We are excited to report that Katlyn Campbell, Nate Savino, Katie Jarka, Paige Gnazzo, and Amaria Yancey won 1st place in the eesmarts contest in the 9-11th grade division. The eesmarts competition is a K-12 and college student competition across Connecticut that is meant to enhance the skills in science, writing and technology. The group collaborated on a plan to improve light energy efficiency in our building. There were over 1100 entries for this contest. The students were honored today at the Capitol, and have earned a $1500 grant to continue their efforts in energy conservation. Congratulations to the team! For pictures, please check out our website.