Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Full-Time Latin Vacancy: Notre Dame School of Manhattan

The Notre Dame School of Manhattan is looking for a full time Latin teacher to teach levels 1-3 (grades 10-12). Our school is a small, private, college preparatory high school for girls.

Resumes should be sent to Jaclyn Brilliant, Principal at: brilliantj@cheznous.org

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Full-Time Latin Position: Rye City School District

The Rye City School District in Westchester County has an opening for a full-time Latin teacher, with the assignment split between middle school and high school (adjacent buildings, so no travel involved).  This is an excellent opportunity to work in a strong program where Latin is offered in grades 6-12.  New York State Latin certification is required; additional certification in French or Spanish would be helpful, but is not required.  Send a cover letter and resume to:

Elaine Cuglietto
Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
Rye City School District
411 Theodore Fremd Avenue, Suite 100S
Rye, New York 10580

FAX #914 967 6957

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Dear CAES Members,

It is with deep sadness that I notify you of the sudden passing of CAES Board member and friend, Joe (Joseph) Crisafulli. He suffered an unknown medical condition and died on a hiking trail near his home outside of Syracuse where his body was found in the afternoon on Tuesday, May 26th. He has dedicated innumerable years of his life in the advocacy of Latin and the Classics and he will be missed greatly. His dedication and willingness to do whatever he could to help others will be felt in every aspect of the CAES Institute in October as he has played a vital role in the planning and organizing of this upcoming Institute in Syracuse. I am sure there are many of you who have fond and cherished memories or pictures of Joe and you may want to share them with his family. The family has given their permission to share Joe and Josie's (his wife) address with you for this purpose: 8332 Zenith Drive, Baldwinsville, NY 13027.

Below is a link to his official obituary with visitation and funeral service information if you would like to leave the family a message, send flowers, or make a donation to the charity of the family's choosing of St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. CAES is sending flowers and ATLAS is sending flowers and making a donation in his name.

http://www.tjpfuneralhome.com/m/obituaries/Joseph-Crisafulli-Jr/Memories
http://obits.syracuse.com/obituaries/syracuse/obituary.aspx?pid=174960469

Kitrina Finlayson
Vice President, CAES

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

2015 Annual Institute Update

Planning for the 52nd CAES Annual Institute has been underway since last October, and we are busy finalizing our program. Soon we hope to make an exciting announcement about our keynote speaker. Several workshops, but not all, have been scheduled into the program. Perhaps there is something you would like to present? If you are interested in conducting a workshop, leading a discussion forum, or presenting a paper, please submit a proposal via this link:

http://www.caesny.org/p/submit-workshop-proposal.html

We are particularly interested in members who may wish to lead a 1-hour hands-on workshop on their favorite bit of technology that they use with students.

Please keep checking the CAES website for more information regarding rooms, registration, the program, the banquet and our fantastic keynote speaker. Vale,

Michael Kutny
President, Classical Association of the Empire State

52nd Annual Institute
October 22-24, 2015
Crowne Plaza
Syracuse, NY

Saturday, May 2, 2015

NYS Latin Teachers Recognized for Their Excellence

CAES Board member John Mooney (Cambridge, NY) writes:

Salvete, amici! Please note two recent extraordinary publicity coups for our colleagues:

Keziah Armstrong was recognized on the local NBC affiliate as "Top Teacher"!
http://wnyt.com/article/stories/s3774345.shtml
Also, Charlie Giglio (2015 NYS Teacher of the Year) made the cover of the May issue of NYSUT UNITED.
http://www.nysut.org/news/nysut-united/issues/2015/may-2015/teacher-of-the-year-lets-in-the-light-for-his-latin-students

Vobis gratulamur!!