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District Office 1270 Kings Highway Lewes, DE 19958 302-645-6686 Fax 302-645-6684 In an effort to promote fiscal transparency and community involvement, the Cape Henlopen School District is seeking 2 volunteers for the Citizens Budget Oversight Committee. The term of these appointments will be from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2020. Those requesting to serve as a volunteer should submit a letter of interest and an application (available at the District Office, 1270 Kings Highway, Lewes DE 19958; or online at www. capehenlopenschools.com). The Letter of Interest should include the following: 1) Reason for wanting to serve on the committee; 2) relevant experience, knowledge and/or training that would qualify the volunteer for the committee; 3) References to attest to the volunteer’s qualifications to serve on the committee. Applications must be received no later than 4:30PM May 26, 2017 at the Cape Henlopen District Office, 1270 Kings Highway, Lewes DE 19958. CAPE HENLOPEN SCHOOL DISTRICT Call 645-7700 or email adsales@capegazette.com to reserve your space! Featuring a look back on the 2016 - 17 SCHOOL YEAR including: Awards Ceremonies Scholarships School Events Proms Sports Student Photos Where the Yearbook leaves off... ...the 2017 Graduation Booklet picks up! Congratulate Your Graduate with an Ad in this Keepsake Booklet! Publish date: Friday, June 16, 2017 Deadline: Thursday, June 1, 2017 Cape Gazette SCHOOL & EDUCATION TUESDAY, MAY 9 - THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2017 25 DENY HOWETH PHOTOS SENIOR AP ART STUDENTS gathered at the Cultured Pearl for an Art show Thursday April 27. The house was packed with friends, family and alumni while judges roamed the exhibition speaking with students and admiring the art. Winners of the Rehoboth Beach Country Club John Roca Awards were: Alejandro Madera, Samantha Klebon, Heidi Knutsen and Alyssa Gentile. The winner of the Schroeder Award was Juan Marquez.  The ceramics corner, above, at the senior showcase offers fascinating pieces. CAPE SENIOR ART SHOW WOWS THE CROWD Alejandro Madera Sandoval, right, quickly sketches personal portraits. Bridg- et and Thomas Marshall await the result. Delaware Technical Com- munity College has received a $50,000 grant from Walmart to fund career services at its Stanton, Dover, and Georgetown campuses. The grant supports three ca- reer services employees, who assist graduates of entry-level training programs with the re- sources they need to secure a job, such as resume writing, inter- viewing skills and contacts with employers. "The college's Workforce Development and Communi- ty Education Division offers a variety of training statewide de- signed to provide people with the skills to enter the state's workforce," said President Mark T. Brainard. "This partnership provides additional support to those who succeed in their training program, but might need some assistance taking that next step toward securing employment." Many of Delaware Tech's Workforce Development pro- grams are designed for those who are unemployed, underem- ployed or looking for new skills and training that can provide them with gainful employment. The curriculum for these pro- grams is developed by business and industry leaders in each respective field who know where the trends are headed for each program. These advisory boards help determine the specific skills and criteria needed to obtain employ- ment in each area of study. For more information about workforce training at Delaware Tech, go to www.dtcc.edu/ continuing-education/work- force-training. Walmart donates $50,000 for Delaware Tech career services training More information: dtcc.edu » Nursing school offers babysitting classes The Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing will hold a babysitting course from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Tuesdays, June 27 and July 11, and Wednesday, July 12. The course is designed for boys and girls ages 12-15 and includes training in CPR, first aid, home safety and child development. Cost is $50 per participant. For more information or to receive a registration form, call 302-645- 3251. Class space is limited to 15 stu- dents per course and will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Registrants will receive confir- mation for the class upon receipt of payment.