Saturday, June 22, 2019

56th Annual CAES Institute, Oct. 25-26th

On behalf of the CAES program committee and board of directors, I am writing to invite you to the 56th Annual CAES Institute, Oct. 25-26th, hosted by the University at Albany. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Jason Pedicone, the co-founder and president of the Paideia Institute.  You will find attached an announcement letter, with further details about the conference, from our president Charlie Giglio.

Registration for the Institute is currently open online: https://www.caesny.org/p/registration.html
The program committee is also welcoming proposals for workshops and presentations. Please submit your information, no later than July 15: https://www.caesny.org/p/submit-workshop-proposal.html
We hope that you will consider both attending and presenting at the Institute this year. Last year's conference was a great success, and we hope to build on that momentum going into this year's gathering...

In the meantime, have a wonderful summer and thank you for all that you do in nurturing and promoting the field of Classics in NYS. We hope to see you all at the Institute in the Fall.


Warmest Regards,

Sara Watkins

Program Co-Chair

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Full Time Latin Teacher Position in Skaneateles, NY

The Skaneateles Central School District is seeking a uniquely qualified and experienced individual to join our high school world language team.  Successful applicants for this probationary position will bring experiences beyond the classroom to this position and must be NYS certified in Latin.  The assignment will start on or around September 3, 2019.  Interested applicants are encouraged to submit all information by July 1, 2019 via the OLAS portal.

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

CAWNY Updates

CAWNY, the Classical Association of Western New York, reminds you to register for the annual CAWNY Banquet by emailing Patrick Neveu directly today or tomorrow and sending your check with this invitation. Please share with colleagues and bring a friend! All are welcome. David Pellegrino promises to deliver an enlightening presentation on the process behind writing his own classroom textbook.

Those who might not have received a copy of the Checkpoint A and B exams should check your membership status and e-mail Catherine Nicastro or Brian Serwicki directly.

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Call for Presenters

The 56th Annual Institute of the Classical Association of the Empire State will take place on October 25-26, 2019 at the invitation of the University at Albany.

The program committee is now inviting proposals for presentations and workshops. Please fill out the application form. Applications are due by July 1.

https://forms.gle/hxQJv6LEnzPiRH3u8

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

CLOSED - Latin Teaching Position for 2019-2020

CLOSED - East Syracuse Minoa Central School District in Syracuse, NY will have a 1.0 Latin teaching position open for the 2019-2020 school year to cover a leave of absence. The position would be an 8th grade (middle school building) Latin 1 class, 9th grade Latin 2, 10th grade Latin 3, 11th grade Latin 4 (a literature class co-enrolled with State University of New York), and 12th grade Latin 5 (another literature class co-enrolled with SUNY), all meeting at the high school.

Applicants must be NYS certified. If you are interested, please contact the current teacher, Anne Stock at astock@esmschools.org, the principal Greg Avellino at gavellino@esmschools.org, and the head of HR Rebecca Streib at rstreib@esmschools.org. An official job opening has not been posted on the school website yet, but an application can be found at https://www.esmschools.org/district.cfm.