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AP Latin at Taft

Along with her offerings at St. Joseph’s in Standish, Maine, Jill Crooker is offering two courses at Taft School in Connecticut. See below for the descriptions, and learn more from Taft’s own website. Basics of Teaching the AP Latin course – July 8-13 Some of the questions on the Facebook AP Latin Teachers site during the past year were: how to… Read more →

MCA Spring 2018 Meeting

The MCA Spring Meeting will be held at Hampden Academy in Hampden on Saturday morning, April 28, starting at 9:30 am. Come 30 minutes early for breakfast and and conversation. The theme for the meeting is Branching Out and New Horizons, featuring presentations by Abi Buglass, Seth Metcalf, Susan Strickland, and Marilee Osier. It’s a packed meeting with a lot of awesome stuff.… Read more →

AP Latin in Standish

Long time Maine Classicist Jill Crooker will be hosting a workshop at St. Joseph’s College in Standish this summer, July 15-20, for AP Latin teachers. Click here for more information and Jill’s contact info, if you’re interested. Oh, and you get some lobster! In 2013 there was the first administration of what was then called “the new AP Latin”. We… Read more →

Sailing on the Wine-Dark Sea of Greek History by Mary Papoutsy

Mary Papoutsy, Maine Classical Association alum, will be giving a talk at the University of Southern Maine on Thursday, March 22, at 7 pm, titled “Genealogical Sleuthing in Greece: Sailing on the Wind-Dark Sea of Greek History”. According to the spring newsletter from the Hellenic Society of Maine, “Mary Papoutsy will discuss the American sources of information needed to launch… Read more →

Latin Position at Nokomis

While I was poking around on serving schools earlier today, I noticed that the Nokomis High School Latin position was reposted earlier this month. A posting in the middle of the school year is rare, and so if you know of anyone who would be a good fit for the program (last I knew, this is a full time position),… Read more →