In Our Schools

Jun
16

Hartford Residents: Register your 8th Grade Student for the 2019 Summer Bridge Program!

  Register now! ¡Regístrate ahora!   The Hartford Public Schools Summer Bridge Program is an opportunity for our Hartford-resident  8th graders to receive a weekly monetary allowance ($100 per week!)* while they prepare for high school over the summer — in a high school setting. Summer Bridge takes place July 8 – August 2 from […]

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Jun
12

Our Teacher of the Year Finalists are Great! Check out our Videos!

Our school principals describe what sets our 2019 Teacher of the Year Finalists apart.   To learn more about Mr. Moquete, click here and here. To learn more about Ms. Shaw, click here. To learn more about Ms. Difabio, click here.   Related stories: Hartford Public Schools Announces 2019 Teacher of the Year   HPS Selects […]

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Jun
11

Retiring STEM Director Grants Scholarships to Science Summer Camp

We are happy to announce that the following six (6) students, hailing from Parkville, Rawson, Wish, Milner and Betances STEM Magnet Schools, have been awarded the Inga Retirement Scholarship to attend the CT Science Center’s STEM Camp this summer. Dr. Sandra Inga, the Hartford Public Schools STEM Director is retiring on June 30 after many […]

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Jun
07

Journalism & Media Academy Students Create Musical Tribute to their Principal

Talented Journalism and Media Academy students, Kaku Darko, James Johnson, and Tim Gibson composed a song and created a music video, “The School Is Better with You in It, Mr. Neal” for their principal, Neal Sheldon, who is retiring this June. The students excel in multimedia production including music production and recording, video production and […]

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Jun
03

Hartford Student Internship Program Hosts Student Showcase

On May 30, 2019 at Capital Community College, the Hartford Student Internship Program (HSIP) of 2019 hosted their Spring Showcase where visitors experienced courage, creativity and collaboration all in one place! The Hartford Student Internship Program is a ‘cornerstone’ career and college development strategy to prepare Hartford youth, ages 16 to 19, for career pathways. […]

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Jun
03

Annie Fisher STEM Magnet School 3rd Grade Student Earns 2nd Place in National Invention Convention

Gauri Kumbar, a 3rd Grade Student in Ms. Stockman’s class at Annie-Fisher STEM Magnet School participated in the local/regional Invention Convention in Connecticut.   She won two awards at the Local/Regional Invention Convention, the CT Science and Engineering Fair Award and the Boehringer Ingelheim Life Science Award which qualified her to participate in the National Invention […]

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May
29

Hartford Public Schools Announces 2019 Teacher of the Year

Narciso Moquete (pictured above,) a 4th grade teacher at SAND School is the 2019 Hartford Public Schools Teacher of the Year.   Teacher of the Year Banquet at Marriot Celebrates the Excellence of Our Hartford Teachers.   The winner of the 2019 Teacher of the Year Award for Hartford Public Schools was announced Thursday evening, May […]

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May
28

Noah Webster Drumline Performs at Yard Goat’s Game

Twenty-two students from Noah Webster Micro-Society Magnet School performed the pre-game show at the Hartford Yard Goat’s game on Thursday, May 16th. The PTA assisted in organizing a Family Night at the Yard Goat’s and arranged a block of seats for Webster students and families. Both the performance and the family night were a huge […]

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