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26- CAPE GAZETI, Friday&apos; April 21 -April 27, 1995 Scho0000il & Education Milton Middle School top Delaware Jr. Science Olympiad winners are (1. to r.) Ryan Dey (grade 8) and Mike Savage (grade 8), third place in "Nature Quest" and Lindsay King (grade 8) second place in the "Barge" category. Kristen Seal photos Lewes Middle School Delaware Jr. Science  Olympiad top winners are (1. to r.) Becky Melson (grade 8) and Steven Riniker (grade 7), first place in "Nature Quest" and Brian Keuski (grade 8) and Annie Caswell (grade 8, not shown), third place in "Earth Science Processes". Cape students win 00,t:ience Olympiad awards Milton Middle School- Lind- say King, grade 8, second place in "Barge"; Ryan Dey, ,grade 8, third place in "Nature Quest"; Mike Savage, grade 8, third place in "Nature Quest"; Joanna Smith, grade 8, fourth place in "Barge"; Carleigh Bell, grade 8, fourth place in "Barge"; Carleigh Bell, grade 8, sixth place in "Rocks and Minerals"; Joanna Smith, grade 8, sixth place in "Balloon Race"; Carleigh Bell, grade 8, sixth place in "Balloon Race"; Ryan Dey, grade 8, seventh place in "Circuit Wizardry"; Josh Bushey, grade 8, seventh place in "Weather or Not"; Holly Gordon, grade 8, eighth place in "Nature Quest"; John Lynch, grade 8, eighth place in "Nature Quest"; Josh Bushey, grade 8, ninth place in "Earth Sci: ence Processes"; Anzi Gohel, grade 7, ninth place in "Earth Sci- ence Processes"; Kristen Foery, grade 7, ninth place in "Amazing" and Shannon McLean, grade 8, ninth place in "Amazing". Lewes Middle School. Becky Melson, grade 8, first place in "Nature Quest"; Steven Riniker, grade 7, first place in "Nature Quest"; Brian Keuski, grade 8, third place in "Earth Science Processes"; Annie Caswell, grade 8, third place in "Earth Science Processes"; Brian Keuski, grade 8, fourth place in "Picture This"; Annie Caswell, grade 8, fourth place in "Picture This"; Angela Caswell, grade 8, fourth place in "Picture This"; Annie Caswell, grade 8, fourth place in "Write It, Do It"; Angela Caswell, eight grade, fourth place in "Write It, Do It"; Logan Short, grade 8, fifth place in "Balloon Race"; Alex Hense, grade 6, fifth place in "Bal- loon Race"; Brian Keuski, grade 8, tenth place in "Pentathalon"; Annie Caswell, grade 8, tenth place in "Pentathalon"; Logan Short, grade 8, tenth place in "Pentathalon"; Angela Caswell, grade 8, tenth place in "Pen- tathalon" and Steven Riniker, grade 7, tenth place in "Tree Iden- tification". Cape Henlopen High School Shalini Kurani, grade 11, fifth place in "Fermi Questions"; Neha Gohel, grade 11, fifth place in "Fermi Questions"; Sunil Hos- mane, grade 12, sixth place in "Cell Biology"; Rob Brandt, grade 11, sixth place in "Cell Biology"; Jenny Dey, grade 1 I, sixth place in "Pentathalon"; Joe Hughes, grade 12, sixth place in "Pen- tathalon"; Shalini Kurani, grade 11, sixth place in "Pentathalon"; Mark Martin, grade 11, sixth place in "Pentathalon"; Kim Friederre- ich, grade 12, seventh place in "Science of Fitness"; Tara Pride, grade 9, ninth place in "It's About Time"; George Lynch, grade 10, tenth place in "Botany"; Mark Marrin, grade 11, tenth place in "Water Quality" and Paul Wright, grade 11, tenth place in "Water Quality". The 16th annual Delaware Jr. Hig h Science Olympiad was held on Saturday, April 1 at Delaware State University and the Delaware Sr. High Science Olympiad took place at Delaware State on Satur- day, April 8. The goal of the Delaware Sci- ence Olympiad is to improve the quality of science education by conducting interscholastic com- petions for middle and high school students. Students generally worked in teams implementing tests, using equipment and solving problems in approximately 35 dif- ferent events. The Milton Middle School team was coached by science teacher, Anne Smith; the Lewes Middle School team by science teacher, Lois Johnston and the Cape Hen- iopen High School team.by sci- ence teachers Jane Brandt and Alan Campo. The students who placed in the competition, receiving awards, are as follows: Perkins wins award at state competition Katina Perkins, a senior at Cape Henlopen High School, recently won a meritorious award at the Jobs for Delaware Graduates Career Skills Competition. Students from throughout the state com- peted in vari- ous job-relat- ed skill divi- sions on March 16 at the Sheraton Inn in Dover. Perkins corn- : !<:iiiiii::  PERKINS peted the job interviewing divi- sion. A couple of weeks before the event, she sent her rtsum6 to a panel of judges. On the day of the competition, she walked into an office-like area, met a receptionist, then interviewed for a job. The interviewing judges were com- prised of employers from the busi- ness community. "It gives the kids good experience and a taste of what it's really like," said Mark McDaniel, Cape Henlopen High School's Jobs for Delaware Grad- uates job specialist. Rosco P. Coltrane to speak at Cape graduation As reported previously in the Cape Gazette, Cape Henlopen High School Class of 1995 has confirmed that James K. Best - better known as Rosco P. Coltrane Continued on page 29 Cape District Menus Biologist joins Marine S u,00lies faculty Dr. S. Craig Cary, a marine biologist specializing chemistry and ecology of symbiosis, in which two in symbiotic relationships between marine bacteria and invertebrates, has joined the faculty of the Uni- versity of Delaware Graduate College of Marine Studies (CMS) as an assistant professor of marine biology-biochemistry. He is based at the Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes. Cary came to CMS from Oregon State University, where he conducted research as a National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellow and as a research assistant professorqn the Department of Microbiolo- gy. He received his Ph.D. in 1989 from the Scripps Institu- tion of Oceanography, Universi- ty of California, San Diego, and his master's degree from San Diego State University. Born in CAREY Oklahoma and raised in Los Angeles and London, Cary is also a certified com- mercial diver and semi-professional underwater pho- tographer. Cary's research focuses on the physiology, bio- species live in close association. In particular, he is investigating the relationships between a number of marine invertebrates, including clams and worms found near deep-sea hydrothermal vents, and the bac- teria that inhabit their tissues and provide them with nutrients. Cary is working to determine how the invertebrates acquire the bacteria, what role each partner plays in the relationship, and how their asso- ciation adapts to changing environmental conditions. Cary's interest in organisms associated with deep- sea hydrothermal vents has led him to participate in a number of scientific research missions to the floors of both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. However, he is also interested in a species common to the Mid- Atlantic coast - a wood-boring bivalve mollusk, com- monly called a shipworm, which is responsible for millions of dollars in damage to submerged wooden structures each year. This mollusk harbors bacteria that enable it to digest wood. By learning how the wood-borer obtains the bacteria, Cary hopes to identify effective yet envi- ronmentally safe ways of protecting piers and other wooden structures from harm. Cape Henlopen School District menus for the week of April 24-28 include: Elementary and Middle Schools Monday, April 24 - breakfast: cereal and toast with fresh fruit or juice and milk; lunch: meat filled taco with cheese, lettuce and tomato, corn, sliced peaches, juice, milk. Tuesday, April 25 - Breakfast: cereal and toast or pop tart with fresh fruit, fresh fruit or juice; lunch: hot turkey sandwich, mashed potatoes with, gravy, peas, applesauce, juice, choice of milk. Wednesday, April 26 - Break- fast: cereal and toast or pancakes with fresh fruit, juice or milk; lunch: hamburger on bun, french fries, green beans, fresh fruit, choice of milk. Thursday, April 27 - Break- fast: cereal and toast with fresh fruit, juice or milk; lunch: fish on bun with macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, green vegetable, fruity crisp, juice, choice of milk. Friday, April 28 - Breakfast: cereal and toast with fresh fruit or juice and milk; lunch: pizza choice, broccoli spears, pineapple chunks, juice, choice of milk. Cape Henlopen High School Breakfast menu posted daily Monday, April 24 - Cheese- burger on bun, fries, broccoli, assorted fruits, choice of milk. Tuesday, April 25 - Breaded fish with macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, peas, chilled pears, juice, choice of milk. Wednesday, April 26 Cheesesteak on roll, tomato and lettuce, veggie, fresh fruit, choice of milk. Thursday, April 27 - Chicken nuggets with dippers, hash brown, California veggie blend, chilled fruit or juice, choice of milk. Friday, April 28 - Beefaroni casserole with topping, green beans, canned fruit, juice, bread, choice of milk.