To prepare for the approaching academic year, many school districts are using this summer for enrichment, allowing students to receive help on subjects ranging from mathematics and English …
PRINCESS ANNE — A hemp variety screening trial involving more than 50 varieties is the focus of a tour this Friday, July 30 on the University of Maryland Easter Shore campus. The event, set to …
DOVER — Thirty nonprofit programs that work to improve the lives of Latinos and all Delawareans have received a total of $554,050 in 2021-22 grants, awarded by the Arsht-Cannon Fund of the Delaware Community Foundation.
MILFORD — After closing its doors in 2013, the former Milford Middle School could be revitalized and reworked for new generations of students. The Milford School Board unanimously approved …
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health announced a $15 million partnership Monday with the Delaware Department of Education and Quidel Corp. to provide comprehensive COVID-19 testing, processing and reporting in the state’s schools.
DOVER — Ms. Michele Parker of Delaware Parents Association, Inc. has earned the CACFP Child Nutrition Professional Certification from the National CACFP Sponsors Association. The CCNP …
DOVER — The Capital School District board will conduct interviews for an assistant superintendent in executive session Tuesday.
Practice for fall scholastic sports will begin next month and Chesapeake Health Care hopes to have its school-based health center at Washington Academy and High School open in time to provide the …
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NEW CASTLE — Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long, Delaware education leaders, mental health advocates and other lawmakers are leading the charge to increase behavioral health services in schools. At …
CAMDEN — The 50th high school reunion for Caesar Rodney, Class of 1971, is slated for homecoming weekend, Oct. 8-9. Organizers are seeking classmates both near and far to update the contact …
MIDDLETOWN — Though they’ve put away their caps and gowns, one group of local graduates will be back in their district's classrooms before long. On July 7, the Appoquinimink School District honored four 2021 high school graduates — Angelie Ross-Jimenez, Jordan Johnson, Madison Billips and Ashley Middleton — by offering them employment at their alma maters upon obtaining teaching degrees.
NEWARK — When it comes to building a sustainable environmental and economic future, one of the more practical solutions is to look toward the green jobs sector, a career field that has the …
DOVER — Literacy Delaware is offering targeted instruction to adults with limited reading, writing and math skills and English As A Second Language adults. Tutors are needed in New Castle, …
WILMINGTON — Dorrell Green and Melody Phillips are new members of Goldey-Beacom College’s board of trustees. Mr. Green has served as a teacher and as an educational leader for three of …
The state of Delaware will rely on the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention following its announcement that vaccinated teachers and students need not wear masks indoors, officials said Friday.
NEW CASTLE — Eleven transition students from the Division for the Visually Impaired’s Vocational Rehabilitation Services recently participated in “Blind and Socially Savvy,” a …
NEW CASTLE — Eligible Delaware households will receive additional emergency food assistance benefits under the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program to cover the summer period …
NEWARK — The University of Delaware will offer two new courses in the fall created by the UD Anti-Racism Initiative (UDARI). These are designed to research the role that universities across the …
OCEN VIEW — The Sussex Teenage Republicans held elections for their 2021-2022 executive board at their June meeting. Ben Parsons was elected chairman and Max Fadden vice chairman. Mike …
SEAFORD — Four students, all from Laurel High School, planning on pursuing healthcare-related careers have been awarded scholarships by TidalHealth Nanticoke. Taylor Willey is the recipient …
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland students ages 12-17 that get vaccinated against COVID-19 will be entered for a drawing where they could win a $50,000 scholarship to cover full-time tuition and fees at a …
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is now recruiting members for the Maryland Conservation Corps, an award-winning AmeriCorps program that engages …
DOVER — Students from 16 schools represented the First State at the National Virtual Technology Student Association conference in June. Finalists competed in events such as computer-aided …