Landmark, located in Halstad, Minnesota was formerly the Norman County West High School. The mission of Landmark is to promote community and advance the self-sufficiency of residents of all ages in a state-of-the-art Community Education, Fitness and Recreation Center. We envision a center that combines a technology hub, a Public Library, fitness and recreation, educational programs, and a Landmark center that the community can be proud of.
With a mission of advancing the self-sufficiency of residents of all ages, we envision the Community Learning Center and partner organizations will offer programs within it to support children and young people as they build knowledge, skills, and character that can set them on the path to economic freedom. Our goal is to empower children, young people and community members by bringing them together in a safe, welcoming environment where they can learn, share and thrive.
Landmark currently offers the following services or amenities:
Request for Proposal-The City of Halstad welcomes proposals for development or redevelopment of the Landmark building and green space. If you need assistance with the RFP, or have questions, contact us at 218-456-2128.
Learn more about what the Landmark has to offer and future plans for the facility in The Forum news article “School’s out forever in Halstad, but town determined to repurpose its building” written by Tammy Swift. You can also listen to The InForum Business Beat Podcast episode “Determined and ambitious, the rural community of Halstad has big plans for its former high school” with host Thomas Evanella and reporter Tammy Swift.