In anticipation of the Office of Family & Community Partnerships Hopes & Dreams Parent event scheduled for Saturday, January 25, 2020, we want to hear from our students on what hopes and dreams mean to them. Four winners will be recognized at the Hopes & Dreams event. Prizes will be awarded to the winners.
Calling all youth in 8th-12th grade in the Greater Hartford region! Join us for a two day program (on 12/14 – 15) built to spark students creativity and build something that improves the lives of others! A hackathon is an event where individuals come together to code and “hack” a technical project. During SparkHartCT students […]
Hartford children grades K-5 and their parents or guardians are invited to “Family Code Night,” the delightful free event at which kids and their parents or guardians pair up to do their first hour of coding, together! It’s a fun self-paced introduction to computer programming — and no tech background or coding experience is required. Playing puzzles from Code.org, […]
On November 21, 2019, Renzulli Gifted & Talented Academy students, Dah, in 8th grade, and Adrianna, in 6th grade represented their school as it was recognized by Governor Ned Lamont, the Connecticut State Commissioner of Education, Dr. Miguel Cardona, and our State Librarian, Kendall Wiggin for excellence in reading. The students’ prolific reading habits elevated […]
In early 2019, HPS and Hartford Public Library (HPL) announced the Boundless partnership, an innovative collaboration that provides students at Rawson School access to their own library as well as additional learning resources in a community where libraries were becoming scarce. The Boundless Library at Rawson is open to students and teachers during the school […]
Student interns were the stars at Pathways Academy’s Internship Appreciation Showcase & Presentation, an annual event to highlight students who participate in internships as part of their education. On November 20, Pathways students, staff, faculty, community members and business partners gathered at Goodwin College to celebrate students who had interned at one of several local […]
Milner Middle School Students Help Cigna “Support Squad” Pack Nutritious Meals on Universal Children’s Day
Food insecurity in our community is one of the biggest barriers to academic achievement and student success. Cigna is committed to fighting hunger as part of its mission to improve health, well-being and peace of mind. In observance of Universal Children’s Day on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, a “support squad” of nearly 30 Cigna employees […]