This blog post is written about by Landon’s school nurse, Julie Acebal, on the growing epidemic of vaping and how parents can communicate with their children about the health effects of electronic cigarettes.
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This blog post is taken from an ethics speech given by Bill ’20 to Upper School students and faculty. Bill spoke about this month’s ethics lesson on the subject of courage. One of the most courageous acts Bill took, he says, was to travel thousands of miles away from his home country China alone and attend high school in the U.S. at the age of 14.
This blog post is written by Mike McCormick, the assistant athletic director for sports medicine and wellness at Landon, as well as the school’s head athletic trainer. Mr. McCormick says new national guidelines encourage boys to try multiple sports, get rest, and resist the urge to specialize too soon.
The Healy Foundation has committed $500,000 to Landon School to support the initial implementation phases of our Campus Master Plan and the continued growth of the Landon Fund.
The Healy Foundation has committed $500,000 to Landon School to support the initial implementation phases of our Campus Master Plan and the continued growth of the Landon Fund. Please join us in thanking Andrus Healy ’90 and Laura and Keith Hoffman, parents of Mitchell ’17, Jack ’21, and Barrett ’24 for their generous support of Landon School.
This blog post is written by Landon’s Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Joe Canty about the “Be You” Youth Empowerment Summit held at Landon as a part of the school's partnership with ConnectDMV. The event was designed to help families of color navigate the private school experience and their own personal journey, as well as to help them connect with each other through shared conversation and ideas.
Landon is fulfilling the goal articulated in the Strategic Plan to “develop a sustainable, school-wide, and integrated approach to academic technology and technology infrastructure” by using Microsoft Surface computers schoolwide. For the coming school year, 2020-21, the school will adopt several changes.