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Landmark News and Events

Early childhood education google meet
Posted on Thursday, June 11, 2020
by Natalia Harrison A group of alumni recently joined the Early Childhood Education (ECE) class via Google Meet to talk about their experiences after Landmark and how their time in the ECE class helped point them toward their current path.  They're all studying or working in the field of early childhood, education, or social work. Thank you, Landmark Alumni! Katie Goldberg '15 Tori Clark '14 Josie Steere '19 Mike Santana '14 Lizzie MacMannis '18 Jamie Bergin '14 Matt McDonald '12  
landmark elementary school awards
Posted on Thursday, June 11, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic may have changed the setting of the annual awards ceremony at Landmark Elementary•Middle School, but it didn't dampen the spirit of students, faculty, and presenters. In fact, given the situation, the awards took on larger meaning. Six awards were presented to deserving students on June 9, 2020.  Christopher Langston Award for Citizenship: Rose werner '24 The Chris Langston Citizenship Award is awarded in memory of Chris Langston. Chris was a pleasant, caring, helpful... Read More
items on table with elements chemistry
Posted on Friday, June 5, 2020
by Ms. Scanlon During remote learning students in one of our chemistry classes went on a scavenger hunt to collect various items. This assignment encouraged students to use a multi-sensory approach to deeper their understanding that chemistry is all around us! After learning about elements, atoms, and the periodic table students were then asked to identify what element(s) are in the items and label them. The students took a picture of their work and uploaded it to share during class. Below are... Read More
Community Service All Stars
Posted on Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Part 2 Every year Rev. Bill Ferguson recognizes students who have gone above and beyond in the community service program. Typically, an All-Star would be someone who accumulated 50 hours or more, but because our time on campus was cut short, Rev. Bill Ferguson decided to make 30 hours the minimum for All-Stars this year. This year we will be recognizing several students as Community Service All-Stars. The first five, found in this article, were seniors. The last several ​are represented below... Read More
virtual art show
Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2020
Art Department Co-Heads Kara Healey and Beth Jamieson hung a stunning virtual 3D art show for senior Portfolio students Emily Dirico, Callie Dangel, Abigail Garthwaite, Lydia Jackson, Sarah Mann, Henry Terrien, and Alex Williams. The art show is divided into two rooms. Room One features the work of Callie Dangel, Emily Dirico, Lydia Jackson, and Henry Terrien. Room Two features the work of Abigail Garthwaite, Sarah Mann, and Alex Williams. Landmark’s Portfolio course focuses on the... Read More
Landmark School gold key winners scholastic art awards
Posted on Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Each year, several talented Landmark students submit their artwork to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the longest-running and most prestigious program for teen artists and writers in the country. Landmark students regularly dominate independent schools in this auspicious program. You can see recent Landmark winners here. This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, Scholastic put together a virtual 2020 SCHOLASTIC GOLD KEY ART EXHIBIT. Landmark School is honored to have the following... Read More
poetry reading girl
Posted on Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Congratulations to Landmark's Morgan Frazer and Miles Renney for being finalists in this year's Beverly Public Library poetry contest! Morgan's poem "March Bands Parade" and Miles's poem "Sahara" are read in the video below. Morgan reads at 2:40 Miles reads at 7:14
Pie chart cultures at Landark
Posted on Tuesday, May 26, 2020
by Ms. Zaralides The International Group would like to thank everyone who participated in the cultural survey. Based on 56 responses we are happy to share a pie chart (below) representing some of the cultures of the Landmark community. We are honored and privileged to be a part of such a diverse group of individuals. Thank you to the International Group for initiating this survey and to everyone who responded. Look how diverse and culturally rich our community is! Cultures whose labels don’... Read More
Girl Smiling Katya
Posted on Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Every year Rev. Bill Ferguson recognizes students who have gone above and beyond in the community service program. Typically, an All-Star would be someone who accumulated 50 hours or more, but because our time on campus was cut short, Rev. Bill Ferguson decided to make 30 hours the minimum for All-Stars this year. This year we will be recognizing ten students as Community Service All-Stars. The first five, represented here, are seniors. The second five will be recognized next week. Please join... Read More
Aluminum Foil Boat 1
Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Hands-on learning and experimenting continues to thrive at Landmark—just in a different setting! Sophie Wilson's science classes at the Elementary•Middle School studied oceanography and marine ecology in May. Students learned about properties of ocean water, currents, waves, tides, climate change, and the impact of micro-plastics in the marine environment. Several classes conducted at-home experiments, testing how an egg floats in water at varying salinity levels and devising an aluminum foil... Read More

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