Lower School students worked in groups to construct bridges using hot glue and uncooked spaghetti noodles. On demolition day, they put their bridges to the test, measuring the lightest bridge that could hold the most weight.
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Middle School students built large balloons out of plastic and calculated buoyant and downward force, making a prediction on how much weight their balloon would be able to lift. They put them to the test and learned all about the forces that are all around us in this hands-on exercise.
The nineteenth annual Symphonette at Landon brought together young string performers to play with an orchestra.
Upper School students worked on an art project that, through shading, colors, and shadows, tricks the eye into thinking the drawing or painting is a real object.
Landon's teachers, librarians, and academic specialists have guidance for parents who may be looking for online and outdoor activities for their children during Spring Break and beyond as we maintain social distancing.
This is an ethics speech given by Upper School Math Teacher Anna Vice to Upper School students and faculty on the topic of responsibility. Ms. Vice explains how her father’s health impacted her family and the decisions she has made throughout her life.
Middle School students learned about culture and vocabulary in their Mandarin class by reviewing food objects, interviewing one another, and racing in a chopstick challenge.