read More
EMS student faculty soccer game
Posted on Thursday, October 31, 2019
The EMS soccer team completed their season with a final match against faculty and staff members. The middle schoolers brought polish, experience, and a true sense of teamwork to the game. Faculty and staff brought dusty old sweats, parents, and thankfully some youthful siblings. The second half culminated in an all-on-the-field showdown where very few rules were adhered to, but everyone emerged a winner.
Landmark Middle School Student Council 2019-2020
Posted on Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Last month, elementary and middle school students prepared and delivered speeches to an audience of their peers, faculty, and staff pitching their views and qualities that would make them ideal to serve on the EMS Student Council. Candidates promises included planning and taking more field trips, having a soft ice cream or frozen yogurt machine in the cafeteria, getting new recess equipment, and many more. All candidates from the elementary program were offered seats on the council while the... Read More


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