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: 22 TUESDAY, JULY 29- THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 SCHOOL & EDUCATION Cape Gazette ). CAPE HENLOPEN SCHOOL BOARD ANNOUNCES NEW OFFICERS MELISSA STEELE PHOTOS ALISON MYERS TAKES the oath of office with the help of her three daughters during the July 10 reorganization meeting of the Cape Henlo- pen school board. Outgoing school board President Spencer Brittingham administers the oath, while (I-r) Bella, Rylie (blocked) and Aubrie stand by for moral support. United Way invests in summer programs. to keep youth on track for hool success Research shows that students lose academic ground during the summer months when they are not routinely in a traditional academic setting. This problem increases substantially among low-income students who have limited access to thriving sum- mer learning programs and resources. These types of youth asset-building programs are criti- cal during this season when so many youth throughout Dela- ware have increased amounts of unstructured or unsupervised time that could lead to risky behavior. To combat the summer aca- demic slide, United Way of Delaware is investing $85,000 in supporting 14 summer camps and enrichment programs across Delaware to serve more than 1,000 youth. These programs focus on positive youth develop- ment, college preparation and career readiness programs plus expose youth to arts, sports, hands-on activities, and academic development, all while fostering meaningful relationships. Ten of these 14 programs have enrolled 9- to 17-year-old youth from low- income families throughout the city of Wilmington. "We recognize that in order for our youth to succeed both per- sonally and academically, they In addition to those programs, need access to safe and healthy UWD is partnering with Teach environments where there are for America's Delaware Summer opportunities to learn and de- 2014 Community Learning Col- velop academic and life skills laborative. Teach for America throughout the summer months," has aligned an innovative part- said Michelle A. Taylor, president nership with five community and chief executive officer for centers in Wilmington to devet- United Way of Delaware. "By op a collaborative for improving investing in summer programs, the effectiveness of summer pro- we're investing in not only the fu- gram delivery. ture of our youth, but the future Through this partnership, of Delaware." community centers will work These summer programs are together with Teach for America being held at the Boys & Girls to ensure the curriculum used, Clubs of Delaware, the Latin lesso.ns taught and level of en- American Community Center, gagement at summer programs One Village Alliance, West End are more deliberate, impactful Neighborhood House, Neigh- and cohesive for youth than ever borhood House, the Kingswood before. Community Center, Delaware For more information about Adolescent Program Inc., Chris- United Way of Delaware, go to tiana Cultural Arts Center, and www.uwde.org or call 302-573- Children and Families First. 3731. BASIC OBEDIENCE LOCATIONS OFFERING AKC: CANINE GOOD CITIZEN CONCORD PET Rehoboth ADVANCED OBEDIENCE& Lewes OBEDIENCE & TIPS FORUMS Every Wed. Evening @ Concord Pets @ 7:00 PM (Please R.S.V.P.) PRIVATE CLASSES AT YOUR CONVENIENCE t,,.~y,f-~-.--z~ PUPP,ES c ,ss,or.ing no.. Aug.,,, @ Concord,n Re,o,o,, FOR DETAILS AND PRICES, CALL K-lO DOG TRAINING @ 302-236-2497 4~j~/ g-lO DoE Traini~l# is licensed & insured ABC Certified Dog Trainer, ABC Mentor, CGC Evahlator www.klOtraining.com I info@KlOtraining.com . Cape Henlopen school board named Andy Lewis president during the July 10 reorganization meeting. Roni Posner remains vice president. Horace Mann awards bikes to tudents with perfect attendance Horace Mann agent Susan known as the Father ofAmerican Collins sponsored the Perfect Education. It's an honor to carry Attendance Spells Success onthe work of our namesakeby program at Georgetown Ele- helping the people who give so mentary School for the 2013-14 much to take care of our children school year. Six students had and who work tirelessly to as- perfect attendance, qualifying sure they have a strong future." them for a drawing to win a bike. Horace Mann is the largest The program awards a bike to national multiline insurance one girl and one boy, and Karina company focusing on educators' Martin and Rovin Sanchez won financial needs. Horace Mann the bikes, provides auto and homeowners Collins routinely provides sup- insurance, retirement annuities, port to local schools through life insurance and other financial PASS and other programs and solutions. says, "Horace Mann is named af- For more information about ter the 19th century legislator and the company, visit www.horace- education reformer who is also mann.com. 7 am 19968 302-6q5-1076 -5:3o pm MondaY-Friday 6 Weeks - 2 Years $155/week 2 Years - 3 Years $145/week 3 Years - Kindergarten $135/week Purchase of Care Plus Accepted Child Care Aware Military Fee Assistance Accepted No Registrotion Fees, Preschool Fees, or SupoIv Fees T, Delaware Stars Level 5 Child Care Center To learn more about the Delaware Stars rating, visit www.delawarestars.udel.edu :o [i Illi]l I IIII )iI1 I li I! /)l i )ll I il 1 11l I! i I li ........ ,::- ....Fml, liln 1