Seniors!! Filing the FAFSA is an important part of your senior year. Get free expert help from StepUp Utah at our FAFSA Completion Open House Thursday March 22nd from 3-6.
Landmark works to instill 5 Vital Behaviors that will keep our students on the pathway to success, no matter what they choose to do with their lives. To promote these behaviors, we award Student of the Month accolades to 5 students who have excelled at one or more of these behaviors.
For the month of December those students are the following:
Attendance: Nelson Talavera has perfect attendance. No absences, no tardies.
In Anthropology this terms, students are learning about how environment and culture interact to create unique human populations. To get a better understanding of this interplay, students did tests on soil samples to determine which soils were more likely to give rise to agricultural civilizations.
Earlier this week, students in Sueann's Digital Media class took a field trip to take photos to begin their unit about photography.
Recently, in Cope's and Emily's Biology classes, students conducted important experiments to help them understand DNA mutations. Possibly the most important lab student's have ever had... making pancakes!
The best way to learn is on a full stomach!
In light of the recent events in Florida and other tragedies that have happened around the country, Nebo School District is teaming up with KSL on February 22, 2018, as we Stand Up for a Safe Utah.
Our next blood drive is coming up! This February 21st (Wednesday)... If you're interested, sign up with Brian in Room 147.
Nebo School District is always trying to improve communication and responsiveness to our stakeholders.
Landmark is a family. Families support and are there for each other. This became even more evident this last year when our attendance secretary Michell Osborn became ill. Doctors had a difficult time determining the cause of her illness, it took months! Eventually she was diagnosed with Angioimmunoblastic T-Cell Lymphoma. Her story has helped three other people get a proper diagnosis. We have missed her dearly; as she's been out since the end of last school year. Faculty and staff all showed their support and were able raise over $1000 to help with expenses.
Several weeks ago, Chelsie anthropology class completed an archaeological dig to finish their unit about archaeology. Students had to map, grid, plot, excavate, and interpret site details to attempt to understand what happened at the sites.