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EXPLORE SUMMERS @ LAUSANNE 2013 Lausanne Summer Camps (Rising JK–12th Grades) 1381 W. Massey Road Memphis, TN summers@lausanneschool.com www.lausanneschool.com/summer


Come explore the world with Lausanne this summer! Whether you are a current Lausanne family or just learning about our community for the first time, you will find our summer program is the best of both worlds. It is designed to provide campers with exciting summer enrichment combined with the thrill of a classic Lausanne summer. Lausanne’s beautiful 30-acre campus, which includes many new facilities, renovated sporting fields and Blue Heron Lake, provides a safe, nurturing and memorable summertime environment for rising Junior Kindergarten through 12th grade students. Please take a moment to review our brochure. Offerings are divided by grade level and have color-coded pages to make finding age-appropriate activities quick and easy. Each week several specialty camps are offered for each age group as well as weekly-themed activities to enhance each camp day. This year all camp registration will be completed online at www.lausanneschool.com/summer. I look forward to sharing a fantastic summer with your family. Please contact me with any questions:

Devon Pohlman Summer Camp Director dpohlman@lausanneschool.com


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Specialty Camps Camp Calendar by Week Summer Programming Rising JK and SK Campers Rising 1st and 2nd grade Campers Rising 3rd and 4th grade Campers Rising 5th through 12th grade Campers Upper School Academic Workshops Important Information

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Specialty Camps All Roads Lead to China

Gymnastics (PK–12th Grades)

May 28–May 31 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) Fee: $200 The Confucius Institute at the University of Memphis (CIUM) is proud to once again partner with Lausanne Collegiate School to offer this camp seasoned with Chinese culture. The camp titled, All Roads Lead to China, is an action-packed camp filled with enrichment activities focusing on the Chinese language and culture. Campers will experience such culture-infused activities as Chinese calligraphy, culinary arts, dancing, painting, Mandarin Chinese language lessons, Tai Chi and Wushu. In addition, the camp will include presentations from special guest performers.

June 4–July 30 (Excluding July 16) Tuesdays (3:30–4:30 p.m.) and/or Saturdays (9:30–10:30 a.m.) Fee: $160 (1 day a week) or $320 (2 days a week)

* Before- and AfterCare this week are as follows: BeforeCare: $5.00 per day (anytime from 7:30 a.m.–8:45 a.m.) AfterCare: $5.00 per day (anytime from 4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m.)

Musical Theater Bootcamp

The Conservatory at Lausanne (PK–12th Grades)

Students must be registered online for this by May 3, 2013.

(open to non-Lausanne students and adults as well)

Day/Times: vary Fee: $160/ 6 lessons, $210/ 8 lessons, $265/ 10 lessons The Conservatory at Lausanne provides individual and group music instruction for Lausanne students and the community-at-large (including adults), offering private piano, violin, guitar, voice and cello instruction. This summer, they plan to continue offering these lessons! Please e-mail Cynthia Romoff conservatory@lausanneschool.com for more information regarding The Conservatory at Lausanne.

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SPECIAL NOTE: No Gymnastics on Tuesday, July 16th due to Lausanne Learning Institute.

Gymnastics is a great way to have fun, stay fit and boost confidence! Not only will you gain instruction on all four Olympic events (floor, uneven bars, balance beam, vault), you will also learn to do the things you have seen on television. Yes, you can do it, too! The program, directed by Patty Moore, provides the latest in gymnastics technique and training for girls and boys ages three and up.

June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) Fee: $300 Junior and Senior Co., $100 Apprentice Artist Junior Company: 3rd–4th Grade Senior Company: 5th–8th Grade Apprentice Artists: 7th–12th Grade Musical Theatre Bootcamp is an exciting new summer program where campers will present an entire musical show—complete with costumes, lights, and sets—all in one week! Performers at different levels will have the full musical experience from audition to performance, including classes in voice, dance and drama as part of the full-day rehearsal process. Junior Company and Senior Company performers will perform roles in the production while Apprentice Artists will learn about supporting roles in the theater through hands-on experience, as well as participating in daily classes. The final performance will be in EPAC at Lausanne on Friday night.


Chess Camp With Mid-South Chess June 10–June 14 (9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.) Fee: $375 by May 1 ($100 Deposit holds your spot and is applied to tuition) $425 after May 1 SPECIAL NOTE: To register, please visit chesscamp.us or call Director, Arlene Kleiman at 901.276.4663

Chess makes you smarter in a fun, exciting and challenging environment! Mid-South Chess’s Chess Camp, the country’s premier chess camp, features some of the world’s best chess players including International Grandmaster Alexander Stripunsky, International Grandmaster Georgi Kashcheishvili, International Grandmaster Robert Hess, Women’s International Master Alisa Melekhina, International Master-Elect Teddy Coleman and early childhood educator Andre Duvall. All instructors are active and experienced chess coaches who enjoy sharing their chess strategies with the next generation. This camp is designed for all ages and levels. Each camper will be taught by every instructor on a rotating basis, and counselors will remain with a group throughout the day. There will be optional and supervised sports breaks. Camp includes a T-shirt, group photo, daily souvenir, trophy, autographed certificate and a tournament following the camp. Before- and AfterCare will be available. Camp is for commuters and residential campers. Open house, orientation and a simul all begin at 4:00 p.m., Sunday, June 9, at the Lausanne Elder Performing Arts Center.

Lausanne Palooza Friday, June 14, Friday, June 28, Friday, July 26 (4:00 p.m.–8:00 a.m.) Fee: $35 if signed up for programs on the week of Lausanne Palooza, $50 if coming ONLY for Lausanne Palooza (beginning at 4:00 p.m. on the selected days) It wouldn’t be a Lausanne summer without Lausanne Palooza! Over the summer, Lausanne will host three Lausanne Palooza events that consist of wild and crazy games, water slides and so much more! They will begin right after the

official camp day ends at 4:00 that afternoon. Campers will enjoy extra activities, a cookout, bonfire, and sleepover. Palooza camp outs will officially end at 8:00 a.m. the next morning. If your camper isn’t up to spending the night, it’s no problem. He/She can still join us for the fun activities and go home before the sleepover. Mark your calendars; it’s going to be a fun night had by all.

Jam Band 101 (5th–8th Grades) June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) Fee: $300 Full Day or $150 Half Day (12:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.) Get into the groove! Aspiring musicians are invited to take part in our summer music ensemble led by Neal Bowen, recording artist and bassist for the Grizzlies house band. Get a taste of what it’s like to be a musician and an artist, training in music you want to play. Already have a band with friends? Great. Enrolled in private lessons? Even better! Ensemble training is the outlet for putting into practice all that you’ve learned. In the mornings, we will listen to music, play lots of music, learn to hear what has been missing, and how to improve you chops. You will rehearse in different configurations and work on understanding basic harmony and rhythm, as well as navigating a rhythm chart/lead sheet. The afternoons expand on the morning’s musical work and will also cover topics like developing a setlist, press kit, rehearsal schedule and overall plan for your band. You will explore how to use social media such as Twitter and Kickstarter to your band’s advantage. The week will culminate in an open class performance for friends and families. Students can take half day of The lynX-Factor (see page 23 for description) and half day of Jam Band 101.

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EXPLORE SUMMERS @ LAUSANNE 2013 Week 1 May 28–31

Week 2 June 3–7

BeforeCare All Roads Lead to China

Safari Sensation All Star Sports

Chess Camp Dr. Seuss on the Loose

How Does Your Garden Grow?

All Roads Lead to China

Safari Sensation All Star Sports

Chess Camp Dr. Seuss on the Loose

American Girl Doll Club How Does Your Garden Grow?

All Roads Lead to China

Safari Sensation Tri Camp Dance Academy

Chess Camp Soccer Spa Camp

American Girl Doll Club Jr. Spy Academy

All Roads Lead to China

Tri Camp Dance Academy Lady Lynx Basketball

Chess Camp Soccer Spa Camp

American Girl Doll Club Jr. Spy Academy

All Roads Lead to China

Tri Camp Lady Lynx Basketball Musical Theater Bootcamp

Chess Camp Soccer Hip Hop Bootcamp

All Star Sports Junior Idol Tennis

All Roads Lead to China

Tri Camp Lady Lynx Basketball Musical Theater Bootcamp

Chess Camp Soccer Hip Hop Bootcamp

All Star Sports Junior Idol Tennis

All Roads Lead to China

Treasure Hunting Lady Lynx Basketball Musical Theater Bootcamp

Chess Camp Soccer LCS Camp Commercial

Inspiring Ideas Tennis Summer Reading

All Roads Lead to China

Treasure Hunting Lady Lynx Basketball Musical Theater Bootcamp

Chess Camp LCS Camp Commercial

Inspiring Ideas Tennis

9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

SK 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

1st 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

2nd 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

3rd 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

4th 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

5th & 6th 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

7th–12th* 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

12:00–12:30 p.m. Afternoon 12:30–4:00 p.m.

Week 4 June 17–21

BeforeCare (Daily, Weekly, or Combination Program)

7:30–8:45 a.m.

JK

Week 3 June 10–14

Lunch in Cafeteria (available for all-day campers only) All Roads Lead to China (cont’d)

Camp Lausanne Boys MS Basketball Musical Theater Bootcamp (cont’d)

Camp Lausanne Chess Camp (cont’d) C.I.T. (7th–9th)

Camp Lausanne C.I.T. (7th–9th)

C.I.T. (7th–9th) AfterCare 4:00–6:00 p.m.

AfterCare 4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m. *TIME FOR THIS WEEK ONLY*

4:00–9:00 p.m.

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AfterCare (Daily, Weekly, or Combination Program) Lausanne Palooza (Friday night)


2013 Camp Schedule Register online at www.lausanneschool.com/summer * Please see page 26 for Upper School Academic Workshop Schedule. Week 5 June 24–28

Week 6 July 1–5

Week 7 July 8–12

Week 8 July 22–26

BeforeCare (Daily, Weekly, or Combination Program) Pint-Sized Players Think BIG

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

Chef’s Academy Dance Academy

Jolt into JK

Pint-Sized Players Think BIG

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

Chef’s Academy Dance Academy

Swim into SK

Time Travel with Books Camp Invention Cheerleading

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

Math on the Menu Rising Stars

Flying into 1st Grade Chef’s Academy Lady Lynx Basketball

Time Travel with Books Camp Invention Cheerleading

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

Math on the Menu Rising Stars Boys Basketball

2nd Grade Awaits You Chef’s Academy Lady Lynx Basketball

Camp Invention Cheerleading Super Spy Academy

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

Boys Basketball Inspiring Ideas

Welcome to 3rd Grade Lady Lynx Basketball

Cheerleading Super Spy Academy

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

Camp Invention Boys Basketball Inspiring Ideas

4th Grade Fun Lady Lynx Basketball

Jam Band 101 The lynX-Factor Photo Eyes

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

Camp Invention Hollywood Part 1 Lady Lynx Basketball

MS Bootcamp Hollywood Part 2 Music Tech Wizards

Jam Band 101 The lynX-Factor Photo Eyes

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

Hollywood Part 1 Lady Lynx Basketball

MS Bootcamp Hollywood Part 2 Music Tech Wizards Summer Reading

Lunch (available for all-day campers only) Camp Lausanne Jam Band 101 (cont’d) C.I.T. (7th–9th)

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza C.I.T. (7th–9th)

Camp Lausanne C.I.T. (7th–9th) MS Math (5th–6th)

Camp Lausanne C.I.T. (7th–9th) MS Math (7th–8th)

AfterCare (Daily, Weekly, or Combination Program) Lausanne Palooza (Friday night)

Lausanne Palooza (Friday night)

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Rising JK and SK Campers For JK and SK, a variety of morning enrichment camps will be offered. They are designed specifically for their age and consist of different activities in which the children will have a hands-on experience. Our afternoons will be filled with sports, swimming, arts and crafts, group games, etc. All of our activities are designed around different themes each week.

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Weekly Themes

BeforeCare and AfterCare

All Roads Lead to China

May 28–May 31

The Lausanne Summer program offers Before- and

Under the Sea

June 3–June 7

AfterCare each day of the summer that camps are offered.

International Week

June 10–June 14

BeforeCare is held from 7:30–8:45 a.m. each morning and

Carnival Lausanne

June 17–June 21

AfterCare is held from 4:00–6:00 p.m. each afternoon

Western Roundup

June 24–June 28

(times are different during All Roads Lead to China week).

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

July 1–July 5

BeforeCare: $5.00 per day

Camp Survivor

July 8–July 12

(anytime from 7:30 a.m.–8:45 a.m.)

NO CAMP

July 15–July 19

AfterCare: $10.00 per day

Mystery Week

July 22–July 26

(anytime from 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.)

Camp Lausanne June 3–July 26 (12:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.) Fee: $95 a week Camp Lausanne is action-packed afternoons full of crazy, good times. Beginning after lunch, campers will truly understand the meaning of a recreation camp. Everything from mud pits and canoes to rockets and water slides will be on the schedule.

Morning and All-Day Camps Safari Sensation

Chess Camp

June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Holm | Fee: $125 Do you know what a safari is? Come and have lots of fun finding out. We will learn about some of the animals that live in the grasslands of Africa: elephants, giraffes, leopards, hippopotamuses, rhinoceroses and zebras. We will go on an energized expedition, so be ready to go on an animal adventure loaded with learning opportunities.

June 10–June 14 (9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.) See page 2 for details.

All Star Sports June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Camp Instructor | Fee: $125 This camp is designed to help you practice your skills at a number of sports such as kickball, basketball, t-ball and many others. Campers will learn basic skills, sportsmanship fundamentals and the rules of the games. Tennis shoes are a MUST for this camp.

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Dr. Seuss on the Loose

Pint-Sized Players

June 10– June 14 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Holm | Fee:$135 If you are small or very tall, If you are any size at all, Come and read and eat and play, Please come and rhyme and stay all day! Make new works and paint your feet. Dr. Seuss can’t be beat!

June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lausanne Arts Department | Fee: $150 The littlest performers will enjoy this introduction to the performing arts as they learn about creative movement, drama and vocal music in a fun and positive workshop. The final day of camp will include an “open house” class where campers will share their explorations with friends and family.

How Does Your Garden Grow? June 17–June 21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Peggy Boatwright | Fee: $135 You don’t have to have a little green thumb to get dirty in this camp for budding gardeners! Practice real gardening skills and have fun learning how plants grow while looking, feeling, smelling, listening and even tasting your way through the different aspects of gardening. By week’s end, take home a little garden of your very own to care for this summer.

American Girl Doll Club (SK–2nd grade) June 17–June 21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Holm | Fee: $150 Get ready to read and learn about the different American Girl Dolls and their history. You will play with American Girl dolls, do American Girl doll reader’s theatre, dress up like your American Girl dolls and end with your own American Girl Doll tea party! Bring your American Girl doll and be ready to have some fun!

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Think BIG June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Susan Bomar | Fee: $135 Early childhood learners will put their higher level thinking skills to work while visiting books by beloved children authors Jan Brett, Margaret Wise Brown, Don Freeman, Leo Leoni, Robert McCloskey and more. Learners will listen, speak, read and write/draw. Mindstretching exercises will include recalling, describing, explaining, analyzing, valuing and creating while having a BIG time!

Chef’s Academy July 8–July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Jodi Howard | Fee: $150 Bon Appetite! Are you ready to stir up a masterpiece? In this camp you will get to cook up new creations each day as you expand your cookbook.


Dance Academy

Jolt into JK

July 8–July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lauren Stallings | Fee: $125 Get ready to dance to the music! Campers will explore all kinds of dance as they prepare for a summer recital at the end of the week. NO experience is needed, but be sure to bring a great attitude and your dancing feet!

July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Carrie Miller, JK teacher | Fee: $125 Get ready for the school year and get acquainted with your classroom. You will have the chance to observe your surroundings in a small group. We will get to know one another and the Lausanne campus. Get ready for a sneak peek of what’s to come!

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza July 1–July 5 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) Devon Pohlman | Fee: $235 SPECIAL NOTE: No camp Thursday, July 4

Welcome to the 5th annual Musical Extravaganza! Past productions have included High School Musical and Glee. This year we are looking to expand and create an even bigger production! At Lausanne’s Musical Extravaganza, you will get to participate in a variety of activities. From theater to basketball, cooking to science, you will have the experience of a lifetime. Be sure to mark your calendar for the final performance on Friday, July 5 at 3:00 p.m.

Swim into SK July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Rhonda Robertson, SK teacher | Fee: $125 Get ready for the school year and get acquainted with your classroom. You will have the chance to observe your surroundings in a small group. We will get to know one another and the Lausanne campus. Get ready for a sneak peek of what’s to come!

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Rising 1st and 2nd Grade Campers For 1st and 2nd grade campers, a variety of morning enrichment camps will be offered. They are designed specifically for their age and consist of different activities in which the children will have a hands-on experience. Our afternoons will be filled with sports, swimming, arts and crafts, group games, etc. All of our activities are designed around different themes each week.

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Weekly Themes

BeforeCare and AfterCare

All Roads Lead to China

May 28–May 31

The Lausanne Summer program offers Before- and

Under the Sea

June 3–June 7

AfterCare each day of the summer that camps are offered.

International Week

June 10–June 14

BeforeCare is held from 7:30–8:45 a.m. each morning and

Carnival Lausanne

June 17–June 21

AfterCare is held from 4:00–6:00 p.m. each afternoon

Western Roundup

June 24–June 28

(times are different during All Roads Lead to China week).

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

July 1–July 5

BeforeCare: $5.00 per day

Camp Survivor

July 8–July 12

(anytime from 7:30 a.m.–8:45 a.m.)

NO CAMP

July 15–July 19

AfterCare: $10.00 per day

Mystery Week

July 22–July 26

(anytime from 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.)

Camp Lausanne June 3–July 26 (12:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.) Fee: $95 a week Camp Lausanne is action-packed afternoons full of crazy, good times. Beginning after lunch, campers will truly understand the meaning of a recreation camp. Everything from mud pits and canoes to rockets and water slides will be on the schedule.

Morning and All-Day Camps Safari Sensation (1st grade only) June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Holm | Fee: $125 Do you know what a safari is? Come and have lots of fun finding out. We will learn about some of the animals that live in the grasslands of Africa: elephants, giraffes, leopards, hippopotamuses, rhinoceroses and zebras. We will go on an energized expedition so be ready to go on an animal adventure loaded with learning opportunities.

Tri Camp June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Brahm | Fee: $125 Are you ready to do a triathlon? Ready to get fit this summer while having fun? Grab your bike, running shoes and swim suit and let’s get moving! Each day of camp we will work on swimming, biking and running techniques. We also will include many fitness games, water games and relays! At the end of the week,

we will have our very own triathlon in the Lausanne pool and grounds. You can do it! Be a triathlete!

Dance Academy June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lauren Stallings | Fee: $125 Get ready to dance to the music! Campers will explore all kinds of dance as they prepare for a summer recital at the end of the week. NO experience is needed, but be sure to bring a great attitude and your dancing feet! Leotard, dance skirt, ballet shoes and tights are strongly encouraged!

Lady Lynx Basketball “FUN”damentals Camp (2nd grade) June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lesa Mears | Fee: $125 If you need to improve your free-throw percentage or your three-point shot, this is the camp for you! Lesa Mears, Lausanne Girls Head Summers @ Lausanne 2013 | 11


Basketball Coach, will help you focus on the fundamentals of basketball during the clinic and improve your passing skills, dribbling, stance and positioning. You will learn two or three offenses and defenses and practice these in game situations. Most importantly, you will have fun!

Chess Camp June 10–June 14 (9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.) See page 2 for details.

Soccer June 10–June 14 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Russell Williams | Fee: $125 How’s your kick? Need to work on passing, strategy, tactics and dribbling? You will learn the fundamental skills in this one-week clinic, working individually as well as in game situations.

Spa Camp June 10–June 14 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Jodi Howard | Fee: $140 Do you need to renew yourself after a hard school year? Then join us for some relaxation and rejuvenation as you learn to be a healthier you.

American Girl Doll Club June 17–June 21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Holm | Fee: $150 Get ready to read and learn about the different American Girl Dolls and their history. You will play with American Girl dolls, do American Girl doll reader’s theatre, dress up like your American Girl dolls and end with your own American Girl Doll tea party! Bring your American Girl doll and be ready to have some fun!

Junior Spy Academy June 17–June 21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Camp Instructor | Fee: $125 Have you ever wanted to be a Secret Agent? Well, get ready to go undercover in this camp as you enter into your specialized training to undertake missions to save the world.

Time Travel with Books June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Holm | Fee: $135 Do you need extra practice reading this summer? Reading help is on the way with this camp by a certified first grade teacher. We will do shared reading, guided reading and independent reading with books like the Magic Tree House series. Don’t go to a tutor when you can get reading help right here at Lausanne. Mrs. Holm will help motivate you to read and teach you that reading is fun! Let’s build your reading foundation/enrichment this summer while traveling to the future and back in time!

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Camp Invention

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Erica McBride & Lindy Roberson | Fee: $160 This summer, we are doing two camp inventions in one week! Campers will get to experience Castles, Catapults and Coat of Arms first thing in the morning then switch to E.Z Science after break!

July 1–July 5 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) Devon Pohlman | Fee: $235

Castles, Catapults, and Coats of Arms™ (Simple Machines)

Children will travel back in time to examine medieval life scientifically. Children will explore the effects of Archimedes principle by sculpting clay boats that float across a moat. Children will apply science and engineering principles to the construction of a castle wall, explore the concept of center of gravity and the effect of momentum. Finally, children will explore the use of simple machines by creating a weight-bearing drawbridge. E.Z. Science™ (Chemistry)

Children must help E.Z. Science with a host of challenges. First, children will use chemical reactions to create a specific amount of a gas to fill a balloon. Invent a method to protect eggs from a fall and a machine to help with homework. Children will utilize methods of printmaking to create a magazine template and use mathematics and logical thinking to map out a route to deliver magazines.

Cheerleading June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Brahm | Fee: $125 This youth cheerleading camp is open to all girls who have an interest in cheerleading, no prior experience required! During this camp, you will learn the basics of becoming a cheerleader. We will cover basic motions and fun sideline chants and cheers. Campers should wear comfortable shorts and t-shirts with tennis shoes (no sandals or backless shoes). This camp will be fun and exciting!

SPECIAL NOTE: No camp Thursday, July 4

Welcome to the 5th annual Musical Extravaganza! Past productions have included High School Musical and Glee. This year we are looking to expand and create an even bigger production! At Lausanne’s Musical Extravaganza, you will get to participate in a variety of activities. From theater to basketball, cooking to science, you will have the experience of a lifetime. Be sure to mark your calendar for the final performance on Friday, July 5 at 3:00 p.m.

Math on the Menu July 8–July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Peggy Boatwright | Fee: $135 Explore various math concepts by using food, playing games and doing fun hands-on activities. Use menus and pretend to order and take orders from classmates while staying within your budget. Come hungry and ready to have fun!

Rising Stars July 8–July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lausanne Arts Department | Fee: $150 Future superstars will explore music, movement and drama in this introduction to the Performing Arts. Campers will learn how we tell stories with our bodies and voices as well as building individual confidence and the skills to work as a team. The final day of camp will include an open house class when family and friends can see the culmination of the week’s work.

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Boys Basketball (2nd grade) July 8–July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Wayne Kelley | Fee: $125 If you need to improve your free-throw percentage or your three-point shot, this is the camp for you! You will focus on the fundamentals of basketball during the clinic and improve your passing skills, dribbling, stance and positioning. You will learn two or three offenses and defenses and practice these in game situations. Most importantly, you will have fun!

Flying into 1st Grade July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Robin Pohlman | Fee: $125 Get ready to fly into 1st grade! Refresh your math and writing skills while preparing for your new school year!

2nd Grade Awaits You! July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Robin Fessler | Fee: $125 Allow me to introduce your child to the creative world of 2nd grade! Children will participate in activities designed to strengthen team-building and problem-solving skills as well as have fun with a survey that will reinforce the type of learners we are! We will become acquainted with routines and expectations which will include Readers and Writers Workshop mini-lessons as well as the 2nd grade projects. Utilizing classroom technology, we will review math concepts while playing the game of Jeopardy. Your children will walk away with confidence and a connection to 2nd grade.

Chef’s Academy July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Jodi Howard | Fee: $150 Bon Appetite! Are you ready to stir up a masterpiece? In this camp you will get to cook up new creations each day as you expand your cookbook.

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Lady Lynx Basketball “FUN”damentals Camp (2nd grade) July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lesa Mears | Fee: $125 See pages 10–11 for details.


Rising 3rd and 4th Grade Campers For 3rd and 4th grade campers, a variety of morning enrichment camps will be offered. They are designed specifically for their age and consist of different activities in which the children will have a hands-on experience. Our afternoons will be filled with sports, swimming, arts and crafts, group games, etc. All of our activities are designed around different themes each week. Campers will learn team building skills, foster their own independence, and gain positive attitudes while having fun planning, playing, and working as a team.

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Weekly Themes

BeforeCare and AfterCare

All Roads Lead to China

May 28–May 31

The Lausanne Summer program offers Before- and

Under the Sea

June 3–June 7

AfterCare each day of the summer that camps are offered.

International Week

June 10–June 14

BeforeCare is held from 7:30–8:45 a.m. each morning and

Carnival Lausanne

June 17–June 21

AfterCare is held from 4:00–6:00 p.m. each afternoon

Western Roundup

June 24–June 28

(times are different during All Roads Lead to China week).

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

July 1–July 5

BeforeCare: $5.00 per day

Camp Survivor

July 8–July 12

(anytime from 7:30 a.m.–8:45 a.m.)

NO CAMP

July 15–July 19

AfterCare: $10.00 per day

Mystery Week

July 22–July 26

(anytime from 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.)

Camp Lausanne June 3–July 26 (12:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.) Fee: $95 a week Camp Lausanne is action-packed afternoons full of crazy, good times. Beginning after lunch, campers will truly understand the meaning of a recreation camp. Everything from mud pits and canoes to rockets and water slides will be on the schedule.

Morning and All-Day Camps Tri Camp

Lady Lynx Basketball “FUN”damentals Camp

June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Brahm | Fee: $125 Are you ready to do a triathlon? Ready to get fit this summer while having fun? Grab your bike, running shoes and swim suit and let’s get moving! Each day of camp we will work on swimming, biking and running techniques. We also will include many fitness games, water games, and relays! At the end of the week, we will have our very own triathlon in the Lausanne pool and grounds. You can do it! Be a triathlete!

June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lesa Mears | Fee: $125 If you need to improve your free-throw percentage or your three-point shot, this is the camp for you! Lesa Mears, Lausanne Girls Head Basketball Coach, will help you focus on the fundamentals of basketball during the clinic and improve your passing skills, dribbling, stance and positioning. You will learn two or three offenses and defenses and practice these in game situations. Most importantly, you will have fun!

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Musical Theater Bootcamp Junior Company

Hip Hop Bootcamp

June 10–June 14 (9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.) See page 2 for details.

June 10–June 14 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Jessica Frias | Fee: $125 Hip Hop Boot Camp is a fun and easy way to learn cool steps and be the envy of all your friends! Learn high energy hip hop dances and improve your coordination during this fastpaced camp. Dance instructor, Jessica Frias, is an experienced choreographer and popular fitness instructor at Life Time in Collierville.

Soccer

All Star Sports

June 10–June 14 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Russell Williams | Fee: $125 How’s your kick? Need to work on passing, strategy, tactics and dribbling? You will learn the fundamental skills in this one-week clinic, working individually as well as in game situations.

June 17–June21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Camp Instructor | Fee: $125 This camp is designed to help you practice your skills at a number of sports such as kickball, basketball, t-ball and many others. Campers will learn basic skills, sportsmanship fundamentals and the rules of the games. Tennis shoes are a MUST for this camp.

June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) Lausanne Arts Department | Fee: $300 Students must be registered online for this by May 3, 2013.

See page 2 for details.

Chess Camp

Junior Idol June 17–June 21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Conservatory staff | Fee: $150 Learn about healthy singing, confident performing and even work on writing your own song in this vocal workshop for our superstars-in-training. The final class will include an open house showcase for friends and family where we share our creations in an informal performance.

Tennis June 17–June 21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Tony Womeodu | Fee: $125 Learn to play, improve your abilities and work on a multitude of skills. Students will have opportunities to play games, improve coordination and work on tennis techniques on the Lausanne tennis courts.

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Camp Invention

Super Spy Academy

June 24–June 28 3rd Grade (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) July 8–July 12 4th Grade (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Erica McBride & Lindy Roberson | Fee: $160 This summer, we are doing two camp inventions in one week! Campers will get to experience Castles, Catapults and Coat of Arms first thing in the morning then switch to E.Z Science after break!

June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Camp Instructor | Fee: $125 Take your secret agent training to the next level. In this weeklong training, agents will develop their skills as they assist headquarters in tracking down different cases.

Castles, Catapults, and Coats of Arms™

July 1–July 5 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) Devon Pohlman | Fee: $235

(Simple Machines)

Children will travel back in time to examine medieval life scientifically. Children will explore the effects of Archimedes principle by sculpting clay boats that float across a moat. Children will apply science and engineering principles to the construction of a castle wall, explore the concept of center of gravity and the effect of momentum. Finally, children will explore the use of simple machines by creating a weight-bearing drawbridge. E.Z. Science™ (Chemistry)

Children must help E.Z. Science with a host of challenges. First, children will use chemical reactions to create a specific amount of a gas to fill a balloon. Invent a method to protect eggs from a fall and a machine to help with homework. Children will utilize methods of printmaking to create a magazine template and use mathematics and logical thinking to map out a route to deliver magazines.

Cheerleading June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Leslie Brahm | Fee: $125 This youth cheerleading camp is open to all girls who have an interest in cheerleading, no prior experience required! During this camp, you will learn the basics of becoming a cheerleader. We will cover basic motions and fun sideline chants and cheers. Campers should wear comfortable shorts and t-shirts with tennis shoes (no sandals or backless shoes). This camp will be fun and exciting!

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Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

SPECIAL NOTE: No camp Thursday, July 4

Welcome to the 5th annual Musical Extravaganza! Past productions have included High School Musical and Glee. This year we are looking to expand and create an even bigger production! At Lausanne’s Musical Extravaganza, you will get to participate in a variety of activities. From theater to basketball, cooking to science, you will have the experience of a lifetime. Be sure to mark your calendar for the final performance on Friday, July 5 at 3:00 p.m.

Boys Basketball July 8–July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Wayne Kelley | Fee: $125 If you need to improve your free throw percentage or your three point shot, this is the camp for you! You will focus on the fundamentals of basketball during the clinic and improve your passing skills, dribbling, stance and positioning. You will learn two or three offenses and defenses and practice these in game situations. Most importantly, you will have fun!


Inspiring Ideas

4th Grade Fun!

July 8–July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Robin Pohlman | Fee: $150 What has your interest? Spend a week doing things that interest you, whether it’s making useful crafts for the home, unique art pieces or cooking delectable dishes. With the help of the internet phenomenon Pinterest.com, find ideas that interest you. Instead of just looking and thinking, “I could do this,” put your best foot forward and create!

July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Michelle Steinkamp | Fee: $125 Students will get the opportunity to meet one of the 4th grade teachers as well as other students in their grade! They will work in small groups engaged in team building activities while becoming familiar with their everyday routine and expectations. Students will leave here feeling confident and ready to start a great year as a 4th grader!

Camp Invention (4th Grade)

Lady Lynx Basketball “FUN”damentals Camp

July 8–July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) See page 17 for details.

July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lesa Mears | Fee: $125 See page 15 for details.

Welcome to 3rd Grade July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Christina Mewborn | Fee: $125 Welcome to 3rd grade! Students will meet one of the third grade teachers and be introduced to the general routines and procedures of third grade. Students will learn about the third grade academic expectations including the basics of Reader’s and Writer’s Workshop, as well as learning about what units are studied during the year-long City Project. Addition and subtraction with regrouping will be reviewed and other concepts introduced in third grade will be presented. Cursive handwriting will also be revisited during the camp.

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Rising 5th through 12th Grade Campers For 5th through 12th grade campers, a variety of morning enrichment camps will be offered. They are designed specifically for their age and consist of different activities in which the children will have a hands-on experience. Our afternoons will be filled with sports, swimming, arts and crafts, group games, etc. All of our activities are designed around different themes each week. Rising 7th through 9th graders are offered the options to join our counselor in training (CIT) program in the afternoon.

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Weekly Themes

BeforeCare and AfterCare

All Roads Lead to China

May 28–May 31

The Lausanne Summer program offers Before- and

Under the Sea

June 3–June 7

AfterCare each day of the summer that camps are offered.

International Week

June 10–June 14

BeforeCare is held from 7:30–8:45 a.m. each morning and

Carnival Lausanne

June 17–June 21

AfterCare is held from 4:00–6:00 p.m. each afternoon

Western Roundup

June 24–June 28

(times are different during All Roads Lead to China week).

Lausanne Musical Extravaganza

July 1–July 5

BeforeCare: $5.00 per day

Camp Survivor

July 8–July 12

(anytime from 7:30 a.m.–8:45 a.m.)

NO CAMP

July 15–July 19

AfterCare: $10.00 per day

Mystery Week

July 22–July 26

(anytime from 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.)

Morning and All-Day Camps Treasure Hunting with Geo-Caching (5th–8th Grades)

Musical Theater Bootcamp Senior Company (5th–8th Grades)

June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Camp Instructor | Fee: $150 An X marks the spot is the way pirates may look for treasures. We will look for treasure using handheld GPS units. Develop map reading skills while you travel the world in search of treasures. Geo-cachers will travel off site to various locations in search of treasures.

June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) Lausanne Arts Department | Fee: $300

Lady Lynx Basketball “FUN”damentals Camp (5th–8th Grades) June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lesa Mears | Fee: $125 If you need to improve your free-throw percentage or your three-point shot, this is the camp for you! Lesa Mears, Lausanne Girls Head Basketball Coach, will help you focus on the fundamentals of basketball during the clinic and improve your passing skills, dribbling, stance and positioning. You will learn two or three offenses and defenses and practice these in game situations. Most importantly, you will have fun!

Apprentice Artists (7th–12th Grades) June 3–June 7 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lausanne Arts Department | Fee: $100 Students must be registered online for this by May 3, 2013.

See page 2 for details.

Chess Camp (5th–12th grades) June 10–June 14 (9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.) See page 2 for details.

Soccer (5th–6th Grades) June 10–June 14 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Russell Williams | Fee: $125 How’s your kick? Need to work on passing, strategy, tactics and dribbling? You will learn the fundamental skills in this one-week clinic, working individually as well as in game situations.

Lausanne Camp Commercial (5th–8th Grades) June 10–June 14 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Pam Pointer | Fee: $140 Campers will have a great experience creating their own commercial in front of the camera and behind the scenes.

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Inspiring Ideas (5th–8th Grades)

Tennis (5th–12th Grades)

June 17–June 21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Robin Pohlman | Fee: $150 What has your interest? Spend a week doing things that interest you, whether it’s making useful crafts for the home, unique art pieces, or cooking delectable dishes. With the help of the internet phenomenon Pinterest.com, find ideas that interest you. Instead of just looking and thinking, “I could do this,” put your best foot forward and create!

June 17–June 21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Tony Womeodu | Fee: $125 Learn to play, improve your abilities and work on a multitude of skills. Students will have opportunities to play games, improve coordination and work on tennis techniques on the Lausanne tennis courts.

Summer Reading Workshop (5th & 6th Grades) June 17–21 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Ginger Reese | Fee: $175 A summer-reading program benefits the student in experiencing words and ideas and in building vocabulary, reading speed and comprehension for the coming year’s work. During this course, students will read a book from the Lausanne Summer-Reading List by grade. Class time will include discussion and exercises designed to increase the student’s comprehension of the book and prepare students to take the Summer-Reading discussions and assessments in the fall. Students will also review basic elements of composition and practice pre-writing techniques. These classes are offered only to Lausanne students.

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Jam Band 101 (5th–8th Grades) June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) See page 3 for details.

The lynX-Factor (5th–8th Grades) June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Conservatory staff | Fee: $150 Learn about healthy singing, confident performing and a wide range of vocal styles in this workshop setting for middle school students. Campers may also opt to add-on the afternoon Jam Band class and join our instrumentalists in learning about developing and performing with their own band.

Photo Eyes: Learning to See and Photograph (5th–8th Grades) June 24–June 28 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Mavis Negroni | Fee: $135 In Nature Photography participants will learn to use digital cameras to document their findings in nature. Each camper will learn the basics of nature photography and how to photograph for artistic vs. documentary purposes. From the photos, we will create a nature journal. We will identify our findings and learn to use nature guidebooks. Campers will have the opportunity to participate in a citizen science project, like Project Noah or the Dragonfly Swarm project.


Lausanne Musical Extravaganza July 1–July 5 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.) Devon Pohlman | Fee: $235 for 5th & 6th graders, $100 for CIT 7th & 8th graders SPECIAL NOTE: No camp Thursday, July 4

Welcome to the 5th annual Musical Extravaganza! Past productions have included High School Musical and Glee. This year we are looking to expand and create an even bigger production! At Lausanne’s Musical Extravaganza, you will get to participate in a variety of activities. From theater to basketball, cooking to science, you will have the experience of a lifetime. Be sure to mark your calendar for the final performance on Friday, July 5 at 3:00 p.m.

Camp Invention (5th–6th Grades) July 8–July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Erica McBride & Lindy Roberson | Fee: $160 This summer, we are doing two camp inventions in one week! Campers will get to experience Castles, Catapults, and Coat of Arms first thing in the morning then switch to E.Z Science after break! Castles, Catapults, and Coats of Arms™ (Simple Machines)

Children will travel back in time to examine medieval life scientifically. Children will explore the effects of Archimedes principle by sculpting clay boats that float across a moat. Children will apply science and engineering principles to the construction of a castle wall, explore the concept of center of gravity, and the effect of momentum. Finally, children will explore the use of simple machines by creating a weight-bearing drawbridge. E.Z. Science™ (Chemistry)

Children must help E.Z. Science with a host of challenges. First, children will use chemical reactions to create a specific amount of a gas to fill a balloon. Invent a method to protect eggs from a fall and a machine to help with homework. Children will utilize methods of printmaking to create a magazine template and use mathematics and logical thinking to map out a route to deliver magazines.

Hollywood or History: Part 1 (5th–8th Grades) July 8 –July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Tyler Orf | Fee: $125 Often times, Hollywood delves into the reservoir of history to create some of its most engaging stories in both comedy and crama. Each day campers will watch a film or collection of clips that deal with historical events as varied as cavemen, Robin Hood and the ancient Romans. After viewing the films, campers and the instructor will spend the remaining time sorting out what is fact and what is fiction, separating Hollywood from History. Popcorn and drinks will be provided, but campers are welcome to bring their own snacks as well.

Lady Lynx Basketball “FUN”damentals Camp (5th–8th Grades) July 8 –July 12 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Lesa Mears | Fee: $125 See page 21 for details.

Middle School Bootcamp (5th–8th Grades) July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Kathleen Plyler | Fee: $125 Kick start the new school year! Along with study skills and self-advocacy strategies, students will practice in hands-on activities covering: goal setting, time management, learning styles, reading comprehension, summarization and paraphrasing techniques, summer reading materials, test strategies and much more to get off on the right foot. Summers @ Lausanne 2013 | 23


Hollywood or History: The Sequel (5th–8th Grades)

Summer Reading Workshop (7th & 8th Grades)

July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Tyler Orf | Fee: $125 Often, Hollywood delves into the reservoir of history in order to create some of its most engaging stories in both comedy and drama. In this sequel camp to Hollywood or History Part I, campers will watch a film each day dealing with modern history. Film topics will include everything from the wild west to the eastern empires of China and Japan. After viewing the films campers will attempt to separate the facts from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood fiction. Popcorn and soda will be provided for campers. Campers are not required to take Hollywood or History Part I in order to take Hollywood or History: The Sequel.

July 22–26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Ginger Reese | Fee: $175 A summer-reading program benefits the student in experiencing words and ideas and in building vocabulary, reading speed and comprehension for the coming year’s work. During this course, students will read a book from the Lausanne Summer-Reading List by grade. Class time will include discussion and exercises designed to increase the student’s comprehension of the book and prepare students to take the Summer-Reading discussions and assessments in the fall. Students will also review basic elements of composition and practice pre-writing techniques. These classes are offered only to Lausanne students.

Music Tech Wizards (5th–8th Grades) July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Neal Bowen | Fee:$150 Garageband, recording and mixing and composing with loops are all part of this exploration into the world of music technology. Learning to jam with mobile devices and write your own masterpieces are just part of the action in this cutting edge class led by recording artist and Mac Genius, Neal Bowen.

Afternoon Camps Camp Lausanne June 3–July 26 (12:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.) Fee: $95 a week Camp Lausanne is action-packed afternoons full of crazy, good times. Beginning after lunch, campers will truly understand the meaning of a recreation camp. Everything from mud pits and canoes to rockets and water slides will be on the schedule.

C.I.T. Program (7th–9th grades) June 4–July 27 (12:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.) Fee: $50 (SPECIAL NOTE: The week of July 1–July 5 the program fee is $120 as it will be an all-day program) This year Lausanne is offering a Counselor-In-Training or C.I.T. program for 7th and 8th graders in the afternoons from 12:00–4:00 p.m. C.I.T.s get to work alongside the staff and help facilitate activities for the younger campers. Through this program, you will gain valuable work experience, 24 | Register at www.lausanneschool.com/summer


develop new leadership skills, and have a blast working with kids. Being a C.I.T. is the first step in an individual’s transition form camper to possible staff member. All C.I.T.s will receive official staff shirts.

Boy’s Basketball (5th–8th grades) June 3–June 7 (12:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.) Kenneth White | Fee: $75 If you need to improve your free-throw percentage or your three-point shot, this is the camp for you! You will focus on the fundamentals of basketball during the clinic and improve your passing skills, dribbling, stance and positioning. You will learn two or three offenses and defenses and practice these in game situations. Most importantly, you will have fun!

5th & 6th Grade Math Essentials July 8–July 12 (1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.) Dean Wheaton, Middle School Mathematics Teacher | Fee: $150 The purpose of this course is to reinforce students’ understanding of mathematical and pre-algebraic skills and concepts in preparation for middle school and pre-algebra courses. We will explore topics focused on giving students a strong foundation for success in middle school mathematics. Beginning with a brief review of arithmetic skills, students are introduced to the early middle school math topics, including signed numbers, variables, fractions, ratios, proportions, probability, and percent as well as their use in problem solving. Some geometric concepts will be investigated, with students classifying polygons, as well as perimeter and area of various geometric figures. Students should expect to be actively challenged with a variety of meaningful problems, small refreshing projects, and interesting real-world applications.

7th & 8th Grade Math Essentials July 22–July 26 (1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.) Dean Wheaton, Middle School Mathematics Teacher | Fee: $150 This course is aimed at reinforcing students’ understanding of mathematical and algebraic skills and concepts in preparation for higher level courses. We will investigate topics focused on giving students a strong foundation for success in pre-algebra and algebra. Beginning with a brief review of arithmetic skills, students are introduced to the early middle school math topics, including signed numbers and variables and their use in problem solving, polynomials, exponent rules, multi-step and rational equations/inequalities, and even a preview of radicals. Students will learn to create, analyze, and interpret graphs in their study of statistics. Geometry continues to be explored, with students classifying polygons and using measurement skills to find the perimeter, area, and volume of geometric figures. Students should expect to be actively challenged with a variety of meaningful problems, refreshing projects, and interesting real-world applications.

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Upper School Academic Workshops The Upper School summer academic workshops are available to current and incoming Lausanne students. Workshops provide advanced studies in preparation for the new school year as well as the review and mastery of certain subjects. Students new to Lausanne have the added benefit of becoming accustomed to Lausanne’s beautiful campus and facilities, getting to know faculty and making new friends before the first day of school. There is no need to search for workshops off campus when students have the opportunity to study with Lausanne’s faculty in the comfort of their own school. Each workshop is limited to 18 students so please register in advance.

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Algebra I June 3–July 5 (8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.) Instructor TBD | Fee: $900 (No Credit) / $1200 (Credit) Pre-requisite: Successful completion of pre-algebra program This course is the bridge between elementary and higher level mathematics and is designed to lay the conceptual foundations for advanced mathematical courses. In addition to the focus on algebraic manipulations of equations, problem-solving and critical-thinking skills are emphasized. Algebraic principles are connected with other areas of mathematics, other disciplines and real-world applications to provide students with a better understanding of how algebra is relevant to their lives and their futures. Final accrual of credit is by successful performance on a comprehensive exam (75%).

Geometry June 3–July 5 (1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.) Instructor TBD | Fee: $900 (No Credit) / $1200 (Credit) Pre-requisite: Successful completion of pre-algebra program This course includes the study of the terms, properties and relationships related to the study of plane geometry and introductory solid geometry. Also included is the study of lines, planes, angles and polygons and their specific properties and relationships, along with some coordinate geometry and elementary geometric figures. A major purpose of this course is for students to acquire a strong foundation in the basic definitions, postulates, theorems and properties of plane geometry as well as to develop deductive reasoning in proofs and problem-solving. Final accrual of credit is by successful performance on a comprehensive exam (75%).

Getting Ready: Preparing for 9th Grade English 9th grade | July 22–July 26 (1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.) Terrance Wilson, US English Teacher | Fee: $150 This program is designed to help assess and identify areas of growth for more success in the Upper School English program. Designed for transfer students to Lausanne Collegiate School from other K–8th grade programs, these sessions provide an early look at the essential skills and content that is covered in our 9th grade course of study. Upon completion of the course, students will have an action plan of areas for improvement and possible strategies and resources to assist their further preparation for Upper School English.

Getting Ready: Preparing for 9th Grade Mathematics 9th grade | July 22–July 26 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Robin Trusty, Algebra I Teacher | Fee: $150 This program is designed to help assess and identify areas of growth for more success in the Upper School mathematics program. Designed for transfer students to Lausanne Collegiate School from other K–8th grade programs, these sessions provide an early look at the essential skills and content that is covered in our geometry and algebra courses of study. Upon completion of the course, students will have an action plan of areas for improvement and possible strategies and resources to assist their further preparation for Upper School mathematics.

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Drop-off and Pick-up Procedures

Combination Program Fees (Only applicable if registered by May 1)

Drop-off Procedures BeforeCare (7:30–8:45 a.m.) Campers must be signed in by a parent or guardian in the Summer Camp Office, located in Jodi Howard and Peggy Boatwright’s PK classroom (Lower School Building/Tanner).

Morning Camp (9:00 a.m.) On Mondays, ALL campers must check in at the Summer Camp desk located in the Lower School Building, where you will receive nametags designating classes and times. An assistant will escort campers to their instructors. If you are coming for a 12:30 p.m. activity ONLY, report to the Summer Camp Office where you will

Fees and Hours Lausanne summer camp participants needing Before- or AfterCare may take advantage of Combination Program Fees. To enroll in programs combining Before- or AfterCare, simply fill out the online enrollment with your choices of classes and camps. After your camper’s information is processed, the refund will be added to your invoice.

Full-Day Combo Program June 3–July 26 (7 weeks), excluding the week of July 15 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. $100 Refund

receive a nametag and be shown to class. From Tuesday through Friday, campers dropped off for a 9:00 a.m. class will report directly to their classrooms, where the teacher will be waiting. Campers coming at 12:30 p.m. will wait in the Summer Camp Office area until 12:30 p.m., when they will be walked to class.

Full-Day Combo Program + BeforeCare only

Pick-up Procedures

Full-Day Combination Program + BeforeCare and AfterCare

(12:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m.) Each day, campers will be dismissed to the front of the Lower School Carpool Loop around the playground at 12:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. Parents will be able to drive up and pick up their children. Carpool Tags are mandatory.

AfterCare Pick-up Procedures (4:00–6:00 p.m.) Campers must be signed out by a parent or guardian in the Summer Camp Office, located in the Lower School building. All children must be signed out.

Early Pick-up or Late Arrival Please come to the Summer Office to sign your camper in or out when picking up early or arriving late. Campers will not be dismissed from their classrooms or activity; campers must be checked out from the Summer Camp Office in the Lower School building.

Absence Reports To report an absence, please call the Summer Office. Please leave your child’s name and the camp name so we can notify the teacher(s): 901.591-1177 (only active during summer camp weeks)

Please note the following important information regarding Summers @ Lausanne: • Lausanne is a peanut-free environment. Please do send peanut products with your child to camp. • Camp will be closed Thursday, July 4th to honor the 4th of July holiday. • Summers @ Lausanne (offices and camps) is closed July 15–July 19 due to the Lausanne Learning Institute.

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June 3–July 26 (7 weeks), excluding the week of July 15 7:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. $120 Refund

Full-Day Combo Program + AfterCare only June 3–July 26 (7 weeks), excluding the week of July 15 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. $120 Refund June 3–July 26 (7 weeks), excluding the week of July 15 7:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m. $140 Refund

Medication Note School personnel must have parent/guardian consent and a physician’s order to administer prescription medication. Over the-counter medications require parent consent. This permission must be in written form and on record in the summer office. Written parent and physician authorization must be renewed annually. For all medication, the most current, appropriately-labeled original container must be provided. If the student receives prescription medication from more than one physician, each physician must provide written permission. All medication must be maintained in the Summer Office and administered according to label instructions and at the discretion of the summer staff. If it is necessary for the student to retain possession of medication (i.e., inhalers), the procedure must be discussed with the summer staff. The medication request must be in writing. A written Asthma Action Plan, to address emergencies and care of asthma while in school, must be included. Please do not send any medication with your child to keep in his or her backpack or pocket to selfadminister. This policy is for the safety of all our students and we appreciate your cooperation in the matter.

Camp Store Each day, campers have the opportunity to visit our camp store on campus. Snacks range from $0.10 to $1.00. The camp store also sells various camp items, such as T-shirts, bracelets, water bottles, etc. A parent may open an account for the child with price limits for each day so the child does not have to carry money to camp. If you do send money daily, please send the money in a Ziploc bag with your child’s name on it.


Don’t forget about LAUSANNE PALOOZA! Friday, June 14; Friday, June 28; Friday, July 26 (4:00 p.m.–8:00 a.m.) Fee: $35 if signed up for programs on the week of Lausanne Palooza, $50 if coming ONLY for Lausanne Palooza *See Page 3 for more details

lausanne summer camp open house Sunday, May 4 (8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) Outside Norfleet Gym Make Monday Drop Off quick and easy for you! Here’s how: • Take care of payments instead of waiting in line on Monday morning • Pick up your child’s WILD & CRAZY Summer Camp T-shirt in advance • Receive your 2013 Summer Camp Carpool Tag • Set up your child’s Camp Store account now rather than later • AND meet a few of the wonderful 2013 Summer Camp Counselors


Lausanne Summer Camps (Rising JK–12th Grades)

EXPLORE SUMMERS @ LAUSANNE 2013

1381 West Massey Road Memphis, TN 38120

NON PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID MEMPHIS, TN PERMIT NO. 1419

Summers @ Lausanne 2013 Camp Brochure  

Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, Tennessee offers summer camps for rising JK through 12th grade students, Mondays - Fridays, May 28 -...

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