The Louisiana Classicist

December 7, 2011

Candidate Search at Episcopal High (BTR)

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ann E. M. Ostrom @ 5:45 pm
Tags: ,

Received this announcement of a job posting from Nathalie Roy (Episcopal, BTR):

Latin Teacher needed, to start in Fall of 2012.

K-12 college preparatory school in Baton Rouge, LA, seeks an experienced Latin teacher for elementary and high school students in established program. The elementary program (4th and 5th grade) uses Minimus, and the high school program is transitioning from Oxford to Ecce Romani. The program culminates in AP Latin.

Experience preferred:
* Has taught Latin at the lower, middle, and upper school levels.
* Has attended an AP Latin institute and has taught AP Latin.
* Has a degree in Latin or Classics.
* Has earned state or National Board certification in Latin.
* Is active in local classics organizations and ACL.
* Has served as sponsor for JCL chapter and participated in state/national conventions.
* Is comfortable integrating technology into regular classes, such as Smart Notebook, Web 2.0 applications, MS OneNote.
* Is up to date on cutting edge pedagogy – assessment techniques, reading methodology, spoken Latin, etc.
* Has the ability to work with another Latin teacher who supervises the program and the new teacher.
* Has experience working with students with learning differences and using differentiated instruction.
* Has knowledge of child development and classroom management, and enjoys working with these age groups.
* Possesses emotional maturity and works well with colleagues.

Episcopal’s Web page: www.ehsbr.org
Contact information:
Nathalie R. Roy
Latin Teacher
Foreign Languages Department Chair
Episcopal High School
3200 Woodland Ridge Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA 70816
225.753.3180, Extension 1167
royn AT ehsbr DOT org

 

December 20, 2010

teaching opportunity for Latin students!

Filed under: opportunities — Ann E. M. Ostrom @ 11:42 am
Tags: , ,

from Matthew Webb via Latinteach listserv:

CALLING HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE LATIN STUDENTS:
Spread your enthusiasm for the ancient world to a new generation!

Ascanius: The Youth Classics Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the classical world in the elementary and middle school, is accepting applications for faculty positions at LatinSummer 2011 from now through February 10, 2011. Any high school or college Latin student is welcome to apply. LatinSummer is a two-week long program for students on the elementary and middle school levels. LatinSummer 2011 will run in Williamsburg, Virginia, from July 22 – August 5, 2011. Faculty members earn a small honorarium. All room and board costs, and all or part of travel costs, are paid for by the Institute.

Apply online!


High School Student and LatinSummer Instructor Molly shares her experiences:

October 5, 2010

local teaching positions

Filed under: announcement — Ann E. M. Ostrom @ 11:37 am
Tags: , ,

Albert Watanabe, LCA Secretary, has been notified of two Latin teaching positions.

Penny Wells will be retiring from her position at Parkway High School in Bossier City in May 2011.  She hopes that there will be a strong field of applicants so that the principal will have to maintain the Latin program there.  At present the position has not been posted, but she suggests that you send a resumé either to the Bossier Parish School Board (www.bossierschools.org) or to the principal at Parkway, Dr. Nichole Bourgeois (http://parkway.bossierschools.org).  She also mentions that there may be a position at the middle school there. If you have further questions, please contact Penny Wells at Penny DOT Wells AT BossierSchools DOT Org.

Rebecca Runnels Morrison  is looking for someone to fill a position immediately at Runnels High School in Baton Rouge for the reminder of this semester, as one of their teachers has had to leave.   Rebecca writes: “We have a well developed classics program with Latin I – Latin AP and Greek I – IV (This year we only have Greek I and II, and no AP students. Next year I will have three AP students, and I expect that one of my Greek I students this year will continue through Greek IV.)

Here are the classes that are available:

Latin II – 8:30 – 9:20 AM
Latin I (honors): 11:00 – 11:50 AM
Latin I: 12:30 – 1:20 PM
Latin I: 1:20 – 2:10 PM
Latin I (honors): 2:10 – 3:00 PM

The classes are all small and mostly delightful. Temporarily, I can cover all of the Latin classes, but I can’t keep it up forever.

If someone were interested in the entire position, we would add one study hall, and two weekly 30 minute duties.

If you know of someone who might be interested in one or more of the classes, please pass this information on to him or her. Anyone interested should send me a resume at r DOT morrison AT runnels DOT org.”

May 3, 2010

Dunham School job opening

Filed under: announcement,opportunities — Ann E. M. Ostrom @ 5:48 pm
Tags: ,

an announcement from Daniel Breen, Academic Dean (The Dunham School, Baton Rouge):


Number:

96

Status:

OPEN

Updated:

4/30/10

The Dunham School

Starting:

August 2, 2010

Address:

11111 Roy Emerson Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70810

Contact:

Daniel Breen

Phone:

225-767-7097
Ext. 383

Alternate:

Steve Eagleton

Fax:

 

Email:

daniel.breen@dunhamschool.org

Position:

Latin

Web:

http://www.dunhamschool.org

Description:

The Dunham School (Baton Rouge, LA) is seeking a qualified and motivated Christian to serve as Latin teacher for Upper School (and certain Middle School) classes.  The Dunham School is an independent, non-denominational Christian school. We are members of SAIS and NAIS.  We are a school that leans towards the Classical; grammar, logic and rhetoric are pillars of our program.  All students in grades 5 and 6 study Latin, and Latin may be taken to satisfy the US language requirement (3 years) as well. 


This announcement can also be found on the American Classical League Job Listing site.

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: