February News

We are completing the first semester and many grade 9 – 12 students are working on final assessments. Report cards for grade 9 – 12 will be posted on the parent portal on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. We have some new staff have joined our Landmark Collegiate team. Mr. Brock Martens will be taking over from Mr. Tessman and Ms. Cyndal Kiesman will be teaching half time for Ms. Penner. I know they both will quickly come to know the… Read More

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Camp Arnes Postponed

The Grade 8 learning trip to Camp Arnes has been postponed to February 13-15.

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January News

Happy New Year! We hope everyone had an enjoyable and restful holiday season.  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 Salvation Army. We helped sort and pack all left over toys from the various Christmas drives. These items will… Read More

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December News

Christmas holidays will be here before we know it but the Collegiate remains a busy place. Congratulations to all volleyball teams on a very successful season this year. Thank you to all staff and community coaches for their time and dedication to provide this great opportunity for students. Congratulations to the JV girls for winning the Zone 13 championship and advancing to the Provincials in Brandon Nov. 22 – 24.  The JV Boys advanced to Provincials as well by winning… Read More

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November News

Thanks to all who supported our school fundraiser by purchasing or selling chocolates, the money raised will go to offset the costs for student extra-curricular activities such as sport costs, student council events, musical costs, field trips, grad costs, and special presentations. Thanks to all who purchased Show and Save books from the PTA. The money donated from the PTA will go towards further developing the outdoor recreational area. November is the first reporting period. Grade 7 – 12 reports… Read More

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Paperless Day November 7th

Trees are being cut down at a crazy rate of 15 billion per year! Landmark Collegiate will be participating in a school wide paperless day on November 7. There will be fundraiser on Paperless Day to raise money for planting trees in our school yard. For $2 you can be entered into a prize draw. Some of the items in the prize draw are candy, chips and a Tim Hortons gift card.

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October News

The year got off to another positive start. There is so much energy that students bring to school in the month of September, it really feels great.  At Landmark Collegiate we want to develop important life and career skills to help our students be successful after graduation. On our first day of school we focused on exploring these skills with our students to help develop a better understanding of them. The activities were intended to highlight the learning that comes… Read More

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September News

Welcome back students, teachers and support staff. We hope you had a relaxing and enjoyable summer. A special welcome to the Grade 7 students and to any Gr. 8 to 12 students who are new to our school and the community of Landmark.    We do not have any new teachers starting the year and all of us are excited for another great year. The first day of classes is on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. On that day we will be… Read More

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Escape Room Adventure

Presented by SWAV – Students with a Vision Escape the Room and Help Support Victims of Human Trafficking on Thursday, May 31st at Landmark Collegiate.  $5.00 per person Group size is 6-8.  Open to students at 11:00am and the general public after 4:00pm.  To reserve a spot please contact the office at 204-355-4020 The Theme: A chemistry experiment gone wrong has accidently created a virus that produces ‘zombie-like’ symptoms in the infected. Luckily, it can only be spread through touch.… Read More

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