A Look at Landmark Elementary•Middle School in the Fall
Headmaster Bob Broudo has announced plans to reopen the Elementary•Middle School campus in the fall.
Read details about the reopening plan for the Elementary•Middle School
Start of School Information
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Nut-Free/Peanut Free Policy
Landmark’s Elementary•Middle School (EMS) campus will be nut-free/peanut-free for the 2020–2021 school year. Due to the logistical challenges of COVID-19 mitigation strategies, our dining hall will be expanded into several socially distanced lunch areas. For students with life-threatening food allergies, this creates an increase in risk. EMS has chosen to eliminate these potentially life-threatening allergens from our campus. Sage Dining Service will continue to provide nut-free/peanut-free snacks and lunches for our campus. Sage’s kitchen and serving facilities are also nut-free/peanut-free. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
A Note from Claire Sullivan
2020欧洲杯备用网址This summer is one that involves a great deal of flexibility around here at the Elementary•Middle School—something you are likely experiencing as well. Every week, plans are formed and decisions are made with the hope to see you all on campus at the end of August. Much work is being done to create a hybrid model for learning this fall. This will ensure the opportunity for students to set foot on campus to meet teachers, sit alongside classmates at an approved social-distance, and spend time with friends at milkbreak and lunch recess.
Even though we were completely virtual this past spring, we did what we do best at Landmark EMS—we stayed true to our sense of community. That community, the one that you are all a part of, will be present from that first day of school to the last one, regardless of how our campus looks or whether it forms in-person or virtually. It encompasses all of the people and the work that we do together on a daily basis. We are excited to see you in the fall and begin that work for the 2020–2021 school year.