NHPS students receive awards at the Annual Connecticut Invention Convention

Congratulations to the 17 New Haven Public School students who attended the annual Connecticut Invention Convention at the University of Connecticut, Saturday, May 2. Students at many schools worked throughout the year, competed at the school level, and competed with over 950 students from around the state.

  • Daniel Majkot Grade 7 at ESUMS received both a Recognized Inventor award, as well as a CT Science and Engineering Fair Sponsor Award for the Invention “Super Sorter”
  • Miranda Dorais Grade 4 at Ross Woodward received both a Recognized Inventor award, as well as a Pitney Bowes Foundation Innovation Award
  • Four other students also received Recognized Inventor awards, Veronica Palma for invention “The Weather Sweater”, and Zaelys Torres for invention “Cream Brush”, both from Ross Woodward, Rachna Vipparia from ESUMS for invention “Ouchless Band”, and Kaylee Bachus from MASH for invention “Backpack Massager"

Competing were:

  • Students from Quinnipiac Real World STEM School, Grade 3: Danielle Grant, Brad Molina, Cody Patten, Luciano Torcasio
  • Students from Mauro-Sheridan Science, Technology and Communications School: Grade 4 Kaylee Bacchus, Dahlia Brelsford, Martin Duff, Alexa Elias Grade 3
  • Students from Engineering, Science and University Magnet School: Grade 7 Daniel Majkot, Rachna Vipparia
  • Students from Ross-Woodward Classical Studies School:  Grade 4 Veronica Palma, Jonathan Sagardia, Zaelys Torres, Jailyn Gonzalez, Kirializ Marcano, Janicelle Santiago, Miranda Dorais

Pictures Below:

  1. MauroSheridan student Kaylee Bacchus shows off her CT Invention Convention project “Backpack Massager”,
  2. MauroSheriden student Martin Duff, shows off his CT Invention Convention project “Shoe Cleaner”
  3. RossWoodward student Veronica Palma shows off her CT Invention Convention project “ The Weather Sweater”
  4. 17 New Haven students among the 950 students at the May 2 Connecticut Invention Convention

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