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,q Cape Gazette TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 - THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2013 27 SHIELDS ELEMENTARY ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF SPELLING BEE TOP 10 Register for Feb, 26 Sussex County information session Delaware is launching a new Successful applicants will re- community-based initiative, ceive up to three years of sup- Delaware Readiness Teams, port (up to $1,000 for each team made up of school and com- in the first year) to establish munity leaders, early childhood their readiness teams, complete providers and families, to build a community-based needs as- partnerships that assure its sessment and prioritize action young children, lbirth to age 8, steps to directly address the have the critical resources and needs of families, schools, and supports to enter kindergarten early care and education pro- ready to learn and achieve early grams. school success. In addition, readiness teams Studies show 90 percent of will receive technical assistance, brain development occurs be- resources and professional de- fore the age of 5, with 700 neural velopment to support their com- connections created every sec- munity's unique needs. As many ond. Early experiences count: as 20 readiness teams will be se- Positive experiences enhance lected to participate in the first lifelong positive outcOmes, year's implementation phase, beginning in late April. To help potential team mem- bers find out more about apply- ing, in-person informational ses- sions are being held across the state in January and February. The Sussex County session will be held from 2 to 4 p.m., Tues- day, Feb. 26, at the Georgetown State Service Center in George- town. Register by contacting Aman- da Walker at the Delaware Early Childhood Center at 302-398- 8945, Ext. 103. More information, electronic applications and letters of inter- est can also be obtained from Sherlynn Aurelio at the Dela- ware Early Childhood Center, saurelio@lf.kl2.de.us or at decc. delaware.gov under Delaware Readiness Teams. SUBMITTEDPHOTO " SHIELDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL students competed in the school spell- ing bee Jan. 8 with top honors going to Andre Currie. The remaining top 10 spellers were in descending order Maddie BeRs, Ryleigh Elliott, Anna Stan- cofski, Kathryn Marini, Nayalis Navarro, Pedro Powell, Abbey Derrickson, Camp Steiner and Caden Schell. Pictured in the back row are (I-r) Caden, Andre, Camp, Nayalis and Pedro. tn front are Anna, Ryleigh, Maddie, Kath- eryn and Abbey. DEL TECH STUDENTS COMPLETE PER- SONAL TRAINER CERTIFICATE COURSE SUBMITTED PHOTO SHOWN AT THEIR HOLIDAY VISIT to Harbor Healthcare are Cape cadets (back, I-r) Josh Steiner, Josh Betts, Teague Elliott, Colby Garbutt, Jack Ragone, Sylvester LoveR, Austin Kitchen (obscured), Joe Torres, Nick Swiderski, Eric Miller, and Alex Dominick. In front are Kristina Grasch, Tori Handlin, Lexi Atsidis, Katelyn Schneider, Breanna Batter, Allie Mueller, Zach Mueller and Austin Hughes. Not pictured are cadets Carlissa Friend, Dean Hysock and Olivia Baratto. Cape visit H rbor Health- & Rehabilitation facility in Lewes 25 students deliv- er cards, dispense holiday cheer This year, as in previous ye s, the Cadets of the Cape Henlopen High School JROTC conducted a visitation to the Harbor Health- care Rehabilitation Clinic in Lewes on Christmas day. Twen- ty-five Cape Henlopen Army IROTC cadets visited with all of the health care residents and staff to deliver Christmas cards and dispense some holiday cheer to the residents. They were joined in their visit by Lewes residents visit were: Cadets Colby Garbutt, Bob and Lis Haggett represent- Kristina Grasch, Tori Handlin, ing the Holiday Project of the Lexi Atsidis, Katelyn Schneider, National Capitol Area and Janet Breanna Batter, Allie Mueller, and Jeff Cordiano of Volunteer- Zach Mueller, Austin Hughes, Match. Carlissa Friend, Dean Hysock, According to Cadet Major Syl- Olivia Baratto, Josh Steiner, Josh vester Lovett, cadet coordinator, Betts, Teague Elliott, lack Ra- "The holiday season can be both gone; Sylvester LoveR, Austin the happiest and the loneliest of Kitchen, Joe Torres, Nick Swid- times especially for our fellow erski, Eric Miller, and Alex Dom- citizens who are away from their inick. family, and by doing this proj- For information about the ect we are bringing, some joy to National Holiday Project, go to those who are most in need of www.holidayproject.org. For joy on Christmas day. information about Volunteer- The Cape Henlopen JROTC Match, go to www.volunteer- Cadets who participated in the match.org. SUBMITTED PHOTO THE CORPORATE AhlD COMMUNITY PROGRAMS division of Delaware Tech Owens recently announced its first graduates from the new Personal Train- er Certificate Course. The company that provides the instruction and training is World Instructor Training Schools based in Virginia Beach, Va. They are the only major certifying body in the country providing comprehensive practical training and internship components. The instructor is Deanna Fahrman, who holds a master's degree in applied health physiology and a bachelor's degree in exercise science, both from Salis- bury University. She has been teaching the personal trainer course for WITS sin~ 2009. Shown are (I-r) Daniel Beebe of Milton, Rosanne Melson of Bridgeville, Jessica Wright of Frederica, Micah Reese of Frankford and Shaun Foresman of Lewes. Not pictured is Derek Heath of Dagsboro. Delaware Tech offers academic, technical, and continuing education, and cor- porat~ and community training comprising more than 100 associate degree, di- ploma and certificate programs. Go to www.dtcc.edu to learn more.