Middle School Director Leslie Segal was featured in the special education section of the Cleveland Jewish News this month where she discussed the shift to virtual learning through Laurel's School@Home program.
Head of School Ann Klotz reflected on her teachings of women who prevail in her latest Well-Schooled piece, which delves into the classic characters Ann has loved and taught for years, and her students who do not respond in the same loving manner.
Ali Paige Block '08, a professional ballet soloist with Eglevsky Ballet and Movement Headquarters Ballet Company in New York, graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Columbia University on May 20.
In March Ann V. Klotz provided her insights to Your Teen Magazine about what distance learning means, how schools are adapting to meet changing needs, and expectations to help set for you and your children as schools move to online learning.
Dr. Tori Cordiano, Director of Research for Laurel's Center for Research on Girls recently weighed in on a Your Teen Magazine story offering advice on how to shelter in place with your teenagers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sarah McKeown, Instructional Design and Innovation Specialist and Middle School Computer Science Teacher, was this month's expert in Cleveland Magazine's "Ask the Expert," where she was asked why Middle School students should learn to code.
Laurel Head of School Ann V. Klotz, Dr. Lisa Damour, Executive Director of Laurel’s Center for Research on Girls (LCRG) and Dr. Tori Cordiano, Director of Research of LCRG are all featured in a detailed story that aired on WKSU focused on the stress girls today feel and the research LCRG has conducted to try and help combat it.
The Laurel Figure Skating Team, led by team captain Elena Luria ’21 and made up of both Middle and Upper School students, competed in the Ohio High School Team Figure Skating Championships on February 8 and 9.
Olivia Wenzel '20 was recently featured on WVIZ's NewsDepth show where her story about AltruTec, LLC, the business she has founded which aims to utilize virtual reality technology to help dementia patients was told.
Elyse Evans ’17 is among three partnerships (six students) from The College of Wooster who have qualified for the American Moot Court Association (AMCA) National Tournament in Baton Rouge, La., on Jan. 17-18.