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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 - 47 Cape school board approves RES playground; special recognitions bestowed RehobothElementary School raised through local public and was honored by the Delaware Hemps and Brian Ruddy. Christo- work titled "MS through the Eyes PTA member JoAnn Woodruff won school board approval Thurs- day, Nov. 19, for her group's plans to create a new and im- proved playground at the elemen- tary school, but she was denied a request for a $10,000 school dis- trict contribution toward the ef- fort. The school district had com- mitted $2,500 to the project earlier this year for removing old equip- ment from the site, but noted that the tight operating budget this fall prevents a larger donation at this time. Board members also pointed out that playground improvement projects conductedat Shields and H.O. Brittingham elementary schools in recent yeats did not get district funding. Money was private donations and fundraising activities at those schools, and board members said playground planners at RES should pursue those efforts. Woodruff noted that Rehoboth Elementary School's PTA has donated $7,500 toward the equipment, which she said is very durable, attractive and safe. With a three-pod satellite play- ground planned of Game Time brand equipment costing about $40,000, Woodruff said the PTA needed some financial help. The board voted unanimously "for Re- hoboth Elementary School PTA to proceed with whatever they have to do to work toward a new play- ground." Cape Henlopen High School Principal Dr. Ron Burrows Submitted photo Milton Middle celebrates Education Week In recognition of American Education Week, the PTO at Milton Middle School surprised the staff with a continental breakfast last Friday. Among those enjoying the festivities are Diane Albanese, Catherine Cofrancesco, Diane Bailey and Robert Didycz. The attire sported by Didycz salutes Wacky Day and the staff noted it appreciates the support received by the PTO throughout the year as they prove that "Together Each Achieves More." Cape District menus The Cape Henlopen School District Menu for the week of Dec. 1 to Dec. 4 includes Elementary and middle schools: Tuesday, Dec. 1 - Hot pork sandwich or chicken patty on bun or sandwich choice; choice of two sides, including mashed potatoes, green beans, vegetable soup, applesauce, juice bar, orange or apple juice. Wednesday, Dec. 2 - Spaghetti with meat sauce and Italian dunkers or sandwich choice; choice of two sides, including lettuce salad with tomato wedge, potato soup, diced pears, orange or apple juice. Thursday, Dec. 3 - Chicken nuggets or egg roll or sandwich choice; choice of two sides, including steamed rice, stir-fry vegetables, beef noodle soup, fresh fruit, orange or apple juice. Friday, Dec. 4 - Pizza or chef's choice or sandwich choice; choice of two sides, including golden corn, soup surprise, fruit choices, orange or apple juice. Spotlight Continued from page 46 East Coast and most recently per- formed at the Sussex Arts Council Fine'Arts Exhibit in Georgetown. In between performing in schools, churches, restaurants, nursing homes and clubs, Hudson is a sub- stitute social studies teacher in three Delaware school districts. Hudson and his wife live on a small family-owned farm near Dover. Hudson teaches in Milford on Wednesdays and is available tO teach in Dover as well. Brian Smith is in his second year of teaching band at Milton Middle School. A Delaware na- tive, he was the student of the beloved Gene Bowne, whose teaching style remains alive through Smith's instruction Wednesday evenings at the music school's new Lewes studio. Smith teaches all levels of trumpet, as well as beginning to intermediate trombone, French horn, flute, sax, clarinet and percussion. For more information on pro- grams at the Delaware Music School, or to schedule lessons with either Hudson or Smith, call 422-2043. Senate this month for his selection earlier this year as the state's Prin- cipal of the Year. Other special recognitions were awarded, among them Carson Scholarship winners Holly Gordon, Zina pher and Sara Russ of Cape Hen- lopen High School were recog- nized for winning stateand na- tional awards from the National Multiple Sclerosis Scoiety. The siblings won awards for their art- of a Child." The school board was recognized by members of the Cape Henlopen Education Associ- ation for its "unselfish service to the district, teachers and stu- dents." St. Thomas More Academy Delaware's NEWEST Catholic High School Challenging, college prep curriculum Numerous sports and activities Open to students of all faiths PLACEMENT TEST For incoming freshmen Saturday, December 5 8:15 A.M. Applications NOW being accepted for our Freshman, Sophomore and Junior classes for the 1999-2000 school year! For test registration or information, call 697-6997 St. Thomas More Academy 133 Thomas More Drive, Magnolia, DE 19962 ,Tt00 time. sliop,,,