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landmark ems photography club
Posted on Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Photo credit: Paige BottarelliPhotography club, the newest club at Landmark Elementary•Middle School, is the product of a casual conversation between two teachers—and photo enthusiasts. Lauri Johnson and Erin Herzeelle share a love for photography and discussed how they could cultivate a similar passion in their students.  Ms. Herzeelle studied photography and print-making at Wellesley College, and for the past two years, Ms. Johnson has strolled campus with students during milkbreaks and... Read More
Chris Woodin
Posted on Friday, January 25, 2019
Join representatives from Landmark School at the Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) Annual International Conference, February 18–21, 2019, in Fort Worth, Texas. Stop by our exhibit booth #300 to meet Libby Parker, director of Admission, along with faculty presenters Chris Woodin and Bruce Miller to learn more about Landmark's High School, Elementary•Middle School, and summer programs. "The Conference was excellent. All the keynote speakers were very inspiring and shared wealth of... Read More
identity day landmark high school
Posted on Friday, January 25, 2019
On January 25, the Landmark Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) and the International Group celebrated Landmark's third annual Identity Day, a dress-down fundraiser in which students are encouraged to dress in clothing that represents their identity. Events included a photobooth, rich Belgian waffles provided by Sage Dining Services, and a collaborative "iceberg" project. Proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit Outright International and The Trevor Project. For the iceberg project, students wrote... Read More
landmark high school vending machine
Posted on Friday, January 11, 2019
In the world of politics, lofty campaign promises are frequently made, but few are actually fulfilled. That's the not the case for members of the 2018–2019 High School Student Council. In campaign speeches delivered in September, Student Council candidates Ethan Kerr '21 and Joseph Membrino '20 pledged to bring a vending machine to campus and Gillian Garvey '19 spoke about wanting to improve and expand the food options at Landmark. The candidates, who were all elected, were responding to... Read More
Red Velvet Cake War
Posted on Monday, November 19, 2018
by Isabella Combs, communications and marketing intern In November 2018, the Performing Arts Center’s stage was graced with The Red Velvet Cake War. Presented by the Landmark Drama Department under the direction of Nate Efinger and Technical Director Andy Knox, the play was a hit among actors and audience members alike. This play was the first to have a selected cast, which resulted into a group of hardworking and passionate performers that put on an entertaining, enjoyable, and articulate... Read More
landmark elementary middle school parents days 2018
Posted on Wednesday, November 14, 2018
By the Numbers Hundreds of parents and guardians descended on the High School and Elementary•Middle School campuses for fall Parents' Days. Take a look at these facts and stats about the event-packed days. High School October 18 and 19 Number of visitors who attended: 510  ​Number of conferences: 2,529Sporting events: Boys varsity soccer, girls varsity soccer, varsity golf, varsity volleyball, JV volleyballArt events: Performing Arts Parents' Day ShowcaseReception at Headmaster Bob Broudo's... Read More
2018-2019 student advocates landmark school
Posted on Friday, November 9, 2018
Landmark students juggle many responsibilities each day: school, homework, sports, arts, community service, and often long commutes. Each year, 10 seniors add another time-consuming commitment to their schedules that requires travel, public speaking, and sharing personal stories. That role is being a Student Advocate. The Advocates, led by faculty members Jason Mansfield, Dan Ahearn, and Ashley Hubacz, deliver presentations to graduate and undergraduate education students at local colleges and... Read More
landmark student with special olympics soccer player
Posted on Thursday, November 8, 2018
On November 4, 77 bleary-eyed teenagers and eight teachers woke at dawn and made their way to the cafeteria for some early morning grub: cereal, bagels, and coffee—sustenance to fuel them for a day of volunteering at the Massachusetts Special Olympics State Soccer Tournament at the Governor's Academy in Byfield. The students were assigned a particular team, and they spent the day with that team, cheering them on during games, getting lunches for them, and hanging out with them between games.... Read More
learning disabilities association logo
Posted on Monday, November 5, 2018
The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) and the Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA), organizations with long histories of serving individuals with LD, have partnered to combat misperceptions that lead to stigmatization and unfulfilled potential in individuals with learning disabilities. Through their collaboration, the groups will build awareness about the nature of learning disabilities and highlight the urgent need for early identification, appropriate remediation, and... Read More
rocco artsonia
Posted on Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Rocco, an eighth grader at Landmark Elementary•Middle School, was selected as Artsonia's Artist of the Week for grades 7 through 9. Rocco earned a $50 gift certificate and Landmark's digital arts classroom will receive a $100 gift certificate to Dick Blick Art Supplies. Rocco's digital mandala received a total of 800 votes!  The Artist of the Week program, sponsored by Blick Art Materials, is a weekly contest that showcases art from students in four grade categories: PreK–3, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-... Read More