With health and safety procedures implemented across campus, Senior Class President Justice Crawford '21, Vice President Alex Rochkind '21 and Secretay Sophie Manis '21 knew planning this year's Freshmen-Senior Week would be different. However, the three seniors took on the challenge and came up with creative ways to ensure students could still have a memorable, interactive experience.
"Freshmen-Senior Week is one of the best traditions that both classes look forward to," said Justice. "Going into this year, it was extremely important that Sophie, Alex and I made this happen and I am so happy that we had the chance to bond with the Class of 2024!"
During the anticipated event, each freshman pairs up with a senior for a week full of fun bond-building festivities. The experience is unique because it gives upperclassmen celebrating their final year at Lausanne the opportunity to connect and share their practices with Lynx just beginning their Upper School journey.
This year, students kicked-off the commemoration with a socially distanced meet-and-greet luncheon on the field, followed by different activities throughout the week like dressing as alien and cowboys for duo day dress-up day and making signs for Celebrate Your Senior Day. On Friday, students decked out in Blue and Gold spirited attire and returned to the field for a catered lunch, fun-filled contests, and a dance performance from members of the football team.
While the overall week looked quite different from previous years, the seniors were still happy to welcome the freshmen to the Upper School. Check out pictures from the events on our facebook page!