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2019

  • March

    Parent Book Club Studies the Odyssey

    Since November, a group of parents have been meeting every couple of weeks to read and discuss Homer’s Odyssey.  Many of the parents are reading this for the first time, or at least the first time in many years. In addition to monthly parent training sessions, curriculum night, term presentation, concerts, and science and history projects, the parent book club provides another way for parents to engage in their children’s education and experience the richness of a classical curriculum.
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  • February

    8th Grade Medieval History Geography Fair

    On Monday February 11th, the 8th grade students presented their research on North African countries. This was the culmination of a geography unit in Ms. Koci's medieval history class. North Africa was the home to one of the greatest Mediterranean cities, Carthage, in modern day Tunisia. In late antiquity, the famous theologian St. Augustine was bishop of Hippo Regius in what is now Algeria. The Muslim invasion of North Africa in the late 7th century is one of the significant events of the early middle ages. 
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  • Reading Rodeo Launches with Author Assembly

    Last Tuesday, the Classical Academy students gathered for a special assembly with guest author Kenneth Thomasma.  Mr. Thomasma authored several books on this year’s Reading Rodeo book list, particularly at the 3rd and 4th grade level.  It was exciting to have him kick off our annual reading event, as his dramatic storytelling sessions are well known throughout the country.
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  • January

    5th & 6th Visit Legislatures in Cheyenne

    The 5th and 6th Grade classes had the privilege this past week to visit the Wyoming Capital in Cheyenne where they performed for the state legislatures and visited historical landmarks. The students sang patriotic songs such as "You're a Grand Old Flag" and "Amazing Grace," and the 6th Grade recited "Concord Hymn" to all the assembled House of Representatives and Senate of the State of Wyoming. While the actual Capital facilities are under renovation, the students were able to visit the temporary facility as a part of their performance. They sang under the direction of Ms. Koci and with the accompaniment of Dr. Wagner along with the assistance of gracious parent chaperones. 
     
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