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Spring 2019 Science Achievements
Updated on 05/15/2019
Congratulations to the following science students. Connecticut Science Olympiad: 2nd place Anatomy - Lexi Esparza and Kendall Schenck 4th place Anatomy - Sarah Johnson and Paul Isaac 2nd place Codebusters - Leonard Schweitzer, Daniel Zhou, and Mathew Chandy 3rd place Herpetology - Jonas Goemans and Bridget Curry Yale Science Olympiad Invitational: 3rd place Water Quality - Jonas Goemans and Bridget Curry Northeast Regional Science Bowl: 2nd place 3D printing - Daniela Johnson, Laila Almotwaly, and Alissa Recchia 6th place Science Bowl - Michael Lin, Paul Isaac, Alex Chandy, Leonard Schweitzer, Aham Lee 10th place Science Bowl - Jiwang Lee, Mathew Chandy, Mateu Healey-Parera, Jonas Goemans, Brian Hu Connecticut/Rhode Island Ocean Bowl: 4th place Ocean Bowl - Bridget Curry, Sarah Johnson, Mateu Healey-Parera, Brian Hu, and Leonard Schweitzer 1st place Team Challenge - Bridget Curry, Sarah Johnson, Mateu Healey-Parera, Brian Hu, and Leonard Schweitzer USA Biology Olympiad: Semifinalist - Paul Isaac Connecticut Science Fair: Alternative/renewable energy award finalist and recipient of 3 special awards for "Designing an Efficient Roof-Mounted Wind Turbine System" - Mathew Chandy JSHS: Poster presenter for "Effect of Heat Stress on DNA Methylation in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii" - Paul Isaac 
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UCONN Today- features the STAAR Program
Updated on 04/29/2019
In today's UCONN Today, the STAAR Program is featured. S.T.A.A.R. is a transitional program for students ages 18 to 21 that is designed to help young adults living with developmental disabilities continue their learning, develop vocational and independent living skills, and enhance their social relationships in a college-based setting. 
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CAS Award
Updated on 04/22/2019
Cooper Clark and Josie Redding High School were two of 286 top Connecticut seniors who excel in the arts that were honored at the Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS) High School Outstanding Arts Awards Banquet held on April 2nd at the Aqua Turf in Southington.  

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