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.... . ...... ,. r.. ...... , . 46 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, June 26 - July 2, 1998 HOB second-graders Wind up school year with play H.O. Brittingham Elementary School second-grade students of Gail Merz close out the school year with a full-scale production that took the audience back to the days of dinosaurs. Performing "The Dinosaur Play," the youngsters used a back-drop painted by Carol Moore and an assortment of heads and masks depicting such ancient creatures as diplodoeus, stegosaurus, tyrannosaurus rex and trieeratops. The H.OB. students entertained an audience filled with other students, parents, grandparents and friends who came for a visit to the Di- nosaur Museum. Members of the audience expressed thanks to the teachers, staff and parents who helped with the play. Layfield graduates with honors from SCHS Bradley Hunter Layfield, senior class president of the Sussex Cen- tral High School, was honored with a book on Delaware given to him by state per- sonnel direc- tor Dr. Harri- et Windsor Smith. It was autographed by the author and signed LAYFIELD with a con- gratulatory note from Gov. Tom Carper. Friends and family congratulat- ed Layfield on his graduation with honors from Sussex Central High School, and for his extraordinary speeches at baccalaureate and graduation. Layfield's achievements, both in school and in the community, are exemplary. He was senior class president; a four-year stu- dent council representative; named to the high honors honor roll for four years; a three-year member of the National Honor . Society; a Boys State nominee; a 1998 U.S. Achievement Academy All-American scholar;recipient of the Indian River School District Superintendent's Award for acad- emic excellence in 1998; a four- year recipient of the Indian River School District Academic Achievement Award; football team captain in 1996 and 1997 and football academic all-confer- ence for four years; football all- conference and all-state honorable mention in 1997; golf team cap- tain in 1997 and 1998; a four-year member of the golf academic all- conference team; winner of the Wrestling Student Athlete Award in 1996; the only two-time recipi- ent of the Sussex Central Golden Knight Award in 1997 and 1998; listed in "Who's Who in Acade- mics" and "Who's Who in Sports;" a Sussex Central repre- sentative at the Blue-Gold football game in 1998; recipient of the Na- tional Association for Secondary School Principals Leadership Award in 1998; recipient of the Georgetown VFW Post scholastic award in 1998; recipient of the University of Delaware Academic Incentive Award, 1998; an active member of St. Mark's Episcopal Church; a member of Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD); a member of the Future Educators of America (FEA); a volunteer for the Republican party; and member on the publicity committee for the Vance Phillips campaign as well as a solicitor for Republican can- didates, 1996-98; and a Junior Golf volunteer for Sussex Pines Country Club, 1997 and 1998. Layfield has been accepted into the University of Delaware early admissions program in political science/education. Hear Re :oice Radio J,, on the Internet at www.rejoice.org Del Tech to offer educational tech program Delaware Technical & Community College's educational technology certificate program has openings available in selected sections. The program, offering basic and advanced certificate courses, pro- vides a hands-on practical approach to'integrating technology into teaching and learning. . Courses in the program have been approved by the Department of Ed- ucation for lane advancement credit for teachers in K- 12. Six different courses will be offered, with start dates ranging over the next five weeks. Fr more information, call Beverly Roupp at 855-5987. Coast Guard Academy taking applications The U. S. Coast Guard Academy is now accepting and processing ap- plications for the class of 2003. Appointments are tendered solely on the basis of an annual nationwide competition with no congressional nomi- nations or geographical quotas. Applications must be submitted to the director of admissions by Dec. 15. Candidates must arrange to partici- pate in either the SAT I or ACT prior to or including the December 1998 administration. Candidates are judged on their high school record, performance on the SAT I or ACT, and leadership potential as demonstrated by partici- pation in high school activities. Most successful applicants rank in the top quarter of their academic class and have proficiency in math and ap- plied science. The Coast Guard Academy offers an undergraduate edu- cation at no personal expense. For information, call 800-883-8724. ummer is coming ' It's not too late to 00ook Coodl NATUetr WmaHT am,lF2VT PRO7,R, Call 644-2990 for details (J A Beka textbooks on display in your area A Beka Video Home School also on display in your area    placed at display CAPE HENLOPEN HIGH SCHOOL 15300,000 "BOOT SALE"/:FLEA MARKET WHEN?. Every,Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (28 June lJ1301xjust) WHERE? Ce,e.. , SCm, Patxj L, Smr, n Ro (On he way to the Ferry and Cape Hen Sla Park) Pick up treasures. Support lhe Music Program Trip to London. Vendors. Call eady to reserve your spot. Coordinator, John Gordon at 947-1789 ONGOING RAFFLES , Sponsored by Shorts Marine, lhe Sea 0oo personal watercraft valued at $4350 , Fall Rock Fshing Trip on the charter boat "The Master" sponsored by Rick & Debbie Simms valued at $400. Hand-made Angel Quilt sponsored by *Mare's Bears Quilt Shop." For tickets on any of the above raffles contact any Band or Chorus Member or Linda Beehe at 645-5260 $100,000 $20,000 THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR THEIR SUPPORT: Kings Ice Cream Websters Furniture Mellon Bank Bay Sports Henlopen Grange The Dog House Beach Tan and Hair Design Parsell Funeral Homes The Cape Gazette If you would like to make a onJbution or if you nesd any additional infommtion on any of the emts, plelme rail Lynn.Mimn' at 644-2772. s adis m  qnwd by Prod Fun Hoam am e Ce Game.