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Cape Gazette SCHOOL & EDUCATION . FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 - MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2013 79 CHIM CHIM CHER-EE AT H,O.B. SUBMITTED PHOTOS H.O. BRITTINGHAM ELEMENTARY students show:ased their talents Dec. 6 during a production of "Mary Poppins." More than 70 students in grades two to five sang, danced and performed for their peer during a day show and another show at night. Pictured in the top row are (I-r) Berenice Gomez, Morgan King, Jalynn Hope, Blanca Paredes. Jennifer Herrera, Jackeline Olivas- Marin, Jocelyn Flores-Estrada, Monica Diaz-Reyes, Sharai FIores and Emily Pearson. In the bottom row are Joshua Martinez- Baltazar, Austin Carey, Maurice Sheppard, Nathan Sivels, Isaiah Fillyau and Emmanuel Tull. Second- and third-graders perform "Let's go fly a kite." Pictured are (I-r) Rocio Puac-Escalante, April Fitzgerald, Fernando Payano, Dane Reyes, Daniel Saez and John Thomas. New certificate training programs offered at Delaware Tech Owens The Corporate and Commu- nity Programs division of Delaware Technical Communi- ty College's Owens Campus is offering several different certifi- cate training programs in early 2013. A certificate is awarded af- ter successful completion of the program. For more information, or to register, call Corporate and Community Programs at 302- 854-6966. Programs being offered this winter and early spring include the following: Entrepreneurship Work- shops - Starting Your Own Busi- ness Jan. 10-24, Business Plan Development for Entrepreneurs Feb. 2-21, Legal Issues in Busi- ness Feb. 28-March 14 and Mar- keting Your Start-Up Business May 2q6. All classes are at the Owens Campus from 6 to 10 p.m. The cost is $49 for each class. Electronic Health Records Specialist - Classes are held from Feb. 5-April 28, from 6 to 9 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays. The cost is $3,749. Supervisory Workshops - Time Management Feb. 7, Cre- ative Problem Solving Feb. 14, Writing Guide for Supervisors Feb. 21, Recruitment and Hiring Feb. 28, Emotional Intelligence March 7, Planning Goals and Objectives March 14, Effective est and Instagram. There are a Meetings March 21, Conflict total of 14 classes in the series, Resolution March 28, Leader- offered 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays and ship for Managers April 4 and Wednesdays beginning March Motivating People April 11. All 4. The cost is $29 per workshop classes are at the Owens Cam- or $355 for the entire series. pus from 6 to 9 p.m. The cost is Spanish for Healthcare Pro- $49 for each class, fessionals - Classes begin March Social Media Series for Busi- 6 and are held 6 to 9 p.m. ness- Workshops include Face- Wednesday nights until May 8. book, Twitter, Linkedln, Pinter- The cost is $245. SHIELDS ELEMENTARY STUDENTS WIN GEOGRAPHY AWARDS MILTON FIFTH-GRADERS GET THE LOWDOWN ON EXTREME WEATHER SUBMITTED PHOTOS MILTON ELEMENTARY fifth-graders learned about tornadoes, storm clouds and severe weather during a visit by WBOC meteoro og st Dan Satterf e d Pictured are (I-r) Sydney Zych, Ta'Shon Willis, Satterfield, Alex Nguyen and Chris Gonzalez. WBOC meteorologisf-Dan Satterfield speaks to students at Milton Elemen- tary School. Sussex Tech Adult Division seeks instructors Sussex Tech Adult Education Division is currently recruiting for a number of part-time ad- junct faculty positions in its Adult Division. These positions pay a highly competitive wage and typically work about six hours per week in the evenings. Sussex Tech Adult Division is looking for candidates to teach the following areas: medical as- sistant - clinical, pharmacy tech- nician and James H. Groves Adult High School instructor (should have adult education certification and/or high school certification in a particular sub- ject area or special education.) Candidates must have a mini- mum of a high school diploma plus have a current license and/or credential in the area they wish to teach. Prior work experience and teaching experi- ence is preferred. Applicants may express inter- est by forwarding a resume through the Sussex Tech Adult Division at www.SussexTech- Training.net. Click on the Con- tact Us link to be led to the Em- ployment Inquiry Form. Fill out the information and submit. A Sussex Tech staff member will follow up after materials are re- ceived and reviewed. , .- SUBMITTED PHOTO SHIELDS ELEMENTARY fifth-graders ;elebrated Geography Awareness Week by participating in a poster contest sponsored by the Social Studies Coalition of Delaware. Each student created a poster about interdependence. Shields students took four state awards, each winning a globe, aad the top three winners were awarded Kids Ketch gift certificates. Pictured are (I-0 Luke Jotinson, third place; Jackson Handlin, first place; Autumn Davis, second place; and Cara Thomas, honorable mention. Let the Magic of Orthodontics  begin for you this New Year! We with you a Happy & Healthy 2013! Sussex Orthodontics Dr. Michael A. Poleck 1632 Savannah Rd., - Suite 6 Lewes, DE =