The square, in Crown Point, is packed with vendors selling food as well as arts and crafts during the annual Taste of the Region on Friday, June 22, 2012. The Taste, which is part of Crown Point's Hometown Festival, runs throughout the weekend and offers a variety of local foods and entertainment. | Scott R. Brandush~Sun-Times Media
Updated: June 11, 2013 1:13PM
There is still time to register for the 11th annual Crown Point Latin Summer, an enrichment program about the ancient Roman world, which will be held July 8-12 at Crown Point High School
The program will meet from 8 to 11:30 a.m. each day.
Latin Summer is open to students who have completed fourth-, fifth-, or sixth-grade at elementary schools in the Crown Point Community School Corp. and other area schools. There will also be a Master’s Class for fifth-, sixth-, and seventh-grade students who previously attended Latin Summer.
Students attending the program will have the opportunity to learn about Classical mythology, Roman culture and daily life, and Roman history. They will also attend courses such as conversational Latin and participate in artistic and group activities.
Current Crown Point High School Latin students serve as instructors under the direction of Jeremy Walker and Sara Robertson, the school’s Latin teachers.
Cost of the program is $55; deadline for registration is June 17. Contact Walker at 775-7307 or email@example.com for information. Registration forms can be obtained in the high school front office before noon weekdays or can be downloaded from www.crownpoint.ijcl.org by clicking on the “Latin Summer” tab.
Forms and checks written to Crown Point Classical Association can be mailed to Jeremy Walker, Latin teacher, Crown Point High School, 1500 South Main St., Crown Point, IN 46307.