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-t' sin CAPE GAZETYE - Tuesday, October 17 - Thursday, October 19, 2006 - 25 Cape district honors bus drivers Cape Henlopen School District honored bus drivers in recognition of their service as the district marked National School Bus Safety Week, Oct. 15-21. Superintendent George Stone and board President Gary Wray presented Super- visor of Transportation Mark Sudimak with a resolution of respect for school bus drivers and contractors during the Thursday, Oct. 12 school board meeting. Flanked by Wray on the far left and Sudimak on the far right, Cape bus drivers (l-r) Don Mitchell, Phillip Marsh, Dick Brittingham, Robert Miller, Lisa Horsey, James Harris Sr., Tielene Aiken, and Kris Heffentrager were thanked for there service with Georflla Leonhart photo a round of applause. Submitted photo Sussex Tech studnets honored for blood drive effort Sussex Technical High School's Health Pro students were recently honored by the Blood Bank of Delmarva for collecting the most units of blood of any school in Sussex County dur- ing their blood drives last school year. Sussex Tech students donated 128 units to the cause. The next blood drive at the school Will be from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 12. Blood donation is the subject of senior Max Day's STEM (Senior Technical Exhibition of Mastery) project. Max, a senior from Georgetown, is doing research to present to Delaware legislators to consider changing the legal age of blood donors to 16 without parental consent. The age limit is currently 17. As his product for the STEM project, Max will be writing the legislative bill thatwill be presented to state officiJtis According to Max, only 6 percent of the total U.S. population donates blood. His research also reveals that only 1 percent more donors are needed to eliminate the shortage of the blood supply. If the donated blood is not used within 42 days, it must be thrown away. Needle phobias also hold people back from donating. Above, students who accepted the trophy from the Blood Bank of Delmarva are (l-r) seniors Ashley Tull of Greenwood and Ashley Stephens of Laurel, juniors Lauren Mroz of Milton and Rhonda Warrington of Bridgeville and Max. , • ,,,  , /  , •::  ,:  ...........  ............. NO MONEY DOWN MORTGAGES! • 100% - Stated Income/Stated Assets on primary, 2nd homes, YES, EVEN INVESTMENT • 100% LTV Products to $1,400,000 • Other programs up to $8,000,000 • Rates as low as 1%...Invest Your Savings RATES ARE ON THE RI REFINANCE YOU , AICJ ii!  U 1 State 1420 Coastal Highway, 1  r (7 ,q o P. I Owned & Operated by Dswere's Business WOman of the Year Licenead Broker: DE, P and MD FREEDOM! Footwear for trails, boulevards and anywhere in between, m,,w, m,,,o  H IN ! ,u00C0MFORT'00" • -=,-,-f,,','-'*,, BIIIKIEN •  ,.,. *,, ,-..r"*.*,,.,*- -1, Rehoboth Beach, DE 4551 Highway One 302-645.6590 Hunt Valley, MD Hunt Valley Towne Centre 410-329-1233 I White Marsh, MD The Avenue at White Marsh i Sanita MnallSlO " I Sussex Academy: Rated 'Superior' Four Years in a Row The Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences invites parents, guardians, and other interested persons to learn more about our unique public school opportunity for middle school students in grades 6-8 As the only charter school in Sussex County, we provide a challenging, accelerated academic curriculum based on the design principles of Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound. In order to introduce interested parents and fifth grade students to our school, we are holding the following events: • PUBLIC INFORMATION meeting at the school on November 13 and November 15, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. • SCHOOL TOURS on November 13, 14, 15, & 16, 2006 at 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, or 10:30 a.m. No appointment necessary. The APPLICATION PERIOD for incoming 6th grade students for school year 2006-2007 begins November 20, 2006 and ends January 5, 2007. Appfications are available online at www.sussexacademy.org for more information, please visit out website or email us at: . info@saas.kl2.de.us Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences 21777 Sussex Pines Road Georgetown, DE 19947 302.856.3636 -t' sin CAPE GAZETYE - Tuesday, October 17 - Thursday, October 19, 2006 - 25 Cape district honors bus drivers Cape Henlopen School District honored bus drivers in recognition of their service as the district marked National School Bus Safety Week, Oct. 15-21. Superintendent George Stone and board President Gary Wray presented Super- visor of Transportation Mark Sudimak with a resolution of respect for school bus drivers and contractors during the Thursday, Oct. 12 school board meeting. Flanked by Wray on the far left and Sudimak on the far right, Cape bus drivers (l-r) Don Mitchell, Phillip Marsh, Dick Brittingham, Robert Miller, Lisa Horsey, James Harris Sr., Tielene Aiken, and Kris Heffentrager were thanked for there service with Georflla Leonhart photo a round of applause. Submitted photo Sussex Tech studnets honored for blood drive effort Sussex Technical High School's Health Pro students were recently honored by the Blood Bank of Delmarva for collecting the most units of blood of any school in Sussex County dur- ing their blood drives last school year. Sussex Tech students donated 128 units to the cause. The next blood drive at the school Will be from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 12. Blood donation is the subject of senior Max Day's STEM (Senior Technical Exhibition of Mastery) project. Max, a senior from Georgetown, is doing research to present to Delaware legislators to consider changing the legal age of blood donors to 16 without parental consent. The age limit is currently 17. As his product for the STEM project, Max will be writing the legislative bill thatwill be presented to state officiJtis According to Max, only 6 percent of the total U.S. population donates blood. His research also reveals that only 1 percent more donors are needed to eliminate the shortage of the blood supply. If the donated blood is not used within 42 days, it must be thrown away. Needle phobias also hold people back from donating. Above, students who accepted the trophy from the Blood Bank of Delmarva are (l-r) seniors Ashley Tull of Greenwood and Ashley Stephens of Laurel, juniors Lauren Mroz of Milton and Rhonda Warrington of Bridgeville and Max. , • ,,,  , /  , •::  ,:  ...........  ............. NO MONEY DOWN MORTGAGES! • 100% - Stated Income/Stated Assets on primary, 2nd homes, YES, EVEN INVESTMENT • 100% LTV Products to $1,400,000 • Other programs up to $8,000,000 • Rates as low as 1%...Invest Your Savings RATES ARE ON THE RI REFINANCE YOU , AICJ ii!  U 1 State 1420 Coastal Highway, 1  r (7 ,q o P. I Owned & Operated by Dswere's Business WOman of the Year Licenead Broker: DE, P and MD FREEDOM! Footwear for trails, boulevards and anywhere in between, m,,w, m,,,o  H IN ! ,u00C0MFORT'00" • -=,-,-f,,','-'*,, BIIIKIEN •  ,.,. *,, ,-..r"*.*,,.,*- -1, Rehoboth Beach, DE 4551 Highway One 302-645.6590 Hunt Valley, MD Hunt Valley Towne Centre 410-329-1233 I White Marsh, MD The Avenue at White Marsh i Sanita MnallSlO " I Sussex Academy: Rated 'Superior' Four Years in a Row The Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences invites parents, guardians, and other interested persons to learn more about our unique public school opportunity for middle school students in grades 6-8 As the only charter school in Sussex County, we provide a challenging, accelerated academic curriculum based on the design principles of Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound. In order to introduce interested parents and fifth grade students to our school, we are holding the following events: • PUBLIC INFORMATION meeting at the school on November 13 and November 15, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. • SCHOOL TOURS on November 13, 14, 15, & 16, 2006 at 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, or 10:30 a.m. No appointment necessary. The APPLICATION PERIOD for incoming 6th grade students for school year 2006-2007 begins November 20, 2006 and ends January 5, 2007. Appfications are available online at www.sussexacademy.org for more information, please visit out website or email us at: . info@saas.kl2.de.us Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences 21777 Sussex Pines Road Georgetown, DE 19947 302.856.3636