MCA Spring Meeting 2021

The Maine Classical Association invites you to attend its Spring Meeting on Saturday, May 22nd, from 8:30 to 11:45 AM via Zoom. Attendance is free, and CEUs will be available. You can register for the meeting here. Those who register will receive a Zoom link via email on Friday, the 21st. In a departure from previous formats, the meeting will… Read more →

VHS Learning Latin

Virtual High School Learning, a fully online high school that many schools in Maine utilize to expand their curricular offerings, is looking for Latin teachers as their classics program expands, led by Maine’s own Marilee Osier. Learn more by going to Read more →

MCA Summer 2020 Announcement

Last April, public health concerns posed by COVID-19 prompted the MCA Executive Board to cancel its annual Spring Meeting.  The decision was bitter, but one which had to be made given the developing situation. As the school year approaches, concerns for safety and social distancing remain unabated, and the MCA Executive Board feels it is in the best interests of both… Read more →

CANE Virtual Meeting

The Classical Association of New England will host a virtual version of its annual meeting FREE via Zoom from July 13-17, 2020. The preliminary program is available and registration is now live HERE. If you are going to attend, you will have to register, even though CANE is not charging a registration fee. CANE has also set up a program of support for teachers… Read more →

Maine Learning Modules

The Maine Department of Education is looking for educators to create interdisciplinary learning modules for students. The deadline for applying if June 5 (this Friday), and retired teachers are also eligible to register. Let’s get some classics content out there for kids to learn! See below for the blurb, which is also available on this page here. The Maine Department… Read more →

A Letter from MCA President Ross Shaler

On account of the public health concerns posed by COVID-19, the MCA Executive Board has voted to cancel the MCA Spring Meeting, formerly scheduled for May 2nd. Although the current situation does not permit us to convene physically, the MCA is committed to supporting our state’s Classics community by offering digital resources and professional development opportunities to help mollify the… Read more →

MCA Spring Meeting Notice – May 2, 2020

The Maine Classical Association will hold its Spring Meeting on Saturday, May 2nd at Thornton Academy in Saco. The meeting will begin at 9 am and continue through noon. Breakfast and lunch will be available. The MCA Spring Meeting is geared towards pedagogy in the Classics classroom and will offer opportunities for connecting with colleagues. The meeting program and registration form will follow in… Read more →