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March 7, 1997

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CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, March 7 March 13, 1997 - 37 SCHOOL & EDUCATION Cape High students fare well at annual Sussex Science Fair Cape Henlopen High School students came away from the 1997 Sussex County Science Fair with numerous prizes. Above (l-r) are win- ners Alicia HoHenbech, who along with Shelly Beauchamp, took a first prize; Kelly Palekar, second; Richard Kroon, honorable mention; Jackie Warrington, second; and Bradley Travis, second. At right are Department of Natural Resources and Envi- ronmental Control first and second runners up James McIlvaine and Christopher Goering, respectively, for team projects. Cape Henlopen High School students brought home prizes in the 1997 Sussex County Science Fair,. held at Delaware Tech Owens Campus in Georgetown, Feb. 28-March 1. Cape High juniors Shelly Beauchamp and Alicia Hollen- bech took a first place in "E" Team Projects Grades 9-12, with "Effects of a nurturing environ- ment", winning $150, while juniors Kelly Palekar, Jackie War- rington and Bradley Travis came in second in the same category with "The salt factor: Can plants grow in salt water", receiving $100. In the "B" Individual Grades 8 & 9 category, Bryan Ruddy, a Angle Moon photos Cape freshman, took a third place with "Warm reactions" and won $50, followed by Andrew Best and Patrick Massey, also fresh- men, who took honorable men- tions and $25 each for "Greasy fries" and "Tetristress" respective- ly. Cape junior Dawn Cintavey won a third place in the "C" Indi- vidual Grades 10-12, and $50 for "Which wood you use?", while two Cape sophomores, Richard Kroon and Christina Abramowicz, took honorable mentions and $25 in that category for "Corn and soil pH" and "Are Chilean Rose Tarantulas better fed by meal worms or crickets?" The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control awarded 1997 savings bonds to students for their team projects, including Cape's James Mcllvaine, first runner up with a $50 bond, and Christopher Goer- ing, second runner up with $50 bond, in the Environmental Sci- ences category from the Division of Soil and Water Conservation. Begun in 1993 with 33 student projects, the fair doubled in size the following year, with 12 pro- jects selected to compete in the Delaware Valley Science Fair, eight of which won prizes. In 1995, 36 students went on to com- pete in the Delaware Valley Sci- ence Fair and in 1996, 228 pro- jects were entered with eight going on to win prizes in the regional fair. This year, 177 indi- vidual projects and 36 team pro- jects competed, with a total of 253 students and 54 judges involved. SAT improvement course set for Cape High A Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Improvement Course is scheduled at Cape Henlopen High School beginning Tuesday April 15 at the school located on Kings Highway in Lewes. Classes which will prepare students for the May 3 SAT I, will meet from 6:15 to 8:45 p.m. on six evenings and will conclude on Thursday, May 1. The course features complete math and verbal content review, instruction in the Test of Stan- dard written English, test-taking strategies and techniques, and practice on actual SATs. Classes are small in order to provide individualized attention by trained teachers. No tapes are used. Tuition is $99 for Cape students, and $125 for others. All books and materials are provided. Registration is NOW! For more information and a complete schedule of classes, interested students and parents may contact Kathy Barto of the Cape Henlopen guidance department at 645-7898. Cape District students share in CHILD'S PLAY spotlight Chicago-based CHILD'S PLAY, a professional traveling the- atre group for young audiences which performs stories and poems written by children, came to Delaware earlier this week to perform students' works in all three counties, cour- tesy of Children and Families First. Shelby Dentino (left), a fifth grade student at Milton Middle School, was the only stu- dent in the Cape District whose work, "The Day My Sister Turned Into a Monster,  was chosen for a performance. Honorable mentions in the Cape District were earned by Lewes Middle School seventh grader Sara Sockriter for "The Biggest House"; ELO. Brittingham Elementary second grader Brittany O'Neal for "The Girl That Was Afraid to Go to School; Milton Middle fifth graders Nicole Stevens and Amy Paczowski, for uI Wish I Was President" and "This House Car- ries the Whole Story of America n respectively, and Rehoboth Elementary third grader Kevin Bartley for "One Fine UFO." Above, James Meredith and Tamara Walker of CHILD's PLAY touring company perform one of the original works at Delaware Tech in Georgetown. for the week of March 10-14 includes: Shields, Rehoboth, ILO. Brittingham and Sussex Consortium Monday, March 10 - Hot dog on roll, meatball sub or sandwich choice; potato wedges, green beans, applesauce, juice, milk. Tuesday, March U - Cheeseburger, egg roll or sandwich choice; stir fry veggie, peas and carrots, pineapple chunks, juice, milk. Wednesday, March 12 - Breakfast at noon with sausage patty and French toast sticks or sandwich choice; hash browns, peach crisps, juice, milk. Thursday, March 13 - Beef and cheese taco, chicken parmesan with spaghetti or sandwich choice; corn, lettuce and tomato, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Friday, March 14 - Toasted cheese sandwich, Tony's pizza or sand- wich choice; tomato soup, fruity cobbler, fresh fruit, fruit juice, milk. Lewes Middle, Milton Middle Monday, March 10 - Hot dog on roll, meatball sub or sandwich/sub choice; sauerkraut, peas, applesauce, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Tuesday, March 11 - Cheesesteak on bun or sandwich/sub choice; fresh fruit, fruit juice; milk. Wednesday, March 12 - Breakfast at noon with sausage patty and French toast sticks, ravioli or sandwich/sub choice; hash browrts, apple slices, juice, milk. Thursday, March 13 - Chicken fajita, egg roll or sandwich/sub choice; broccoli, pineapple, fruit juice, milk. Friday, March 14 - Tony's pizza or sandwich/sub choice; fruit crisp, fruit juice, milk.