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February 24, 2017

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The News Journal Middletown school’s project getting headed for space One of the most amazing feats humans have accomplished is going into space. But for a group of Everett Meredith Middle School students, sending bipeds to the moon was just the beginning. Come April, the seventh-graders will help break a new frontier … for fish. […]


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February 23, 2017

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Delaware News The News Journal Help us recognize Career and Technical Education Month Opinion by Victoria C. Gehrt superintendent of New Castle County Vocational-Technical School District It’s a Monday, and 672 seniors from the four New Castle County Vo-Tech High Schools – Delcastle, Hodgson, Howard, and St. Georges – are heading to work at offices, […]


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February 22, 2017

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Delaware News Coastal Point LB PTO holds Penny Wars to kick off sign fundraising Lord Baltimore Elementary School students were able to do something a little unorthodox last week, as students were able to duct tape Assistant Principal Matthew Keller to a wall. The students had participated in “Penny Wars” for two weeks to help […]


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February 21, 2017

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Delaware News Cape Gazette Cape middle schools paint for change Jazzie Lovett wasn’t sure what to do when her Mariner Middle teacher told her to come up with a visual design that shows respect and acceptance. It took the eighth-grader about a week, but in the end, she decided to paint a clock that shows […]


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February 17, 2017

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Delaware News The News Journal Black history panel held at Stanton Middle School More than 80 students will come together to celebrate the legacy, culture, and history of African-Americans during a Black History Month panel and breakfast at Stanton Middle School, 1800 Limestone Road, Wilmington, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Feb. 24. Serviam celebrates Black […]


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February 16, 2017

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Delaware News Delaware 105.9 IRSD residents are warming up to the idea of passing expense referendum Residents in the Indian River School District are beginning to warm up to the idea of passing the district’s current expense referendum. District officials made their case Wednesday evening at Lord Baltimore Elementary, as to why residents should vote for […]


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February 15, 2017

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Delaware News Cape Gazette Cape students shine at state DECA competition Cape students garnered many trophies Feb. 1 at the state competition for DECA, the international association of marketing students. Cape delegates included Nikita Patel, Anna Ives-Michener, MaHadaye LeCounte, Zachary Macfarland, Samantha Frederick, Anna Chojnowski, Saorla Hefferan and Casuandra Mrazeck.  Students had the opportunity to […]


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February 14, 2017

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Delaware News Delaware 105.9 Representative Charles Potter plans to introduce a school prayer bill in Dover “Before the end of session it’s going to take place,” said Representative Charles Potter promising to introduce legislation to bring prayer back to state schools. Prayer was removed from schools in the early-60’s, but Potter believes bringing it back […]


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February 13, 2017

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Delaware News Delaware State News Seeking a voice for students on Delaware school boards Letter to the Editor A representative democracy is based upon the idea that the people who are subjected to a government can be fairly represented in it by running for and holding an elected office. While this principle has been properly […]


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February 10, 2017

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Delaware News Delaware Public Media Eugene Young launches non-profit to empower communities with education, advocacy tools In addition to his role as advocacy director for the Delaware Center for Justice, former Wilmington mayoral candidate Eugene Young is throwing his energy into launching a new nonprofit called Network Delaware. The News Journal Colonial School District gears up […]


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