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Landmark News and Events

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Posted on Wednesday, October 23, 2019
For the past three years, several members of the Landmark High School faculty traveled to Mozambique over March break to visit schools and orphanages. The visits were opportunities for the educators to both give and receive teaching advice. In October 2019, the Susan and Larry Weil, the directors of the Christian Academy of Mozambique, one of the schools the teachers visit each year, spent the day at Landmark, touring the campus, observing classes, and meeting with administrators. “We wanted... Read More
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
Homecoming 2019
Posted on Monday, October 21, 2019
Landmark School's Annual Homecoming Celebrations What a great day! Record crowds came out to enjoy the sunshine and celebrate Landmark's Homecoming on October 19, 2019! Here are some highlights Nearly 200 runners ran, walked, and strolled through the scenic 5K. Participants, sponsors, and faculty vendors showcased beautiful wares and great promotions. Carnival treats were enjoyed by all. It's never too early in the morning to indulge in cotton candy! Kids cuddled rabbits, chickens, and... Read More
ems fall fest pumpkin painting
Posted on Monday, October 21, 2019
An October bomb cyclone may have downed trees and left thousands of people without power, but it didn’t dampen spirits at the 2019 Elementary•Middle School Fall Festival. The activity-packed event went on as planned just a day after an unexpected storm resulted in the cancellation of school. Students enthusiastically participated in activities that included slime making, toilet paper bowling, candy corn bingo, pumpkin decorating, and, of course, eating doughnuts on a string! Thank you to the... Read More
Basketball Statistics
Posted on Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Math in Action On Tuesday, 10/8/19 several math department classes participated in the first ever math department basketball free throw activity getting students got off the bench and into the game called Statistics!!! Shots were taken by over 80 students, results were tallied, and the game went into overtime with small group discussions and analysis. The purpose of this activity was to allow each student an opportunity to create real life data to use in their classes. Students have been... Read More
Landmark students speak up to raise awareness about learning disabilities and inspire future educators. #DyslexiaAwareness #Advocate #learningdisabilities #learndifferently
Posted on Monday, October 7, 2019
Given the resounding success of the student-led composting initiative at the High School, the Elementary•Middle School began its own composting program on October 7. Before the first bit of material was placed in the composting bins, Deb Telep and the Green Team gave a presentation showing students what can and cannot be composted. The students were vigilant about making sure the bins were not contaminated by non-organic material. Isabel West ‘20 and August Reid ‘20, the masterminds of the... Read More
ems 8th grade leadership retreat landmark school
Posted on Thursday, October 3, 2019
  On October 1, the entire eighth grade class at the Elementary•Middle School participated in the seventh annual Leadership Retreat. Events were held on campus and at Gordon College. The goal of the day is to learn about leadership, brainstorm ways to strengthen the community, bond as a class, and to have fun! Since the class includes many new eighth graders, it was a nice way to kick off the year and create a sense of community, while also fostering leadership skills and encouraging students... Read More
ally day 2019 landmark high school
Posted on Thursday, October 3, 2019
Dozens of students, faculty, and staff participated in Ally Day at the High School on October 3. Student and faculty members of the Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) handed out safe space stickers and encouraged community members to reflect on their values and actions and commit to the Ally Pledge, which states:  I believe that all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression deserve to feel safe and supported.  That means I pledge to: Not use anti-LGBT (Lesbian, Gay... Read More
landmark high school vettes to vets 2019
Posted on Monday, September 30, 2019
  Twenty-five Landmark High School students volunteered at the 16th Annual Vettes to Vets Day on September 29 to support veterans at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital in Bedford, Mass. Students were grouped into two teams, one processed thousands of donated items for the hospital before they were loaded onto the truck for delivery and the other worked the food line, serving thousands of people. Landmark Chaplain Bill Ferguson and teachers Olivia Bochicchio and Steven... Read More
Posted on Thursday, September 19, 2019
  Landmark EMS welcomed two educational study groups from Japan this week. Many were returning for their second, third, or more visits with us. The group was led by Professor Kazuki Tani and busy with a full schedule of observations including tutorials, classes, and even the Bike Repair shop and Elementary Music.  They visited with Bruce Miller, social studies department head, and heard presentations from Jennifer Schley-Johnson on ACTIVE reading strategies as well as from Wendy Ellis on... Read More


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