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46 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 Rosanne Pack photos Bus safety lessons park at H.O. Brittingham School Second- and third.grade students at H.O.B. finish a session on school bus safety presented by Delaware State Police Det. Mark Ostroski, right, as Marian Atterberry, left, prepares to lead them back to their teachers. Other teachers who participated in the school bus safety program are Lynn Buck, Anne Johnson, Marilyn Davis, Frank O&apos;Connor and Angle Biller. At right, Delaware State Police Officer Mark Ostroski brings a message of school bus safety and good behavior to students at H.O. Britting- ham Elementary School last week. Teacher Marian Atter- berry, right, listens as he boards a bus to give informa- tion and answer questions. The students all practiced boarding and exiting the bus. They were reminded to walk in single file without push- ing, remain in their seats un- til time to leave the bus, Hs- ten to the bus driver and to treat others courteously. Os- troski also agreed with one student wo pointed out that ctsing on the bus is not a gobd g. HOB'CAM was up and 00nning for00encan EducAtion Week In honor of American Educa- tion Week, Nov. 16-20, H.O.Brit- tingham Elementary School, in conjunction with the Capital School District Challenge Grant, sponsored HOB-CAM. Each day, a camera was placed in a different classroom of the school. Viewers were abletdtake a peek into the excltmg.learmng going on the classr0oms.., " " The Htrk;t0:Jtlie H.O.B. Web page i ? is '<ttp://bes.cape. de.ghtspan.nt>. From there, follow the Iink to the "Live HOB- CAM" This project was Undertaken by Cathy Petitgout, <cpetitg@ den.kl2.de.us>. The project grew from the school's desire to con- nect the home and the school through technology. As Petigout said, "We have a number of par- ents who are unable to visit the school for American Education Week. "Using this technology is a great way to enable some of those parents to stop in 'virtually' to see the exciting things going on in our school." The Capital School District In- terative Educational Television Consortium is a federally funded mentary joined the grant last year challenge grant, as part of the Round 3 schools The purpose of the five-year Questions regarding the grant grant is to "Bridge Homes and can be directed to Dr. Bill Schools" through the use of tech- McGlumphy <wmcglum@ nology. H.O. Brittingham Ele- den.kl2.de.us>. Kenton nominated for honorary FFA degree Harvey Kenton of Milford has been nominated by the Future Farmers of America (FFA) to receive the National FFA Organization's honorary American FFA degree. Kenton was nominated .for the degree by the Delaware FFA Association, and the nomination was approved by the national board of directors at its recent meeting in Indianapolis. The honorary American FFA degree, the highest honorary degree pre- sented by the organization, recognizes those who are helping advance agricultural education and the FFA and who have rendered outstanding service. Kenton, one of only 132 nominated nationally to receive the de- gree, has been involved in the Delaware FFA Association for 23 years. During that time, Kenton has served on local and state advisory commit- tees; judged local, state and national contests; donated fertilizer, seed and herbicides for chapter test plots; and assisted FFA graduates to get into college. i to be in the gallery by Dec. 1. The JLJll llli'Y]F':S'J'l|alt" r public is invited to stop by Athena's Attic in Fenwick Village and vote for their favorite bag dur- Continued from page 45 ing the first two weeks of Decem- Mott-Lynn's class at the Southern ber. Delaware School for the Arts. The For more information, call Deb partnership may be expanded to Schiffer, Indian River School Dis- include all district schools in the trict Partnership coordinator, at future. 436-1000, or Beverly Stewart at The finished bags are expected Athena's Attic, 539-2255. Delaware Music School spotlights faculty membe s One of the biggest chal- lenges the Delaware Mu- sic School faces is matching quality faculty members to the needs of the communi- HUDSON ty. School of- ficials seek out the best teachers in the region to provide instruction to area students. Two of those facul- ty members are Rick Hud- son and Brian Smith. Hudson, originally from Savan- nah, Ga., teaches gui- tar, banjo, harmonica SMITH and autoharp. He has played in folk and acoustic music venues up and down the Continued on: page 47 I-- .........  Dec. 10 Onh/ ......... "1 :JUST4,MENTIO N THIS AD: i specml sav, ngs of i ::10%0 :All Toys g Gifts' * ,' 'ETCH I I I I I I I I I I I In. in this offer. I FALL CLEARANCE 30% OFF ALL FALL 1998 MERCHANDISE Excluding Holiday and Cruise NOVEMBER 27- DECEMBER 7 Special Holiday Horn NOVEMBER 27 and 28- 8 A.M.- 9 P.M. IANT SIZES 3"24 MOS.. GIRLS SIZES 2T-16. BOYS SIZES 2T-14 hartstrings childrenswear outlet REHOBOTH OUTLET CENTER . #1 HWY. 1, REHOBOTH BEACH, DE (302) 644-0666