Bulkeley High School Travel to University of Connecticut School of Law to Compete against Hartford Public High School’s Law and Government Academy in Intradistrict Moot Court Competition
Last month, students from a Contemporary Law course at Bulkeley High School traveled to the University of Connecticut School of Law to compete against students from Hartford Public High School’s Law and Government Academy in an intradistrict moot court competition. The competition was part of a partnership between Hartford Public Schools and UConn Law School […]
You may remember Jacob Leggette, the 9-year-old innovator at this year’s White House Science Fair who suggested that the President have a kid’s science advisor. Well, the President liked his idea and today the White House is asking students from across the country to advise us on the science and technology issues they think are […]
Join The Department of Families, Children, Youth and Recreation-Division for Youth for Beyond Adversity Community Conversation on Youth and Family Trauma
The Department of Families, Children, Youth and Recreation-Division for Youth is very excited to invite you to join us for our Beyond Adversity Community Conversation on youth and family trauma, which will be held on June 22, 2016 from 6:00pm–8:00pm at the Artists Collective. Please click here for printable flyer. This exciting conversation will kick […]
The organization Kids Who Tri Succeed is getting ready for the 2nd annual Kids Who Tri Succeed Triathlon in Farmington on June 18th.
Lenovo’s Karen Ondrick Visits students at Academy of Engineering and Green Technology; Check out our Scholars in Action!
Lenovo’s Karen Ondrick Visits students at Academy of Engineering and Green Technology; Check out our Scholars in Action! Senior Laura Webster shows Ms. Ondrick (second from right) her work. Academy of Engineering and Green Technology is 1 of 30 academies in the U.S. invited by the National Academy Foundation (NAF) to the Lenovo Scholar Network. […]
Pathways’ Students Present at Annual NAF Benefit Tiyah Thompson presenst the keynote speech. Pathways’ students presented at the 13th annual NAF Benefit on Wednesday, June 1st at the Mandarin Oriental in New York City. This wonderful event showcases accomplished student work and celebrates the many achievements of the NAF network. Four Pathways’ students were in […]
Fitzroy and Mildred Parkinson Memorial Scholarship Background The late Fitzroy N. Parkinson was one of the founding members of both the West Indian Social Club of Hartford, Inc. in 1950 and later in 1978, the West Indian Foundation, Inc. and served for many years as Treasurer for both organizations. He demonstrated a steadfast belief in […]