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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 11 - SCHOC,IL & EDUCATION December 17, 1998 - 41 Cape District honor rolls The following students have attained honor roll status in the Cape Henlopen School District during the first marking period. Honor rolls for Cape Henlopen High School have not been forthcoming. Milton Middle School A Honor Roll Grade 8: Leah Addor, Brandy Bennett, Bridget Colburn, Caittin Fabian, Lauren Folke, Travis Furniss, Amber Gentry, Rebecca Hollingsworth, Heather King, Stacey Lee, Nicole Lodish, Hillary Lord, Mary McManaman, Nathan Miller, Andrew Olenderski, Neeraja Peri, Jessica Pruett-Barnett, Kenneth Rei- del, Monica Ruiz, Lynsey Schoonover, Heather Seward, Nicholas Sharp, Sarah Sprague, Ray- mond Tartal, Donald Taylor. Grade 7: Lauren Brittingham, Krystal Burns, Kristy Cross, Shelby Dentino, Ashley Dickens, Joshua Graybeal, Sharda6 Harmon, Kathryn Hearn, Corey Hopkins, Christina Lin- demer, Melanie Logan, Tamisha Macklin, Josiah McCabe, Jonathan Parsell, Ryan Reed, Tiffany Tillman, Lauren Van Rees, Ashley Vent, John Willis, Melvin Young. Grade 6: Priscilla Arreguin, Andrew Barranco, Adam Beauregard, Georgiana Buck, Tierra Chandler, Caroline Cleary, Samantha Coveleski, Jennifer Dukes, Alison Houchens, Brice Howard-, Steptmnie Huerta, Joshua Jordan, Mind 3, Logan, Harry Marker, Jaim McNatt,-Sarah Miller, Kimberly Nagle, Nityanand Pe'ri, Rebecca Reidel, Jacob Schimer, Zachary Scudlark, Jennifer Sharp, Shawn Skipper, Jasmine Timmons, Melissa White, Lisa Williams. Grade 5: Erin Bailey, Brooke Ben- nett, Tara Davis, Ashley Hill, Philip Lewis, Matthew Lindemer, Brynn Mann, Amanda Mason, Charles Moore, Douglas Roach, Zachary Roach, Laura Stout, Taylor Strunk, Ashley Van Rees, Zachary Webb. B Honor Roll Grade 8: Marie Armand, Jorge Arocho, Andrew Betts, Stephanie Bovee, Benjamin Buckley, David Burton, David Carter, Lindsey DiCarolis, Megan Fullmer, Tabitha Funkhouser, Christina Galvez, Jason Gerhard, Desiree Hazzard, April Hud- son, Kimberly Jones, Michael Jeller, Ashlee Knaub, Robert Kunzig, William Lake, Adam Lovenguth, Heather Manning, Bethany Marvel, Jessica Mueller, Sean Palmer, Blai" --Rogers, Brandon Rooks, Tabitha Shockley, Brandy Thompson, Kyle Travis, Mikat Venson, Erica Vickers, Veronica Waite, Derek Wells, Heather West, Candy Wise. Grade 7: James Allen, Angela Basile, Antonio Belfield, Mark Broadhurst, Dana Brown, Jamaal Burton, Clevon Cannon, Kyle Chaia- bala, Cory Chunn, Leonard Cucura, Kenneth Decker, Col Evans, Heather Farrell, Zachary Fewell, Jessica Folke, Sharda6 Harmon, Carroll Hin- son, Jessica Hinton, Lauren Hodges, Aishia Holloman, Lauren Huff, Dom- inque Lambert, Brandy Larrimore, Christopher Moore, Damal Moore, Megan Moore, Cedric Mumford, Don Orcutt, Derek Savage, Domineque Scott, Magen Searls, Scott Shockley, Gary Timmons, Eric Townsend, Dominque Vanclief, Cortez Vann, David Van Pelt, Jan Wagner, Sarah White, Kevin Wyatt, John Zacharias. Grade 6: Thomas Adams, Nicholas Albanese, Andrea Arreguin, Russell Ayers, Krista Beckley, Michael Bell, Mai'ybeth Betts, Lizharely Casteilanos, Alden Clark, A nesha Coles, Jason. Cooper, Jeanet- ta  Daniels, Keith Eley, Deisse Esparza, Steven Fabian, Nicoie Gen- try, William Herbert, Robert Hopkins, William Jennings, Lindsey Jerman, Charles Jones, Mark Kreitzer, Jen- nifer Larrimore, Sarina Lewis, Mon- ette Malabet, Amanda Mallet, Tiffany Marker, Noah McCabe, Eric Medra- no, Bernard Miller, Jessica Newlin, Violetta Parker, Tiffany Patterson, Connor Pavlik, Christina Rains, Andrew Rogan, Dionndra Rooks, Jes- sica Spencer, Jacob Tartal, Carly Thurman, Katelin Townsend, Christo- pher Tunnell, Justin Uffelman, Megan Rosanne Pack photo Milton Middle School food drive benefits Casa San Francisco While most people were planning a Thanksgiving menu, students and faculty of Milton Mid- dle School included a food drive in their holiday thoughts. The school National Honor Society sponsored the drive and coordinated the collection of 1,192 cans and dry food items. The food has been donated to Casa San Francisco homeless shelter in Milton. Pictured after sorting and stacking all those cans and boxes are honor society members top row (l-r) Sarah Sprague, Heather Senard, Andy Olenderski and Mary McManaman; middle row Joseph Pritchett, Jessi- ca Pruett-Barnett, Lynsey Schoonover and Kenny Riedel; front Leah Addor, Neeru Peri, Bran- di Bennett and Bridget Colburn, honorary helper. Member Hillary Lord is not pictured. Deanne McCredie is faculty advisor for the Milton Middle School National Honor Society.. [ Vammino, Juana Velasquez Grade5: Anthony Allen, Cheis delotte, Ashley Issert, Brian Brinton, Wesley Broadhurst, Brittany Brown, Ty Brown, Mathew Buda, Renae Carwithen, Desmond Cephas, Krystle Clark, Dontez Collins, Leland Damon, Jessica Eley, Kaitlyn Ewell, David Frye, Nathaniel Gaffney, Angela Gaskill, Jesse Gerhard, Alton Gibbs, Ashley Harcrow, Marquita Herrera, Michelle Hudson, Robert Hurd, Esther Jarillo, Mable Jennings, Katrina Lambert, Tiffany Lee, Bran- don Leggins, Latisha Lewis, Jermaey Lynch, Monique Malabet, Amy Mann, Courtney Marvel, Alexander McMafion, Zachary Melvin, Patrick Millett, Maria Morrison, Andrew Parsell, Dominic Patton, Reba Rager, Melinda Reed, Casey Reynolds, Justin Savini, Jacklyn Shipley, Debra Smith, Scott Spangler, Crystal Spencer, Robert Stephens, Matthew Steward, Travis Terry, Tiffany Vazquez, Sasha Wegner, Melissa White, Stephanie White, Lauren Willey, Adele Wyatt, Julie Wyatt. Rehoboth Elementary School A Honor Roll Grade 4: Andrew Brittingham, Cameron Cannatelli, Benjamin Cochran, Kathleen Collins, Alica Comero, Alec Driskill, Brielle Hay- ward, Alexandra Hellams, Elizabeth Hinkle, Laura Hinkle, Taylor Kries, Samantha Lee, Walker LeVert, Kristi- na Lingo, Devon McDonald, Sadye McGuire, Melissa Martin, Zachary Mayfield, James McDowell, Leigh Mcilvain, Samantha Purple, Alexan- dra Reed, Brittany Rodriguez, Eric Sadowski, Katrina Thomas, Andrew Verderame. Grade 5: Kevin Bartley, Jalissa Bonville, Jessica Catts, Catherine Driskill, Ashley Haris, Jason Hast- ings, Roxanne Marcinizyn, Alison McEvoy, Jessica Rogers, Chelsie Continued on page 42 There are plenty of toys with educational value "Toyland, Toyland, beautiful girl and boyland," once you think you've found it you can never leave again. Are you gearing upto turn your house into Toyland? Confused by the media blitz? Parents want to know if a toy can have educational value and still be fun. Almost any toy can be said to be educational. If a toy makes the child think in new and interesting ways, then it is educa- tional. Just as all food provides nutri- tion, all toys can be considered educational. Let's go shopping to find some new, interesting, fun toys that just happen to be educa- tiorml, too. T#king Teletubbies Dipsy, Tin- ky...Winky, Laa-laa and Po are cu, colorful and cuddly. They make a great companion for SCHOOL JOURNAL Diane Albanese bies," which make helpsvery young children learn language. Brio, the company that-makes the wooden tracks and trains, offers various inventive parts that witehing the TV show, "Teletub- make nice gifts that ..endure through generations of time. Our Brio train set is still a rainy day favorite at our house. They sell building, bridges, tunnels and peo- ple to add to the basic train track set. Barbie. There are collectible Barbie dolls; there is the Bob Mackie Fantasy Goddess of Asia Barbie, the Van Gogh Sunflower Barbie and the Water Rhapsody Barbie doll. They are all delightful to see. There is now an "X-Files" Barbie and Ken to help update your child's collection. Basic Bar- bie is everywhere and can provide hours of fantasy fun. FAO Schwartz offers European tuxury sports cars forchildren ages 3 to 6. They run 3 to 5 miles per hour and only use a 6=volt, rechargeable battery. With this toy, you cat,finally have a Jaguar or a Mercedes Gull Wing parked in your driveway. Cube Checkers is a three- dimensional, six-level game that is a combination of chess and check- ers. This challenging game very definitely helps develop mathe- matical skills. Bill Cosby is offer- ing this game with a portion of the sales to go to "Hello Friend/Ennis Cosby Foundation." Little laptop computers, Think- book 2000, Talking Whiz Kid and Smart Future are electronic games that are versatile and portable. Some can even help with home- work. If you don't have a comput- er, these toys may be of value for simple word processing. GeoSafari Woi'ld is a geography game that is interactive. It con- tains a globe and over 5,000 ques- tions. You can never have too much geography. building bucket for $8.99 each. There are many theme kits, including the new and very hot Pharoah's Forbidden Ruins set. You get a little bit of history and lots of following directions prac- tice with Lego. Electronic hand-held games really make long car rides bear- able. The selection continues to increase. ! found Yahtzee, Battle- ship, Mastermind, Wheel of For- tune and Brain Shift. Some adults I know would enjoy these. Adults playing games? Christmas brings out the child in all of us! Learn to- play a little and play to learn, Tl object here is fun. Diane Saienni Albanese is a parent and a teacher in the Cape Henlopen School District at, tl Lego System offers the basic Delaware Tech in Georgetown.