I just wanted to take a minute to share how grateful we are for Coach White’s 7th grade Bible - Kindness Challenge. Our daughter has woken up each morning excited to spread Jesus’s loving-kindness with our neighbors. Quarantine has been a creative catalyst! It keeps Charlotte thinking creatively and focusing on putting the needs of others ahead of her own.
We live in a sinful world, and racism is one of those sins. As a board, we believe the death of George Floyd and all forms of racism against the Black community are intolerable. Our hearts are broken for this family and far too many others who have been negatively impacted by acts of indifference. Our desire as a Board is to acknowledge current events, knowing our response will teach our children more about our relationship with God and our love for others. As a Landmark community, we must be actively anti-racism.
Jim Lee, Aviation Instructor, Landmark Christian School
Rising senior Sam Maxwell has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship for flight training by the AOPA Foundation. Every year, AOPA selects eighty high school students across the country in a highly competitive application process.
Trey Bedosky, class of 2020, was named to the Georgia Sports Writers 1st Team All-State Football Team this spring. This is Trey's third 1st Team All-State Honor for football that he has received this year.
Landmark middle and high school art students recently participated in the Peachtree City Kiwanis Art and Music Showcase. To participate, students had to be members of Key Club or be residents of Fayette County. While the Showcase itself was canceled due to COVID-19, artists were still recognized and awarded.