Read about Howard students throwing a Sweethearts Dance for aged residents of Luther Towers.
Read about Delcastle biology teacher Brian Gross’s visits with some interesting pals to area elementary classrooms.
Every summer, middle schoolers fill the classrooms of Howard High School of Technology to explore future careers. The campers spend four half days in their chosen areas and seem to have a common complaint: “It’s just not long enough.” For more information click on Career Camp.
“Bake the Night Away” was an overnight effort by Delcastle’s culinary arts students designed to make 500 dozen cookies for hundreds of police officers statewide. The 6,000 cookies were contributed to “Cookies for Cops,” an annual program sponsored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving as a holiday thank you to police for trying to keep impaired drivers off the highways.
Temperatures hovering below 30 degrees with a wind chill that made it feel like 17, made for ideal ice-sculpting weather for three carvers on Saturday morning, January 31st on the Boardwalk outside the Atlantic Sands Hotel.
As part of a special arrangement between Brader Elementary School and the New Castle County Vocational Technical School District, Hodgson’s Dental Assisting students learn workplace skills while under-insured children receive free dental care.
Students from Howard’s Academy of Finance and Business and their instructors, Mr. Matt Kane and Tim Johnson, hosted the kickoff of Howard’s participation in Wilmington’s “Dollar Wi$e” Campaign last week.
Congratulations to Delcastle Graphic Arts students who were winners in the Delaware Department of Natural Resources Conservation Youth Poster Design Contest, New Castle County division. Emily Hunter won 1st Place; Tiffany Noel, 2nd place; and Ammon Hutt, 3rd place. The students were recognized in an assembly on December 16 and received certificates and cash awards.