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  • Indian River School District to extend school day by 30 minutes
    Beginning on Monday, March 17, the Indian River School District will extend the school day by 30 minutes at all of its schools. The minutes will be added to the end of the school day. The morning start time for each school will remain the same. The school day is being extended to make up lost instructional hours resulting from seven weather cancellations during the 2013-2014 school year. In addition, the end of the third marking period is being moved from March 31 to April 2. The distribution of report cards will remain on April 9.
  • Latin American Community Center’s Early Development Center awarded Delaware STARS rating of 5
    The Latin American Community Center’s Early Development Center (EDC) has been awarded a Delaware STARS for Early Success Quality Rating of 5, the highest quality level possible. The Delaware STARS for Early Success is a Quality Rating and Improvement System for early care and education programs. This system is used to assess, improve, and communicate levels of quality to parents, staff, and community members. The Early Development Center utilizes the Expeditionary Learning model where children participate in in-depth learning expeditions – interactive, hands-on projects that spark cur....
Latin Center honors Delaware’s top Hispanic students at annual event
  • Latin Center honors Delaware’s top Hispanic students at annual event
    Wilmington, DE – On Saturday, April 5th, the Latin American Community Center will hold their annual Hispanic Student Recognition Program at John Dickinson High School Auditorium at 1801 Milltown Road, Wilmington, DE 19808 at 2pm. More than 400 people, including students, teachers, their families, and community leaders are expected to attend the ceremony honoring some of the state’s brightest and most talented Hispanic students. Since 1979, the program has been recognizing the outstanding performance of Hispanic middle and high school students from across the State. The Hispanic Stude....


  • March 4-6: Delaware Tech Open Houses
    Delaware Tech is having Open House or Info Sessions events in Georgetown, Dover and Stanton on March 4 to 6. It is an opportunity to talk with students, graduates, and instructors representing more than 100 degree, diploma, and certificate programs. They’ll provide information about college admissions, services for students, transfer and connected degree options, financial aid (including SEED) and scholarships, and much more. Georgetown Campus Tuesday, March 4, 2014, 5 - 7:00 p.m. 21179 College Drive, Georgetown, Delaware 19947 Student Services Center Stanton Campus Wednesda....
  • The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program
    The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program, funded by the GM Foundation, is designed to help students who are leaders in both the classroom and their communities, but who may not have the financial means to attend college. The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program will award up to $25,000 per year for 100 students. The application period is open at this time and will remain so until February 28th, 2014. We encourage students to apply who ... Are high school seniors or current college undergraduates enrolling for full time study at an accredited four-year college or university i....
  • Participa en el Hispanic Recognition Program 2014
    No pierdas la oportunidad de participar en el Hispanic Recognition Program. Este programa reconoce a los mejores estudiantes hispanos de Delaware. ¿Qué tienes que hacer? Ve al siguiente link y descarga los formularios: http://www.thelatincenter.org/#!hsrp/c1fps
  • White House College Opportunity Summit
    (Wilmington, DE) – The Governor committed to expanding four college access initiatives statewide in remarks given at a White House Summit today, as he talked about Delaware’s effort to improve college opportunities for young people. Delaware is the first state to reach out to all college-ready students with information and application fee waivers for low-income students in partnership with the College Board. The effort is part of Delaware’s overall “Getting to Zero” initiative. Governor Markell was the only Governor joining today’s Summit other college and other university presidents ....
  • 2013 at Delaware Tech
    2013 has been an exciting and successful year here at Delaware Tech. In June, the College received notice that we had been awarded reaccreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education with commendations for the quality of our self-study process. That same month, after an extensive interview process and with unanimous Board approval, I was pleased to announce that Dr. Mark Brainard was selected to become the College’s executive vice president. But as always, the greatest measure of our success this year is the success of our graduates. A survey of the College’s 2012 graduat....
  • Laurel schools use new web-based portal to highlight its school safety planning
    Dover, DE – With legislators, police, firefighters and educators watching, Laurel School Superintendent John Ewald showed Governor Jack A. Markell how schools in his district are using a new web-based portal to build its school safety plans. Laurel School District is one of several in the State to complete the initial phase of the Comprehensive School Safety Planning process. School officials have used the Emergency Response Information Portal (ERIP)—a central repository for all Delaware public and charter school safety plans— to outline safety protocols for various emergency incidents, i....
  • Many drivers can't identify mission-critical dashboard lights
    Dec. 2, 2013 (Foster City, CA) – Almost half of drivers would not know what to do if their car's tire pressure or brake system warning light flashed, and almost 20 percent of people don't even know what the low-fuel light means, according to an Insurance.com survey. Insurance.com commissioned a survey of 2,000 drivers asking them to identify definitions for 10 common dashboard lights. Icons for partially closed doors, air bag problems and child safety lock activation were correctly identified more often than warning lights for tire pressure, brakes, low fuel and engine overheating. Man....
  • Mayor tráfico y mal tiempo durante las fiestas hacen las carreteras más peligrosas
    NEW YORK, 27 de noviembre de 2013 — El fin de semana de Acción de Gracias es uno de los períodos de fiestas con mayor volumen de viajeros, lo que conlleva a un aumento de los accidentes automovilísticos. Si se añade las inclemencias del clima de este año, muchos conductores pudieran verse involucrados en situaciones peligrosas o accidentes, por lo que aquí encontrará consejos de cómo enfrentar estas situaciones, según indica el Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.). Según el Bureau of Transportation, las fechas cercanas al Día de Acción de Gracias son el período de mayor cantidad de vi....
  • Delaware Education Program under scrutiny
    Dover- an anti-Common Core Activist presented a lecture to an audience of about 50 on October 15, about the controversial issue of "data mining" as part of the Common Core State Standards. Beverly Eakman, a former Justice Department Employee and now an author and lecturer, presented a Power Point presentation on the history of how Common Core got started in the U.S. Department of Education in the late 1970s, and how a policy paper written over 20 years ago turned into the national program we know today as "Common Core". "Data Mining began in the last place anyone would have suspected: ....
  • Delaware Technical Community College Honors Margaret (Margie) Rivera during Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration
    Delaware Technical Community College’s Stanton/Wilmington Campus honored Margaret (Margie) Rivera for her commitment to the Hispanic community and culture in Northern Delaware at its 4th Annual Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration and Induction Ceremony on October 18, 2013. Rivera is a Sr. Manager of Affirmative Action/EEO Compliance and Diversity at AstraZeneca. She is an active member of AstraZeneca’s Healthcare Heroes supporting AstraZeneca’s strategy on volunteerism. She is a founding Member and Chairperson of the Delaware Aspira Board of Directors, a non-profit organization dedicated ....
  • Civil Rights Movement Projects at Sussex Academy
    Seventh grade students at the Sussex Academy in Georgetown recently completed projects about the Civil Rights Movement in Mr. Parker’s social studies class. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, students decided on their specific topics, conducted research and interviewed people from the community. Six projects were selected to be displayed at the Georgetown Public Library. The topics included how civil rights organizers gained support, how businesses were affected, what were the bus boycotts and how the Montgomery Bus Boycott impacted the movement, impact....
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