Teaching and Learning

Mar
13

Capital Prep Students Participate in “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?” Video Competition

Friday kicked off in a good way at HORST Engineering’s Cedar Street plant site in East Hartford. Three seniors from Capital Preparatory Magnet School showed up with their GoPro and iPhones to shoot some video. They are participants in the 2019 “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing” Video Competition. Team HORST welcomed the students by putting on a big time show of manufacturing […]

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Mar
12

Hartford Public Schools to Recognize Students with CT Seal of Biliteracy

Hartford Public School recognizes bilingualism and biliteracy as an important asset for students to compete in a multicultural and multilingual global society.   Hartford Public Schools is proud to offer the Connecticut Seal of Biliteracy to our Hartford students for the 2018-2019 School Year.  The Seal of Biliteracy recognizes students who have studied and attained […]

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Mar
12

Kinsella’s Production of “The Tempest” Sweeps the CT Drama Awards

We are very pleased to report that the R.J. Kinsella Magnet School of Performing Arts Drama Squad’s production of The Tempest rocked the Connecticut Drama Association awards this year;  they came away with multiple awards for acting and technical excellence. For this year’s CDA entry, the Kinsella Drama Squad chose to do an adaptation of William […]

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Mar
12

HMTCA Students Advocate for Computer Science Curriculum

Students from Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy spoke at the Connecticut Education Committee’s March 6, 2019 Meeting and Public Hearing advocating for Computer Programming education in our schools. SB957 is an act concerning the inclusion of Computer Science Instruction in the Public School curriculum. At the link below you can forward to the following times […]

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Mar
12

Charter Oak Cultural Center Offers Summer Programs

Charter Oak Cultural Center is pleased to announce their summer programs available this year to students of various ages. For children in middle and high school, ages 10 to 18, we have a free Funky Dawgz Jazz Camp from July 15th to July 26th, 9AM to 12:30PM. Children spend 2 weeks learning jazz music from the Funky Dawgz brass […]

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12

Hartford Public High School Students Propose “The December Sixth Project” and Bill

Students Deserve Credit for Their Incredible Work:  My name is Bobby Abate. I was born and raised in the city of Hartford and it has been an honor and privilege to teach at Hartford Public High School for the past 34 years. Every once in a while, a group of students show up who are […]

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Mar
12

Breakthrough Magnet School South Wins Legacy Foundation Prize

The Culture Club at Breakthrough Magnet School South created a Black History Month decoration of “African American Achievers” which won SECOND place in The Legacy Foundation of Hartford’s school contest!! The Legacy Foundation is thrilled with the students’ efforts and design in representing Black History Month at Breakthrough Magnet School South with their vibrant orange statement piece. […]

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