Landmark Voice May 2018

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 grade 7 band who performed very well at their first band festival on April 24. A huge… Read More

in: General

Project 11

Grade 7 Students Participate in Project 11 This is the second year that the grade 7s are taking part in PROJECT 11, a mental wellness initiative created by the Winnipeg Jets in honour of Rick Rypein. Recognizing that life is stressful, students need tools to create balance. The lessons in the program encourage students to be more self-aware of their mental, physical, emotional and social health, to be more empathetic, and to build stronger relationships. The topics covered in the… Read More

in: General

The Music Man

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, April 11th at 9:00am.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $6.00 for children 12 & under. Performances will be held on Thursday, April 26 and Friday, April 27 at 7:00pm at Landmark Collegiate. For more information or to purchase tickets please contact the office at 204-355-4020.  Payment can be made in cash and/or cheque made payable to LC.

in: General

Hockey Tournament for Heart Health

Throughout the months of January, February, and March, 15 grade 8 students from Landmark Collegiate studied the body system with a greater goal in mind. They wanted their learning to be impactful beyond the classroom, so the devised a hockey tournament to raise awareness of heart health. The students were given different roles and responsibilities within the organization of the tournament and the results were exciting for all. Isaac described his experience like this, “The process of creating our project… Read More

in: Events General Showcase of Learning

Landmark Voice April 2018

It’s amazing how time flies when you’re having fun. It’s hard to believe how much was done in the last few months. Congratulations to Ms. Kimberley Funk who has been hired to be the principal of the new Niverville High School. Kimberley will begin her new position on Feb. 1, 2019. She will remain as VP and guidance counsellor till then. Kimberley has been an excellent vice principal and guidance counselor at Landmark Collegiate for the past 5 years and… Read More

in: General

PTA Fundraisers

The PTA is offering 3 fantastic fundraising options. Black Pearl Coffee, Vesey’s Bulbs and Bothwell Cheese Order forms are available at the office.  Proceeds will be allocated to the outdoor recreation area.  Deadline to place orders is Wednesday, April 4th

in: General

RCMP ICE Unit March 21

Constable Gord Olson from the RCMP ICE Unit (Internet Child Exploitation Unit) will be back in Landmark on March 21 to talk to students (afternoon) and parents (6:30 pm) about to how use our devices safely and appropriately. He will talk about the risks of sexting and other behaviors that many are involved with. He will also educate the audience about how to protect themselves from online predators and how information about us can be very easily gathered from what we put online.  This is… Read More

in: Events General

Landmark Voice March 2018

We are now fully into the second semester of the school year. We had a few staff changes at the beginning of February. A special welcome Mr. Daniel Tessmann and Ms. Cassandra Giesbrecht to the LC Team. I know they will quickly see the great school and community we have the privilege of working in. 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.… Read More

in: General

Rock & Roll Literacy is coming to Landmark Collegiate

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

in: General