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46 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, March 13 - March 19, 1998 Lewes Middle students compete at Math and Science Olympiad Lewes Middle School students recently attended the Annual Math and Sci- ence Olympiad held in Georgetown at Del Tech on Feb. 28. The fourth-grade team, coached by Cindy Cunningham, placed in 11 events and won 18 medals. Two fifth-grade teams, coached by Karen Simkins and Melissa Stein, placed in 10 events and won 15 medals. Both Sue Hall and Sharon Vernon coached sixth-grade teams, which placed in seven events and won seven medals. Shown, above left, displaying their medals, is the fourth-grade team includ- ing back row (l-r) Cindy Cunningham; teacher; middle row, Kelsey Spence, Corey Schab and Billy Cunningham; front row Laura Olenderski, Laura Lay- ton and Bo Pratt. Above, right, one of the sixth-grade teams that attended the Annual Olympiad includes back row (l-r) Kevin Thompson, Sue Hall, teacher;, middle row, Andrew Lee, Lindsey Keffer and Gina D'Amieo; front row, Tim Storck and Casey Layton. Below, left, the other sixth-grade team includes back row (l-r) Sharon Ver- non; teacher;, middle row, Brian Snead, Victoria Sukar, Danielle Ladzinski and Paul Paradee; front row, Parker Powell (missing from photo is Erica Ayl- bert). Below, right, winning 15 medals were the two fifth-grade teams, includ- ing back row (l-r) Steven Parseghian, A.J. Benson and Karen Simkins, teacher;, middle row, Dustin Stroup, Matthew Stein, Andrew Windsor, Ashley Holton, Courtney Lorah, Bonnie Chandler and Ricky Berl; front row, Taylor Reemsynder, Lindsey Roth and Katie Hazzard. (Missing from photo is Coach Melissa Stein). RES students join in math competition. Rehoboth Elementary School's fourth-grade math whizzes, right, were invited to participate in the Delaware Elementary School Math League Invitational on March 7. They include Mary Matthes, coach; students Jalissa Bonville, Jessica Rogers, Joshua Wolfe, Catherine Driskill and Jessica Catts, along with teacher Shorel Clark, who said they many of the students enjoy math so much they are starting a math club af- ter school and all students are invited to join in. The students shown are the top five Rehoboth fourth-grade math league students. Angle Moon photo It's fiesta time at LMS Tyrone Woodyard, left, and Darlene Beckett sell candy dur- ing the Lewes Middle School Fiesta on March 5, a sixth-grade celebration of the Spanish language and culture. Students choose a Mexican or South American business to conduct during the "mercado" or market and learn about economics, selling foods, arts and crafts. They also conduct face paint- ing, fortunetelling and game playing and are encouraged to wear Hispanic garments. Students from Susan Hall's, Sharon Vernon's, Ron Kahn's, Judy Melson's, Maryellen Morris and Evelyn Travis' classes were involved, along with students Rehoboth Cooperative Preschool open house set Rehoboth Cooperative Pre- school will hold its annual open house from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 28. The school is located at 57 Sus- sex St. in Rehoboth Beach, and is currently taking applications for its 3- and 4-year-old programs. For more information call 227- 2242. (302) 226-5100 BRUCE W. CHILCOAT (800) 258-3131 Account Executive, Fax (302) 226-5200 Investments Certified Financial Planner Call for "The Roth IRA Conversion Guide" Now accepti , from the NLI.T. program, facilitated by Jane Ellan Gelde.