In 1673 the Pootatuck Indians created a new settlement in Southbury and a new code of laws. In that document it was stated “learning might not be neglected to the children” settlers paid great attention to the education of youth and the founding of schools from the very first settlement of the town. It is believed that they were much more determined to provide education for their children than many other towns in the Colony or in New England.
Lab-Aids continues that tradition and will be at CSTA. Make sure to attend the Lab-Aids workshop - Drive a Nail from the NGSS Energy unit led by Jen Murphy of Stamford Public Schools.