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Cape Gazette FRIDAY, APRIL 19 - MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2013 99 By Melissa Steele flash fiction story, "You think you melissasteele@capegazette.com know"; Rebecca won in a jour- nalism category for a story about Writing for a purpose isn't Hurricane Sandy. Their writing the easiest skill to learn, but 10 was automatically entered at the Mariner Middle School students national judging level. have a better understanding of Other winners were Heidi what it takes - and they received Knutsen and Allie Mechlinski, recognition for their work. who won Silver Key awards. Hei- "They were very eager to do di won for poetry and AUie for this, and the writing flowed," said journalism. teacher Diane Albanese, who Earning honorable mentions entered the students in the 2013 were Alvina Afrifa, Iseabal Cryne, Scholastic Art & Writing Contest Demetrius Hoffman, Shane Mi- regional contest, nard, Matthew Cole Smith and Two students, David Collard Nicholas Voyce for categories and Rebecca Rowe, won Gold that included flash fiction, poetry Key awards. David won for his and science fiction. The eighth-grade honor stu- "THEY WERE VERY EAGER TO dents chose their categories and DO THIS AND THE WRITING were honored at a reception in FLOWED." Dover, Albanese said. "The contest had a very in- teresting and rippling effect - MARiNeR M DOLE SCHOOL TEACHER because they know their writing D ANE ALBANESE was valued," she said. SUBMITTED PHOTO MARINER MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS received recognition for their writing recently in the 2013 Scholastic Art & Writing Contest. Pictured (I-r) are Demetrius Hoffman, Iseabal Cryne, Allie Mechlinksi, Alvina Afrifa, David Collard, Rebecca Rowe, Nicholas Voycel Shane Minard and Matthew Cole Smith. H.O. BRITTINGHAM PERFORMS JUNGLE BOOK CAPE CAROUSEL PHOTO CREDIT MISTAKEN IN TUESDAY'S EDITION SUBMITTED PHOTOS STUDENTS AT H.O. BRITTINGHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL entertained parents and staff recently with a produc- tion of "The Jungle Book KIDS." Students worked with Clear Space Theatre volunteers who helped them with dialogue, songs, choreography and stage directions. Jackeline Olivas-Marin is the tiger Shere Khan. At right, students sing "Trust in Me" as they carry Kaa the snake. ~ ~,.~ .e~.~~" LUKE MILLER PHOTO THE PHOTOGRAPHER WHO TOOK THIS PHOTO was incorrectly identified in the April 16 print edition. This photograph, taken as part of a Cape Carousel class, is the work of Luke Miller. " ' )) ognized as a premier school in Delaware, Sussex Academy plans to continue its high performance SUSSEX Academy ilOW through expeditionary learning accepting applications as it relocates to the current Delmarva Christian High School Sussex Academy is currently on Route 9 in Georgetown. Ap- taking applications for its fresh- plications can be obtained from man class for next school year. the school at 21777 Sussex Pines Applicants must be eligible to Road or at sussexacademy.6g. enter grade nine in 2013-14 and For more information, call the must be Delaware residents. Rec- school, 302-856-3636.