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38 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, November 8 - November 14, 1996 Wilmington College class joins in recycling efforts Students in Thalia Fishers Environmental Science class at Wilmington College in George- town stand behind recyclables which they collected as an assignment during a recent eight- week clas They include (l-r) Carrie Magathath Laurel; Erieka MeCray, Selbyville; Vernetta Swarm, Millsboro; Mike Cleaveland, Bridgeville; Rick Lane, Milford; and Stephanie Baker, Milford. Missing is Janet Watson of Ellendale. Wilmington College is a private four-year college accredited by the Middle States Associa- tion of Colleges and Schools, with over 20 degree programs availabl Runge named Wilmington College Master of Science program manager Norman H. Runge, Ph.D., has master's de- years.He started his Air Force ca- been promoted to program man- ager for the Master of Science Management programs at Wilm- ington College. In addition, he has taken on the role of academic advisor to the college's business division students at its George- town site. Runge holds a bachelor of sci- ence degree in history and politi- cal science from the University of Nebraska, an M.P.S. degree from Auburn in political science, a gree in educa- tion from Troy State University and a Ph.D. in political sci- ence from the University of Delaware. He is a re- RUNGE tired colonel from the United States Air Force where he served for nearly 35 reer as an aircraft mechanic and after completing pilot training, spent time as a commander/staff officer of air traffic control and communications units, as an intel- ligence officer and a member of the Air University faculty where he taught the fundamentals of management. Runge has spent eight years with Wilmington Col- lege, two as an instructor in the aviation program and six as avia- tion program coordinator. The Sussex Famb YMC,00 ' Buildino strong children, 00'00'00fam00ies and communities00'00 j Choice applications now available in Cape School choice applications are now available for the 1997-98 school year. Parents desiring to enroll their children under the school choice program must sub- mit their applications to the school district they would like their chil- dren to attend no later than Jan. 10, 1997. The deadline for kindergarten applications is May 1, 1997. In June of 1995, Delaware's General Assembly passed legislation giving parents the right to apply to enroll their children in any public school in Delaware. In the 1996-97 school year, the first year this option was available, 6,157 applications were received, and 88 percent of those students were placed "in the school of their choice. Tbe 1997-98 ap- plications€printed in both English and Spanish, are available in all district offices, non-public schools, charter schools and pub- lic libraries. For additional infor- mation, call the Cape Henlopen ogy. In order to spread the word and assist student teams in their creations; the Olobal SchoolNet Foundation, a non-profit educa- tional organization, will conduct free workshops throughout the country. These trainings are de- signed for students and their adult coaches.Training will be offered at Milford High School on Sun- day, Nov. 10 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Awards for ThinkQuest can total more than $I million in cash and scholarships. For more informa- tion contact Dave McClintock at (302) 739-4692. Free Internet training offered at Cape The Cape Henlopen School Dis- trict is offering a free course to the public on Tuesday, Nov. 12 from 7 to 8:30 the Cape Hen- lopen High School Little Theater entitled Introduction to the Inter- net. The course demonstrates to beginners how to access the Inter- net and locate available resources. The demonstration will be fol- lowed by a question and answer session. Further classes will be of_ fered and sign ups will follow the demonstration. School District at64.5-6686.. , . . Sussex Tech: to h01d ThinkQuest '97 training at Milford High Nov. 10 ThinkQuest, an interactive and educational contest will be com- ing to Delaware again this year. All students between the ages of 12-18 may enter this $1,000,000 competition by bringing their studies to life via Interact technol- craft show Nov. 23 The Sussex Technical High School Class of 1988 is sponsor- ing a craft show on Saturday, Nov. 23 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Sussex Tech's cafeteria. Public admission is $1, however, chil- dren aged 12 and under will be ad- mitted free of charge. ENGLISH IMPROVEMENT SERIES (NO. 1) xl/ persons or things. • She owns a good car. • Jack is a good computer operator. • They are good managers. ..,when you specify how persons or things act. • She drives well. • Jack operates a computer well. • They manage well on his salary. Good , an adjective, usually precedes the noun (a good speaker). "Well ", an adverb, generally follows the verb (he speaks well). Now test yourself. Check the correct box. Example: The children got along very good  well . 1. Nan did good O well  in real estate. Wh eIl? me 2. He held up well  good O under pressure. 'qxea]y' it t  3. They could not hear good  well Q. in an adJiye 4. The new store should do well O good . I 5. Our horse ran good O well D today. Answers: All are "well" Upgrade your English, your job, your future Prepared by Ward Holm Taazer Associates. Complete set of 25 Grammar Guides attractively bound with index. Available at the Cape Gazette office." Shoppes of Camelot, Route 1, Rehoboth Beach 226-2273 • Space courtesy of the Cape Gazette.