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Jun
07
Jun
07

Bikes and More Summer Camp for Youths Ages 9-14

BikeLife, the Center for Latino Progress, and BiCiCo bring you Bikes and More Summer Camp for Youths Ages 9-14! Click here to register. Use the arrow key button in bottom left corner to turn to page 2 to see brochure in Spanish. Use el botón de la flecha en la esquina inferior izquierda para pasar […]

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Jun
06

HPS Students Ages 14 and Up: Volunteer this Summer at Hartford Public Library

  For more information, please contact: Alexa Esposito, Boundless Librarian 860-695-7481 Boundless Library @ Rawson

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Jun
05

June is the National Internet Safety Month

From Tammy M. Sneed, Director, Office of Human Trafficking Services, Director, CT Human Antitrafficking Response Team (HART), Clinical & Community Consultation & Support Team, Department of Children and Families, State of Connecticut: “We know all children on the internet are at risk. Bad actors try to manipulate our children into sharing personal information and photos and even lure […]

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Jun
05
Jun
05

CT Bar Association Offers Summer Law Camp for HS Students

LAW Camp exposes high school students to the legal profession and gives them instruction on critical and analytical thinking to help them succeed in their educational and professional careers. The week-long camp includes court visits, panel discussions, advocacy training, and preparing for a mock court case. LAW Camp 2022 will be held virtually this year […]

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Jun
03

FCSSP Creates the Multilingual Corner for HPHS Freshmen

Our Family and Community Support Service Provider (FCSSP) from Hartford Public High School, Lissette Prospere wants to give a shout-out to Dr. Mirtha Aldave in their Freshman Academy for ending this year with huge success with her creation of The Multilingual Corner. “This is an initiative Dr. Aldave kicked off this year at HPHS. She has […]

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Jun
03

Superintendent Update – June 3, 2022

June 3, 2022 Dear Families, Thank you for your partnership. Please see below some important news and updates. <NEW> HPS Promotes Say Something Anonymous Reporting System Students in grades 6-12 have a new tool to make their communities safer. The Say Something Anonymous Reporting System (SSARS) is designed to help prevent shootings, bullying, self-harm and […]

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