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Landmark News and Events

Jen women in sport basketball player running off court
Posted on Wednesday, February 5, 2020
National Girls and Women in Sports Day is observed on February 5. This day acknowledges the accomplishments of female athletes, recognizes the influence of sports participation for women and girls, and honors the progress and continuing struggle for equality for women in sports. In an attempt to celebrate the purpose of the day, the Landmark Athletic Department is spotlighting three successful female athletes in the Landmark Community. Jen Whyte - Teacher and Live In  Jen was a multi-sport... Read More
lydia jackson self portrait scholastic art gold key winner
Posted on Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Landmark High School students won a total of 28 awards at the regional level of the 2020 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Three students won the Gold Key Award, six the Silver Key, and 15 students earned a total of 19 Honorable Mentions. (See below for a full list.)  "This year, we had students recognized from a variety of classes including, Foundations, Printmaking, Painting, Graphic Design, Drawing, and Portfolio. It's especially exciting that we had four Woodworking students receive ... Read More
adult writing using a mirror in dyslexia simulation
Posted on Tuesday, January 28, 2020
On Saturday morning, January 25, 2020, dozens of parents and family members of Landmark students attended the Experience Dyslexia Simulation at the Elementary-Middle School. A little bleary-eyed and perhaps apprehensive about what was about to happen, parents grabbed a quick coffee and chatted with other participants prior to the program.  The Landmark Parents' Association sponsors this annual event to help parents understand what their child with dyslexia may be feeling in the classroom. And... Read More
start with hello week Landmark Elementary Middle School
Posted on Tuesday, January 28, 2020
During the week of January 27–31, Landmark Elementary•Middle School students and faculty are participating in Start With Hello Week, part of the Sandy Hook Promise organization’s initiative to decrease social isolation and promote inclusion. It’s an event-packed week, with students engaging in a variety of activities that foster a sense of connectedness and display kindness and empathy. On Tuesday, January 28, enthusiastic faculty and administrators greeted students with an exuberant "warm... Read More
Lisa Fenn and Dartanyon Crocket at Landmark School
Posted on Wednesday, January 22, 2020
On the Friday afternoon before the long Martin Luther King holiday weekend, more than 200 Landmark faculty members gathered in the Ansara Athletic Center to listen to local author Lisa Fenn share her remarkable story. The event was organized and sponsored by Landmark's internal professional development committee, InReach. At that time of day and after a long week, most teachers might start to mentally check out, but not this group of educators. Instead, they listened with rapt attention to Fenn... Read More
landmark high school student advocates
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
Taylor Nault girl smiling
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


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