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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 5 - April 11, 1996 - 33 Sussex Tech one of three in state named Blue Ribbon School By Michael Short Sussex Tech has moved into the educational elite after being hon- ored as a Blue Ribbon School, one of only three such schools in Delaware. A group of dignitaries, includ- ing Governor Tom Carper, Sussex County Council President Dale Dukes and most of the Sussex County legislative contingent as- sembled on April 2 at Sussex Tech to celebrate the honor. "This is a great day for Sussex Tech, a great day for Sussex County and a really great day for Delaware," said Governor Tom Carper. "I have never been proud- er." U.S. Secretary of Educatioff Richard Riley said "these schools are testimony to the successes we can have in American education if we work together to raise stan- dards and focus on the basics of better schools." The national Blue Ribbon pro- gram honors excellence in teach- ing and instruction, student achievement, leadership and parental involvement. State Board of Education Vice President Jean Allen said that "in many ways you are ahead of the state in educational reform.., this is not just an outstanding school in Delaware, but in the nation." "This is a day of pride for those of your who are Ravens (the school name) and friends of the Ravens," according to Governor Carper. Riley said a school's success is based upon the following: leader- ship, teaching environment, cur- riculum and instruction, student environment, parent and commu- nity support, student achievement, organizational vitality, parental involvement and technology. To be selected for recognition, Sussex Technical High School submitted a written application to the State Department of Public In- struction and was selected as a Delaware Blue Ribbon High School. Sussex Tech's application was sent to a national review pan- el that selects the most promising schools for site visits by experi- enced educators who submit re- ports on their findings. The review panel considers the reports and makes recommenda- tionsto the U.S. Secretary of Edu- cation, who announces the schools selected for recognition. Sussex Technical High School representatives will be invited this spring to Washington D.C. to re- ceive a special flag to be flown over the school and a plaque com- memorating the achievement. This year, 216 public schools and 50 private schools in 40 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, including the Bureau of Indian Affairs Schools in Cass Lake, Minnesota, will be recognized. Kristen Seal photo Michael Short photo Sussex Technical High School has been selected as a Na- tional School of Excellence by U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley. Shown during an April 2 ceremony in hon- or of the award are from left Principal Dr. Patrick Savini, Su- perintendent Dr. George Frunzi and Governor Tom Carper. Kristen Seal photo LMS accepts Computer Drive donation The first business to "adopt-a-computer" for the Lewes Mid- die School PTO computer fund drive is The Prudential Gallo Realty in Lewes. The PTO is asking other local businesses to join in the fund drive; each computer can be purchased for $1500. Seen here on Tuesday, March 26 are (back row, l-r) Don Hearn, broker and manager of The Prudential Gallo Re- alty; LMS Assistant Principal Wayne Steele, LMS PTO Presi- dent Tricia Ritthaler and Lee Ann Wilkinson, fund drive busi- ness liaison. Seen in the front (l-r) are Betty Gallo, owner of The Prudential Gallo Realty and ILMS Principal Peg Menear. READ-ALOUD sets reader training READ-ALOUD Delaware will conduct reader training Thursday, April 18, at 10:30 a.m. in the conference room of Delaware National Bank, Delaware 1. READ-ALOUD provides individuals the opportuni- ty to read to preschool-age children one-on-one in day care centers, shelters and Head Start programs. For more information, call 856-2527. Rehoboth VFW honors LMS essayists Winners of the first annual Rehoboth VFW Post 7447 "My American Hero" essay contest at Lewes Middle School were honored on Thursday, March 28. The contest was open to both seventh and eighth graders; three winners were chosen out of 123 essays received. The winners are all seventh graders. Seen here in the front row (l-r) are third place win- ner David Johnson who received $50, second place winner Katie Levy who received $75 and first place winner Amanda Dera who received $100. Seen in the back row are LMS Eng- lish teacher George Spalaris, VFW Post 7447 Chairman Butch Imperial and LMS English teacher Deanne McCredie. LMS student takes second in state Geography Bee Lewes Middle School eighth grader Bryan Rud- dy placed second in the Delaware State Geography Bee competition on Friday, March 29 at the Uni- versity of Delaware. The competition hosted 53 students from throughout the state in grades four through 8. Ruddy competed for more than two hours until he was defeated by A.I. duPont Middle School stu- dent Anuraag Pakanati. RUDDY Easter Sale 10- 50% Off Selected Merchandise Sierra Moon e ourt, Volley & Skate /AAe 16 Rehoboth Avenue No Nails? Nail Biting? WE HELP YOU GROW NAILS/ Spring Special Active Length Acrylic Full Set ,25oo Acrylic Fi ._. s or French Manicur with any Full Set. Complete Nail Care for Ladies & Gentlemen Sculpture Full Set .......... $85 Manicure ................ 12 Pedicure ................. $20 Air Brush (white) .......... $5 Air Brush (calm') ........... $10 Nail Repair starts at ........ $8 Silk, Fiberglass Fag Set ...... $S8 , Sak, Farm Fals ......... 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