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Submitted photo Worcester Prep's grade five public speaking team are (l-r) Chase Harmon, Rehoboth Beach; Ross Roessler, Frankford; Meegan Jayne Smith, Ocean City; Sarah Ann Showell, Bishopville; Peter Buas, Ocean City; and Laureen Rosa, Lewes. Roessler placed third in the Optimist Or- atorical boys' competition, and Rosa placed third in the girls' division. Worcester students At Worcester Prep, students learn how to perform and speak before audiences beginning in the Lower School. From preschool to grade 12 students practice skills that they'll need not only for their education but in careers and com- munity service activities. "Through practice," said Dr. Mer- le Marsh, Special Projects direc- tor at the Berlin school, "they gain the confidence that will help them not only with public speak- ing but also with interviews and day-to-day interaction. We want to help students to feel at ease learn when speaking before audiences" The students at Worcester gain practice through speaking in class, at parent programs and in assemblies and dramatic perform- ances. Programs such as the Christmas Candlelight Service and the Spring Art and Music Fes- tival involve all students, pre- school through five, in perform- ances before large audiences. Young students also present to smaller audiences in events such as the grade-two Manners' Ban- quet and class plays where each student has an individual speak- public speaking skills ing role. This school year, six fifth-graders were interested in entering a speech competition. Taking on this challenge with one Continued on page 124 Worcester Continued from page 122 hoboth Beach; Amanda Phillips, Bethany Beach Grade 9 - Christopher Thomp- son, Rehoboth Beach; Grade 10 - Sara J Dudine, Bethany Beach; Mason Dyer, Ocean View; Hugh Ellison, Bethany Beach; Ashlee Vosters, Bethany Beach Grade 12 - Marissa Lucy, Bethany Beach; Thomas Palekar, Milton. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 - Aug. 14, 2003 - 123 Wilmington College to offer0000er's .ii program in organizational leadership Dr. Raj Parikh, chair of the business division at Wilmington College, has announced that the master of science in Organization- al Leadership program will start this September in Delmar. Classes will be offered on the weekends at Delmar High School. In announc- ing the program, Parikh said, "Ef- fective leadership continues to be a major need in most modern or- ganizations. Our Organizational Leadership program, offered at New Castle since 2002, has been so successful that by bringing it to the greater Salisbury area, we hope we could bring the pro- gram's benefits to a wider audi- ence." The master of science in Orga- nizational Leadership (MSOL) is an 18-month accelerated degree program that meets Fridays from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The all- inclusive tuition covers 12 three- credit courses, a laptop computer with operating software, wireless network access, modem and Mi- crosoft Office 2000. Also includ- ed are a three-day retreat, meals and refreshments, fees, and all books, readings and course mate- rials. The MSOL program focuses on developing creative and innova- tive leaders for contemporary or- ganizations, professions and com- munities. It considers the funda- mentals of leadership and how leaders create strategic advantage through shared vision and organi- zational change. Leadership fo- cuses on developing a vision, communicating it and inspiring others to follow. Because leaders must integrate ethics, self-knowl- edge, cultural sensitivity and team dynamics, the program empha- sizes developing an understanding of self as well as the organization. The MSOL program is designed to transform a high potential par- ticipant into a confidant, effective leader who can promote organiza- tional effectiveness. A distinguished Advisory Council helps to develop strategic direction for the program. The Council consists of leaders from a wide variety of organizations in- Continued on page 124 The er O0 +.=,.-o,-,..-.. OPEN HOUSE + Low Student-Teacher Ratio + Enriched, rndivlduallzed 10:00 a,B, .r....m Wed., August 13 + Devoted, Talented Staff + Students Committed to #,adem/ Than,, Aug.t 28 Excellence & Social Accountability i i + Compmr, Spenish & Mmic lmUm'tl RSVP: 856-3300 +  fromA#of SumxCo. Clam u4nlllr m ,ependeM  Servk WnWe + Before Scf & After Sdm Cm'e The .a Sd'm deesmt 41mla m Iw  af . ram, Om', ml  an. ...... rT7ril:],impl,mmn,,,mllITl-F'TFTT-gF i ...... V " ' i ]EIIImlill[I Illltillaiililllllllillllllllfl|lllHI illlIHIIRli