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22 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, November 14 - November 16, 2006 The Jefferson School students pay a visit to the national aquarium Almost the entire student body (pictured right) of The Jefferson School attended a recent field trip to The National Aquarium in Baltimore, Md. Below, Robert Van Pelt, 8, is mesmerized by the fluid movements of this beautiful sea turtle. SCHOOL & t00DUCATION Submitted photos At right Primary Two students Zachary Gelof and Vanessa Richardson take in another marine exhibit. Steven Billups photo Cape Henlopen High School High School Heros Junior Achievement Service Learning Program receives a check for $10,000 check at the high school Tuesday, Oct. 31. On hand for the check presentation, standing in back are (l-r) transition counselor Mike Firch, guidance counselor Carol Warrington, students Steven Thorp, Robert Brisco, Stefan Fitzgerald and Amy Walsh. In front Allstate agent Melissa Campbell, students Alexandra Campbell, Maureen Donahue, Katie Coverdale, Rebecca Slocum, Chrissy Beckman, Corey Galbreath and Junior Achievement program coordinator Lucille Morris. Junior Achievement presents $10,000 check The All State Foundation recently awarded $10,000 to Junior Achievement of Delaware to help education programs that prepare Delaware high school stu- dents for economic success and to appreciate the free enterprise sys- tem. The check was presented Oct. 31 during a ceremony at Cape Henlopen High School. A portion of the funding will go toward Economics for Success, a financial literacy program for middle schoolers. The other portion will go to High School Heroes, a program that allows high school teens to volunteer their time in local ele- mentary schools, teaching the Junior Achievement programs to younger children. "The All State Foundation is so pleased to present this check to Junior Achievement of Delaware," said Patty VanLammeren, field vice presi- dent of All State, Capital Region. "It represents a continuation of Allstate's commitment to eco- nomic education in Delaware. Helping to educate students about the free enterprise system rein- forces a path to economic empow- erment, one of Allstate's commu- nity commitments." Participating in the ceremony were Delaware Allstate Agent Melissa Campbell, Michael Firch of Cape Henlopen School District and Lucille Morris of Junior Achievement of Delaware.