Archambault named supervisor of elementary education.
Country music star, Cape grad Jimmie Allen to address graduates.
Top teachers from each building honored.
Despite the school closure in effect, students and staff throughout the Cape Henlopen School District celebrated World Down Syndrome Day’s Rock Your Socks, by doing so virtually.
Members of the Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee from the Cape Henlopen School District attended the Delaware State Education Association’s 10th Annual Minority Leadership Conference Feb. 29.
One Cape High School student and two Beacon students show case their research and inventions at annual competition
Operating expenses require tax increase.
Memories, tears shed at site of beloved lakeside school
In an effort to raise funds for upcoming tournaments and travel expenses, Cape Henlopen School District’s Odyssey of the Mind program is conducting a shoe drive fundraiser through Thursday, March 26.
Cape Superintendent Presents Case for Tax Increase
State of the district event highlights history, accomplishments, challenges.
For the last several years, Cape Henlopen School District homeless liaisons have coordinated a community caring event around the holidays.
On Thursday, January 30, the Cape Henlopen School District held its first ever "State of the District."
Cape High administrator now vies for national honor.
Demolition is complete at Rehoboth Elementary and underway at Milton Elementary, while construction nears completion at Sussex Consortium, now set to open in March.
Beacon Middle; Love Creek, Milton elementaries earn state recognition
Goal to show support, raise minority student test scores
Cape Henlopen High School is expanding once again and this time with a new 400 student addition to their campus. School officials, state and county legislators and others broke ground on a $16 million expansion.
Parents, staff, community can sign up for Board E-Report
Michael Varhola, owner of Solar Empowerment Initiative in Silver Spring, Md., recently donated solar lanterns to the Cape Henlopen School District through the Village Improvement Association.
Rehoboth Public School has a date with a wrecking crew before the year is out. In the decades that have passed since masons mortared its 1939 cornerstone into place, thousands of young people have been educated in its classrooms.
Cape administrator works to help all students reach potential.
Dan Kimmel artwork beautifies school lobby.
Opportunity funding initiative aims to close achievement gap.
Rising senior Autumn Davis raises $40,000 in seven weeks
Local community groups came together at Lewes Public Library June 2 for members to show their shared love for reading.
Cape High teacher helps students become safe, successful drivers
Beacon Middle places first in spontaneous problem.
Tommy Coveleski remembered for stating the event
In only its second year as a club, Mariner Middle Business Professionals of America members rank among the best in the country.
Bill Collick, Janet Maull-Martin and Alison Myers were elected to the Cape Henlopen School Board May 14.
Shields, Beacon, Mariner teams qualify; Shields team nets perfect score
Partnerships help businesses, students succeed
In April, Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach will host a local book drive to collect new or gently used books for the Cape Henlopen School District Bookmobile.
Odyssey of the Mind teams from schools throughout the Cape Henlopen School District competed in qualifying tournaments in March, each working to earn a spot at the state competition.
Budget forces design shift at Cape High, Milton and Shields Elementaries
Funds will provide housing, food, transportation, supplies
Cape students are excelling and succeeding in a variety of different ways!
Rehoboth, Shields and Love Creek Elementary were all presented with Exceeding Expectations Banner by Dr. Susan Bunting.
Teachers, administrators cover bathroom stalls with positive quotes.
The beginning of the School year is an exciting time for everyone, but this exciting time also comes with a price tag for new school supplies, and clothes just to name a few things.
On Wednesday, April 11 administrators, teachers, community members and legislators gathered together to hold a ceremonial groundbreaking event for the new Rehoboth Elementary School.
Two teachers at Cape Henlopen High School are making it their mission to address SAT concerns for the local sophomores and juniors in our area.
Throughout the District during the week of November 6 through November 9, students and staff celebrated and honored our local veterans.
Several of our Cape Henlopen High School juniors were selected by the Driver’s Education department, to participate in recording radio PSA’s promoting teen safety while driving.
Throughout the week of September 18-22, Shields students and staff were collecting items for families in Florida and Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey and Irma.
Cape’s graduating class of 2017 earned an impressive $2.8 million dollars in college scholarships for their future academic endeavors.
Shield's students broke the school's 5 year record for most money raised during Jump Rope for Heart.
The Lewes Chamber of Commerce pledged to support Cape Henlopen High School's marketing students with funding to create a fully functioning school store.
The next generation of teachers is in high school today, and a new teaching program is poised to take advantage of potential Delaware teachers.
Excellence, Equity and Responsiveness: Every Student, Every Classroom, Every Day!
The Cape Henlopen School District celebrates the diversity of our students, staff, and community. We cultivate compassionate and innovative thinkers by providing every student with a welcoming, safe, equitable school community that is affirming and inclusive. Cape Henlopen engages and challenges ALL students by providing a responsive educational experience to prepare for post-secondary education and/or career opportunities.
July 31, 2020 Update 5:45PM
We want to take a minute to thank you all for your continued support and patience as our District navigates this challenging time. We appreciate your willingness to participate in our “pulse” survey last week that provided us with valuable feedback needed in order to assess how to move forward.
We have been meeting with our District committee regularly to determine how we can best provide a high-quality education to all of our students while prioritizing the health and safety of both our students and our staff. On Thursday, August 6, 2020 we will be holding a Special Board of Education meeting to provide an update on the reopening plans. Open session will begin at 4:00PM and the link for the virtual meeting can be found on the Board Docs website, or by clicking here.
The reopening plan will be shared on August 7, 2020 with staff and families. We remain confident that we will all be able to work together to meet and overcome the challenges that are ahead. Again, thank you for your support and patience during this time.
July 15, 2020 Update 6:04PM
Dear Cape Families,
Cape Henlopen School District (CHSD) is planning for the start of school in Fall 2020 and would like to better understand your thoughts and concerns moving forward. Your responses will help the district understand your needs to best serve you and your child.
This study is for research purposes only; all information you provide will be maintained on a confidential basis by Hanover Research and will only be reported to CHSD in an aggregate form, so please be candid in your responses.
This survey should take no more than 3-5 minutes to complete. This is a "pulse" survey to gauge what you are thinking right now. More detailed surveys will most likely follow as plans become more concrete. Please complete the survey by Sunday, July 19, 2020, at 6:00 pm. Thank you for your participation!
June 18, 2020 Update 10:21am
The Cape Henlopen School District will continue the Grab & Go Meal Deliveries to students through August 20, 2020, courtesy of the Harry K Foundation. The meals will be delivered Monday - Friday until June 26, 2020. Beginning June 27, 2020, meals will be delivered Monday - Thursday.
There will be no meal delivery on July 2, 2020.
April 30, 2020 Update: 5:40pm
We have been asked by the Delaware Division of Public Health and the Delaware Department of Education to share the following information regarding COVID-19.
April 29, 2020 Update: 11:48am
Please see the below note from the Department of Labor regarding student work permits.
April 23, 2020 Update: 4:15pm
Below are the PreK-5 Daily Remote Learning Schedule as well as for Grades 6-12 regarding the fourth marking period.
PreK-5 Daily Remote Learning Schedule - English
PreK-5 Daily Remote Learning Schedule - Spanish
April 15, 2020 Update: 12:01pm
Please find update DPH contact information on the flyer below.
DPH is now using 2-1-1 to triage all calls and determine which ones should go to the DPH call center, Dept of Labor, social service providers, etc.
April 3, 2020 Update: 10:06am
We've added an additional resource to our website for parents! Visit www.capehenlopenschools.com/virtual-faq for a list of frequently asked questions and answers. There are links to tutorial videos and documents to help make you and your child's transition to remote learning a little easier.
April 1, 2020 Update: 3:30pm
The student schedules for K-5, middle school, and high school have been shared with families and posted to our website. Each can be found below. This schedule will begin on April 6, 2020.
March 31, 2020 Update: 3:48pm
Earlier today we shared two flyers with our families. The first was a reminder of the Board Policy on Acceptable Use of Technology for Students, and the second was a flyer with COVID-19 Support Resources for families. All flyers are downloadable below.
March 30, 2020 Update: 2:34pm
On March 20, 2020 our District reported a presumptive positive case of COVID-19 with one of our employees. We are happy to report that the employee has now been given a clean bill of health by the Delaware Department of Public Health. Please see below for the full press release.
March 23, 2020 Update: 12:57pm
Below is the latest District COVID-19 update from Mr. Fulton. Please continue to check our website and watch for emails with updates.
March 23, 2020 Update: 8:45am
On Sunday, March 22, 2020, Governor John Carney issued a stay-at-home order beginning Tuesday, 3/24 at 8 AM, effective until May 15 or when the coronavirus threat is eliminated. We will be sharing more information on our District's next steps early this week and will share that with you as soon as we can! More details on the stay-at-home order are available on Gov. Carney's Facebook page and on their website.
March 20, 2020 Update: 2:45pm
Please see the below letter from Mr. Fulton for his latest COVID-19 District Update.
March 20, 2020 Update: 1:05pm
Please see the below letter from Mr. Fulton regarding the upcoming Referendum that was set to take place on Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
We will continue to keep our community informed on a future date and what our next steps will be.
March 19, 2020 Update: 3:31pm
We have revised and updated the Student Meal Delivery Schedule and have it available for download below.
Changes/Updates are as follows:
March 18, 2020 Update: 4:56pm
Thank you to all of the volunteers, bus drivers, and child nutrition staff members who helped make today's meal deliveries so successful! Below is a flyer with 7 additional stops that we have added.
Please note - times of bus arrival may vary! Look for the school bus and try to be at the stop as early as possible.
March 16, 2020 Update: 3:13pm
Please see Mr. Fulton's latest update in the letter below. A variety of topics are covered including, meals for students during the break, learning opportunities while at home, making up the days, medication pick-up.
March 16, 2020 Update: 10:47am
At this time all District and School events that are taking place between March 16 - March 27th have been postponed.
This includes the Community Referendum Meeting at HOB originally scheduled for March 19, the Consortium Ribbon Cutting originally scheduled for March 20 at the new Consortium site, and the Board of Education Meeting originally scheduled for 3/26 at Love Creek Elementary.
We will be pushing out additional information later today. Please keep an eye on our social media page and website!
March 13, 2020 Update 7:46PM
In accordance with Governor Carney’s decision, and in order to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Cape Henlopen School District will be closed beginning on Monday, March 16, 2020 until March 27, 2020.
March 12, 2020 Update: 12:29PM
Please see the below announcement from DIAA regarding the State Championship Basketball Tournament:
For immediate release
DIAA ANNOUNCES BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT CHANGES
The Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Directors voted today to approve modifications to the DIAA State Basketball Championships as a precautionary measure in response to the national rise in Coronavirus cases.
The Boys and Girls State Basketball semi-finals scheduled for tonight have been postponed to allow time for the host sites to make the necessary adjustments. All semi-final games have been moved to Friday. Times will be announced after consultation with each sport committee.
The Unified championship will be Friday at Caesar Rodney High School. The game time will be announced once details are finalized.
The Boys and Girls Championships still are scheduled to be played on Saturday, March 14.
All games will be played with the following modifications, as approved by the DIAA Board:
State championship sites
All games will be played at the higher seed school.
Those eligible to attend
Only the following individuals will be allowed into the contest:
*As defined in the manual: The Official School Party cannot exceed 22 people and is defined as players, coaches, managers, scorers/statisticians, trainer, and administrators.
Parents and legal guardian tickets
School athletic directors will be contacted to provide a list of parents/legal guardians and instructions for those individuals to obtain tickets to the event. There is no cost for these tickets.
All games will be livestreamed at https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/. A monthly pass costs $10.99 and would allow one to watch both the semi-final and championships games.
Ticket refunds for Bob Carpenter Center
For those who already bought tickets through a school, contact the school for a refund. If purchased online from the University of Delaware site by credit card a refund will be issued to the card account by UD within 3 to 5 business days. UD is contacting those who paid by cash or check to issue refunds.
Ticket refunds for High School Sites
For those who already purchased pre-sale tickets through a school, contact the school for a refund.
Members of the media will not be eligible to attend and will be provided a link to watch the contests online.
The Coronavirus’ impact on school communities continues to be fluid. Please be alert for additional modifications. For the latest Delaware Coronavirus news and resources, see the Delaware Division of Public Health’s website (de.gov/coronavirus).
For more information regarding DIAA Championships, visit DIAA or follow DIAA on Twitter (@DIAA_Delaware); Instagram (diaa_de) and Facebook (DelawareInterscholasticAthleticAssociation) for the latest updates. For more information, email email@example.com.
March 11, 2020 Update - 6:00PM
A letter and a Pandemic Preparedness Action Plan went home with students today. Here are links to the letter and the action plan.
March 11, 2020 Update: 9:36AM
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (Lewes Campus Update) – Given the Centers for Disease Control's guidance for older adults and those with chronic health conditions, all programming for OLLI (whose membership is exclusively age 50 and older) has been suspended effective immediately until further notice.
Update: March 3, 2020
Cape Henlopen School District Health Advisory Regarding the Coronavirus and Influenza
The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is closely monitoring the coronavirus disease and has provided school districts with cautionary guidelines.
Please keep in mind that there are no confirmed cases in the Cape Henlopen School District or the state of Delaware. We do, however, want to be proactive to keep students and staff safe.
The best precautions to take are the ones always recommended for avoiding colds and flu.
We ask that everyone in Cape Henlopen consider the following advice:
Staff will also assist by regularly cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces in classrooms, offices, restrooms, and hallways.
We ask parents to advise your child’s school nurse in advance of international travel. In addition to following the above-mentioned precautions, DPH highly recommends getting an influenza shot.
Anyone with concerns should contact their healthcare provider.
Visit https://dhss.delaware.gov/dhss/dph/index.html for more information regarding Delaware’s response and plans.
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Please see info on our School Choice program here.
You can find a copy of the Student Code of Conduct here.
You can find the form needed to obtain your transcript here.
Staff Professional Development forms can be found here.