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I CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997- 33 I SCHOOL a E00UCATION Trish Vernon photos Students in the third through sixth grade at Rehoboth Elementary School recently raised money for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital through a mathathon, with students setting eived math goals and obtaixfing sponsors from the community. All students participating re certificates, with those collecting $35 or more receiving a T-shirt and 6 Flags theme par] while those collecting $75 or more also received a sports bag. Top collector was Townsend, a third grader in Waynne Paskins' class, with $200. He also received a dual c4 recorder. Among the top winners are (standing l-r) Julia Schranck, Ashleigh Martz, Kulp, Dona Waiters, Brock Shaffer and Sara Hudson with teachers Shorel Clark (left), fourth grade class brought in over $1,000, and Lori Roe, sixth grade teacher and matl coordinator;, (front roW) Brent Beaver, Roxanne Marcinizyn, Jason Hastings, Tyler Tow Colin Herbster, Panda Hopkins and Ashley Marshall. Rehoboth Elementary Mathathon pass, Tyler ussette Jenna whoso tathon nmend, raises funds for St. Jude's Hospital Children in grades thN:e, four, dents' participation in the pro- pital is the leading center for the five and six at Rehoboth Elemen- tary raised over $2,300 to support the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in their fight against can- cer by staging a "Math Marathon." The students set math goals, obtained sponsors throughout the community, and during the month of December completed over 200 math problems and puzzles in a fun booklet provided by St. Jude's. The Marathon was the brain- child of Lewes Mayor George H.P. Smith, one-time math coordi- nator of the sixth grade at Rehoboth Elementary i When Smith retired from teaching, Lori Roe acquired this position and continued to coordinate the stu- gram. This year marked the first time the Marathon was opened to students in grades three, four and five. Shorel Clark's fourth grade class collected over $1,000 of the total raised. Each student who par- ticipated received a certificate of recognition and many students won prizes such as free passes to Six Flags Theme Park, sports bags, and Marathon tee shirts. The student raising the most money was third grader Tyler Townsend. For his efforts, Tyler received all the prizes listed above in addition to a dual cassette recorder. Cancer is the leading disease killer of American children, and St. Jude Children's Research Hos- conquest of these killers. ! Approximately 5,000 are i seen at St. Jude Hospital each year. St. Jude Hospital also studies other catastrophic childhood dseases such as sickle cell anemia, tha- lassemia, and pediatric AIDS. Research findings are ;hared world wide. / Countless other children are treated in their own towns with treatments developed at St. Jude Hospital, thus benefiting from the international outreach of St. Jude research. St. Jude Hospital is non-sectari- an, treating children without regard to race, religion or creed. St. Jude Hospital is supported pri- marily by public contributions. Cape School District menus Lewes Mt. Holyoke student tours with choir SHARP and will perform six concerts: two per- formances will be joint concerts with local chamber choirs, two will be held at secondary schools and one will be part of a service in a historic Baroque church in Prague. While in Munich, Katherine will stay with a German family, a homestay arranged by the choir of the Musikschule Eching. Highlights of the trip will include visiting Mozart's houses Katherine Hawley Sharp of Lewes, a junior at Mount Holyoke College, is on tour this January as a member of the Mount Holyoke Col- lege Glee Club. Leaving Boston on Jan. 11, she and approximately 45 other Mount Holyoke students will fly to Frankfurt for a 13-night tour of Germany, Austria and Czech Republic. Katherine is thel daughter of Jonathan Gwyneth Sharp of Lewes I While on tour, the GMe Club and performance spaces in Salzburg and Prague, touring the old Jewish quarter of Prague, the reconstructed city of Dresden, the Dachau concentration camp memorial and the former East: zone in Berlin, and taking fa sight- seeing trip to the Meisseporce- lain museum workshop n Ger-. 1 many. I Motmt Holyoke Cl(eg% locat- ed in the heart of New England, is a preeminent liberal arts college for women founded in 1837, the oldest continuing institution of higher education for womn in the United States. / Cape High announces n00d-term exam schedule The Cape Henlopen High School has issued the mid-term exam schedule which begins Tuesday, Jan. 21. Students are to report to first period on half-day for attendance and announcements and will be dismissed via the inter- com to their exams. Students will not be excused for late arrivals or early dismissals without a note. Students may not leave for an ear- ly dismissal and be re-admitted to school that same day. For students missing any exams, a doctor's note excusing the student will be required. It is mandatory to have an exam in all classes. If students are scheduled for three exams on Tuesday, Jan. 21, theymay request to reschedule one exam. The request must be submitted in writing to Dr. Burrows by Friday, Jan. 17. Students are requiied to remain in assigned classrooms for the entire exam period. Exam days missed because of weather will be on the next available day in the order presented below. Students need to take home those materials necessary to study for the next day's exams. Students without an exam in periods one and two must report to school no later than 11:01 a.m. on Tuegday, Jan. 21. The exam schedule is as fol- lows: Tuesday, Jan. 21: Period 1 Exam: 7:52-9:22 a.m. Period 2 Exam: 9:27-10:57 a.m. Period 4 Lunch/SH: 11:01-11:31 a.m. Peri- od 5/6: Class 11:35-f2:05 OR Period4/5 Class: 11:01-11:31 a.m. Period 6: Lunch/SH 11:35-12:05: Period 7 Lunch/SH: 12:09-12:39 p.m. Period 8/9 Class: 12:43-1:13 p.m. OR Period 7/8 Class: 12:09- 12:39 p.m. Period 9 Lunch/SH; 12:43-1:13 p.m. Period I1 Exam: 1:17-2:53 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22 - Half day; Period 1:8:05-8:15 a.m. Period 3 Exam: 8:20-9:50 a.m. Period 4/5 5/6 Exam: 9:55-11:25 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 23 Half day Period 1:8:05-8:15 a.m. Period 7/8, 8/9 Exam: 8:20-9:50 a.m. Period 10 Exam: 9:55-11:25 a.m. The marking period ends Thurs- day, Jan. 23 and report cards will be distributed Thursday, Jan. 30. Area students on Dean's List at Washington College Lewes residents Joan E. Tylecki and Theresa A. DeSimone, both sophomores at Washington College in Chestertown, Md., have been named to the Dean's List. They are among 251 students who were recognized for academic achievement at the school. Students must achieve a grade point average of 3.4 or better to qualify for the Dean's List. Tylecki is the daughter of Nancy Stenger-Joseph of Lewes and Greg Tylecki of Lewes. DeSimone is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. DeSimone of Lewes. The Cape Henlopen School District Menu for the week of Jan. 20-24 includes: Shields, Rehoboth, H.O. Brittingham and Sussex Consortium Monday, Jan. 20 - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday - no school. Tuesday, Jan. 21 - Cheeseburger or egg roll; steamed rice, peas, pineapple chunks, juice, milk. Wednesday, Jan. 22 - Breakfast at noon with sausage pattie and french toast sticks; hash browns, diced peaches, fruit, milk. Thursday, Jan. 23 - Taco with meat filling or chicken patty on bun; lettuce, tomato and cheese cup, corn, diced pears, juice, milk. Friday, Jan. 24 Toasted cheese sandwich or pizza; tomato soup, green beans, chilled fruit cup, juice, milk. Lewes Middle, Milton Middle Monday, Jan. 20 - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday - no school. Tuesday, Jan. 21 - Cheeseburger on bun, pizza or sandwich/sub choice; pasta salad, fruit choice, fruit juice; milk. Wednesday, Jan. 22 - Breakfast at noon with sausage pattie and french toast sticks or ravioli with bread or sandwich/sub choice; hash browns, apple slices, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Thursday, Jan. 23 - Taco with meat filing, burritos or sandwich/sub choice; lettuce, tomato and cheese cup, corn, spanish rice, canned fruit, juice, milk. Friday, Jan. 24 - Toasted cheese sandwich, pizza or sandwich/sub choice; tomato soup, fruity cobbler, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Cape Henlopen High School No menus available