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124 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 -Aug. 14, 2003 Briefl,: Submitted photo Sussex Tech Principal Sandra Walls-Culotte accepts the Delaware SkilIsUSA-VICA Leadership Excellence Award from National Director Timothy Lawrence. Others in photo are: back left, J.D. Taylor, Sussex Tech advisor; Ray Woods, Delaware SkilIsUSA.VICA Student of the Year;, and Ashlyn Johnson, state vice president. Cape high freshman picnic set for Aug. 21 All freshmen, new students and parents are invited to attend Oper- ation H.E.L.L.O (High School, Effort, Leads to, Lifelong, Oppor- tunities), a picnic set for 10:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 21, at the Ninth Grade Campus, locat- ed at 820 Savannah Road, the site of the former Lewes Middle School. This will be an opportunity for all incoming students to get ac- quainted with each other and be- drama club for 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Throughout his four years, he was involved in other community service activities and student or- ganizations. Over the next five years, Nainani will be working towards a Ph.D.. in mathematics at North- western University, for which he has received a fellowship valued at more than $130,000, including free tuition and a living stipend. After attaining his doctorate, he plans to teach mathematics at the university level. Nai is the son of Mack and Meenaalnani and a 1999 gradu- ate Cape Henlopen High SchoJ,?, Gary and Carlyn Bailey of Re- hoboth, a sophomore majoring in psychology and a 2002 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School; Andrea Fleming, the daughter of James and Diane Fleming of Mil- ford, a graduate of Milford High School and a sophomore human development and learning major; and Emily Schoenfelder, daughter of Theresa Layton of Lewes, 2001 graduate of Milford High School and a junior international rela- tions major at the college. Apprenticeship training registration set at Tech Sussex Tech Adult Education Division will be conducting new Sussex Tech receives o. co, and successful student orientations for its Trades at Cape Healopen High School in BI['S Ktwood . • Apprenticeship Training starting . . :es, : :-, . * - , s setsrcunion' , A,e, 18. , :ESA00 1 d hi .o, .. .. .... ...... ., ......... :, ..... :' . , - - P . soctate priffctpa! Jeff COhr0d at * - " "" :'" "lit, uto .... !siE al ,: .- Sl!sse!.,. !cal ,ghl School :Go kl,:.,Am.:,.l 0#NI, H .mTbc.fl : ......  .... ' ,. " :' : .... ' d invi"" o- " : , InaL ......... . ,,. • ,* : :students hom..freum the . 000€  :.,,.: , -.,- :'"::..'-.; .... :, '--t,,:" : ,- .... ,,.  .:" , ......... , - • • , z " ,, ...... . , • -o: ,,,. ..... ,p. -: . -, .. ......... 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Also, the Delaware SkilIsUSA-VICA or- ganization will be led in 2003-04 by Sussex Tech students Lindsey Shipley of Harbeson serving as president and Ashlyn Johnson of Milford serving as vice president. Other local Sussex Tech stu- dents receiving state awards in- cluded the following individuals: Pin Design - Bronze: Candy Wise, Lincoln Cabinetmaking - Gold: Walter Wilson, Lewes, $2,000 scholar- ship. Commercial Photography: Worcester Continued from page 123 week to prepare, they formed a team and worked through their re- cess periods, after school and sometimes lunch periods learning the skills of writing speeches, speech memorization and speech presentation. They practiced skills of correct enunciation, vocal qual- ity, use of gestures and interaction with audiences. Although they knew they'd be competing against older students, they were determined to learn their speeches and present them. I Wilmington Continued from page 123 cluding manufacturing, govern- ment, military, nonprofit and serv- ice industries. The 36-credit hour program in- cludes courses in leadership foun- dations; group processes and fa- cilitation skills; communication for leaders; leadership and peo- ple; decision making for leaders; legal and ethical aspects of organ- Diesel Equipment Tech: Gold: Connor Pavlik, Lewes $20,950 in scholarships. Electronics Tech: Bronze: Ben Galvacky, Lewes $2,000 in schol- arships. Marine Service Tech: Gold - Travis Taylor, Milton, $2,000 scholarship; Bronze - Danny Pret- tyman, Lewes $1,000 scholarship. Television (Video) Production: Gold - Briana Rovinskie, Lewes $2,000 scholarship. Principles of Technology: Sil- ver - Robert Belknap, Lewes. Opening and closing cere- monies: Silver - Lisa Carlisle, Milton; Bronze: Dana Waiters, Rehoboth, Pamela Merritt, Lewes. Quiz Bowl: Silver - Mike Danz, Rehoboth "It was really fun," said fifth- grade student Chase Harmon of Rehoboth Beach. All six students on the team de- livered their speeches at the Opti- mist Oratorical Competition held at Stephen Decatur Middle School in April. "As I listened to them deliver their speeches" said teacher Kirn Law, "I thought about what a wonderful opportunity it is for these children to learn about pub- lic speaking now. As they grow up, they won't be afraid to spek before audiences." All six stay they are ready to take on the chad- lenge again next year. izations; performance measure- ment and control; marketing amd event management; organizatiom- al reality; organizational develolp- ment and change; high perforrm- ance teams; and crafting the fm- ture. Classes are now forming for September. For more information, contact Dr. Bob Edelson, coordi- nator of weekend graduate pro- grams, at (302) 328-9401, Ext. 319, 877-WORKING, Ext. 319 or redel @ in mathematics with honors to Ajay Nalnani of Lewes. The con- vocation ceremony took place outdoors June 14 in Harper Quad- rangle. During college, Nainani consis- tently made the dean's list. In his first year at the university, he vol- unteered at Ray School, a neigh- borhood middle school, running a Area students earn honors at Lynchburg Three local students earned honorable mention dean's list for the spring semester at Lynchburg College, a private college in cen- tral Virginia. The Students are: Brittany Bailey, daughter of class registration is open only once per year. State registered apprentices must have a copy of their current apprenticeship contract with them when they register for classes at Sussex Tech to receive tuition free enrollment. Call 856-9035 to schedule an orientation date. * Day and evening danes to fit busy schedules * Added flexibility through Intemet, CD-ROM, and videotaped courses • On-site academic advisement and career counseling Bachelor's Deree Oppertunitle: • Criminal Justice • General Agriculture • Elementary Teacher Education Courses toward an Engineering Technology degree also are available in Southern Delaware. 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