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"!
Also, Charlie Giglio (2015 NYS Teacher of the Year) made the cover of the May issue of NYSUT UNITED.

Vobis gratulamur!!

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Latin Vacancy: Maspeth High School

POSITION: We are seeking results-oriented teaching candidates who exhibit strong leadership, thorough content knowledge, a reflective nature, the capacity for teamwork, and an appreciation for the discipline of teaching.

DESCRIPTION: Maspeth High School is a NYCDOE public high school, opened in September 2011, currently in its fourth year of operation (with grades 9-12). We offer a rigorous college preparatory education based in classical liberal arts and sciences with an interdisciplinary and humanities focus. Our instructional philosophy is that all knowledge is interrelated. Latin is offered for I-AP with Ancient Greek as an elective for seniors, and students are expected to follow a prescribed 4-year curriculum in Latin. Candidates may be required to teach any levels, following a curriculum based on the textbook Latin for the New Millennium.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

CAES Scholarships & Awards

Perhaps you're a Latin teacher interested in undertaking some summer study this year; maybe you are planning to become a Latin teacher; perhaps you would like to let all of New York State know how great your district's Latin program is, or wish to thank a supporter of your program. If any of these are the case, then CAES may have a scholarship or award for you!

The application deadline for several of these scholarships and awards is MAY 1st. Please follow the link below for more information, including detailed descriptions of the various awards and application information.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

NYS JCL Certamen Tournament

Pittsford Mendon High School in Pittsford, NY, will host a Certamen Tournament for the New York State Junior Classical League on April 18, from 1:00pm - 7:00pm.

The total cost of the event will be $10.00 which includes the food (light dinner of pizza, salad, and drinks), awards, and participation in the Certamen Tournament. Reservations and money must be postmarked no later than April 10. Checks should be made payable to Pittsford Mendon High School.

NYJCL nominations/elections for State Officers will be held at the very beginning of the event.  Ballots will be cast during dinner and winners will be announced at the end of the awards assembly.

Please click here to download the registration information.

Constructing Trajan's Column

National Geographic has an amazing stop-motion video that shows how Trajan's Column may have been constructed. Fascinating!

Thank you to CAES member Lynn Smith (Pittsford) for sending this our way.