Contact Information

AITE
411 High Ridge Road
Stamford, CT 06905
(203)977-4336 phone
(203)977-6638 fax  
   

Important Information!

Attention Students and Parents

To keep abreast of the upcoming changes to the PSAT and SAT please sign up for updates from College Board at the following website:

deliveringopportunity.org

Principal's Message

The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards judges recognized Bridget Smith, class of 2015, as a Distinguished Finalist for her impressive community service activities. Bridget will receive an engraved bronze medallion. Congratulations to Bridget. Here is the reason why Bridget won her award:

Bridget Smith, 18, of Stamford, Conn., a member of the Girl Scouts of Connecticut in Hartford and a senior at the Academy of Information Technology & Engineering, developed a hands-on, interactive exhibit to teach children about emergency preparedness and has displayed her exhibit at the Stepping Stones Children’s Museum and at a local firehouse, exposing her message to 500 people. Bridget, who was motivated to create this project after Hurricane Sandy, built four different stations for her exhibit, with topics such as personal preparedness kits, family preparedness kits, family meeting places and online resources.

The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards represents the United States’ largest youth recognition program based solely on volunteer service. All public and private middle level and high schools in the country, as well as all Girl Scout councils, county 4-H organizations, American Red Cross chapters, YMCAs and HandsOn Network affiliates, were eligible to select a student or member for a local Prudential Spirit of Community Award. These Local Honorees were then reviewed by an independent judging panel, which selected State Honorees and Distinguished Finalists based on criteria including personal initiative, effort, impact and personal growth.


Site Manager

 New awards and Accolades! Congratulations
Emilly Hernandez and The Shadows of the Southern Connecticut Synchronized Skating team accepted their bronze medal at the Olympic Oval Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y. The team was one of 29 Open Juvenile teams that compete in the Eastern Synchronized Sectional Championships this year. Two other members are Stamford School district students.

Alumni Notes: Nice to see all the students returning to
say hello and talk about their college success!
Notes:Remember to delete your "deleted" emails to unclutter your inbox, even if you forward your emails, as a copy is saved.


Daily Announcements

Juneteenth African Heritage Knowledge Bowl a Fairfield County High School Competition will be held on Saturday, February 28 at 3:00 PM at Fairchild Wheeler Multi-Magnet High School 840 Old Town Road, Bridgeport, CT in the Infinity Theatre. This event is open to the public. For information ca.. 203-581-1480 or 203-994-249.
Knowledge Bowl 2015 2.jpg
AITE has established a chapter of the Mayor's Youth Leadership Council (MYLC), a youth activism organization, whose mission is to promote safe schools and communities with an emphasis on developing strategies that advocate for causes that matter to youth. AITE students chose mental health as our area of focus. 
These students attended 12 hours of training, which focused on activism and leadership. Regular meetings will be held to design and plan activities in school and in the community. Congratulations to all involved in this process!

Requests for support/questions directly from parents, should be documented on the Parent Portal HelpDesk

The district has developed a support system for parents who need help with PowerSchool.  When the access codes were mailed to parents, this information was included in the communication.  These include:

·         A Parent Portal HelpDesk  (http://64.251.53.237/ParentPortal/Tickets/New)

·         A Parent Portal webpage of information

·         Trained parent facilitators and TPDLs to assist parents with questions via in-person, phone, email and the Parent Portal HelpDesk

o    AITE’s parent facilitator is Brenda Renovales (can help with Naviance too)

o    AITE’s TPDLs are Chris Hillenmeyer and Sean Peterson




The 2015 AITE Yearbook is now on sale for the early bird price of $45. This special price will expire on January 19th so take advantage while you can. You can purchase it online by clicking on the URL or download the order form and send it to the attention of Mr. Peterson, Yearbook Adviser. All checks should be made payable to AITE Yearbook. A $2 service fee will be added to all online orders. Use IE or Firefox.

https://yearbookforever.com/#yearbook/packages


2015 yearbook order form.pdf

Upcoming Events

Monday, March 2
A Day
Tuesday, March 3
B Day
Wednesday, March 4
A Day
Faculty Mtg. in Cyber Cafe
2:10 PM - 3:10 PM
Thursday, March 5
B Day
Friday, March 6
A Day

AITE Mission Statement

The mission of the Academy of Information Technology & Engineering is to provide our students with a multitude of learning experiences to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the challenges of the emerging global community through a dynamic, technology rich, college preparatory, small school environment.

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