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2O School & Education TUESDAY, MARCH 10 - THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2009 Cape Gazette Shown tossing a penny to win a prize in the coin toss game is Keara Parsons, 2, a student at Bethel Preschool. ' STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS BETHEL PRESCHOOL HOLDS 8TH ANNUAL FUN FAIR BETHEL PRESCHOOL held its 8th Annual Fun Fair in the Bethel United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall Feb.28. The family fun event was a fundraiser for the preschool and helps to purchase enhancements for the school. Taking a popcorn break in be- tween the game playing are the Morrisseys (I-r) Joe, Kieran and Declan of Rehoboth Beach. Up in the beauty parlor on the auditorium stage, Myranda Beebe has her hair paint- Flying their airplane balloon hats in the hallway are twins Jake, left, and Josh Hunsicker of Lewes. ed in her favorite shade of pink. Sussex Tech recognizes s00aff members of month for February Sussex Technical High School has named electronics teachers Dennis Smith of Sea_ford and An- thony Carmen of Ellendale as staff members of the month for February. In making the announcement, Principal Curt Bunting com- mended the teachers for their co- operation in designing lesson plans for their students that in- corporated wiring the new class- rooms in the newly constructed wing of the school. "Not only did the electronics students receive a valuable les- son in hands-on experience of in- stalling and wiring SmartBoards and surround voice systems," said Bunting, "but Mr. Smith and Mr. Carmen's cooperation also saved the school district thou- sands of dollars in installation fees." Smith came to Sussex Tech in 2000 after 23 years of service with the U.S. Air Force, 18 of which were spent in computer technology. He earned a master of education degree from Wilm- ington College. Smith was the first band director at Sussex Tech and also is an advisor for Odyssey of the Mind. Carmen started teaching elec- tronics at Sussex Tech in 2006. He earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Delaware and was an audio engineer for eight years. He then earned a master's degree in technical edu- cation from Wilmington Univer- sity. He has also been an assistant lacrosse coach for the Ravens. SUSSEX TECH PRINCIPAL Curt Bunting congratulates electronics teachers Dennis Smith and Anthony Carmen for being named staff members of the month for February. Shown are (I-r) Smith, Bunting and Carmen.