We were very proud when Landmark Middle School was chosen by The National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform as a School to Watch in 2014. The honors continued last week when Landmark was recognized as a Redesignated School to Watch for its “commitment to continued progress and achievement.”
Just 19 schools in California were redesignated with this honor. Eleven other schools in the state were named Schools to Watch for the first time.
The designation shows Landmark as a school that other middle schools across the nation can learn from. The California Department of Education lauded the school for several specific programs, including: a lunchtime tutoring program, MESA (Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement) program, teacher flex time, the English 3D Program, and a robust counseling program.
Be sure to congratulate all the staff at Landmark for this prestigious honor and recognition!