Coronavirusnews - March 2020
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Coronavirus News

Mayor Issues Stay-At-Home Order

With  Mayor Strickland issuing a Stay-at-Home order  that took effect last night,  we're preparing for a much longer time away from campus  than we originally hoped. As we shared last week,  our physical facilities remain closed indefinitely.  Being a process school, our teachers continue to deliver age-appropriate, individualized learning for every student.  Earlier this week, our teachers made staggered trips to campus to gather materials for... Read More
at Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Online Classes Build Momentum

In faculty meetings before Spring Break, we shared our expectations and plan for instructional continuity with our staff.  The document is an internal framework that allows learning to continue across divisions in crisis scenarios. When we began planning for emergencies in which students wouldn't be able to come to campus, we built in a week of lighter course work to allow for our community to adapt to distance learning. With our first week coming to a close, we're proud of how... Read More
at Thursday, March 19, 2020

Initial Distance Learning Plans

Thank You to the Lausanne Community As we reflect on the last month and the ever-changing situation surrounding COVID-19, we're proud of our Lausanne community.  From when we first began asking you to prepare for possible disruptions to our on-campus activities in late February, the situation escalated quickly across the country. During spring break, when we officially made the decision to move to online classes, we knew our community was well prepared.  Our faculty... Read More
at Tuesday, March 17, 2020