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Two Duffy Elementrary School students participate in Invention Convention

Storrs >> The Connecticut Invention Convention took place on Saturday, April 29 at Gampel Pavilion in Storrs, with two West Hartford elementary students taking part in the event. Bradan Gainey, third-grader at Duffy Elementary School and Madelyn O …
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Students bring ideas to life at Invention Convention

WEST CALDWELL TWP. – Second graders at the grades K-5 Wilson Elementary School showcased their ingenuity at the third annual Invention Convention, where students created gadgets and gear designed to do away with everyday problems on Thursday, April 20.
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Invention convention held in Norwich

John M. Moriarty third grader Amayah Lee Johnson talks to teacher Holly Gilletti as she sets up her display for “The Advance Picker-Upper” during the Norwich school’s Invention Convention on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. Students in the program worked and …
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Student stars of Danbury’s invention convention – NewsTimes – Danbury News Times


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Student stars of Danbury's invention convention – NewsTimes
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The 10 winners were among 100 students from Westside Middle School Academy who presented their inventions at the mid-March 13 “Invention Convention,” …
Invention Convention: Easton kids improve their world | Easton CourierEaston Courier
New London students participate in Invention Convention – WTNH.comWTNH Connecticut News (press release)

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Invention Convention: Easton kids improve their world

Keeping everyone else well when one family member is sick, relieving test stress, using solar energy to warm a heating mat under the driveway, finding items in an overstuffed purse, and an “unforgettable folder” to help kids who forget their homework.
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Willoughby-Eastlake School of Innovation students showcase ingenuity, creativity at Invention Convention

Some great ideas came in small packages at Invention Convention on March 3. About 75 sixth-graders and 12 fourth- and fifth-graders from Willoughby-Eastlake School of Innovation presented a new invention and competed at convention. Some students worked on …
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