Please see the attached job posting for a part time Latin position at Twinsburg High School:
CPL Travel Grants for High School Groups are designed for high school teachers who want to take their students on a trip to an excavation, exhibit or historic site(s) that both enhances their learning experience and furthers their interest in Classical Studies. The grant supports both domestic and international travel.
Further information regarding the application process can by found by clicking this link.
University and High School Students are encouraged to participate in the annual Vergil Week contests in Latin recitation and in art to be held at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. All students at any school in Ohio or the surrounding states are eligible. It is not necessary to be registered in a Latin or Classics class at CWRU to participate. For rules and registration forms, please visit the Vergil Week 2015 website.”
Dear OCC Members-
Please see the message below regarding an AP Workshop to be held at the University of Cincinnati on April 25th. The registration deadline is March 30th:
This is a reminder that on April 25th, the Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati would like to invite teachers of AP Latin in the Cincinnati region to a half-day workshop on the AP texts. The venue will be Blegen Library on UC Campus. To secure a place in the workshop RSVP to Prof. Duncan MacRae (email@example.com) or Prof. Daniel Markovic (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 30th.
At the workshop, teachers will hear presentations from scholars of Latin Literature and Roman History on the AP texts – Virgil and Caesar – and have the chance to get to know the Classics department at UC better. The presentations aim to connect teachers with recent scholarly thinking on the AP texts and to provide materials to enrich their teaching of the Latin texts. There will be a chance to discuss selected passages from the set texts with fellow teachers and the UC faculty. The department will provide morning refreshments and there will be a lunch with university faculty at the end of the workshop.
The workshop will be free to teachers of AP Latin.
9.15-9.45am: Arrival and Sign-in.
Coffee and light refreshments will be available.
9.45-10am: Welcome to the Department (by Head).
10-11am: Virgil’s Aeneid, the AP selections: Presentation and Discussion led by Prof. Daniel Markovic.
11am-12pm: Caesar’s Gallic War, the AP selections: Presentation and Discussion led by Prof. Duncan MacRae.
12-1pm: Lunch with UC Classics Faculty.
1pm-1.30pm: Presentation of UC Classics department and Undergraduate Semple Scholarships (by Daniel Markovic); tour of the Library (Jacquie Riley).