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    Magistra Weiskopf in Rome.  

     
    Latin didn't die. It evolved like a Pokemon. Rattata becomes Raticate, and Latin became French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and Romanian!
     
    Although my mother told me that I would enjoy Latin, I took Spanish through high school.  It was not until college that I fell under the spell of things classical.  My undergraduate degree is from Bard College, and my graduate degree is from Rutgers University.  I have several years experience teaching in public and private schools.  I have also worked as an editor on Capitol Hill. 
     
     I love to spend time with my daughter, reading, drinking tea, eating dark chocolate, and talking about all the ancient world. I enjoy taking students on field trips to Latin competitions and museum scavenger hunts. I am an active member of the Latin teacher community - I serve as the Chair of the National Mythology Exam.
     
     
    I am at River Bend on A days; I am at Seneca Ridge on B days. 
     
     
     Students can find class information on Classcraft (classcraft.com) and in our Google Classroom. Grades may be accessed via https://portal.lcps.org
     
    The best way to contact me is via e-mail:

     

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Last Modified on September 13, 2017