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In the Spotlight
Special People and Events 
{Colonial Robin in the Spotlight}
Carolina to Connecticut - Pitt County North Carolina Middle School Students write song and create website to support Connecticut after the Sandy Hook tragedy.
Connecticut Teen Writes a Cookbook that Helps You Study for the S.A.T. Tests - Connecticut teen author Charis Freiman-Mendel has written a new cookbook that can help you cook great food and prepare for the S.A.T. tests - Cook Your Way Through the S.A.T..
Walk It Bike It Connecticut - Teachers, a year-long promotional campaign for the federal Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program. The objective of the campaign is to promote a healthy lifestyle by motivating children to walk and bike to school, including those with disabilities. The program is sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Information and registration forms.

Trout in the Classroom - Teachers, how would you like an aquarium full of trout fry in your classroom for your students to feed, care for and learn about? Read about this great program from Trout Unlimited!
There is a new statue of the Connecticut State Heroine, Prudence Crandall in the State Capitol. Read about the statue and the story behind it!
Name the Turtle. Where is this turtle? Help ConneCT Kids give the turtle a name.
{Small Turtle Statue}
"Coping in an Uncertain World" - Students Thoughts on Safety, Conflicts, and Homeland Security
In the SpotlightThe Bat Lady - Feature Story
Guest Kid's Pages - Students' Connecticut Projects. Information
Events - Special events at schools, museums or other Connecticut non-profit organizations just for kids.

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