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Cape Gazette SCHOOL & EDUCATION FRIDAY, MARCH 15- MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013 89 REHOBOTH ELEMENTARY HOLDS SPELLING BEE STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS REHOBOTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL held its school Spelling Bee Feb. 19. The top' spellers from every fourth- and fifth- grade homeroom class competed in the Spelling Bee to qualify for the Delaware Sate Spelling Bee with a chance to qualify for the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Shown is RES Assistant Principal Doris Person giving the next spelling word to the nine contestants. Shown is the winner of the RES Spelling Bee, fifth-grader Isaac Weathers- by, right. With him is the second-place winner fifth-grader Reilly Hutchison. Weathersby won the bee by spelling calendar correctly. .,=,j=r;"*'-)) mester at Clarkson University. visit www.dcad.edu. Dean's list students must achieve a minimum 3.25 grade-point av- Annie Plowman named Olivia McDonald named erage and also carry at least 14 to UD's dean's list credit hours, to dean's list at Towson Located in Potsdam, N.Y., Annie Plowman, a 2009 Cape Clarkson University launches Henlopen High School graduate leaders into the global economy, and current senior at Towson Olivia McDonald has been named to the University of Dela- -ware's dean's list for fall 2012. To meet eligibility requirements for HeJtzman, Maron the dean's list, a student must be enrolled full time and earn a GPA named to dean's lists of 3.33 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) The Delaware College of Art for the semester. McDonald is and Design has awarded Chelsea a 2010 graduate of Cape Henlo- Heitzman of Millsboro dean's list pen High School pursuing a BA honors for fall 2012. in environmental studies with To be eligible for the dean's a minor in geological sciences list a student must earn a GPA of and a concentration in environ- 3.7 to 3.89 in a semester, earn 12 meat, society and sustainability, or more credits in that semester She plans to specialize in coastal and earn a final grade of "B" or resource development and ag- higher in every course attempted riculture. Olivia is a Blue Hen that semester. Ambassador for the university DCAD also announces that and also is on the BHA Selec- Evan Maron of Lincoln has been tion Committee and BHA Social named to the dean's list with Committee. In her spare time she distinction for fall 2012. To be participates in P.R.O.U.D (Puppy eligible for the dean's list with Raisers of UD). In spring 2013, distinction, a student must earn Olivia will be pursuing a research a semester GPA of 3.9 or higher. project and publication with The Delaware College of Art faculty members of the College and Design is the result of a ofthe Earth, Ocean and Environ- unique collaboration between meat. Olivia is the daughter of Pratt Institute in New York and Todd and Pamela McDonald of the Corcoran College of Art * Harbeson. Design in Washington, D.C., two of the country's oldest and finest Spellman named to art schools. Upon receiving their Clarkson dean's list degree from DCAD, most graduates transfer to Pratt, the Wyatt ]. Spellman of Milton, Corcoran or other institutions a senior majoring in aeronauti- to complete a four-year degree, cal engineering and mechanical while others enter the workforce engineering, was named to the to pursue career opportunities in dean's list for the fall 2012 se- the arts. For more information, University, made the dean's list for the fall 2012 semester. Annie is a double major, studying mass communications with a jour- nalism track and English with a writing track. The dean's list award is a significant personal and professional achievement, recognizing the commitment and resolve required to achieve such a high level of academic Our Straight Smiles Look Great All Year Dr. Michael A. Poleck 1632 Savannah Rd., Suite 6 Lewes, DE success. (2) $2000 SCHOLARSHIPS from MILTON CENTURY CLUB are available to college-bound 12th grade girls with zip code 19968 (or were eligible to attend Mariner Middle School) See your school's Guidance Counselor Homeschooled? Email judyshandler@comcast.net : The number one middle students in grades 6 through .9 in the School grade 9 are now being The Sussex Academy 21777 Sussex Pines Road .Georgetown, DE 19947 302.856.3636 Applications are available on our website: www.sussexacademy.org