Addison Hoefer is pictured at the National Invention Convention which was held at the Ford Museum in Michigan May 30. She, along with about 130 other Connecticut students, were chosen from a group of 1,200 young inventors who presented their inventions at the University of Connecticut the end of April.
Seventeen finalists, all 5th graders from Trumbull, participated in the National Invention Convention in Dearborn, Michigan from May 31-June 2. Pictured are, in the first row: Isabella Cabral, Riley Connolly, Charlotte Lewis, Emmett White, Maddie Wilkins, and Isabella DiMarino. Back row: Noah Scrofani, Teddy Eisenman, Taylor Berko, Erica Laurentino, Jocelyn VanStone, Juliana Hemond, and James Millman-Perlah. Missing from top photo … read more
Seventeen Trumbull fifth grade students were recognized by the Board of Education for their selection to attend the National Invention Convention in Dearborn, Michigan to present their inventions. These students were selected from more than 17,000 students from 296 schools that participated in the Connecticut Invention Convention Program. The National Invention Convention only selected 450 students from across United States … read more
Juliana Hemond, a 5th grader at Jane Ryan School, has been invited to the National Invention Convention in Michigan later this month. The picture was taken at the State Invention Convention. Juliana’s invention is called The Plant Stimulator 2018. It’s main function and purpose is to strengthen and support the roots of plants, allowing for optimal growth of taller and … read more