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Landmark Collegiate is excited to announce that best-selling author, Sigmund Brouwer, will be our guest for the day on Thursday, February 8th. Sigmund will make a group presentation on story to the grades 5-12 first thing in the morning. Then he will do smaller group presentations about the writing process in the classrooms for grades 11/12, grades 9/10, grades 7/8 and grades 5/6. During lunch he will host a writers club for students who are more serious about their writing.… Read More
Happy New Year! We hope everyone had an enjoyable and restful Christmas break. Just before we left for the break, many LC students participated in a number of social justice projects. The SWAV group organized a school wide drive colleting items for the Tache Christmas Hamper. The Grade 11 and 12 students spent the last day before the break volunteering at Union Gospel’s Women Shelter and at Salvation Army. The start of the New Year proves to be as busy… Read More
The Student Council of Landmark Collegiate have planned a great week of fun starting on Monday, October 23rd. Schedule of Spirit Week: Monday, October 23rd Pajama Day Tuesday, October 24th Doubles Day Wednesday, October 25th Movie/TV Day Thursday, October 26th Decade… Read More