HOCKESSIN — William F. Cooke Jr. Elementary School has been named a Special Olympics Unified Champion national banner school.
GEORGETOWN — Delmarva Christian High School students traveled to Black Rock Retreat on Sept. 7-9 with over 50 students, staff and chaperones.
GEORGETOWN — Sussex Technical High School students started the 2022-23 school year with iPads for school and home learning.
DOVER — Twenty of the state’s top teachers will be honored at a celebration Tuesday, when one of them will be named Delaware’s 2023 Teacher of the Year.
SEAFORD—Gov. John Carney and First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney announced the implementation of a new school registration system on Monday. The registration system, authorized by Senate Bill …
WESTOVER — Snow days may be a thing of the past after the Somerset County Board of Education moved through first reader a virtual instruction plan that would allow teaching to occur online when …
PRINCESS ANNE — The University of Maryland Eastern Shore reports that it reached its highest freshman and new student enrollment since 2015. Latoya Jenkins, vice president for enrollment …
MILLSBORO -- Mountaire Farms has launched a scholarship program aimed at Delmarva high school seniors interested in helping feed the world.

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GEORGETOWN – Hurricane Ian’s remnants grounded Saturday’s portion of 2022 Wings & Wheels, with cancellation of the popular early fall festival. Friday morning, youthful …
WILMINGTON—Delaware Secretary of Education Mark Holodick place Great Oaks Charter School under formal review on Wednesday. The formal review process includes an investigation that allows the …
DOVER — The hope is that the new building for the Agricultural Extension Program will be open by fall 2024. Coming at a cost of $10 million, the 15,000-square-foot facility at Delaware State …
The U.S. Department of Education announced nearly $1 billion in awards through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act on Thursday, including more than $4.8 million for the First State.
Nanticoke Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, announces its annual American History Essay Contest for students in grades 5-8. Public, private, and homeschool students, male or female, are …
GEORGETOWN — Following a schedule change, Howard T. Ennis School will be closed for students Dec. 21.
MIDDLETOWN — The Delaware Advisory Council on Career & Technical Education will hold its monthly meeting at Delaware Technical Community College’s Middletown Training Center on Tuesday.
SELBYVILLE — Two elementary schools in the Indian River School District are benefiting greatly from philanthropic efforts of a couple local businesses.
DOVER — Prospective educators will have the opportunity to meet with 14 school districts and charter schools during a recruitment fair at Saturday’s Delaware State University football game.
A new statewide program to encourage students to keep their communities litter-free was announced by Gov. John Carney on Sept. 22.
The New Castle, Kent and Sussex conservation districts are accepting entries for their annual poster contest from public, charter, private or home-schooled students in grades K-12.
CAMDEN — After spending the last year as the deputy secretary for the Delaware Department of Human Resources, Dr. Jessilene Corbett has been chosen by the Caesar Rodney School District board of education to become the assistant superintendent in the administration of Superintendent Dr. Christine Alois.
HOCKESSIN — North Star Elementary School achieved first place for Delaware in the annual SpringBoard math competition.
WILMINGTON — St. Mark’s High School was recently voted Best Private School for the third year in a row by the First State Favorites awards program.
GEORGETOWN — During the Sept. 20 Sussex County Council meeting, Council President Michael H. Vincent presented the Sussex Tech Adult Education Division with a proclamation declaring Sept. 18-24 as Adult Education and Literacy Week in the county.