4/29/2016 - CHS students win 1st Place in eesmarts competition
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.