Love Creek's Connie Bean, and Susan Schatzman were recognized as building GEM's, while Midway Movies and New Covenant Presbyterian Church were recognized as October's Community Champions.
HOB's Stephanie Shuttleworth, and Lisa Carter, as well as Community Champions Beebe Healthcare and Crooked Hammock were recognized at the October Board of Education Meeting
Leader had served as Delaware Association of School Administrators president 2021-22
Lewes Elementary paraeducator, mentor coordinator now up for statewide honors
Program provides support for English learners, low-income students
Grant earmarked for elementary math professional development
More than 6,200 Vikings enrolled in nine district schools
Alumni gathering yearbooks, photos, uniforms to showcase in elementary building
Parents with children riding buses in the Cape Henlopen School District will soon be able to see the location of buses in real time via an app on their phones.
Jessica Zimmerman to enhance programs for special education students
Three Cape Henlopen School District administrators received awards June 28 during the 20th Annual Policy & Practice Institute: Delaware's Conference on Public Education at Dover High School.
Hoey Stevenson, Aufmuth, Jordan among county award recipients
Top honors were bestowed upon Cape Henlopen School District Superintendent Bob Fulton June 28 during the 20th Annual Policy & Practice Institute: Delaware's Conference on Public Education at Dover High School.
Former school psychologist advocates for students and families
The Cape Henlopen School District recently announced its partnership with Family Promise of Southern Delaware, a local organization working to prevent and end homelessness for families with children.
Audrey Carey named supervisor of early learning
Longtime teacher and administrator takes on new role with district
Jason Hale to oversee information technology, child nutrition, facilities, transportation
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