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Updated 12 February 2013

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February Birthdays:

6 Seneca BigMac

21 Gracchus 84 Fauxhawks

24 Marius Providence Convent

28 Rufus Center Beaver


Patricians GO MONGO!: 

Culture Crash Dinner at Mongolian Grill: Celebrate Old Roman New Year and the Chinese New Year at BD's Mongolian Grill in South Side Works.  Hunt, Gather, Grill, Feast!  Date: 28 Feb   Cost: 15$  includes all you can eat and drink and tip.  Transportation:  PAT bus or drive (Pay for parking)  Pay attention for details in class and on CCN Announcements.

Restaurant info:   BD's Mongolian Grill

The Plebian breakfast at Pamela's was a success.  Thanks to Dictator Cicero for his organizational skills.


Latin Priority One (LPO) is the AT HOME Latin study program implemented to help you live a happy and healthy Latin lifestyle.  Take the pledge now and get your certificate in class.  Live the LPO.


Things to Ponder:  It is EASIER to keep your grade HIGH than it is to raise your grade once it is low.   

Take PRIDE in your SELF, put PRIDE into your WORK, get PRIDE from your GRADE!

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All Homework is due the next day unless otherwise noted.

Day = Day of cycle, DNM = Class does not meet on that day


Jan 21

Off King Holiday

Jan 22  Day 1

First Day of 2nd Semester

L1:  Make Exam Corrections on looseleaf.

Harvest Ch 8 notes for Wednesday.

L2: Make exam corrections on looseleaf.

Jan 23 Day 2




L3: Pg 147-148 Ex 40.2 and 40.3

Jan 24 Day 3




L3: Page 42-43 Lines 1-22 Recitation

Jan 25 Day 4

Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul. 

Jan 28 Jan 29 Jan 30 Jan 31

Feb 1 Day 1

Latin 4 Test Monday

Feb 4 Day 2 Feb 5 Day 3

Feb 6 Day 4

Plebian Breakfast

Feb 7 Day 5 Feb 8 Day 6
Feb 11

Parent Teacher Meetings

Feb 12

Ash Wednesday

Feb 13

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 Previous sayings:

>Whether you think you can or think you can't, you're right!

>No great student ever complains of want of opportunity.

>Diligence overcomes difficulties; sloth makes them.

>Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.

>The wise student does at once what the foolish student does finally.

>Latin is like eating. Everyone can do it. But the secret is in the preparation, not in the eating.

>Qui non est hodie cras minus aptus erit ->He who is not prepared today will be less so tomorrow. (Ovid)

> It is a good rule to face difficulties at the time they arise and not allow them to increase unacknowledged.

> To be successful you must accept all challenges that come your way. You can't just accept the ones you like.

>Success favors a prepared mind.

>Face difficulties at the time they arise and do not allow them to increase unacknowledged.

>Start by doing what's necessary, then what's possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.

>A good grade is not a long race; It is many short races one after another.

>The best way to predict your good future grade, is to create it.

>Luck builds on preparation .

>Take Pride in your SELF, Take pride in your WORK, Get pride from your GRADE!

>Take Pride in your SELF, Put pride into your WORK, Get pride from your GRADE!

>Work as if everything depended on you; Pray as if everything depended of God.

>During a test, you may look up for inspiration, down in desperation but not side to side for information.