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Cape Gazette SCHOOL & EDUCATION ,: TUESDAY, MAY 20 - THURSDAY, MAY 22, 2014 27 LEARNING CENTER STUDENTS DEMONSTRATE FEELINGS Briefly )) Milton Elementary awarded 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Milton Elementary School was recently awarded a 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant, allowing it to continue the Friends After School at Milton Elementary (FAME) program. FAME runs each year for three sessions - two after school and one summer camp session. Fifty upcoming third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade students will be invited to participate in the unique summer camp session, which will run June 23-July 31 from 7:30 to 11 a.m. The goal of FAME Summer Camp is to sup- port and help children retain literacy and math skills learned during the previous school year. FAME provides tutoring in small-group settings as well as enrichment activities. Students will participate in a variety of camps including Math, Science, Dinosaur, Puppet Theatre, Back- yard Games, and Arts and Crafts. Parents of Milton Elemen- tary students interested in FAME Summer Camp can contact Terri Green at 302-684-2516. Registra- tion deadline is Friday, May 30. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS STUDENTS AND staff at Downings Loving and Learning Center in Ellendale received high marks for the stu- dents' Social and emotional status by the Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and their Fam- ilies May 8, Delaware Department of Services for Children Community Relation Coordinator Andrea Wojcik read to the children, asking the students to show different emotions such as sad, happy and tired. Isabella Wagner points out a picture of a happy face in the book read by Wojcik. Surprised Wasthe emotion that Wojcik read and Isablla Wagner, left, and Shniya Hunter acted out. Malikhi Hamilton, left, and Denaya Hinton participate in an energetic ver- sion of the Hokey Pokey. Authors visit H.O H.O Brittingham Elementary School students played host to two children's authors April 30. Kit Grindstaff spoke to the fourth- and fifth-graders. She talked about how growing up in a small town in England inspired the writing of her first novel, "The Flame in the Mist." This book is a fantasy set in the imaginary land of Anglavia, where the constant presence of a mist and an evil family make life very difficult for the people who live there. Fifth-grader Shauna Stone, who is currently reading "The Flame in the Mist;" says that a section can start out calm and easy, but then take a drastic turn, with loop-de-loops in the plot. Brittingham Nancy Viau read her book "Look What I Can Do!" with the kindergarteners and involved the first-, second- and third-graders in an interactive presentation based on her two other books, "Storm Song" and "Samantha Hansen Has Rocks in Her Head." Second-grader Zachary Willey and Molly Clune liked learning about onomatopoeia in "Storm Song." Their favorite sound was "ROAR." They liked the questions Viau asked them and thought she was nice and funny. "This was a great oppor- tunity for our students," said third-grade teacher Alfredo Ro- driguez. "Meeting a real author inspires them to be better read- ers and writers." E ementary School SUBMITTED PHOTO AUTHOR KIT Grindstaff reads from her book "The Flame in the Mist." Ileniopen :: Congratulate your graduate in the CAPE GAZETTE 2014 GRADUATION BOOKLET Featuring A look back on the 2013 - 14 SCHOOL YEAR including Awards Ceremonies Scholarships School Events. Proms Sports Student Photos Publish date: Friday. June 13. 2014 Deadline: Thursday, May 29, 2014 Call 645-7700 to reserve your space! or email adsales@capegazette.com for more info.