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I R8 46 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, March 28- April 3, 1997 Rehc,l00oth Elementary students take honors at Math and Science Olympiad ! .... !ii!::::i ...... ,.  ....... am [HUtwoah photo Rehoboth Elementary School students participated in the Elementary Math and Science Olympiad on Saturday, March 15. Held at Delaware Technical and Commuulty College's Dover Campus, the event is onsored by the American Chemical Society. The competition featured47 teams of students from throughout the state. Delaware was the first state to begl n the elementary oompetitions, which requires students to solve problems using their math and seisnee skills. nown above are fourth grade team members, (back row, l-r) Brock Schaeffer, Ian Hertsog, Amber Gallery, Laura McIlvaln, Amanda Kotarba, Jocelynn Reeso and coach Shorol Clark; front row AshLeigh Martz, Amanda Thomas, Zachary Buffer, Mitchell Relchner, Kyle King and Malimm Raslay. Not shown is coach Leonard Nelson. Members of the fourth grade team took first place in the "Wee Beastie and aGrab A Gram" eompetitiombsecond place in the aEiectricity Challenge  and Zowie MetricS' competitions and third place in the "Write It/Do It n competition. At left, coached by Terry Boliek, the Rehoboth Ele- mentary fifth grade Math and Science Olympiad team earned first place in the Cal- culator, Math Bowl and "Knock, Knock  competi- tiona, as well as second place for Teamwork and the "Write It/Do It  competitions, and third place in Go Kart, eFive Alive,  Math Bowl and "Egg Drop  competitions. Shown (l-r) in back are Jan Lach- mann, Erica Haley, Greg Collins, Briana Rovinskie, Clarissa Chenowet, Tyler Bishoff and Mike Dunz. In front are Brent Thompson, Betsy Hicks, Dana Mark and Vincent Fusce. Above, the fifth grade teem of Rehoboth Elementary School students placed second in the Multi-Media presentation at the computer fair held Saturday, March 15 in Dover. Shown (back, l-r) are Jo Lynch, Megan Couchman, Jaeklyn Lovett and Briana Rovinskie; (front) Jeff Bush, Josh Woertz and Jack Holt. At -, lllth Elemen-y School's sixth grade Math and Science Olympiad team includes, in back row (l.r) Rhys Slaughter, Charles Gathers, Joey Bradford end Matt King. Shown in front are Stephanie Luther, Elisabeth Lingo, Laura Dillon, Sara Lachmann and Carolina Wilson. Not shown is coach Lori Ro Jim EIIingsworth photo NASA engineer talks with RES students NASA mechanical engineer Amy Ross (on left) was on hand to talk to Rehoboth Elementary School students about her experiences in working on glove development for astronauts m" - voiced in future long-distance flights, specifically those to Mars. Ross, who is 25, is the daugh- ter of astronaut Jerry Ross, who has flown four times on a shuttle and was on board a Decem- ber launch to the space station. Amy Ross is shown fielding a question from fourth grader Christina DudzialL Ross's visit is a part of the school's Launching A Dream  program, in which students get to take part in a hands-on experiences utilizing space technology. - Two objects: husban' and 'ue" (an object pronoun) "I" (a subject pronoun) can not be used as object. ] My be. h.b00d .d ='. ,I Check correct box Exanple: They ignore Clay and ] v"t me . 1. They promised to call the deputy and I ] me . 2. The board finally appointed Smith and I ( me 1 as members. 3. The salesman told Ginny and I  me  the pri.ce was soft. 4. The argument between George and I  me  went on and on. 5. Who won the match? Sylvia and I ( me  won. Answers: A/I are "me" except no. 5 CI" is subject of verb "won"). Upgrade your English, v job, your future Prepared by Ward Holm Tanzer Associates. Complete set o% 25 Grammar Guides attractively bound with indeX. Only '5.00 Drop by the Cape Gazette office for your copy. Midway Sbopp ng Center, Highway One Rehoboth Beach 645-7700