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Nadia Pearce (10) - - 203-275-3304
Jackie Gardner (9) - - 203-275-3336

Michael Watson, Ed.D

Principal, Zoological Research
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Assistant Principal : Beth Furnari
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Assistant Principal : Dave Henry
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Secretary : Elizabeth Bray
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Fax : 203-337-0127

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Our Mission:

To promote the discovery and learning at all levels of biological organization (molecular, cellular, organismal, population, community, and ecosystem). Our integrative focus reflects the importance of strong disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches in research and teaching. We strive for excellence and synergy in our coordinated programs of teaching, research, and service. Recognizing the essential roles of science and biology in the lives of citizens today and tomorrow, we emphasize biological literacy in our teaching and outreach programs.
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Ms. Veillette is on her way to the NSTA conference to present on Concept Mapping. Way to go!

Concept Maps as Tools for Differentiation and Evaluating Student Growth
Thursday, March 15 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center, International Ballroom D
Concept mapping is meta-cognitive modeling activity designed to make science accessible to all students. We will evaluate differentiated student work for change in understanding over time. Presenter(s): Keli Veillette (The Interdistrict Science Magnet Schools at Fairchild Wheeler Campus: Bridgeport, CT), Cindy Kern (Quinnipiac University: Hamden, CT)
FORMAT: Hands-On Workshop
GRADE LEVEL: 6 - 12, College
SUBJECT: General Science Education

BioTechnology Science Fair Winners

BIO Ninth Grade
First Place - Mansi Kabre
Second Place - Valentina Sanabria, Lizbeth Francisco
Third Place - Pola Luna Indyk
Honorable Mention : Margo Stoverchy, Gianna Dellamarggio

BIO Tenth Grade
First Place -Jake Martin, Megan Minifie, Greta Baryshevtsev
Second Place - Vanessa Ruiz, Ariel Le
Third Place - Troy Barbieto, Manuel Nunez
Fourth Place - Alan Tran
Julia Walton, Sophia Walton

BIO Eleventh Grade
First Place - Emma Turchuk, Fidel Gomez
Second Place - Erin Mcmurray, Alex Aquino
Third Place - Valerie Navas
Fourth Place - Musau Kalala, Citlali Tomas

BIO Twelfth Graders
First Place - Olivia Wallon
Second Place : Myla Acevedo,Diasha Gillan Third Place - Mariam Dobosz
Third Place - Gabriella Barg, Leigha Guadalupe
Honorable Mention - Dennesse Serrata, Alexia Bell
Honorable Mention - Corrina Isaac, Cathy Craig

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Don't Drink the Water!

Mr. Bouffard's classes examine local pond water ecology using their new digital microscopes and look what they found!
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Biotechnology Research and Zoological Science

Science for research in partnership with Beardsley Zoo and local universities on the study of amphibians, for example, will be a focus. Curriculum will be designed to heighten an awareness of the environment and to stimulate a passion to develop solutions for environmental preservation. Use of the school's natural settings will enhance laboratory and classroom instruction.

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Gabriela De Paula received the Service Above Self Award from the Bridgeport Rotary Club

Ms. Reaes received the Service Above Self Award from the Bridgeport Rotary Club

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Baby Thrives Once 3-D-Printed Windpipe Helps Him Breathe. Click here to read the story.