Last week, the Frisch School of Paramus sent a delegation to the annual Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education Tech High School Engineering Program Young Engineer’s Conference. There were 80 Frisch students with 36 team projects at the conference, held at the Hebrew Academy of Five Towns and Rockaway in Long Island. The Frisch students were among nearly 700 ninth- and 10th-graders who presented projects to fellow students as part of the program designed to solve real world problems based on electronic and biomedical concepts.

Shelley Goldman, an AT&T executive and the latest woman at ATT to cross the 100-patent benchmark, addressed the group.

Frisch students, wearing red T-shirts, presented innovations and observed the work of their fellow students.

Frisch students, wearing red T-shirts, presented innovations and observed the work of their fellow students.