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Lynx4rEarth Invited To Le Bonheur Following Fundraiser

In December, Lausanne fifth graders hosted their second annual holiday PopUp Shop, earning over $500. The young entrepreneurs sold both of their handmade products, EarBuddies and Stretchlets, for $3 each. Through feedback from their advisory board (made up of upper and lower school students and adults from the business world) and marketing surveys, they adjusted their earbud organizers and jewelry/hair ties to appeal to a larger audience. Lynx4rEarth sold about 80 of each item. Af... Read More
at Thursday, February 7, 2019

Ten Lausanne Athletes Sign Letters Of Intent As Part Of National Signing Day

Ten Lausanne athletes took to the stage in the Elder Performing Arts Center (EPAC) on Wednesday to sign their national letters of intent to play athletics at the university level.  As part of National Signing Day, senior high school athletes sign their official letters of intent to the college or university of their choice.  The Lausanne athletes from the class of 2019 signing on Wednesday consisted of athletes from three sports. Football, lacrosse and baseball were all represente... Read More
at Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Kaitlyn Wright '19: Senior Profile

As a member of Varsity Cheer, Lacrosse and Track and Field, Kaitlyn Wright ’19 has spent her time at Lausanne embracing the school’s atmosphere she has grown to love. “The Lausanne community is the best aspect of being a student,” said Kaitlyn. “Everyone on campus is always kind to each other, classmates offer to help you with work and the teachers and faculty help students to the best of their ability. Although there are many great parts of Lausanne that I love... Read More
at Monday, February 4, 2019

The Primary Years Programme in First Grade

After spending the school year exploring through the world of spicenomics, our first-graders were ready to showcase the treats they created. As a part of the PYP transdisciplinary theme, How We Organize Ourselves, the spicenomics journey involved the class of 2029 growing herbs in a garden and creating recipes and products from the plants. While the herbs were growing, students investigated the process of running a business by taking a field trip to the Lynx Store and Blue Heron Café... Read More
Posted by Shayne Dotson at Sunday, February 3, 2019