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February 3, 1995

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 3 - February 9, 1995 - 23 Kristen Seal photo LMS students make All.State Chorus Four Lewes Middle School students have been selected for All-State Chorm From left to right, eighth grader John Vas- salotti, eighth grader Tara McCredie, eighth grader Diana Fogg, and seventh grader Kevin Clark were selected, as well as other statewide s'mgers, as some of the best in their respec- tive ranges. All-State Chorus auditions were held in Dover on Saturday, Jan. 7 and the appreximately 175 students chosen statewide out of nearly 400 will be performing a special con- cert at 7:30 pan. on Saturday, April 8 in the Central Middle School auditorium in Dover. Del Tech announces Rehoboth PTO to kick off Computer Lab Fund Drive Feb. 8 The Rehoboth Elementary Schools Parent Teacher Organiza- tion is kicking off a Computer Lab Fund Drive at 7:30 p.m., Wednes- day, Feb. 8 in the Rehoboth Ele- mentary School auditorium. Camilla Conlon, PTO president, will explain the program and an- nounce a generous donation to the fund from a Rehoboth merchant. The public is encouraged to at- tend and lend its support to the PTO challenge of raising $50,000 to modernize the school's existing computer facility. "What do you do when the equipment in the computer lab is 12 years old, the students and teachers are frustrated by the out- dated equipment and you fear the children are stalled on the techno- logical superhighway?" Conlon asked, noting there's no money available from the district office to finance the needed upgrading. The PTO invites everyone to join in the effort to raise the funds to purchase new computers, moni- tors, printers and software for the students, so that they may acquire the skills that make them competi- tive and productive in today's world. "Our motto is 'The Kids Are Our Future. Let's Prepare Them,'" Conlon added. For more information, call 227-2571. Come Learn With Us!! 1995 WORKSHOPS FOR ALL AGES Feb. 22, 27, March 1, 6 - STUDIES IIIlATEGIES - Middle 8 HS Students March 18 - READING SO1 - Parents 8 Adults Who Work With Children March 20 - SAT PREPARATION WORKSHOP - 6 Weeks Verbal: Monday Nights - Math: Wednesday Nights SMALL CLASSES (8-8) CALL FOR DETAILS it REGIS11UtTION Tutoring - Remedial, Supportive, Enrichment - Educational 8 Psycho-Educational Testing All Subjects - Pre-K thru Adult FJlmlbml Smk00 I OF SOUl'HEIm DELAWARE 467 Highway One, I.ewas, 0E 19958 302-644-0375 Registration Fee Waived With This Ad fall dean's list students The Dean's List for the fall se- nifer A. Hudson, Tracy L. Hud- mester at the Delaware Tech son, Victoria A. Keenan, Raquel Southern Campus, Georgetown, V. Kelly, David L. Klein, Debo-  NO/ OS !  I has been announced by the office rah A. Lingo, Gail E. Marker, of the registrar and includes a Joyce C. May, Rita F. Meredith, number of eastern Sussex stu- Charles P. Mumford Jr., Ann M. dents. Students include: Murray, Milton A. Phillips, /",-- rAeSh2l'2FYu' ') i Rehoboth Beach- Edgar V. Ad- Robert L. Sapp ST., Holly R. Ages 2- 12 years kins III, Jennifer S. Bennett, Steele, Vernetta Y. Swann, Eliza-  Christine M. Brumbaugh, Cynthia beth M. Talley and Dana L.Wells. " P 1 me L. Clavette, Edward A. Mu- Lewes- Sherfi L. Appel, Robert rauskas, Karen H. Redden and E. Baggaley, Kara Baird, Dennis ' Before 5 After School "%J/vG Amy E. White; R. Barnes, Linda M. Beach, Milton - Rhonda E. Britting- Myles E. Brown, Kimberly D. ham, Dawn C. Dayton, Celine D. Eisele, Wallace E. Kopple, James T. Nicholson, Donna M. Pusy, Linda M. Rotach, Michael J. Ro- tach, Patrick L. Street, Lynette M. Tonnessen and Kathy M. Willey; Millsboro - Mary E. Anemone, Joanna R. Buck, Chester W. Bunting, William H. Cavanaugh, Robyn L. Cleveland, Dawn R. Davis, Tysonya C. Davis, Melanie B. Foster, Christina M. Fox, Nicholas E. Grez, Beth A. Halde- man, Susan E. Hammond, Anna M. Harris, Deborah K. Hill, Jen- Caldwell, Nancy K. Carpenter, Patricia A. Culb, Stacy M. Davis, Angela S. Deakyne, Melissa D. Dehn, Catherine A. Delp, Bruce K. Egolf, Patricia A. Friend, Toni R. Gurley, William D. Harron, Kathryn B. Heal, Steven C. Hobbs, Jerri N. Maccoy, Harry J. Marker Jr., Christopher Miller, Timothy J. Queen, Vincent J. Rasa, Denise M. Steinmann, Ber- nice L. Sturgis, Kim I. Thompson, Ronald A. Thompson, Ann L. Walls, Patricia A. Walls and Christina M. Williams. ,/ 6:30 am - 5:30 pm _... A____ (, k Monday thru Friday 4 4- 2 {5 / 0 Providing a  caring with a environment -" "'1, certified, well 4rained staff. ,ff' '5 WE EMPHASIZE IN: BUILDING A HIGH SELF-ESTEEM tK , ,') . ,00os,c . mTH . sc,eNCe . ARTS & CRAFTS (;I _.5 Prepare for your child s future education! LITTLE 00GF..LB DAY CARE & LEARNING CENTER I \\;'- ' LINDA WALLS, PROPRIETOR- 40 NASSAU COMMONS LEWES, DE Doctor of Education (Ed.D. in Educational Leadership The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity University. v, Administration and Policy 0 Complements the core leadership program with an administrative focus - Designed for educational administrators . Complete sequence in Southern Delaware every two years 0 Curriculum and Instruction Complements the core leadership program with specialties in curriculum and instruction 0 Designed for teachers and administrators in curriculum and instruction I- Expanded course offerings in Southern Delaware For more information, call: Dr. Primo Toccafondi at 302/855-1621 (So. Del.) Administration and Policy: Dr. Robert Hampel, 302/831-1165 Curriculum and Instruction: Dr. Carol Vukelich, 302/831-2184 The Ed.D. from U. olD. in Southern Delaware... A practical, pragmatic degree designed to improve ),our decision-making ability.