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16 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2010 SCHOOL & EDUCATION  Qazette EXTENDED TO FEB. 29 STEVEN BI[LUPS PHOTOS RES RAISES FUNDS FOR HAITI STUDENTS AND STAFF at Rehoboth Elementary School raised funds for Haiti with its Hats for Haiti day, Thursday, Feb. 4. For a minimum donation of 50 cents, students and staff were able to wear a hat to school. Third-grade teacher Jill Silica- to and her daughter Maci came up with the idea after seeing the vast devastation in Haiti on television. Results from the fundraiser were not available at press time. Standing in back of their hat-wearing classmates in Silicato's classroom are (I-r) Shane Brittingham and Ceyra Middleton. In the second roware Alex Uoyclwood, Ja- cob Crenshaw, Matthew Prestipino, Cameron Hill, Adern Teckrnan, Derrek Leigh and Maci Silicato. In front are Biase DeAngelis, Darby Klopp, Luke Smailer, Jake Di- Iorio and Eva Cleary. Below, co-creator of the Hats for Haiti Fundraiser, Mad Silicato, shows the stick- er everyone put on their hats. r 1 -- reDruarv ts Champagne Month i[_ /j featuring Saint.Hilaire Champagne / J $5 glass/S20 bottle - Join us all month long for our brand new champagne menu! Mardi Gras we are celebrating Fat Tuesday, February 16 Join us for $4.50 Mooney's Ice Tea's & $2.50 Miller Utes DJ JY starts spinning the tunes at 9:30pro P00:ogram Continued flrom Imge 15 total students are employed full time, theprogram format allows for completion of course work in three years with an additional year for completion of the disser- tation project. Students attend classes just one evening a week. All courses are offered in a hy- brid format, meaning students spend 50 percent of their class time doing online activities and 50 percent of their time in a tra- ditional classroom setting. The program is currently seeking ap- plicants for the cohort starting in fall 2010. Applicants may be from a variety of different career fields and there are a limited number of openings available. To learn more or to submit an application, call 302-295-1124 or email michael .s.czarkowski@ 2009 Winners It's Time for Our Annual I CUTEST BABY CONTEST!. NG IN Your FAVORITE BABY PHOTO* \\; \\; ETCH JUDGES PICK ONE BOY & ONE GIRL TO V.N A $100 GIFT CERTIFICATE. ET your CUTEST BABy EARLY! THIS YEAR YOU WILL CHOOSE THE CUTEST BABY BY POPULAR VOTE AT $1 A VOTE I ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT BEAR HUGS FOR BABIES. THE MOST POPULAR BABY WILL ALSO RECEIVE A $100 GIFT CERTIFICATE. VOTE F, ARLY I VOTE OF1rl I All entrants receive a 20% off coupon *Babies should be 18 months or younger. Photos 5x7 or smaller. No email entries accepted. INFLUENZA MI CASA,