March News

The second semester is now into full swing. Congratulations to all our bands who performed so well at this year’s Optimist Festival. All bands received high marks and complimentary remarks from the adjudicators. The Senior Jazz band is now preparing to play at the Brandon Jazz Festival, March 19 and 20. Congratulations to all our LC basketball teams for their participation in this year’s basketball season. They represented the community of Landmark very well. A huge thank you to our… Read More

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LC Ski Trip

Friday, February 7th Grade 7-12 Ski Trip to Falcon Lake Terrain Park will be accessible Enjoy a full day of Skiing, Snowboarding or Tubing and hanging with your friends.  Those who do not attend must come for regular school day. Costs: Ski (equipment and lift ticket) – $37.00 Snowboard (equipment and lift ticket) – $37.00 Tubing (equipment and lift ticket) – $25.00 Lift Ticket only if you have your own equipment – $20.00 Get your permission form signed to reserve… Read More

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January News

Happy New Year! We hope everyone had an enjoyable and restful holiday season. Congratulations to our varsity boys and girls volleyball teams who did very well at provincials this past month. The girls played well but, in the end, fell to a strong Ile des Chenes team. The boys won the AA Provincial Title with an exciting win over Ile des Chenes.  Callum Plett and Seth Peters were named tournament all-starts and Alan Hiebert was named tournament MVP. Callum was… Read More

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Congratulations Varsity Boys Provincial AA Champions

Team Members Seth Peters, Allan Hiebert, Will Reimer, Callum Plett, Dawson Dick, Sam Toews, Owen Plett, Noah Keating, Ryland Penner and Coach Rob Giesbrecht. Congratulations to Seth Peters and Callum Plett being named to the All Star Team and Allan Hiebert receiving the Most Valuable Player Award. Callum Plett has also been selected to play in the Provincial Grad All Star Game.

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Grade 11 Biology students examine the effect of vaping at St. Boniface Research Lab

In the last two weeks of October, our grade 11 students had the opportunity to work for 3 days atf the Youth BioLab at the St Boniface Research Centre, located at St. Boniface Hospital. It is a real research lab where scientists are studying many cures for diseases. Student groups are invited in to create an experiment on their own, test it and reflect on the process. These experiments are done on stem cells to simulate what the effects would… 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, musical and grad costs in addition to student council events and special presentations. Thank you to Jenny Plett for organizing the annual Varsity vs Alumni Volleyball Game.  All proceeds helped support our volleyball program. November is the first reporting period. Grade 7 – 12 reports will be posted on the parent… Read More

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Varsity vs Alumni Volleyball Showdown

Landmark Collegiate’s Varsity Volleyball teams will face off against the Landmark Collegiate’s Alumni on Thursday, October 3rd.  Tickets are $10.00 each and can be purchased either at the school or at the door.  Doors open at 7pm game starts at 7:30pm. There will be an ice cream buffett. For more information please contact Jenny at jen@pletttrucking.com

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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 other students who are new to our school and the community of Landmark.    We would also like to welcome some new staff to our school. Ms. Katherine Andres and Mr. Cameron Groenendijk are joining our Landmark Collegiate teaching staff. Welcome as well to Mr. Link Wallace who is our new vice principal and… Read More

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June News

Landmark Collegiate’s 24 grads will tell you that as of June 1, there are 17 school days (and 11 days of regular classes) till grad.  The last day of classes for grade 9 – 12 will be on Monday, June 17, 2018. With grad being on Wed. June 26, the last day of regular classes for grade 7 and 8’s will be on Tuesday, June 25, 2019. For those students who do come to school on Wed. June 26, they… Read More

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May News

As we head into the final two months of the school year, students and staff continue to make every day a meaningful day of learning. I often get asked if we are winding down. In fact, we are only getting busier. While trying to complete the day-to-day and year-end tasks, we are busy planning for next year as well. Congratulations to the SY band who performed very well at the Chicago Band Festival at the end of April. Good luck… Read More

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