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48. CAPE GAZETI, Friday, September 26 - October 1, 1998 Ang ttm photo Burrows vies for national principal honor As October approaches, Ron Burrows, principal at Cape Henlopen High School, is preparing for a national sympo- sium in Washington, D.C. Burrows will attend the confer- ence, held the first week in October, to vie for the honor of National Principal of the Year. Delaware&apos;s Association of Secondary School Principals supported Burrows as the state's Principal of the Year because of his leadership quali- ties, Cape High's accomplishments and Burrows' involve- ment in educational and civic activities. Since Burrows be- came principal, the most outstanding accomplishments at Cape High are a significantly improved attendance rate and improved discipline. Other successes include alternative scheduling, the writing improvement program, teacher train- inK, instituting the state standards and initiating the JROTC program, which now has 150 students participating. The Principal of the Year contest is sponsored annually by the National Association of Secondary Principals and Metropoli- tan Life Insurance. Comcast sponsoring interactive homework show Comcast Cablevision of Delmarva Inc. and Delaware Technical & Community College are bringing back Homework on Television for its second year. The show, which began airing Monday, Sept. 21, runs from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., on Channel 25, in Sussex County. After Sept. 29, the program will move to Channel 4. Homework on Television allows students to call in for help with homework. Teachers and older students answer the homework ques- tions. Along with homework assistance, students who watch the show will have an opportunity to solve a variety of brain teasers and give respons- es to various questions and surveys. ENGLISH IMPROVEMENT SERIF (NO, 13) EXAMPLES: How much huther do we have to drive? The stock market rose farth today than yesterday. The river  farth than the bddge. , I EXAMPLES: Let's go into the question luther. Bob is fuher ahead with his thesis than Susie is. Fuher debate would be useless. THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR THEIR SUPPORT: I i!ii!i00Ti!iiii!iii iiii0000!00 g}iiii!ii00i4i!Tiil i7!i i,,l!ii:i i iiii] i-iiiiiiif{iii !iii77fiTi!iTifiifTiiTi{'iffiffiifT!{iTf iifi{7 f f -  i17 :ifg GET OUt YOUR PENCIL NOW, CHECK THE CORRECT lNill, EXAMPLES: Don't build the dock out any further ( ) farther ( v' ). We'll discuss the details of the sale furthtr(  ) farther (). 1. Her ticket takes her no further ( ) farther ( ) than Boston. 2. They investigated the matter no further ( ) farther (). 3. Please plant the trees further ( ) farther ( ) apart. 4. A good turnout will help them further ( ) farther (). 5. Follow the path furthest ( ) farthest ( ) from the house. Answers: 1 - hulher; 2 - further; 3 - hulher; 4 - ; 5 - farthest I)el Tech now offering online computer classe; Those who have a computer with Internee access and an e-mail account may want to investigate online computer classes offered by Del T ech, Owens campus. Subjects covered include every- thing from beginning keyboarding to creating advanced Web pages, and students can complete all the classwork from the convenience of their home or office. Courses Band Continued from page 47 Meal sold on Saturday, Sept. 26; Celsius Restaurant, Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, 10 per- cent of all sales from 5 to 9 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 27; Capriotti's on Long Neck Road, 10 percent of to- tal day's sales, Friday, Oct. 2; and The Buttery, Second Street, Lewes, a special dinner at $30 per person, including gratuity, Wednesday, Oct. 7, with reserva- tions through 645-6451, with a portion of the proceeds donated. Charms from the Bellinger's Jew- eler's Cape Henlopen Collextion are being raffled Friday, Oct. 9,, with tickets available from any music student. Mare's Bears Quilt Shop is raffling a handmade angel quilt and tickets are available from music students or at 645-5260. An Autumn Craft Fair is slated will be delivered in an online in- teractive format via the Internet. Classes include Intro to PC Trou- bleshooting, Quicken for Win- dows and Intro to Quickbooks. Registration is accepted up to the Friday after the start date. Other offerings include Creating Web Pages and Microsoft Frontpage 98, Sept. 30 - Nov. 6; Intro to Mi- crosoft Word and Intro to Mi- I for Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Cape Henlopen High School cafeteria and vendors are sought. To re- serve a spot, call 947-1789. The next meeting of the Cape Henlopen Music Boosters will be held at 7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 28, crosoft Excel, Oct. 7 - Nov. 13; Into to PC Troubleshooting and Beginning Keyboarding, OCt. 14 - Nov. 20; Advanced Web Pages, Oct. 21 - Nov. 27; and Intermedi- ate Microsoft Excel, Intermediate Microsoft Word and WordPerfect, OCt. 28 - Dec. 4. The fee for each course is $68. For more information, or to reg- ister, call 854-6966. I at the high school and all parents and students are urged to attend. Anyone wishing to make a contri- bution may contact Lynn Misener at 644-2772. The Web site may be visited at <www/geocities.c om/Heartland/Praire/8792>. BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Account Executive, Investments Certified Financial Planner Call for E'.ase For Equities" (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 CAPE HENLOPEN HIGH SCHOOL --... ..... ^ M00USlC PROGR00 TRIp TO-I/00i350,750 LON ON is0000,00oo, ' UPCOMING EVENTS McDonalds Day - Saturday, 26th. McDonalds at Midway will donate $1.00 for every Value Meal sold. Car Wash - Sunday, 27th at Webster's Furniture. 12-4. Restaurant Nights - 9/27/98 Celsius Restaurant will donate 10% of sales from 5-9 p.m.. 10/2/98 Cepdotti's on Long Neck Road will donate 100 of the total day's sales. 10/7/98 The Buttery in Lewes. $30.00 per person inclusive of gratuity, reservations are required and must be made by calling Bafoara Vugdnec at 645-6451. A portion of the proceeds will be donated. Y Work - Studants rxd for yard ,k proiects, comct Mrs. C at 945-155S. Remembar, mony that is gnrated goes tly into studont account yone in e has yard work to ba o shouU =;o o Mrs. Ck. Autumn Craft Fair - Oclo 24th atthe Cape Henlopen High School Cafeteri Vendors pleese call Marge Gordon at 947-1789 to reser/e your spot. cure  - Handmada. Sp0nsxed by "Mare's Bears Oum Shop." For tickets contact any band or chorus member or Unda Beebe at 645-5260. Bellingec's Jewelers "Cape ttenlopon UghthouN Collection" Raffle - Charms will be raffled individually, for tickets see any music student. $200,000 We are still collecting Aluminum Cans which can be deposited in the $100 000 trailer in the parking lot of the Cape Henlopen High School. # Pirate's Cove Eddie's Surfside Treats Jake's Seafood House Restaurant Graves Uniforms Windsor's Flowers Colliers Trim Shop Inc. 'Hailer & Hudson Groome United Methodist Church First State Manufactured Housing Hazel D. Bnttngham Dts. Timolt/& Nancy Targett T. Bishoff  Grange #2o ParsaiI Funeral Homes Surfsi'Grill & Apartments Casapulla's South Inc. Accounting & Bookkeeping Service P.A. The Saxon Swan Joss Kiwanis Club of Rehoboth Beach Lewes Lion's Club Dr. & Mrs. V. Raman Sukumar Rehoboth Barber Shop Inc. Ga Downes Mictaete J. Barnes Louzetta L. Morris Caroline Domvan & Lewe= Midge School The Cape Gazette If you would like to make a contribution o If you need any addltlonal information on any of the events, pieane call Lynn Mlsoner st 644-2772. his =dig =e is mo W Pme Fumr Hors md'e Ca G=e,e. Please visit our Web Site://wwt.gesdlim.conVaalandtPrairie/87/index.hlml