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.
The Cape Henlopen School District prepares each student for a healthy, creative, and rewarding life in a diverse and global society by creating an educational environment which enables each student to achieve personal excellence and lifelong learning skills to become a productive and responsible citizen.
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