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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 10 - April 16, 1998 - 51 BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Account Executive, Investments Certified Financial Planner Call for "The Roth IRA Conversion Guide" (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 DEAN WITTER REYNOLDS INC. ) 4421 Highwa\\; (.)he Rehoboth tx ach, DE 19971 Angie Moon photo RES honors top stock market 'investors' Claire Layton's and Terry Boliek's math students at Rehoboth Elementary School invested $1,000 in pretend dollars in the stock market during the month of March. Each day the students recorded and graphed their profits and losses. Those students making the greatest profit were Brock Schaeffer, first, Shane Jensen, second, and Jenny Sechrist, third, all from Layton's class; Ashleigh Martz, first, Pam Hertzog, second, and Michael Martin, third, all from Nancy Carnevale's class; Amber Gallery, first, Cindy Hildebrand, sec- ond, and Peter Marsh, third, all of Sarah Ross' class; and April Claypool, first, Roshanda Brittingham, second, and Naran Rika, third, all in Terry Boi- iek's class. Brian Lee, a sixth-grade student who participated in the same stock mar- ket project last year, is leading Rehoboth Elementary School in investing. BRIAN LEE He won the Cape Carousel Stock Investment Program and was 22nd out of 1,900 in the 1998 "News Journal" Student Investment Project. Participants shown include (l-r) Brittingham, Claypool, Sechrist, Marsh, Riker, Schaeffer, Hertzog, Gallery, Hildebrand, Martz, Martin and teacher Claire Layton. Explore career options at Del Tech now specific career field like human services, there are so many choic- es that it can be confusing and overwhelming. "What I want to do is give peo- ple useful, practical resources re- garding the labor outlook and ca- reer pathways the field offers, the challenges workers can expect, and the rewards a job in the hu- man services can provide," Smith said. Anne Lawton, OTR/L, depart- ment chair for the occupational therapy assistant (OTA) program agrees: "People who attend the OTA session will not only learn about careers in occupational ther- apy, but also understand therapy, but also understand the role it plays in the community as far as helping people learn to live with and adapt to a disability," she said. "Since Delaware is becoming a retirement state, occupational therapy is a growing field that im- pacts a lot of lives in this area." Another reason to attend the Ca- reer Exploration sessions, accord- ing to Dr. Doug Hicks, engineer- ing department chair, is to find out out how new technology has af- Continued on page 52 Delaware Technical & Commu- nity College will host a Career Exploration Series at Delaware Tech, Owens Campus, for adults considering a career change or a teenager looking for a livelihood. The Career Exploration sessions can provide essential information about necessary training, avail- able jobs and salary ranges. Ca- reer areas in the series are: Com- puter Aided Design (CAD), Com- puter Aided Machining (CAM) & Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machining, April 21; Computer & Networking, April 22; Physical Therapy, April 23;Early Childhood Education, April 23; Occupational Therapy Assistant, April 28; Office Tech- nology, April 29; Legal Assistant Technology, April 29; and Human Services, April 30. "I really see this as a communi- ty service," explained Stephanie Smith, a licensed clinical social worker with over eight years ex perience in social services, who serves as instructional coordinator for the human services/social sci- ences department. "Even within a It's Not too lat00 ! We still have a great seleation of Easter Novelties! Chirping Chiaks! lLmb# ,IDS' ETCH You'll find it all at... Kid' Ketch en 'til 6 fiat. Apr. 11 Closed Easter Sunday THE DELAW00q RE MUSIC SCHOOL 1998 SUMMER MUSIC PROGRAMS -- Beginning the end of June -- 6-week summer session of private lessons ($80) in LEWES, MILLSBORO, MILFORD and DOVER including new Suzuki-method violin in Lewes[ I dG also, 5-day programs for "Tappin and Clappin" ($30) and a Young People's String Program ($75) as part of a new pARTnership with the Rehoboth Art League Science Continued from page 50 showed that ingesting sugar im- mediately before going to bed did, indeed, have a "drastic effect" on the amount of movement during sleep. The tapings showed sleep with no sugar, and then sleep with increasing amounts, seven, 15 and, finally, 22 cubes. Bull said that tossing and turn- ing increased greatly as the sugar intake increased. The poster winners each re- ceived a $50 award. Gohel and Ruddy also received $100 each spending money for their upcom- ing trip to New Mexico. featuring: "Music, My Folks and Me" - 18 months to 3 1/2 years ($25) "Under the Sea" - 3 1/2 to 5 years ($30) and "Ahoy Mates: Songs of the Sea" - 6 to 9 years ($40) 0/ (You must preregister for all programs, so call TODAY for details) THE DELAWARE MUSIC SCHOOL 422-2043 '