December Sixer News

Here are some updates as we head into the last weeks before the Christmas Break. The last day of classes is on Wednesday, December 21. There are a variety of things being planned that may not be as academic as a regular day, but they are important for teachers to build relationships and community in the classroom and to celebrate the hard work that has been done so far. We value having the students here on that day. The Grade… Read More

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November Sixer News

Sixer Update – November 14, 2022 Here are some things to note for the upcoming month: Report Cards Report cards will be posted on the Parent Portal on Friday, November 18th at 1:00pm. Parent Teacher Interviews Parent/Teacher conferences will be taking place on Wednesday, November 23 from 4:10-7:00. Teachers will be available for short, 10-minute conversations regarding your child. Teachers will be stationed in their homerooms and additional staff will be around to direct you to the room you are… Read More

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October Sixer News

After five weeks we are in full swing. It’s been a great start to the year. Here are some things to note for the upcoming month Sixer Volleyball Season is now on for all teams. Thanks to all our coaches who are providing this opportunity for our students. See website for schedules.  7 Girls: Kayla Berg, Kim Fast; 7 Boys: Jozanne MacDonald with student helpers Cole Koop, Judah Beech; 8 Girls: 2 teams – Jordan Moyer, Steph Reimer; 8 Boys:… Read More

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Grade 7 News

To parents, guardians of students coming to grade 7, I would like to welcome you to Landmark Collegiate. Some of you already have children attending our school and for others this is your first year here.  But you all have a child who is unique in their own way coming into our school and we want to make sure that they feel welcome and belong here. We have some terrific grade 7 teachers who will be do their best in… Read More

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September Sixer News

Welcome back! We hope you all had a terrific summer.  A special welcome to the Grade 7 students and to all other students who are new to our school and the community of Landmark.  In addition to the grade 7’s, 33 new students are coming to Landmark Collegiate. We anticipate a starting enrollment of 224. We would also like to welcome some new staff to our school. Ms. Kayla Berg and Mr. Nicholas Reimer are joining our Landmark Collegiate teaching… Read More

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June Sixer News

Our 33 grads will tell you that as of June 7, 2022, there are 8 days of regular classes and 22 days till grad. Here are some important dates in the month of June. Thursday, June 9, Grade 7 and 8 Track Meet at StoneyBrook Middle School Friday, June 10, Annual Landmark Collegiate Talent Show Monday, June 13, HSD Professional Development Day – No School Friday, June 17, Last Day of Classes for grade 10 – 12 Monday, June 20,… Read More

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May Sixer News

Hanover School division has created its Land Acknowledgement Statement. It is read every Monday morning during the morning announcements. We will also be reading this at all public events. We acknowledge the traditional territory upon which the schools of Hanover School Division reside as the lands of Treaty 1 territory and the homeland of the Metis people. Hanover School Division operates on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe. In the spirit of truth, reconciliation, and collaboration, we honour our relationship… Read More

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March Sixer News

The second semester is now into full swing. The easing of restrictions is allowing us to make some changes which is making school feel more and more normal. Thanks to our ELA teachers and Ms. Schalm for their efforts in promoting I Love to Read month. We had some excellent participation.  Students and staff read over 315 books with the grade 7 and 8 students leading the way. Report Cards and Assessment: Grade 7/8 report cards will be posted to… Read More

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Spectators at Sport Events

We are happy to say that we can now have spectators at HSD schools for all sporting events. Here is some pertinent information: All spectators over the age of 18 must show proof of being fully vaccinated (QR Code either on your cell phone or vaccination card.) and government issued photo identification (ex. driver’s license). We anticipate this to change after March 1. Those under the age of 18 do not need to be vaccinated to attend Masks covering the… Read More

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February Sixer News

I want to first thank the students, staff, and parents for a fantastic week of remote learning. We had amazing engagement, but we were glad to be back for in-person learning despite all the snow day interruptions. There are no real changes in how we are doing school except for some spacing adjustments in band and choir. We are just completing the first semester for grade 10 – 12 students. Since we cancelled our formal assessment week, the snow days… Read More

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