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June 20th Newsletter

Dear Parents:

Have you had a chance to view the 2014 Summer Programs Directory. The Directory has a listing of summer camp, counselor-in-training (CIT) and tutorial programs, a summary of HPS’ Early Start and other summer programs as well as a description of City of Hartford summer programs.

Currently, many of the summer programs provided by community-based organizations are still accepting applications. Please take advantage of some of these programs such as: Camp Courant, horseback riding at Ebony Horsewomen, Hartford Stage Summer Studio and much more!

Parents can obtain an electronic version of the directory by visiting our website at http://www.hartfordschools.org/summer-resources. The directory is also available in Spanish.




Congresswoman Elizabeth H. Esty
CONNECTICUT’S 5TH DISTRICT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 19, 2014

Contact: Laura Maloney, 860-223-8412

 Rep. Elizabeth Esty Announces Congressional “Design Your Own App” Contest Winners
Esty cofounded the Congressional STEM Competition

 

Rep. Elizabeth Esty with Congressional STEM Competition winners. (Pictured left-right) Andrew Hill, Brookfield High School math teacher and team advisor; James Steel, Brookfield; Michael Abbondondolo, Brookfield; Zachary Mangold, Brookfield; Eliot Serrano, Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy; Kristopher Marques, Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy; Jim Veseskis, Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy Technology Coordinator and team advisor; Joey Bechard, New Britain; and Jeff Bechard, Joey’s father.

NEW BRITAIN, CT – Today, Monday, May 19, Rep. Elizabeth Esty (CT-5) announced the winners for the first annual Congressional STEM Competition, a nationwide congressional academic competition where high school students compete by programing an app for mobile, tablet, or computer devices.

 Rep. Esty partnered with Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC) to host a reception for the winners. Rep. Esty, along with a panel of judges, selected the three winning entries. The first place winners’ YouTube video explaining their app will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol and on the U.S. House of Representatives website.

 This year’s winners are:

 First Place: Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy team for their app, “Emergency Messenger.” Team members included Sean McCarthy (New Britain), Kristopher Marques (West Hartford), and Eliot Serrano (East Hartford). Jim Veseskis, Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy Technology Coordinator, was the team’s advisor. Their app keeps teachers informed when there is a school emergency, providing them with important information and updates. View their YouTube video here.

Second Place: Joseph (“Joey”) Bechard from New Britain High School for his app, “Bus Tracker.” Joey is a member of the CT Pre-Engineering Program in New Britain. Bus Tracker helps students know exactly where their bus is without using an external GPS. View his YouTube video here.

Third Place: Brookfield High School team for their app, “BHS MApps.” Team members included Michael Abbondondolo, Zachary Mangold, James Steel, and Ari Elfenbein. Andrew Hill, Brookfield High School math teacher, was the team’s advisor. BHS MApps is an app to help freshman get adjusted to Brookfield High School. It provides users with the school map and features like a homework planner and SAT prep Question of the Day. View their YouTube video here.

 The judges for the competition included:

·         Dr. Peter Angelastro, NVCC STEM Academic Division Director
·         Joe Pereira, Stanley Black & Decker Healthcare CIO
·         Felix Cowey, Starbase Deputy Director
·         Bruce Dixon, CT Pre-Engineering Program CEO
·         Tom Maloney, CT Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) Director of Technology, Research, and  
          Applications

Esty is a cofounder of the Congressional STEM Competition. The competition was open to all high school students who live in or are eligible to attend public schools located in the 5th District. Teams must have at least one 5th District resident. Students (individually or in teams of up to 4) entered the competition by submitting a YouTube video explaining their app.

Laura Maloney
Communications Director
Rep. Elizabeth Esty (CT-5)
114 W. Main St., Suite 206
New Britain, CT 06051
860-223-8412 (w) | 617-365-1922 (c)
www.esty.house.gov

READER SUBMITTED: Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy Student Takes Prize At IOL's BrainDance Awards

From left to right: Morris D. Bell, Ph.D., Yale School of Medicine; Godfrey Pearlson, MD, director of the Olin Research Center, Institute of Living; Alexis Nasse, Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy High School and Nancy Hubbard, director of Outpatient and Rehabilitative Services, Institute of Living.(Carol Vassar / May 2, 2014)

Carol Vassar, Hartford HealthCare Behavioral Health NetworkHartford

7:10 p.m. EDT, May 2, 2014

Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy student Alexis Nasse has been awarded first place in the art category in the Institute of Living's (IOL's) BrainDance awards competition, which encourages high school students to gain knowledge about psychiatric diseases and develop a more tolerant and realistic perspective toward people with severe psychiatric problems. The competition also aims to promote students' interest in careers in mental health care.

Her art project "No More" garnered first place among those entered in the art category. Overall, 175 students and teachers submitted academic, art and mixed media projects in the eleventh annual competition.