Lydia Ossorgin

Director and Governing Board Member, B.A. (St. John's College), B.S. and M.A. in Teaching (Univ. of New Mexico), has implemented programs and conducted seminars at the junior and senior high school levels since 1990, three of which were with the Alaska Paideia Project. Prior to Atheneum, she spent five years teaching in New Mexico public schools. Her experience included planning a new public school. Lydia is certified to teach elementary and secondary math, science, social studies, and language arts. She has been a Russian icon painter for over twenty years following her study in Paris with a Russian master. She is an instructor of T'ai Chi and Pa Kua. She has studied at St. John's College (Santa Fe), University Of New Mexico, L'Alliance Francaise, L'Institut De Theologie Orthodoxe St. Serge, The Tolstoy Foundation, Glinka Museum Of Music, and The Hermitage Museum. As Director of Atheneum Lydia was awarded the Alaska State PTSA Educator's Award for Excellence, 1996.
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