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18 - CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Nov. 18, 2004 Submitted photo Cape High teacher visits Sussex Tech media center Cape Henlopen High School teacher Barry Beckett, left, recently visited the Media Broad- casting Communications Technology at Sussex Technical High School to gain some insight in- to the instruction needed for his video production course at Cape. Beckett has been employed by the Cape Henlopen School District for 10 years and is chairman of the Technology Educa- tion and Family and Consumer Science Department. This is the first year he has taught the video class. Shown during a brainstorming session with Beckett are Sussex Tech media in- structor Gary Conaway and Sussex Tech seniors Brett Carpenter, Milford; Aimee Mankins, Laurel; and partially hidden is Ashlyn Johnson, Milford. Westbrook Wilmington College has appointed Denise Z. Westbrook of Lewes to assistant professor of nurs- ing at the college's Georgetown site. Westbrook is a summa cum laude graduate of Wilmington College's master of science in nursing program. She completed the program in 2002 with a per- fect 4.0 GPA. She also received the college's Master of Science in Nursing Award for overall excel- lence. Westbrook's undergraduate de- grees are from Wilmington College and Beebe School of Nursing. At Beebe, Westbrook received the Faculty Award, the Beebe Medical Center's joins Wilmington College staff Nurse Management Award, the Beebe Medical Cen- ter Auxiliary Award and the Special Olympics Volun- teer Award. In addition to her degrees, Westbrook holds a cer- tificate as a nationally certified Legal Nurse Consul- tant from the Medical-Legal Consulting Institute and completed the Ambulatory Surgery Administrator Certificate Program of the American Association of Operating Room Nurses. In October 2003, Westbrook accepted a position as director of Nursing Services at the Southern WESTBROOK Delaware Surgery Center. She maintained a casual employment relationship with Beebe's Women's Health Pavilion as a regis- tered nurse and has provided consultant services for DZW Consultants. CAREER -FAIR Partnership Center THURSDAY [-- November 18, 2004 4:30-6:30PM Meet Representatives from Top Organizations! _J Bring several copies of your resume and dress to impress! W Wilmington College Georgetown, DE www.wilmcoll.edu For more information: contact Katie Henw @ 1-877-WORKING Wilson attends seminar Dr. Jacquelyn Owens Wilson of Frankford, coordinator of Gradu- ate Education Programs at Wilm- ington College was the sole Delaware representative to an in- vitation-only seminar in Louisville, Ky. last month. Wilson is an Indian River High School graduate and daughter of the late Jack Owens, namesake and past campus director of Delaware Technical and Commu- nity College's Owens Campus in Georgetown. She was appointed to her present post after serving as Directorof Professional Account- ability with the Delaware Depart- ment of Education. Wilson was invited to present at the seminar bY the Hechinger In- stitute of Teachers College of Co- lumbia University in New York City. The title of the seminar was The Role of Principals and Superin- tendents in Raising Student Achievement. This was the sec- ond in a series of invitation-only seminars for reporters in the Mid- Atlantic Region, the Midwest and West aimed at helping them judge the performance of superintend- ents and principals with authority. The seminar was funded by the Wallace Foundation, also located in New York City The invitation to Wilson came from the Wallace Foundation at the suggestion of Dr. Joseph Mur- phy, professor at Vanderbilt Uni- versity and cochairman of the In- terstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium, an organization which has established standards for the licensing of school leaders. Wilson has worked with Murphy, as well as the Wallace Foundation on issues of school leadership both while she was principal of the Lord Baltimore Elementary School in Ocean View and the DOE. ESL registration dates set Registration for the next session of ESL classes at the Lutheran Churctr of Our Savior will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 9 and from 9 a.m. to noOn, Saturday, Dec. 11, at the church. There is no charge for the classes, but a fee of $25 must be paid at the time of registration. Classes will begin Monday, Jan. 3 and will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays and Thursdays and from 5 to 7 p.m., the same days. There will also be a class from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturdays. Lessons for all classes will be offered for all non-English speaking students, beginners as well as more ad- vanced students. Students for this session will not be accepted after Jan. 29. No student will receive a certifi- cate of achievement unless her or she attends at least 70 percent of the classes. All classes will be held at the Lutheran church of Our Savior, locate(t at 7 Bay Vista Road, Re- hoboth Beach, behind Big Fish Grill. Name Number attending FRESH WREATH \\; DEMONSTRATION Tuesday, November 30th Demonstrations Times: 11:00 - 1:00 - 3:00 In support of Lewes in Bloom You and a friend are invited to the Cadbury Information Center, 1000 Kings Highway, to learn festive decorating tips for the Holidays. Door Prizes and Refreshments compliments of Cadbury at Lewes The Registration Fee of $25.00 per person supports Lewes in Bloom and includes a 20" live wreath for you to take home. Yes, L/We would like to attend. Name Phone Phone Time selected Total Checks are to be made payable to Lewes in Bloom Mail your registration form w/check to: Lewes in Bloom P.O. Box 308, Lewes, DE 19958 is limited. For T""Tir]-T" " "rg" .... Tll[rll]] lm]llll'l[! ' [ TT r I .... ," "! " ........ T 'r II]llill/llF ! 11 1 II 11' I-T! ITVTllllTlillllllllHIgllllllill'IflllrTr! liT! " I r , .... |Hr, qTTTI, IITIF,IITr,I-TI-T! 18 - CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Nov. 18, 2004 Submitted photo Cape High teacher visits Sussex Tech media center Cape Henlopen High School teacher Barry Beckett, left, recently visited the Media Broad- casting Communications Technology at Sussex Technical High School to gain some insight in- to the instruction needed for his video production course at Cape. Beckett has been employed by the Cape Henlopen School District for 10 years and is chairman of the Technology Educa- tion and Family and Consumer Science Department. This is the first year he has taught the video class. Shown during a brainstorming session with Beckett are Sussex Tech media in- structor Gary Conaway and Sussex Tech seniors Brett Carpenter, Milford; Aimee Mankins, Laurel; and partially hidden is Ashlyn Johnson, Milford. Westbrook Wilmington College has appointed Denise Z. Westbrook of Lewes to assistant professor of nurs- ing at the college's Georgetown site. Westbrook is a summa cum laude graduate of Wilmington College's master of science in nursing program. She completed the program in 2002 with a per- fect 4.0 GPA. She also received the college's Master of Science in Nursing Award for overall excel- lence. Westbrook's undergraduate de- grees are from Wilmington College and Beebe School of Nursing. At Beebe, Westbrook received the Faculty Award, the Beebe Medical Center's joins Wilmington College staff Nurse Management Award, the Beebe Medical Cen- ter Auxiliary Award and the Special Olympics Volun- teer Award. In addition to her degrees, Westbrook holds a cer- tificate as a nationally certified Legal Nurse Consul- tant from the Medical-Legal Consulting Institute and completed the Ambulatory Surgery Administrator Certificate Program of the American Association of Operating Room Nurses. In October 2003, Westbrook accepted a position as director of Nursing Services at the Southern WESTBROOK Delaware Surgery Center. She maintained a casual employment relationship with Beebe's Women's Health Pavilion as a regis- tered nurse and has provided consultant services for DZW Consultants. CAREER -FAIR Partnership Center THURSDAY [-- November 18, 2004 4:30-6:30PM Meet Representatives from Top Organizations! _J Bring several copies of your resume and dress to impress! W Wilmington College Georgetown, DE www.wilmcoll.edu For more information: contact Katie Henw @ 1-877-WORKING Wilson attends seminar Dr. Jacquelyn Owens Wilson of Frankford, coordinator of Gradu- ate Education Programs at Wilm- ington College was the sole Delaware representative to an in- vitation-only seminar in Louisville, Ky. last month. Wilson is an Indian River High School graduate and daughter of the late Jack Owens, namesake and past campus director of Delaware Technical and Commu- nity College's Owens Campus in Georgetown. She was appointed to her present post after serving as Directorof Professional Account- ability with the Delaware Depart- ment of Education. Wilson was invited to present at the seminar bY the Hechinger In- stitute of Teachers College of Co- lumbia University in New York City. The title of the seminar was The Role of Principals and Superin- tendents in Raising Student Achievement. This was the sec- ond in a series of invitation-only seminars for reporters in the Mid- Atlantic Region, the Midwest and West aimed at helping them judge the performance of superintend- ents and principals with authority. The seminar was funded by the Wallace Foundation, also located in New York City The invitation to Wilson came from the Wallace Foundation at the suggestion of Dr. Joseph Mur- phy, professor at Vanderbilt Uni- versity and cochairman of the In- terstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium, an organization which has established standards for the licensing of school leaders. Wilson has worked with Murphy, as well as the Wallace Foundation on issues of school leadership both while she was principal of the Lord Baltimore Elementary School in Ocean View and the DOE. ESL registration dates set Registration for the next session of ESL classes at the Lutheran Churctr of Our Savior will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 9 and from 9 a.m. to noOn, Saturday, Dec. 11, at the church. There is no charge for the classes, but a fee of $25 must be paid at the time of registration. Classes will begin Monday, Jan. 3 and will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays and Thursdays and from 5 to 7 p.m., the same days. There will also be a class from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturdays. Lessons for all classes will be offered for all non-English speaking students, beginners as well as more ad- vanced students. Students for this session will not be accepted after Jan. 29. No student will receive a certifi- cate of achievement unless her or she attends at least 70 percent of the classes. All classes will be held at the Lutheran church of Our Savior, locate(t at 7 Bay Vista Road, Re- hoboth Beach, behind Big Fish Grill. Name Number attending FRESH WREATH \\; DEMONSTRATION Tuesday, November 30th Demonstrations Times: 11:00 - 1:00 - 3:00 In support of Lewes in Bloom You and a friend are invited to the Cadbury Information Center, 1000 Kings Highway, to learn festive decorating tips for the Holidays. Door Prizes and Refreshments compliments of Cadbury at Lewes The Registration Fee of $25.00 per person supports Lewes in Bloom and includes a 20" live wreath for you to take home. Yes, L/We would like to attend. Name Phone Phone Time selected Total Checks are to be made payable to Lewes in Bloom Mail your registration form w/check to: Lewes in Bloom P.O. Box 308, Lewes, DE 19958 is limited. For T""Tir]-T" " "rg" .... Tll[rll]] lm]llll'l[! ' [ TT r I .... ," "! " ........ T 'r II]llill/llF ! 11 1 II 11' I-T! ITVTllllTlillllllllHIgllllllill'IflllrTr! liT! " I r , .... |Hr, qTTTI, IITIF,IITr,I-TI-T!