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46 -CAPE GAZETTE, Friday,Septemi)er 26- October 2,1997 Associate nursing degree program seeks applicants The Nursing Department at Delaware Technicai & Community Col- lege, Owens Campus, is accepting applications for admission to the sec- ond-level Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) day program. The program allows licensed practical nurses (LPNs), who have graduated from an approved practical nursing program, to complete an ADN program leading to RN licensure. Applicants who have never taken the Delaware Tech College Place- ment Test and the NLN-RN exam must take them in order to be admit- ted. Contact Student Services at 856-5400, Ext. 601 to schedule an ex- am time. recognition The RSPTO recognized three very special people during the Rehoboth Ele- mentary School open house held Sept. 17. At left, is for- mer RES principal O.D. Basinski, who received a plaque for many years of de- voted service to the RES chil. dren, having served in the school from 1979 to 1997, when he was appointed the Cape district's director of in- struction. With him is Laura Trethewey, who also re- ceived a plaque for outstand- ing service, as cafeteria man- ager, having manned the cafeteria since 1970. Above, RES teacher of the Year Charlene Wells, is sur- rounded by past and present students (front row, l-r)  Sloan Oeonnll, Shannon Lovett, Kelsey Buchanan and Jim Vanaski; (middle row) Ellise Blair, Christina Lingo, Jillian Frederick, Amber Parker and Paige Townsend; (back row) Gregory Blair, Alex Lotscher, Sarah Sapien- za, Chrissy Buchanan, Robert Ian Evans and John- ny Sapienza. IJc.00l Tech o:ft5 rs ,aefensive (lr:i00ing courses in fall You've heard the stories about the "new" aggressive drivers. Add that factor to the already chal- lenging task of driving on today's roads - what can you do to be pre- pared? The solution: enroll in a Defen- sive Driving course or an Ad- vanced Defensive Driving course offered on Saturdays or during the week at Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens Campus, Georgetown. The Defensive Driving course focuses on basic instruction in recognizing hazards, understand- ing the defense, acting correctly and timely, and current traffic reg- ulations. Upon successful comple- tion of the six-hour course, partic- ipants are eligible for a 10 percent reduction in the liability part of their auto insurance for three years, and a three-point credit on their driving record. Defensive Driving meets Satur- day, Sept. 27, 9 a:m. to 4 p.m. or Nov. 17 and 19, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. for a fee of $30. Advanced Defensive Driving is a refresher course for people who wish to renew their insurance dis- count three years after taking the basic course. The three-hour course coaches the experienced driver and promotes renewed awareness of driving situations. This class meets Saturday, Oct. 4 from 9 a.m. to noon or Oct. 29, 6i30 to 9:30 p.m. for a fee of $25. For more information, or to reg- ister, call 856-5400, Ext. 226. Learn to "surf the net" in Del Tech course Learn to surf the Internet, pub- lish a web page and use computer- assisted design software at Delaware Tech's Computer Insti- tute this fall. "Introduction to the Internet" is an entry-level course for Win- dow users which provides an overview of Internet services and resources, the history and future of the Internet and how to get con- nected. The class meets on Saturday, Sept. 27 andSaturday, Oct. 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for $85; and on Tuesday/Thursday, Oct. 14-23, from 9 a.m. to noon for seniors. "Navigating the Internet" teaches more experienced stu- dents how to use Netscape soft- ware to find and use information on the Internet. Meeting times are Mondays/Wednesdays, Oct. 13- 22, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. for $85. "Web Publishing: HTML Ba- sics" introduces HyperText Markup Language and its use in creating and formatting web pages, including use of text, graphics, animation and sounds. The class meets Mondays/ Wednesdays, Oct. 27-Nov. 5, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. The fee is $85. "Intro to AutoCAD" covers hardware/software fundamentals, how to draw,accurately, drawing annotation/management, and the latest 3D modeling and visualizl- tion techniques. The 10-session course meets Thursdays, Oct. 9-Dec. 18, from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. The fee is $120. For more information on these and other computer classes being offered at Delaware Tech, call 856-5400, Ext. 226. "When I go to colleg I'm going 1 read all about home in the Cape Gazei00|;e." Going off to college can be exciting and frightening. Remind-ybur son or daughter every week that home tuffMr0vides a good anchorage. A subscription to the Cape Gazette is like a letter from home e week. .----------------------------------------------.  ..... 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