Delaware Tech student showcase starts Thursday

DOVER — The Delaware Tech visual communications program will hold its annual student showcase, comprised of approximately 400 student works of art, photography, multimedia and design, Thursday-June 1 in the Science and Engineering Technology Center on the Terry Campus. The showcase is open to the public. An opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on […]

Delaware State University to host Delaware STEM Symposium and Awards

DOVER — Delaware State University will host the fourth annual 2018 STEM Symposium and Educator Awards Gala Wednesday in the second floor parlors of the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center on campus. Representatives of the state Department of Education and Department of Labor are expected to participate in the event throughout the day. They […]

Month of the Military Child

Caesar Rodney School District/Dave Chambers Surrounded by school children from Dover Air Base Middle School and Major George S. Welch Elementary School, Gov. John Carney smiles after signing a proclamation declaring April the “Month of the Military Child” during a ceremony inside his Legislative Hall office on April 17. Members of Dover Air Base Middle […]

Musician Paul Stanley to deliver Wesley commencement address

DOVER — Wesley College announced Monday that Paul Stanley, Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame inductee as a member of KISS, artist, author, and entrepreneur will be the speaker for the 2018 commencement ceremony on May 12. For more than 40 years, Mr. Stanley has been considered one of the most recognizable front men in […]

Author McBride named as DSU May commencement speaker

DOVER — Delaware State University’s May 12 commencement ceremony will feature acclaimed author, screenwriter and musician James McBride as the keynote speaker. Mr. McBride well speak to around 600 graduates as well as to their families, friends and supporters who gather with them at the commencement’s Alumni Stadium site on campus. Mr. McBride’s landmark memoir, […]

‘No prob-llama’

Submitted photos Keeping her promise, St. John’s School Principal Dina C. Vendetti donned a llama costume after students raised $3,000 to support children at a mission in Peru. She even was the target of red paint tossing as part of the deal. The funds will pay for five Peruvian students’ needs for a year at […]

Kids enjoy hunt for 864 eggs at Dover Place

DOVER — The Dover Place Senior Living community hosted its 12th annual Easter egg hunt March 28. This year at The Dover Place there was easter egg hunting, a bunny rabbit petting zoo, a balloon animal maker and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Students from St. Johns Lutheran School and Polytech’s Lil’ Panthers preschool, […]

Caesar Rodney High unveils school’s new ‘Guardian Booth’

CAMDEN — Caesar Rodney High School unveiled its new “advanced security booth” on Tuesday. State Sen. Colin Bonini, R-Dover South, helped secure the donation of the portable security booth worth about $5,000 from New York-based manufacturer called Guardian Booth several weeks ago. “It was a lucky circumstance,” said Sen. Bonini. “I have a friend who […]

Delaware Secondary School Mathematics League meets scheduled

DOVER — The Delaware Secondary School Mathematics League is completing its 41st year of operation. The purpose of the Delaware Secondary School Mathematics League is to cultivate interest in mathematics through team competition. This year there were 362 teams registered with 2,058 students participating across the state. These students represent 98 schools including 17 of […]

Delaware Superstars in Education announced

WILMINGTON — The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce and its affiliate, the Partnership Inc., recently announced the 2018 Superstars in Education award winners, who will be recognized at a reception and awards ceremony on May 14. The event will be held at 4:45 p.m. at Wilmington University’s Doberstein Admissions Center Auditorium. In its 26th year, […]