CAES (Classical Association of the Empire State)

CAES (Classical Association of the Empire State) CAES is a not-for-profit professional organization of teachers and professors of ancient Latin and Greek, which seeks to advance interest in, and the study of the classical languages and civilizations in the schools and colleges of New York State.

CAES also strives to meet the professional needs of all teachers of the classical languages. One way of meeting these needs is through the annual CAES Institute, which meets every fall.

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Don't forget to register! Kathleen de Riesthal will talk about Greek and Roman medicine. CTLE credit hours are available...
10/10/2021
CAES Annual Institute Registration

Don't forget to register! Kathleen de Riesthal will talk about Greek and Roman medicine. CTLE credit hours are available.

Due to a variety of circumstances and challenges, this year's institute will feature only a key note speaker. CAES is happy to announce that...

It's time to register for October 15th's free CAES Annual Institute.
10/04/2021
CAES Annual Institute Registration

It's time to register for October 15th's free CAES Annual Institute.

Due to a variety of circumstances and challenges, this year's institute will feature only a key note speaker. CAES is happy to announce that...

Dear JCL Chapter or Latin Club,            East Aurora High School will be hosting the annual NYS JCL Fall Festival Cert...
09/27/2021
JCL NYS Fall Fest 2021 - Copy.doc

Dear JCL Chapter or Latin Club,
East Aurora High School will be hosting the annual NYS JCL Fall Festival Certamen on Saturday, November 6th, 2021. This will be a virtual event using Google Meet and online links. A detailed schedule with all links will be emailed to all teachers the week before the event.

The cost of the festival is $5 per student. Registrations must be postmarked by Friday, October 22nd. Please include ONE check payable to East Aurora Schools and a list of participants and chaperones with your registration sheets.

Rough Schedule of Events:

9:00am – opening remarks
9:30am – Certamen for Levels ½, IB, and I
12:00pm – academic tests via Google Forms
1:00pm – Certamen for Levels II and III
3:00pm – Certamen for Levels IV, V, and AP
5:00pm – Impromptu Art
6:00pm – Kahoot
6:45pm – Awards Ceremony

In addition to certamen, impromptu art, and academic tests, there will also be a virtual 1 mile run, a poster contest, an oratory contest, a costume contest, and a T shirt design contest. Please click on this link for registration form and details:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/a98yfzzwpfxttix/JCL%20NYS%20Fall%20Fest%202021%20-%20Copy.doc?dl=0.

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SAVE THE DATE: Friday, October 15. The 2021 CAES Annual Institute will be held virtually. Registration will open soon.
09/07/2021

SAVE THE DATE: Friday, October 15. The 2021 CAES Annual Institute will be held virtually. Registration will open soon.

SAVE THE DATE: Friday, October 15. The 2021 CAES Annual Institute will be held virtually. Registration will open soon.

Don't forget! Please submit your proposal by August 31!The 58th annual CAES Institute will be held virtually on Friday, ...
08/23/2021
CAES Annual Institute 2021 Proposals

Don't forget! Please submit your proposal by August 31!

The 58th annual CAES Institute will be held virtually on Friday, October 15, 2021. The program committee is welcoming proposals for workshops and presentations centered on practical ideas for teaching Latin in today's classroom as well as topics that provide ongoing professional learning in the subject area. Please submit your information no later than August 31, 2021. The committee will review proposals and notify presenters in early September.
https://bit.ly/2USRf1p

The 58th annual CAES Institute will be held virtually on Friday, October 15, 2021. The program committee is welcoming proposals for workshops and presentations centered on practical ideas for teaching Latin in today's classroom as well as topics that provide ongoing professional learning in the subj...

07/29/2021

The 58th annual CAES Institute will be held virtually on Friday, October 15, 2021. The program committee is welcoming proposals for workshops and presentations centered on practical ideas for teaching Latin in today's classroom as well as topics that provide ongoing professional learning in the subject area. Please submit your information no later than August 31, 2021. The committee will review proposals and notify presenters in early September.

https://bit.ly/2USRf1p

07/02/2021

Are you looking for inspiration for the fall? Why not watch or rewatch the presentations from our 2020 institute. A highlight video is included here. But click on this link to check out the full conference gratis: http://www.caesny.org/2021/07/caes-2020-institute-video.html?m=1 With Charlie Giglio, Kristen Masters, Kristen Griswold, William Breitweiser, Jennifer Armstrong, Brian Serwicki, Hans Mueller, and Chris Buczek.

At this year’s Annual CAES Institute, the June U. Stillwell Outstanding New York State Latin Program Award was presented...
12/07/2020

At this year’s Annual CAES Institute, the June U. Stillwell Outstanding New York State Latin Program Award was presented to the East Aurora Union Free School District. On behalf of the board members of the Classical Association of the Empire State, the award was presented to Brian Serwicki and Kate Hannon by CAES scholarship chair, William Breitweiser.
http://www.caesny.org/2020/12/east-aurora-union-free-school-district.html

Gratias, CAWNY!
10/23/2020

Gratias, CAWNY!

CAWNY is ready for the virtual 57th CAES Institute! PD will prevail despite Covid-19!

Please check out the scholarship opportunities available. Please especially share with students and those new to the pro...
08/12/2020
Scholarship Opportunities

Please check out the scholarship opportunities available. Please especially share with students and those new to the profession. We're also looking for teachers, administrators, and programs that deserve recognition. http://www.caesny.org/2020/08/scholarship-opportunities.html

As we approach the time for the 57th annual CAES Institute, which will be held virtually on the afternoon of October 23, 2020, I want to re...

Alarming news coming out of Canisius College (q.v. message below). Humanities nurture understanding, innovation, communi...
07/18/2020
Sign the Petition

Alarming news coming out of Canisius College (q.v. message below). Humanities nurture understanding, innovation, communication, critical thinking, leadership, and progress. Please consider supporting the call to reverse this destructive, dangerous, and short-sighted course of action.

“I wanted to let you know that Canisius College has this week started a process to eliminate the Classics and Fine Arts departments and layoff their tenured faculty, eliminate the religious studies and theology major and layoff two of its tenured faculty, layoff three tenured history professors and another three tenured faculty from philosophy, and lay off a tenure-track English professor who won the 2020 A&S teaching award. Layoffs of tenured and tenure-track faculty in other divisions of the college are imminent as well, but humanities departments, which have been shrinking for years, are absorbing many of the layoffs.

This is a challenging time for all colleges. I thought you might want to know what plan the president of the college and the Board of Trustees have for trying to solve the problems at Canisius. The liberal arts and humanities have been at the core of a Canisius College education since its founding 150 years ago, but that is changing at a rapid pace right now.

Some alumni who are greatly troubled by these actions have started a petition that seeks to stop this process. You may read - and sign, if you like - the petition at this site: http://chng.it/CzJsp9m2”

Stop Canisius from Firing Professors

The 57th annual CAES Institute will be held virtually on the afternoon of October 23, 2020. The program committee is wel...
07/09/2020
CAES ANNUAL INSTITUTE 2020 PROPOSALS

The 57th annual CAES Institute will be held virtually on the afternoon of October 23, 2020. The program committee is welcoming proposals for workshops and presentations centered on the themes of diversity, inclusiveness and teaching the Classics online or in a blended format. Please submit your information no later than August 15, 2020. The committee will review proposals and notify presenters by the start of September. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSet-8s4N5ZPcDnqCq7vQpKo9Xh1xwLm7lWq6SRyDELF1Pf0tg/viewform

The 57th annual CAES Institute will be held virtually on the afternoon of October 23, 2020. The program committee is welcoming proposals for workshops and presentations centered on the themes of diversity, inclusiveness and teaching the Classics online or in a blended format. Please submit your info...

#caes19 Kathleen de Riesthal: A Latin Teacher’s Adventure Down the Rabbit Hole: Reflections on Research in the Second La...
10/26/2019

#caes19 Kathleen de Riesthal: A Latin Teacher’s Adventure Down the Rabbit Hole: Reflections on Research in the Second Language Acquisition and What We Can Learn From It

David Pellegrino, CAES treasurer, presents on his second Latin textbook #caes19
10/26/2019

David Pellegrino, CAES treasurer, presents on his second Latin textbook #caes19

Kristen Griswold @caes19 spoke about what to do with one to one devices in the Latin classroom.
10/26/2019

Kristen Griswold @caes19 spoke about what to do with one to one devices in the Latin classroom.

Kristen Griswold discussing Integrating One to One Devices into the Latin Classroom #caes2019
10/26/2019

Kristen Griswold discussing Integrating One to One Devices into the Latin Classroom #caes2019

Patrick Neveu incorporates pop culture into the classroom.  #caes19
10/26/2019

Patrick Neveu incorporates pop culture into the classroom. #caes19

Patrick Neveu giving a talk on Incorporating Pop Culture (Expected and Unexpected) in the Latin Classroom. #caes19
10/26/2019

Patrick Neveu giving a talk on Incorporating Pop Culture (Expected and Unexpected) in the Latin Classroom. #caes19

Candace Black, Marie-Therese Witte, and Kristen Griswold presenting on New York State Standards for Learning Latin. #cae...
10/25/2019

Candace Black, Marie-Therese Witte, and Kristen Griswold presenting on New York State Standards for Learning Latin. #caes19

Nancy Antonellis brings Corinth into the classroom. #caes19
10/25/2019

Nancy Antonellis brings Corinth into the classroom. #caes19

Michael Johnson taught us how to do mythograms. #CAES19
10/25/2019

Michael Johnson taught us how to do mythograms. #CAES19

Peter Anderson discusses mindfulness in the classroom at #CAES19
10/25/2019

Peter Anderson discusses mindfulness in the classroom at #CAES19

The Annual Institute 2019 has begun. Thank you Dr. Christopher Buczek for starting us off! #caes19
10/25/2019

The Annual Institute 2019 has begun. Thank you Dr. Christopher Buczek for starting us off! #caes19

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When is Jason Pedicone giving his talk?
Bene factum! Who else in NYS does certamen?
Please share!
Registration is open for the 2018 Classical Association of New England Summer Institute, which will take place July 9-14, 2018, at Brown University, with the theme “Empires Ancient and Modern: Reactions to Imperial Power from Athens to the Americas.” While exploring the practices and problems of ancient empires, the institute’s events and discussions will also consider modern and contemporary engagements – the use, misuse, and abuse – of Classical models of empire. A number of the institute’s mini-courses and lectures will look closely at imperialism in the Americas alongside ancient models, while others will explore topics as wide-ranging as the challenges of writing about empire, imperialism in the Ancient Near East, and Satan’s empire in Milton’s Paradise Lost. Please click on the following link for descriptions of the mini-courses, lectures, and professional development workshops, as well as information about registration: http://caneweb.org/new/?page_id=165 Please direct any questions about the institute to Tim Joseph at [email protected]