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Keynote Speaker: Dennis Forney PUBLISHER AT CAPE GAZETTE Thursday, Feb. 15 | 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Cost: $99 - Lunch Provided DelawareTech | Owens Campus Carter Partnership Center - Georgetown, DE Attract. Engage. Convert. Amaze. dtccsmc.com Visit for conference details and registration. @dtcc_smc /dtccsmc @delaware_tech DELAWARE TECH presents the 6th annual 92 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2017 SCHOOL & EDUCATION Cape Gazette SUBMITTED PHOTOS A team from Long Neck Elementary participated in Girls on the Run for the first time this year. In all, 15 girls took part in the 10-week pro- gram that focuses on confidence, empowerment and positive friendship. Runners build endurance going from one lap during the first week to a practice 5K and an official 5K in the final week. The culminating Girls on the Run 5K was held Nov. 18 at Dover International Speedway. Who could pass up the opportunity for a photo next to Miles the Mon- ster at Dover International Speedway? Shown are (l-r) Lindsay Gross. Sa- vannah Gross and Dain Kim. Other participants were Dain Kim, Aniya Ramon, Coach Elizabeth Edwards, Coach Annette Hoffman, Lyla Baker, Coach Kendra York and Coach Marjorie Carey, Lindsay Gross, Lilian Baker, Savannah Gross, Glo- ha Tilton, Trinity Scott and Alicia Tilton. Long Neck Elementary forms Girls on the Run team Indian River grad is principal of National Blue Ribbon School Tracy Handy Hilliard, a 1985 graduate of Indian River High School, is excited to share that she serves as the principal of a 2017 Na- tional Blue Ribbon School. Handy Hilliard is the principal of Centerville Elementary School in Fred- erick, Md. The kindergarten through fifth grade school of 1,023 students received the news in December 2016 that they were one of six public schools in the state to be named a Maryland Blue Ribbon School. In late September, she received word that Centerville Elemen- tary was named a National Blue Ribbon School. Only 342 schools in the nation received this honor. In November, Hilliard attended a celebratory gala in Washington, D.C. to receive a flag and ad- ditional National Blue Ribbon symbols from the U.S. Depart- ment of Education. Hilliard is a 1990 graduate of Delaware State University, a 1997 and 2005 graduate of McDaniel College, and a doctoral candidate at Seton Hall University. She lives in Frederick, Md., with her husband Wayne and her two children, Troy and Taylor Renee' Hilliard. T. Handy Hilliard Application fees to be reimbursed for DCS Delmarva Christian Schools is accepting student applica- tions now for the 2018-19 school year for its high school campus in Georgetown for ninth through 12th grades, and the Milton cam- pus for preschool through eighth grade. For students who file their applications by Sunday, Dec. 31, the $100 application fee will be reimbursed once the student has been accepted and begins the 2018-19 school year at DCS. Reimbursement will be made in fall 2018. Students who want to learn firsthand what it’s like to attend Delmarva Christian High School are welcome to spend a day there as part of the Shadow- For-A-Day program typically held every Wednesday. For more information or to register, call 302-856-4040 or go to www.delmarvachristian.com. Briefly »