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The BRINC Consortium, made up of educators from Brandywine, Indian River, New Castle County Vo-Tech and Colonial school districts were winners of a 2014 Superstars in Education Award, which was presented May 5 at the annual Superstars recognition event. The Superstars Awards program, sponsored by the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce through its nonprofit organization, The Partnership, annually solicits schools to nominate their outstanding educational programs. BRINC was one of nine programs from throughout the state selected to receive a Superstars Award. (more…)

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By Scott Goss – Middletown Transcript – March 7, 2014

A St. Georges Technical High School graduate currently studying culinary arts at Johnson & Wales University, Holly Rogers returned to her native Australia this week for a six-month internship with MomofukuSeiobo in Sydney, one of 15 restaurants owned by world-renowned Korean-American chef David Chang.

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Board Elects New Officers

Board Elects New Officers

At the July 28, 2014, regular Board meeting, members of the NCCVT School Board of Education unanimously elected Yvette Santiago to serve as President of the Board for the coming year. A board member since 2007, she has served several years as the board’s Vice President. John F. Lynch was elected Board Vice President. Mr. Lynch, who was first appointed to the board in 1983, has served as board president for the past 24 years.

 

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Cheryl A. Dennis, an active member of the Delaware City Volunteer Fire Company and Ladies Auxiliary for 30 years, has been appointed by Gov. Jack Markell to serve a seven-year term on the New Castle County Vocational Technical School District Board of Education. Dennis took her oath of office at the school board’s October 28 meeting.Unlike other Delaware public school districts, vo-tech school board members are appointed by the Governor, not elected by the community. She fills the seat left vacant when a former board member resigned before the term expired. Dennis’s term will run until September 20, 2020.

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He has been invited to join the Finalists and Semi-finalists at the School Counselor of the Year Gala in Washington, D.C. This is the first time Delaware has been represented for this honor. Mark is proof that we are doing important things here in Delaware and especially in the NCCVT school district. He is an integral part of the success of his students and has been recognized as such. Please join in congratulating him for this outstanding honor. Congratulations on a job well done, Mark!

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Students Pledge Not to Text While Driving – Representatives from AT&T teamed up with Wilmington Mayor Dennis P. Williams and Wilmington Councilman Robert A. Williams to speak to Howard High School of Technology students on September 19 about the dangers of texting while driving.  

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