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Landmark News and Events

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Posted on Thursday, May 14, 2020
by Amy Conant The entire school had earned the Golden Croc in April for stepping up during this unique time in history; however, I am instructed to give it to just one deserving person. This person is, to me, a literature sommelier. When I bring students to the library, she knows their palate and through encouragement supports students to choose a book that might be pleasing to them. She broadens their literature taste by offering books similar to the one they had, or intrigues them with an... Read More
North Shore Honors Scholars from Landmark School
Posted on Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Seniors Catherine DiGiovanni, Anna (AJ) Hughson, Alice Schwechheimer, Greta Wright, Isa West, and Liz Theriault were recognized in May by the North Shore Chamber of Commerce for their outstanding academic excellence. Each year, the Chamber honors the top 5% of graduating seniors from 32 North Shore public and private secondary schools at a dinner and reception. The ceremony was not held this year, but their achievements were still lauded. Congratulations! You can find an article about the... Read More
International Group Virtual Meeting
Posted on Friday, May 8, 2020
Did you know that May 21 is World Cultural Diversity Day? The International Group is fired up, learning about it and discussing how our heritage impacts our day-to-day lives. What is your heritage? Celebrate it today with an ethnic food or song or dance! Stay safe and have fun! While campus is closed, the International Group remains busy meeting virtually. Here are just a few of the students and teachers during one of their meetings.
Judge Jeffrey Karp visits Landmark School
Posted on Monday, May 4, 2020
Remote learning has started to feel remarkably "normal" as Landmark students have adjusted to attending one-to-one tutorials, gathering in small groups for academic classes, visiting teachers during "office hours," even joining athletic team meetings—all online. So when head of Landmark's High School, Bill Barrett, needed to shift an in-person presentation by Superior Court Judge Jeff Karp to an online session, no one skipped a beat. On Friday, May 1, more than 20 students, faculty, and staff... Read More
Posted on Friday, May 1, 2020
The High School Study Skills Department held its first-ever virtual debates on May 1. First- and second-year debate students discussed nuclear energy and the drinking age. The students presented meticulously researched evidence and cohesive arguments in an organized, thorough manner, especially considering the medium: Google Meet, which inevitably introduces an assortment of technical glitches. Because students have been learning remotely for six weeks, they did not have a chance to practice... Read More
Positivity News Headline
Posted on Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Landmark EMS student, Mitchell, has created a student newspaper called Positivity News. The Positivity News shares a collection of stories from the Landmark EMS community that are positive in nature. His mission is to show people there is hope in every situation because of the positive acts happening every day in the world. Mitchell will continue to collect stories of anything positive that you have observed or participated in at home or online. Please email Mitchell or his tutor/academic... Read More
spring photo flower bud
Posted on Thursday, April 23, 2020
In April, Elementary•Middle School teacher Lauri Johnson encouraged students to get outside and capture the beauty that comes with the emergence of spring. Every two weeks, she sent them a photo assignment and a photo tip and students submitted their images to a shared website. Photo by Tyler Berard   Photo by Cody Vincent
Posted on Thursday, April 2, 2020
The Winter of 2020 did not deliver the usual drama of our region with mounds of white, fluffy snow, the excitement of an oncoming blizzard, or even a snow day. It was grey, dry, and frankly a little dull. But the more than 135 photos submitted by 27 Elementary•Middle School students for this year's Winter Photo Contest were anything but boring.  This year's EMS winner is Cameron Minster who has submitted photos to the contest for the past four years. Lauri Johnson, EMS faculty member who is... Read More
landmark school teachers in mozambique
Posted by By Beth Rowen on Monday, March 30, 2020
Three Landmark High School teachers, Michelle Boucher, Doug Musco, and Doug Walker, traveled to Mozambique over March break and worked with more than 100 teachers at three schools. The classes they visited ranged from small and intimate (think Landmark) to large and loud.  The Landmark team taught their colleagues about conducting open-ended projects with their students, making their classrooms fair and ethical, classroom management and social contracts, and much more. The presentations... Read More
adam craig purple day
Posted on Friday, March 27, 2020
Life as we know it has certainly changed amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the Landmark community has come together like never before. Our teachers are providing an enriching academic experience for our students; supporting each other by sharing tips, tools, and resources; participating in group meditations; and maintaining long-held traditions, such as Purple Day and animated milkbreak meetings. On Thursday, March 26, teachers donned purple clothing to celebrate Purple Thursday, a weekly... Read More


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