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38 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 ) Bell Atlantic Worcester School presents 'An American Salute' Worcester Country School students in Grades four to six presented their Spring Music and Arts Festival, "An American Salute," for parents and community members. The production involved all the students in marching, singing and dancing. The audience enjoyed familiar songs such as "God Bless America," "America The Beautiful," "Take Me Out To The Ball Game," and more and joined students in singing the "Star Spangled Banner" and "God Bless America." Soloists in the program were Stephanie Nicewarner, Leigh Remy, Nathaniel Merrill, Jordan Braniff, Chelsea Leiner, Lauren Wright, Kortney Goodman, Jessica Robinson, Jessica Hoyle, Sally Mancini, Angela Delario, Taylor Lowe, Alison Leiner, Jeffrey Sawyer, Nicole Trumpower and Josh Leiner. Rehoboth Elementary students meet math challenge Cape Region students made a strong showing at the Bell Atlantic-sponsored 24 Challenge Math Program competition, held at the University of Delaware in Newark. Shown here with their teachers, Claire Layton of Rehoboth Elementary School and Marge Erthal of Milton Mid- dle School, the students in the back row (l-r) are Rehoboth Elementary School students Laura Dillon, Kristen Cannatelli and Ian Hertzog, along with Milton Middle School student Brennon McCarron. In front are Milton Middle's Robin Fader and Rehoboth Elementary's Dana Marks, Vincent Fusco and Jeff Bush. The contest was a state-wide, mental math competition in which students are dealt num- bered cards and asked to add, subtract or divide the numbers so that they equal 24. Can- natelli was a second place finalist in the competition, while Marks and Bush were table win- ners. Layton, a fifth grade teacher at Rehoboth Elementary, said her students enjoy playing the game and learning to juggle the numbers. "What a wonderful way for them to use their mental skills to solve math problems," she said. Standardized testing topic of TV 12 report On Sunday, June 15, TV12 will offer The Murrow Report, "Test- ing...Testing...Testing," a look at the increasing number of standardized tests American students take each year. A panel of ix experts will de- bate whether the tests are an accurate gauge to measure learning or whether they get in the way of teaching. The program airs at 2 p.m. Maull a Millersville graduate Keri A. Maull, the daughter of Robert and Sydney Maull of Re- hoboth, is among the 773 students who were awarded master's, bache- lor's or associate degrees at Millersville University during the May 17 spring commencement. Maull received a bachelor of science degree in biology. Del Tech Continued from page 37 - Teresa L. Hurley, Millsboro Diploma: • General Microcomputer Stud- ies - Brian A. Humble, Lewes Degree: • Office Systems Technology: Patricia W. Payne, Georgetown • Legal Assistant Technology: Suzanne M. McKasldll, Millsboro Diploma: • Clerical Studies - Kimberly A. Coffie, Millsboro Engineering Cluster Degree: • Architectural Engineering Technology - Michael L. James, Georgetown Health Cluster Degree: • Nursing Technology - Mary Gutierrez, Georgetown • Medical Laboratory Technolo- gy - Veterinary - Lorie A. Hop- kins, Milton Diploma: • Medical Transcriptionist Stud- ies: Patricia A. Justice, George- town Industrial Education Cluster Degree: • Automotive Technology - An- thony E. Bailey, Milton Diploma: • Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning Studies - Demetrius M. Bundick, Rehoboth Public Service Cluster Degree: • Communications Technology - Melissa L. Cohen, Lewes; An- gela M. Trout, Milton • Human Services Technology - Michele A. O'Connell, George- town The special award presentations were: Andre Higgins Alumni Graduation Award: John Love of Milford. This award is presented by the Owens Campus Alumni Association board of directors to a graduating student(s), who have distinguished themselves while pursuing academic careers. Bernard Luterancik Engineer- ing Award: Erik Willey of Seaford. This award is presented to an outstanding student in the Architectural/Engineering Tech- nology,umilA a .o.a nA Rosanne Pack photo Tylecki builds on success Raising the roof on his accomplishment, Cape Henlopen High School student Chad Tylecki shows the interior of his prize-winning model house which earned a third place award in a competition sponsored by the Delaware Technology Stu- dent Association. In the statewide competition, Tylecki placed first in Computer Assisted Drawing (CAD) category, and third in residential architectural projects. 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