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Monday, May 15, 2017

05/15/2017

Registration for ECE Courses Closes on June 1


On-line registration continues until June 1st for courses offered by UConn's Early College Experience Program and taken at EOSHS.  Information about the registration process was made available on the May 1 blog post.   Contact your counselor for more information.

For the 2017-2018 school yearstudents will be responsible for applying and registering for their approved courses online; either at home or at school.  

Below is a checklist that students MUST follow as they complete the registration process;

Select Your Courses
  • Meet with your counselor to choose your ECE courses for 2017-18
  • Obtain all required consent to enroll in courses, including counselor and parent/guardian signatures.
  • Review your completed and signed Consent Form, including double-checking the course information with your counselor.
  • Make a copy of the form for your records.

    Apply to the UConn Early College Experience Program Online

Deadline to apply is June 1, 2017


  • Go to this link and review the online tutorial.  Once ready, hit "Apply Now".
  • Create your user ID and password and save in a secure location.
  • Complete the online application.
  • Upload your signed consent form with your application.  If you are unable to upload the form (you may scan it or take a picture of it before uploading it), contact the helpline at 1.855.382.8323.  Help is available from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday-Friday.
  • Monitor your email daily for a message from UConn confirming your application has been processed and you are ready to enroll.  You will be unable to enroll in your course(s) until your application is processed.  Please allow at least two weeks for your application to be processed during peak periods.  Apply early for quicker processing.


For Students Interested in Courses on UConn Campus

With construction of the 2017-18 master schedule near completion, it's time for EOS students interested in taking courses on the UConn campus for the fall semester to contact Doug Melody.  

For now, the most expeditious way to express interest is via email (dmelody@eosmith.org).  The class schedule is available on the UConn website and by clicking here.  Be sure to select Fall 2017 from the drop down menu and to select "Storrs" for the campus.  There is drop down menu for departments as well.  Courses are listed there along with meeting times.  Enrollment numbers are also available.  See below for eligibility criteria.

Eligible students (11th and 12th grade students with academic credentials - strong transcript and combined SAT scores of 1200+ in Critical Reading and Math) may request enrollment in no more than two classes per semester. Decisions on enrollment are made by the Early College Experience Office. EOS students enroll as part-timers. Typically, about 30 students enroll in courses there each semester. 

Final grades earned in courses there appear on both EOS transcripts and UConn transcripts. It should be noted that the grades earned in courses taken on campus are NOT factored into the EOS cumulative GPA.

Note that students successfully completing AD Calculus this year are automatically eligible for enrollment in UC MATH 2110 in the fall semester.  A section has already been designated for EOS students and the class will meet on Mondays and Wednesday from 6:30-8:30 pm.

PSAT 10 Information for Sophomores

PSAT 10 Score Reports are now available for sophomores who completed the assessment in April this year.  To access their scores, students will need the access codes they were provided on the day of the test.  These access codes are also available in the Guidance Office if students are unable to locate their codes.

Students need to click here to create a College Board account and get their full PSAT score report.  Students may also create a Khan Academy account by clicking here and link it to their College Board account to receive a free, personalized practice for the SAT.  Finally, the College Board provides a tool to learn more about careers and majors.  This tool is called MyRoad and is available by clicking here.  

For those who wish to learn more about this new PSAT (that is aligned with the new SAT that was recently introduced in March 2016), click on the following resources for more information;

Need Help with Financial Aid for Higher Education?


Students and parents/guardians seeking assistance with completing financial aid forms and/or fee waivers may want to contact Michelle Jones, an educational counselor who works for CONTAC (a private, non-profit educational opportunity center funded by the US. Department of Education).  Her office is located on the Willimantic campus of QVCC.  All contact information is listed below.

Michelle Jones
Educational Counselor
CONNTAC, Inc.- Educational Opportunity Center
Quinebaug Valley Community College
742 Upper Maple Street RM #C151
Danielson, CT 06239
(860) 932-4125
Willimantic Campus
729 Main Street
Willimantic, CT 06226 

New Student Loan Interest Rates Posted


The interest rate on new federal student loans will increase from 3.76 percent on undergraduate Direct loans issued for the 2016-17 award year to 4.45 percent for the 2017-18 award year, according to the results of Treasury Department's 10-year note auction held on Wednesday. The interest rates for new graduate Direct loans will increase from 5.31 percent for 2016-17 to 6 percent for 2017-18, and the interest rates for new parent and graduate PLUS loans will increase from 6.31 percent to 7 percent

Where Will Your Degree Take You?


You don't need to be reminded of the high cost of higher education in this day and age.  So much attention has been given to the relative value of a college degree and the specific majors that provide a return on one's investment.  With this thought in mind - that not all college majors are equal - an interactive tool has been constructed that examines 171 college majors.

This interactive tool was developed by the Hamilton Project and draws data from the American Community Service.  Click here to learn more about this and to access the interactive tool.

Colleges With Openings Still Available


The National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC) has published its annual list of colleges with openings still available at this late date.  In other words, these schools have not yet reached their enrollment figures established as benchmarks earlier in the school year.  NACAC makes this list available as a courtesy to its membership.  It may be noteworthy to consider the long-term health of at least some of these institutions as they face continuing declines in enrollment over the next decade due to a shrinking pool of high school graduates across the country.

Click here to find schools on the list.

Summer Opportunity to Earn PE Credit


The Health/Physical Education Department at EOSHS is offering students an opportunity to earn .25 credit (equivalent to one semester of PE) this summer.  This option is available o students who are looking to open space in their schedules during the school year that allows them to take more dual enrollment (ECE) courses.  There is no cost for enrollment in this course.

For more information, contact Mrs. Rowett ASAP at crowett@eosmith.org.

UConn Announces Explore Engineering Program


The University of CT has announced that it will once again offer "Explore Engineering", a five-day program offered in June on the UConn campus allows high school students several opportunities to explore the various fields available in engineering.  There are two sessions scheduled...6/18-6/22 and 6/25-6/29. The application deadline is June 1.

For more information, click here.



Monday, May 1, 2017

05/01/2017


College Board Announces Summer SAT Date


The College Board has announced that it will offer the SAT (Along with Subject Tests) on August 26th.  This will be the first time that the SAT will be offered outside of the regular school calendar year.  The registration deadline is in late July.

This test date may make sense, particularly if Saturdays will be occupied in September and October.

For more information, go to The College Board website.


UConn ECE Updates Transfer Credit Database


Below is a message from the UConn ECE Office regarding its updated transfer credit database:

"We’ve completed the update of the Credit Transfer Database, which mines the concurrent enrollment policies of 980 universities and colleges in the nation and predicts the likelihood of ECE credit transfer. The database can be accessed here

We have simplified the rating from 5 stars to 3 stars and have added a map. Just click the state you are interested in and the schools evaluated from that state will pop up! The database is a great resource for student (and parents) to explore the potential for their credit of transferring and to plan for the future. We always tell students to contact their new school directly for most accurate information but the database is a great starting point."

Guaranteed Admissions Program


The following comes from the UConn Admissions website - "The Guaranteed Admission Program (GAP) is an agreement between the Connecticut Community College System and the University of Connecticut, designed for students who enroll in a liberal arts transfer program at one of Connecticut's community colleges to transfer seamlessly to the University of Connecticut without needing to apply. Students who plan to continue their studies to earn a bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences; Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources; or Business are guaranteed admission to the University of Connecticut once the associate degree has been earned, appropriate courses have been completed, and minimum grades and requirements for the selected program have been achieved. Advisers from individual community colleges and UConn meet with GAP students throughout their community college careers, assisting in their eventual transition to the University. Students wishing to enroll in GAP must be matriculated in a liberal arts transfer program at a Connecticut community college."

Click here for more information about this attractive and affordable option.

President-to-President Scholarship Opportunity


Related to the (GAP) opportunity outlined above, merit-based scholarships are available to students who participate in the program.  These scholarships cover two years (four semesters) once students transfer from community college to UConn.  It should be emphasized that students must meet the prerequisites for their desired majors and have earned an associate degree in order to be eligible for this merit scholarship.  In addition, students must be nominated for the award by their GAP advisers and approved by their respective community college presidents.  Finally, students must be enrolled on a full-time basis at UConn in order to receive the award.

This is an opportunity worth pursuing if community college is the next place to enroll after graduating from high school.


Timeline for Registering in Courses on UConn Campus


Students interested in registering for courses on the UConn Campus for the fall semester should wait until the middle of May to contact Doug Melody. The 2017-18 master schedule for EOSHS should be constructed by then, so it will be easier to match courses on campus to courses offered at EOS.

Eligible students (11th and 12th grade students with academic credentials - strong transcript and combined SAT scores of 1200+ in Evidence-Based Reading & Writing and Math) may request enrollment in no more than two classes per semester. Decisions on enrollment are made by the Early College Experience Office. EOS students enroll as part-timers. Typically, about 30 students enroll in courses there each semester. 

Final grades earned in courses on campus appear on both EOS transcripts and UConn transcripts. It should be noted that the grades earned in courses taken on campus are NOT factored into the EOS cumulative GPA. 

AP Exam Schedule and Procedures


For those students planning to take AP exams, they are reminded that the balance for each exam is $73 and is payable on the day of the exam.  Click here to access the AP exam schedule.

College Board allows you to bring up to two approved calculators with the necessary capabilities if you are taking the AP Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, or Statistics Exams. Click here to find the calculator policy for each subject. AP Biology students may not use a scientific or graphing calculator.  They must use a four-function calculator. If students choose not to use a calculator for one of these exams, they will need to sign a Calculator Release Statement that provides assurance to The College Board that they will not use the absence of a calculator to challenge their score on the exam. AP Physics 1 students should bring a straight-edge/ruler in addition to a calculator.


Other reminders:


  • Bring #2 pencils (NOT mechanical pencils - The College Board does not provide assurance that a mechanical pencil will scan properly) and pens with black or dark blue ink. 
  • Students should report to the Guidance Office 40 minutes before the scheduled time for exams.
  • No cell phones or other electronic devices may be brought into the exam room, nor may students check these devices during the 10-minute break between sections of the exam.  The College Board reserves the right to cancel a student’s score for this type of violation.
  • Students may not bring food and drink into the exam room, though they may bring refreshments for during breaks.
  • There is NO ¼-point penalty for wrong answers on AP Exams.
  • The name and email on your registration answer sheet should match the name and email on your College Board account. 

UConn Early College Experience Goes Online


 The window for registration in ECE courses for 2017-18 is open.  Students will need to closely follow instructions in order to become eligible for college credits.

For the 2017-2018 school yearstudents will be responsible for applying and registering for their approved courses online; either at home or at school. 

To assist in the transition, ECE customer support hours will be extended during the registration cycle to help those who need assistance. 

Below is a checklist that students should follow as they complete the registration process;

Select Your Courses
  • Meet with your counselor to choose your ECE courses for 2017-18
  • Obtain all required consent to enroll in courses, including counselor and parent/guardian signatures.
  • Review your completed and signed Consent Form, including double-checking the course information with your counselor.
  • Make a copy of the form for your records.

    Apply to the UConn Early College Experience Program Online

Deadline to apply is June 1, 2017


  • Go to this link and review the online tutorial.  Once ready, hit "Apply Now".
  • Create your user ID and password and save in a secure location.
  • Complete the online application.
  • Upload your signed consent form with your application.  If you are unable to upload the form (you may scan it or take a picture of it before uploading it), contact the helpline at 1.855.382.8323.  Help is available from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday-Friday.
  • Monitor your email daily for a message from UConn confirming your application has been processed and you are ready to enroll.  You will be unable to enroll in your course(s) until your application is processed.  Please allow at least two weeks for your application to be processed during peak periods.  Apply early for quicker processing.

Enroll in Your Courses Online

Deadline to enroll in courses is June 30, 2017

  • Once your enrollment notification is received, follow the link to enroll in your course(s).
  • Select your high school and the approved course(s) listed on your consent form.  Follow the directions until submission is complete.

Contact the ECE helpline at 1.855.382.8323 if you need assistance.

ECE courses offered at EOSHS are listed below; 

AD Biology (UC BIOL 1107)
AD Biology (UC BIOL 1108)
AD English (UC ENGL 1010)
AD Latin 4 (UC CAMS 3102)
AD Latin 5 (UC CAMS 3102)
AD Principles of Microeconomics (UC ECON 1201)

AD Principles of Macroeconomics (UC ECON 1202)
AD French 5 (UC FREN 3250 and 3268)
AD World Civilizations (UC HIST 1300)
AD Modern European History (UC HIST 1400)
AD US History (UC HIST 1501 and 1502)
AD Biotechnology (PLSC 3230) 
AD Human Development & Family Studies (UC HDFS 1070) New
AD Latin America Studies (UC LAMS 1190)
Discrete Math (UC MATH 1030Q)
AD Calculus (UC MATH 1131Q and 1132Q)
AD Physics (UC PHYS 1201Q and 1202Q)
AD Physics with Calculus (UC PHYS 1401 and 1402) New
AD German 5 (UC GERM 3233 and 3255)
AD Spanish 5 (UC SPAN 3178 and 3179)
AP Statistics (UC STAT 1100Q)

Friday, April 14, 2017

04/15/2017

Important Information About MCC Courses


Students enrolled in College Career Pathways (CCP) courses, otherwise known as Manchester Community College (MCC) courses at EOSHS, have the option of withdrawing from a CCP course if they wish to exclude the course from their MCC transcripts.  Students MUST complete a withdrawal form, available in the EOS Guidance Office, if they intend to withdraw from the course.  The deadline for withdrawal is April 21st.

Note that withdrawal from a CCP course at this time of year only means that the final grade in the course will not appear on an MCC transcript.  This does NOT mean withdrawal from the course at EOSHS.  Although the final grade will not appear on an MCC transcript, it will appear on an EOSHS transcript.

Students who withdraw from a CCP course after April 21st but before the last day of school will receive a "W" (withdrawal) on their MCC transcripts.

Students who do not withdraw by the last day of classes at EOSHS will receive the grades assigned to them and these grades will appear on their MCC transcripts.  Transcripts are permanent records and cannot be altered.  MCC reports that a grade of "W" on a college transcript may negatively impact eligibility for financial aid.


Timeline for Registering in Courses on UConn Campus


Students interested in registering for courses on the UConn Campus for the fall semester should wait until early May to contact Doug Melody. The 2017-18 master schedule for EOSHS should be constructed by then, so it will be easier to match courses on campus to courses offered at EOS.

Eligible students (11th and 12th grade students with academic credentials - strong transcript and combined SAT scores of 1200+ in Evidence-Based Reading & Writing and Math) may request enrollment in no more than two classes per semester. Decisions on enrollment are made by the Early College Experience Office. EOS students enroll as part-timers. Typically, about 30 students enroll in courses there each semester. 

Final grades earned in courses on campus appear on both EOS transcripts and UConn transcripts. It should be noted that the grades earned in courses taken on campus are NOT factored into the EOS cumulative GPA. 

AP Exam Schedule and Procedures


For those students planning to take AP exams, they are reminded that the balance for each exam is $73 and is payable on the day of the exam.  Click here to access the AP exam schedule.

College Board allows you to bring up to two approved calculators with the necessary capabilities if you are taking the AP Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, or Statistics Exams. Click here to find the calculator policy for each subject. AP Biology students may not use a scientific or graphing calculator.  They must use a four-function calculator. If students choose not to use a calculator for one of these exams, they will need to sign a Calculator Release Statement that provides assurance to The College Board that they will not use the absence of a calculator to challenge their score on the exam. AP Physics 1 students should bring a straight-edge/ruler in addition to a calculator.


Other reminders:


  • Bring #2 pencils (NOT mechanical pencils - The College Board does not provide assurance that a mechanical pencil will scan properly) and pens with black or dark blue ink. 
  • Students should report to the Guidance Office 40 minutes before the scheduled time for exams.
  • No cell phones or other electronic devices may be brought into the exam room, nor may students check these devices during the 10-minute break between sections of the exam.  The College Board reserves the right to cancel a student’s score for this type of violation.
  • Students may not bring food and drink into the exam room, though they may bring refreshments for during breaks.
  • There is NO ¼-point penalty for wrong answers on AP Exams.
  • The name and email on your registration answer sheet should match the name and email on your College Board account. 

UConn Early College Experience Goes Online


 The window for registration in ECE courses for 2017-18 will open on April 24.  Students will need to closely follow instructions in order to become eligible for college credits.

For the 2017-2018 school yearstudents will be responsible for applying and registering for their approved courses online; either at home or at school. 

To assist in the transition, ECE customer support hours will be extended during the registration cycle to help those who need assistance. 

Below is a checklist that students should follow as they complete the registration process;

Select Your Courses
  • Meet with your counselor to choose your ECE courses for 2017-18
  • Obtain all required consent to enroll in courses, including counselor and parent/guardian signatures.
  • Review your completed and signed Consent Form, including double-checking the course information with your counselor.
  • Make a copy of the form for your records.

    Apply to the UConn Early College Experience Program Online

Deadline to apply is June 1, 2017


  • Go to this link and review the online tutorial.  Once ready, hit "Apply Now".
  • Create your user ID and password and save in a secure location.
  • Complete the online application.
  • Upload your signed consent form with your application.  If you are unable to upload the form (you may scan it or take a picture of it before uploading it), contact the helpline at 1.855.382.8323.  Help is available from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday-Friday.
  • Monitor your email daily for a message from UConn confirming your application has been processed and you are ready to enroll.  You will be unable to enroll in your course(s) until your application is processed.  Please allow at least two weeks for your application to be processed during peak periods.  Apply early for quicker processing.

Enroll in Your Courses Online

Deadline to enroll in courses is June 30, 2017

  • Once your enrollment notification is received, follow the link to enroll in your course(s).
  • Select your high school and the approved course(s) listed on your consent form.  Follow the directions until submission is complete.

Contact the ECE helpline at 1.855.382.8323 if you need assistance.

ECE courses offered at EOSHS are listed below; 

AD Biology (UC BIOL 1107)
AD Biology (UC BIOL 1108)
AD English (UC ENGL 1010)
AD Latin 4 (UC CAMS 3102)
AD Latin 5 (UC CAMS 3102)
AD Principles of Microeconomics (UC ECON 1201)

AD Principles of Macroeconomics (UC ECON 1202)
AD French 5 (UC FREN 3250 and 3268)
AD World Civilizations (UC HIST 1300)
AD Modern European History (UC HIST 1400)
AD US History (UC HIST 1501 and 1502)
AD Biotechnology (PLSC 3230) 
AD Human Development & Family Studies (UC HDFS 1070) New
AD Latin America Studies (UC LAMS 1190)
Discrete Math (UC MATH 1030Q)
AD Calculus (UC MATH 1131Q and 1132Q)
AD Physics (UC PHYS 1201Q and 1202Q)
AD Physics with Calculus (UC PHYS 1401 and 1402) New
AD German 5 (UC GERM 3233 and 3255)
AD Spanish 5 (UC SPAN 3178 and 3179)

AP Statistics (UC STAT 1100Q)

Saturday, April 1, 2017

04/01/2017

SAT Opportunity Offered on Wednesday, April 5

As announced previously in a variety of ways, the Connecticut State Board of Education and Governor Dan Malloy are allowing high schools to choose the SAT as an alternative option to the SBAC.  Like many high schools throughout the state, EOSHS has chosen the SAT option as the measure that will be used to assess current 11th graders with regard to college and career readiness.  This assessment opportunity will be offered on Wednesday, April 5th.

There will be three test sites for 11th graders - the back gym, the lecture hall, and the LMC.   Note that students have been assigned by alphabetical order to one of the three test sites.  Last names beginning with A-Loh should report to the back gym, Lom-Sha to the lecture hall, and She-Z to the LMC.

There are reasons to take the SAT even if students are uncertain about their postsecondary plans. Below are just a few:
  • Although community colleges are "open admissions schools" - meaning that virtually all students with a high school diploma are admitted - students still need to demonstrate readiness to succeed in college-level courses.  Thus, students are required to complete placement tests (called Accuplacer) and must achieve established benchmark scores in order to enroll in courses that will earn them college credits towards a degree.  Students who do not achieve the aforementioned benchmarks are scheduled into remedial courses.  Successful completion of these courses will then allow these students to enroll in college courses.  Understand this - these remedial courses cost both time and money.  Students can avoid the placement tests by earning a minimum score of 550 on the SAT Math portion and a 450 on the Evidence-Based Reading & Writing segment of the SAT.
  • More and more colleges and universities are becoming "test optional" schools, meaning that students applying to these schools are not required to submit SAT (or ACT) scores as a condition for acceptance.  Still, students (and parents/guardians) should know that, in most instances, these same schools will require SAT scores if students wish to secure merit scholarships and/or admission to special programs(i.e., honors programs).
  • Several certificate and licensing programs will use SAT scores in lieu of other required assessments for admission.
  • Students may "bank" their scores and use them at a later date when their plans become more crystallized.
There is much debate about the predictive validity of test scores on assessments like the SAT as they relate to success in higher education.  The College Board has made known its research on college and career readiness indicators.  Essentially, earning "average" scores on each subtest (Math and Evidence-Based Reading & Writing) translate into college readiness.  An " average" score is 500, and to earn this score requires students to correctly answer about half of the test questions.

Beyond a combined score of 1000, any discussion about increasingly higher test scores correlated with success in higher education - never mind success in the "real" world - becomes even more complex (and heated).

It makes sense for 11th grade students to take advantage of the opportunity available to them on Wednesday.

For more information about the newly re-designed SAT and what you need to know, click here.

EOS Offers Free PSAT to Sophomores

EOSHS will offer an opportunity for all sophomores to take the PSAT on Wednesday, April 5th and it will be free to students.  The test will be administered in the morning, beginning at 7:25 am and concluding at 11:45 am.

The primary purposes for administering this assessment in April are for students to gain both exposure to and experience with the test format and content.  With student feedback on performance coming in the form of detailed score reports, students will have valuable information in hand that will help them to identify strengths and weaknesses relative to the content and skills measured on the assessment.  And this will provide ample time for them to strengthen identified areas of weakness in preparation for the SAT that they will be encouraged to take in April of their junior year.

So, in effect, the PSAT on April 5th will serve as a "dress rehearsal" or "scrimmage game" that will provide feedback on where they are at that point in time relative to college and career readiness.

Room assignments will be posted next week.  For more information about this, students and parents/guardians are encouraged to contact their counselors.

National College Fair Dates

The National College Fair, a program offered by the National Association for College Admissions Counselors, is "on tour" and will be in Hartford on April 6/7, Springfield on April 3, and Providence on May 8 .  Several colleges from around the country will be represented at booths.  In addition, workshops will be offered on such topics as the admissions process and financial aid.  Students may register by clicking here.

MCC Offers Spring Open House


Manchester Community College (MCC) is offering prospective students an opportunity to attend an "Open House" from 4 pm to 6:30 pm on Tuesday, April 4.  Workshops will be held in Great Path Academy (part of MCC) on a variety of topics - including the admissions process, paying for college, and credit transfer.  

For more information, click here.  


Important Information About MCC Courses


Students enrolled in College Career Pathways (CCP) courses, otherwise known as Manchester Community College (MCC) courses at EOSHS, have the option of withdrawing from a CCP course if they wish to exclude the course from their MCC transcripts.  Students MUST complete a withdrawal form, available in the EOS Guidance Office, if they intend to withdraw from the course.  The deadline for withdrawal is April 21st.

Note that withdrawal from a CCP course at this time of year only means that the final grade in the course will not appear on an MCC transcript.  This does NOT mean withdrawal from the course at EOSHS.  Although the final grade will not appear on an MCC transcript, it will appear on an EOSHS transcript.

Students who withdraw from a CCP course after April 21st but before the last day of school will receive a "W" (withdrawal) on their MCC transcripts.

Students who do not withdraw by the last day of classes at EOSHS will receive the grades assigned to them and these grades will appear on their MCC transcripts.  Transcripts are permanent records and cannot be altered.  MCC reports that a grade of "W" on a college transcript may negatively impact eligibility for financial aid.


Military Service Academy Night


Students interested in learning about our nation's military academies (Air Force Academy, Coast Guard Academy, Naval Academy,  West Point Academy) may do so by attending the 2017 Military Service Academy Night on Wednesday, April 26 at 6 pm in the MG Maurice Rose Armed Forces Reserve Center on 375 Smith Street in Middletown, CT.  The CT Congressional Delegation is arranging this evening.

For more information about this evening, find contact information below.

Kathy Bass
Office of Senator Christopher Murphy
Colt Gateway Building
120 Huyshope Avenue, Suite 401
Hartford, CT 06106