The 2021 Fall Virtual Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States

Registration and access to virtual program and recordings is now closed.

When: Thursday, October 14 to Saturday, October 16

Where:  Virtual – Zoom – details TBD

Program: Click here to download the Program for 2021 Annual Meeting (updated October 13, 2021)

Letter from CAAS President: Click here to read/download the President’s Letter (dated October 8, 2021)

Letter from CAAS Executive DirectorClick here to read/download the Executive Director’s Letter (dated October 5, 2021)

Election/Ballot Form: Click here for update on elections

Exhibitors and Vendors: 

  • Click here to register for meeting via JHUP
  • Click here to email for addition to Virtual Exhibit Hall

Fall 2021 Registration Form (register online):

  • Click here to register for meeting via JHUP

We look forward to seeing you virtually!

Main Line Latin and Greek students win laurels in 82nd annual PCS contests

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On Saturday, May 22, there was a palpable sense of triumph at the 82nd Annual Latin Week Awards Luncheon held at The Drexelbrook in Drexel Hill. The exhibiting of entries in seventeen categories has usually taken place in February at The Baldwin School. This year, with the invaluable technology orchestration by Traci Dougherty of Sandy Run Middle School, all entries were uploaded to flipgrid, and data-based into google notes.

The annual contests are open to all students of Latin and/or Greek.

The 17 categories included: 3-D Printing, Comic Storyboard, Computer Art, Costume, Military Costume, Jewelry, Models, Mosaic, Needlework, Painting, Sculpture & Pottery, Sketches & Drawings, Prose in Latin and English, Poetry in Latin and English, plus a trial category, Minecraft.

In addition to Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, and Cum Laude awards, students’ entries could be selected as Best In Category. From those entries, PCS Officers and Judges selected the Best In Show.

Click here to read entire article (including laurel winners) by CAAS Executive Director Mary Brown