Here are a few important things we wanted to share with you which didn't make our regular newsletter!
CSTA New England Regional Conference is this Saturday!
Need some great PD this coming weekend?  The CSTA New England Regional Conference is this Saturday the 26th at Boston University from 8AM - 4:30 PM!
For more information visit the Conference website
Chapter Secretary Christopher Kerr will be giving a repeat performance of his May chapter presentation on creating an equitable secondary level classroom using Student Teacher Assistants from 1:50pm - 2:10pm
Our Next Appy Hour
Five Churches Brewing in New Britian!
Tuesday October 29th 5pm - 7pm
Come join us as we talk shop, drink beverages, and enjoy freshly made brick oven pizzas!  This is a great time to meet other members and talk outside the structure of our regular meetings.  We can't wait to see you! 
First 5 members get their first drink on us!
For more information check out our event page!
Chapter elections are upon us!
Chapter Librarian Brad Kjell recently sent out the ballot for voting for our 2019-2020 officers.  Please take a moment to cast your vote!
Chapter Secretary Position is open for you!
Would you like to take a greater part in the Computer Science initiative in the State of Connecticut?  We Secretary position is open and available!  
  • But I live far away!  No worries, the Secretary position can work most of the time via e-mail!
  • But I'm not good with numbers!  No worries, computers are GREAT with numbers!
  • View the job description here!
Interested in being our fiscal favorite?  Contact Brad Kjell!
Trying to start your Computer Science Honor Society?
Here are some starting resources from Chapter secretary Christopher Kerr.  He's put together a variety of documents for you to copy and rebrand:
For more information visit the CSTA website.
Remember, your Connecticut Computer Science Teacher's association loves you!  Come see us all at our next chapter meeting November 11th!