Crown Point High School Latin students traveled to Ball State University recently for the Indiana Junior Classical League Fall Latin Day. The group is pictured on the Muncie campus. | Photo provided
Updated: November 25, 2013 12:38PM
Students from Crown Point High School were among more than 100 high school Latin students and sponsors from across Indiana who attended the 36th annual Indiana Junior Classical League Fall Latin Day, which was co-sponsored this year by Eta Sigma Phi, the national classics honorary fraternity, on Oct. 26 at Ball State University in Muncie.
The students paricipated in a variety of activities during the day, which was led by the following officers: Michael Keller of Crown Point, president; Orion Meier of Boonville, first vice president; Sarah DeMars of Crown Point, second vice president; Renee Brigham of Crown Point, secretary; Thomas Cooper of Crown Point, parliamentarian; Sierra Bass of Boonville, editor; and Brennen Chausey of Crown Point, webmaster.
Crown Point participants were: Casey Akers, Jackie Akey, Sarah Andrews, Isabella Badzovski, Alexandra Baloski, Sarah Banks, Natalie Brigham, Renee Brigham, Julia Brown, Becca Burke, Donnai Casillas, Brennen Chaussey, Callista Christ, Sam Cooper, Thomas Cooper, August Dailey, Sarah DeMars, Claire Dosen, Daniel Duncan, Sam Fargo, Emily Fender, Perry Francis, Sarah Hautzinger, Tyler Jeremiah, Michael Keller, Eric Kim, Kyle Kirk, Kasey Kolberg, Josh Mazur, Isabelle Melchor, Kelly Merrill, Amber Moon, Luke Perrin, Emma Philbin, Susan Reed, Hannah Reutter, Sarah Scasny, Skylar Sheck, Simone Siew, Sabrina Siew, Ryan Sizemore, Will Stratton, Susie Szymanski, Anna Thill, John Verdegan, Rachel Wadkins, Al Wahlberg, Andie Wahlberg, Ian Walls, Anna Werkowski, Emma Werkowski and Mimi Wood.
Upcoming Latin events include the Hoosier Certamen Invitational at Guerin Catholic, Noblesville, on Jan. 29; Indiana Latin Week, Feb. 2-8; Indiana Certamen Invitational at Indiana State University, Feb. 15; the state convention at Indiana University, March 14-15; and the national convention at Emory University in Atlanta, July 28-Aug. 2.