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2021 Campus Procedures

As you and your family prepare for the school year at Lausanne, please review the information below. 


Several activities at Lausanne will require students to verify they have received a coronavirus vaccine. We highly encourage students to receive their vaccine as soon as it becomes available for their age group. Proof of vaccinations may be required during or in other special circumstances, such as contact tracing. 

According to the CDC, people who have been vaccinated are not required to quarantine because of close contact. Knowing the total number of students that have received the vaccine will also help us determine when we would be able to have masks off inside our buildings. Additionally, proof of vaccination will be required to attend some activities, such as overnight trips and lock-ins. 

If your child has been vaccinated against the coronavirus, please share the proof with us by clicking here to share a picture of the vaccination card. Please include the person’s name and grade level.


If your student tests positive for COVID-19, or has been exposed to the coronavirus, they must quarantine for at least 10 days. People exposed to the coronavirus must quarantine for seven days with a negative test on day five or later. Following CDC recommendations, vaccinated students DO NOT have to quarantine. If a student must stay home for an extended amount of time due to the current CDC Covid-19 guidelines, age-appropriate learning accommodations will be provided. Please contact our school nurse to let them know of the possible exposure and to begin contact tracing. 


Beginning August 2, following AAP recommendations, to protect the 350 students that are not able to receive the vaccine at this point in time, all students, faculty and staff will be required to wear masks on campus, both indoors and in our campus breezeway. At the discretion of their teacher, masks may not be required outdoors outside of our breezeway where social distancing of three feet or greater can be maintained.  Members of athletic teams may also be allowed by their coach to go without a mask while practicing and competing. 

This policy will be reevaluated at fall break, when it could change as vaccination availability becomes more widespread, coronavirus transmission rates decrease, or the number of vaccinated students on campus grows. 

"Picking fall break would allow the school to witness the severity of the peek in a region where vaccinations are low and while children under 12 are still not eligible for the vaccine," explains Covid Task Force member Dr. Neil Hayes.

Visitors to campus should continue to wear facial coverings regardless of vaccination status.


Students, faculty and staff should still practice social distancing of at least three feet per CDC recommendations issued in March.


Please refer to our carpool page for carpool procedures. Parents are asked to remain in their cars and we will have more staff available at carpool to help students out of the car safely. 

  • Lower School - The school day for PK-4th grade is from 8 -3 p.m., with all students being dropped off from 7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m. Siblings in Middle School and Upper School can go directly to their first class.
  • Middle School - The school day for Middle School students is from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Drop off is between 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. Students with siblings in Lower and Upper School can be dropped off during Lower School carpool and go directly to their first classroom. 
  • Upper School - Students in Upper School should be dropped off or arrive at school between 8:30 a.m. and 8:50 a.m. Upper School students with siblings in other divisions may arrive on campus with their younger sibling.

Lunches will be provided to all on-campus students each school day. PK2, PK3 and JK students will eat in their classrooms, while individual classes in SK-12th Grade will be released to select their lunch in the Dining Hall. Students in LS and MS will eat their lunch in the Dining Hall in assigned, social distanced seating.


Please visit our carpool page for full carpool procedures.

  • Lower School - At the end of the school day, parents or guardians of Lower School students will line up for carpool beginning at 2:45 p.m. and can pick up students from 3 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Each student will be dismissed directly from their individual classroom as their ride arrives on campus. Please have your carpool tag in place to aid faculty and staff in the process. Students with siblings in other divisions will wait in their classrooms until the older siblings dismissal. 
  • Middle School - Parents or guardians of Middle School students will line up for carpool at 3:15 p.m. and can pick up students at 3:30 p.m. An administrator will radio to the student’s teacher, and they will quickly leave their classroom and enter their car. Each student will be dismissed directly from their individual classroom as their ride arrives on campus. Weather permitting, students will form socially distanced lines outside to help make this process as efficient as possible. All families will be given four QR code tags for any and all carpool vehicles. Siblings are connected on one QR code tag. These tags should be displayed on the passenger side inside window. Students with siblings in other divisions will wait in their classrooms until the older siblings' dismissal. 
  • Upper School - Students will be released at 3:40 p.m. and will be directed to leave campus as quickly as possible. Students in 9th grade who are being picked up will be supervised at the Gold - Tanner Loop for pick up. Students in 10th – 12th grade will be supervised at the Blue - Shockey Loop for pick up.