Pictures from the Fall Forum at Columbus Academy
Pictures from the 2019 State Convention
Co-Editor Irene Calderon has completed the 1st issue of the Summit Latin Club newsletter, the Vox Latina (pdf) (online). Co-Editor Abby Almaguer will soon be working on the next issue which will be published in the winter. Here is a link to some older issues.
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After School Latin: every Fri in MS 213, 3:15-4:30 – learn more about the classical world, bring snacks to share with others, socialize with friends! – all Latin students in grades 7-12 are invited! These sessions are a great way to prepare for the academic competitions during the year and to improve certamen skills!
Upcoming Events – click here for the full certamen schedule
- (academic/artistic/social) Fri Nov 15, 6:00-8:30, Knights Hall: Celebration of the Classics – click here to volunteer to bring in food/drinks – click here for more information
- (academic) Sat Nov 16, 9-11ish am: University of Cincinnati Certamen Click here for directions and where to park.
- (service) Sat Nov 16, 1:15-4:00: Making meals to feed the impoverished at The Hope Factory (2430 E. Kemper Rd, Cincinnati, OH 452412). Your volunteer experience will help provide 125,000 high protein meals for orphans and vulnerable children. PLEASE ARRIVE BY 1:15 PM. The presentation will begin at 1:30 PM. Everyone must be seated by that time. Those who arrive after 1:30 PM may not get a position on the lines so plan accordingly. Click here to sign up (no more than 15 students). Click here for 2 REQUIRED FORMS: a permission slip and a waiver.
- (service) Sat Nov 23, 9 am – 12 pm: OJCL Make a Difference Day at Walnut Hills Woods: The address is 3201 Sulsar Ave, Cincinnati, OH. Go to this link to sign up. Email email@example.com with any questions.
- (service) Sat Dec 14, 9-11 am: Matthew 25 – sign up in the Latin rooms
- (service) Sat Jan 11, 9-11 am: Matthew 25 – sign up in the Latin rooms
- (academic) Sat Feb 1, 9-11ish am: Xavier University Certamen
- (service) Sat Feb 8, 9-11 am: Matthew 25 – sign up in the Latin rooms
- (academic) Sat Feb 29, 9-11ish am: Summit Certamen
- (academic/artistic/social/service) Fri March 13 – Sun March 15: OJCL Convention
- (service) Sat March 21, 9-11 am: Matthew 25 – sign up in the Latin rooms
- (service) Sat April 4, 9-11 am: Matthew 25 – sign up in the Latin rooms
- (academic) TBA: Ursuline Certamen
- (academic) Sat April 25, 9-11ish am: Mt. Notre Dam Certamen – all questions will be AP-related for the Advanced level
- (service) Sat May 9, 9-11 am: Matthew 25 – sign up in the Latin rooms
Information about the 2019 NJCL Convention at North Dakota University (Fargo ND)
- The convention starts on Fri July 26 and ends the morning of Wed July 31. The flight from Cincinnati will leave in the early the morning of Thurs July 26; the flight from Minneapolis will leave in the early morning on Wed July 31. Here are the flights which Larry Dean is taking. Students are not required to be on this flight, but I will chaperone any students who are going on this flight.
- 2019 njcl convention info for summit students
2019 OJCL Convention Overall Points Champions!
- This is the link to upload pix of all your projects!
- 2019 summit commercial – about the nature god Pan, edited by Connie Nelson, earned an Excellent rating at convention
- 2019 Summit Latin Newsletter, the Vox Latina – edited by Maliah Bricking, earned an Excellent rating at convention
- 2019 Summit Digital Scrapbook – created by Ava Norton – click the ‘present’ button in the upper right of the screen to start the slide show
- 2019 Ohio Junior Classical League Convention Article (Dean version)
- 2019 OJCL convention article (Summit version)
- 2019 OJCL Convention – official Summit results
- 2019 OJCL Convention – official results of all schools
Some random things from convention:
- Matthew Warden (Summit Treasurer in charge of spirit) led the delegation to a 1st place prize in spirit Fri night. The theme was the Moana movie, and Matthew was dressed for the part!
- Ryan gets pied in the face! State officer Ryan Burns’ jar received the most money for charity, and his reward was a tasty whip cream pie.
- Carson Hall was one of the participants in the annual ‘OJCL’s Got Talent!’ It is part comedy and part talent. Carson’s talent is picking locks, and he did this to accompaniment of music while a girl tried to jump rope while on a pogo stick. All 3 acts received the ‘cookie of approval’ from the judges.
Summit Latin Awards Booklets: 2018 awards booklet