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Maegan Laymon Joins Lausanne Athletics Department

The Lausanne athletic department got another boost last week with the addition of Maegan Laymon as the new physical education teacher. Laymon comes to Lausanne with an impressive history in lacrosse at the college level. An Ilion, New York native, she grew up playing soccer as well as participating in track and field with her two brothers. A dual-sport athlete in high school, she also became a state qualifier in bowling, a sport she also enjoyed with her brothers. She started her lacrosse c... Read More
Posted by Steven Russell at Friday, June 18, 2021

Stella Nichols Mural Project

Stella Nichols ‘25 devoted many hours before and after school this year, creating a mural inspired by Lausanne’s diverse and global environment in the stairway leading up to the library and Lower Middle School.  Check out this time lapse of the process and Stella's thoughts about the piece here:   Read More
Posted by Drew Smith

"Everyone Has A Theory About Shopping Carts"

One of the SEL lessons we conducted with a group of 8th graders garnered a mention the NY Times.  Enjoy!  Link to article:  https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/08/style/shopping-cart-parking-lot.html Read More
Posted by Drew Smith

The Enlightenments and Morals of The Curse of Three-Year Hill By April Zhang '25

Congratulation to April Zhang '25 for competing in the national junior essay competition for the Sejong Cultural Society and earning first place for her essay The Enlightenments and Morals of The Curse of Three-Year Hil. The Sejong Cultural Society strives to advance awareness and understanding of Korea's cultural heritage among people in the United States by reaching out to the younger generations through contemporary creative and fine arts. It is their hope that through the organiz... Read More
Posted by Shayne Dotson at Wednesday, June 2, 2021