Renzulli Students Recognized with Governor’s Reading Challenge Award

Renzulli Students Recognized with Governor’s Reading Challenge Award

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 Renzulli to be one of the 2019 Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge’s Top-performing Schools.

 

Accompanied by acting Principal, Francie Sierra-Re (left) and Superintendent Leslie Torres-Rodriguez (front), Adrianna (center) read over 20 books and Dah (right) read over 90 books this summer!

2019 Top-performing Schools

Elementary Schools

Alcott Elementary School, Wolcott Public Schools
Booth Free School, Regional School District 12
Burnham School, Regional School District 12
Frisbie Elementary School, Wolcott Public Schools
Kent Center School, Regional School District 1
Lee H. Kellogg School, Regional School District 1
Sunnyside School, Shelton Public Schools
Wakelee Elementary School, Wolcott Public Schools
Washington Primary School, Regional School District 12

Middle Schools

Abraham Baldwin Middle School, Guilford Public Schools
Dr. Joseph S. Renzulli Gifted and Talented Academy, Hartford Public Schools
Ellington Middle School, Ellington Public Schools
Irving A. Robbins Middle School, Farmington Public Schools
Tyrrell Middle School, Wolcott Public Schools

High Schools

Norwich Technical High School, Connecticut Technical Education and Career System

Unique/Private Schools
Riverview School, Unified School District 2
St. Joseph School-Baltic, Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich

Congratulations, Renzulli!

For more information, visit https://portal.ct.gov/SDE/CTRead/Connecticut-Reads