Dressed in Roman costumes all day, students learn about aqueducts in their science class and focus on road building in history. Then students become active in making mosaics in art class and completing their math problems in Roman numerals on clay tablets. Chariot races are slated for P.E., and the students perform a readers’ theater detailing key events and controversy from Julius Caesar’s life and death. Additionally, students create their own odes, a form of poetry presented in the ancient Roman odeums. All activities are scheduled throughout the regular school day. As always, guests are welcomed to visit any of the classes.