Current 10th and 11th grade students in the Christina School District are encouraged to apply to the College Readiness Scholars Institute (CRSI), a free, 14-day residential program to prepare students for college by living on the UD campus, learning from UD professors, and being inspired to succeed by peer counselors and residential advisors.
There are a limited number of spaces in the CRSI, and not all applicants will be accepted into the program.
Braeden Mannering, a fourth grade student at Keene Elementary School, is one of only 27 finalists chosen to be considered for the Lead 360 Challenge Award presented by the Jefferson Awards for Public Service. Beginning on Thursday, May 8, Jefferson Awards is launching a social media voting contest (American Idol-style), to choose the five top projects to join the Jefferson Awards National Ceremony on June 17-18 in Washington, D.C.
The Expo will feature interactive events and exhibits, awards' ceremonies, information tables, presentations, and opportunities for students and families to explore STEM education in the Christina School District through fun, interactive activities. The new, comprehensive Student Manual publication is intended to outline expectations for student behavior, discipline interventions, and consequences.
The school bus safety competition is designed to recognize excellence in school bus drivers while demonstrating skills needed in their demanding jobs. On May 5, the full-day prekindergarten students at the Christina Early Education Center (CEEC) showed their appreciation to Ms. This year, the Brader Elementary School Student Council and Delaware Autism Program (DAP) collaborated to submit a service project to be considered for a Jefferson Award. Gallaher Elementary School 3rd graders spent the day touring the George Read House in Old New Castle.
The Gauger-Cobbs Middle School BPA Club had an outstanding but very exhausting trip last week to the National BPA Conference in Indianapolis.
Eighth grader Kyra Hartland was awarded a national First Place award in the Entrepreneurship Exploration category at the middle school level. Gauger-Cobbs Middle School's most recent TSA Competition was the State competition held at Harrington Fair Grounds on April 29 and 30. As part of Christiana High School's ongoing effort to promote sportsmanship at CHS, 2-3 athletes are recognized each month for demonstrating fairness, ethics, respect, and a sense of fellowship during competition.  Plaques, courtesy of Crown Trophy, were presented to the Vikings' April Sportsmanship award winners! Any Glasgow High School band students interested in joining the DFRC All-Star Blue-Gold Band, download and fill out the Band Member Form and return to Mr.
The Delaware Career Association and Jobs for Delaware Graduates (JDG) held its Awards Ceremony on May 2 at Glasgow High School. Glasgow High School recently held its awards assembly and breakfast to celebrate the accomplishments of Glasgow students that earned Distinguished Honor Roll, Honor Roll, Athletic Honor Roll and Marching Band Honor Roll for the third marking period. Glasgow High School students recently participated in a student forum with Christina Superintendent Dr. Congratulations to Joseph Disk, Glasgow High School and Evan Cox, Newark High School on receiving the rank of Eagle Scout. The Newark Men's track team forged a powerful team effort to dominate the Blue Hen Conference Championship at Appoquinimink High School.
The Delaware Career Association's Newark High School (NHS) Chapter had another outstanding showing at the recent statewide competitive events. On Thursday, May 15, the Newark High School PTSA will be hosting its Annual Spring Luncheon as a way of saying THANKS for another year of service to Newark High School. A great opportunity for Newark high school students to learn and grow and support their community. Greater Newark Conservancy is currently accepting applications from Newark high school students for 6-week summer internships with the Newark Youth Leadership Project (NYLP), a year-round leadership and job training program. Students involved in JROTC take advantage of the character building benefits that the program has to offer. JROTC also holds competitions that motivate cadets and gives them the opportunity to travel to other states.

After high school, interested students receive help from the instructors to meet the criteria for acceptance into military academies and four-year college ROTC scholarships. Thanks to the efforts of the Knights' EARTH Club, Del Norte was selected as the New Mexico School of the Year by the National Energy Education Development Project.
Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council gives advice on keeping students in school. In the third year of the New Generation project, also called El Campo, organizers strived to teach young people in Kyrgyzstan skills to contribute to a stronger, prepared, and critically minded next generation of Kyrgyzstan. We put students first, seek growth, are open to change, do great work together and value differences. View the documents needed to register your child, enrollment requirements and immunization information. Please use the links to the left to navigate through our program information and learn more. Lead 360 Challenge recognizes and awards individuals and groups who have demonstrated exceptional leadership through youth service projects. Freeman Williams extended his personal thanks to Richard Ferenz of Christiana High School on May 6, as part of Teacher Appreciation Week celebrations.
DOE is also encouraging Delawareans to thank the educators making a difference in their lives, families and communities during Teacher Appreciation Week, and to share photographs and words of thanks with them so they can share them more broadly.
The Student Manual will also help the District meet the requirements of the Resolution Agreement with the United States Office for Civil Rights. All are encouraged to attend the Public Forums and continue the discussion about the Student Manual. The project, entitled "Light it Up Blue at Brader," promoted student understanding about autism, and the student council raised money to purchase Brader Buddy Benches. The Delaware BPA Middle Level has received the Professional Cup several years in a row because of fundraising for Special Olympics, BPA Cares (fundraisers and community services) and member recruiting. The students were assigned to teams with students from other high schools which then brainstormed and solved simple engineering problems such as designing a switch for a dance pad, making a kicking machine, or a solar car. Even so, Coach Miller called it the best game of the season that her young team has played thus far. The NHS Chapter placed First in Community Service, logging 3,497 hours between April 1, 2013 and April 1, 2014. We would welcome an assortment of salads: pasta, bean, carrot, wild rice, broccoli, cabbage, cucumber, cole slaw, spinach.
Then please consider a monetary donation to support the luncheon and say "we appreciate the NHS Staff". The application deadline is January 9, 2015.NYLP focuses on environmental issues including green jobs, the environment, healthy living, education and career exploration.
In anticipation for the 2015 program, organizers will include a small grants program for program alumni to support the social initiatives implemented in communities across the country. There is no minimum GPA requirement, and students who may be the first in their families to attend college are especially encouraged to apply.
The Department of Education will be posting entries on its DelExcels website throughout the week of May 5-9. The students also strolled along the historic cobblestone streets and brick alleys surrounding the Read House and Gardens to learn more about daily life from the 1600's to the 1800's in New Castle. The students were exceptional, handling themselves as business professionals and conducting themselves in a very mature manner. Eighth grader Nick Cabrera also earned the honor of having the fastest middle school car in the state in the Dragster Racer category, and eighth grader Darrion Fisher-Logan was recognized for the Best Rocket Flight.

They joined Cub Pack 92 that same year, then crossed to Boy Scout Troop 56 together in 2007 where they began their trail to Eagle. If your passion is desserts consider making your favorite dessert or cookie for this event.
Donations can be dropped off or mailed to NHS 750 East Delaware Avenue, Newark, DE 19711 with checks payable to "NHS-PTSA" in an envelope clearly labeled "NHS-PTSA". Interns in the program will be encouraged to try new things, experience outdoor activities and to lead a healthier lifestyle. Tuition, textbooks, dorm fees, and food expenses are all covered by the Christina School District. It will be held at Glasgow High School, located at 1901 South College Avenue (Route 896) in Newark.
Ferenz has taught in the Christina School District for 40 years, longer than any other teacher in the district.
They networked with other students from middle and high schools and communicated amongst their peers, sharing ideas and increasing their confidence levels. Nick Coleman and John Lewis each scored three goals while Thomas Bolin and Trevor Harrison scored a goal each. The Dragons lost to William Penn High School 2-5 despite a great performance by Aaron Coates. Joe's Eagle project involved the renovation of the Pollinator Garden and building an armadillo cage for the Brandywine Zoo. In addition, Charles Albright and Elijah Davis earned 9th place in Personal Budgeting, and La Dai Sha Carter placed 11th in Job Survival Skills. Maybe you have a few hours to help out with volunteer time - we need assistance with set-up, serving, and clean-up. It teaches strong responsibility and leadership skills to help prepare students for life beyond high school. They were very responsible throughout the conference, and took their competitions very seriously. Part of our spring luncheon tradition includes raffling of gift baskets -- do you have a business? Interviews will be given on a first come, first served basis, so students must submit their applications as soon as possible to be considered.
This is a unique opportunity that is only available to students from the Christina School District.
Ferenz is a teacher and department chair in the Agriculture Technology department, which provides opportunities for students to study topics in agricultural science and horticulture, including a Plant and Horticultural Science pathway offering courses and career preparation in horticulture science and floriculture. These young men will continue to follow similar paths, as they are both pursuing careers in flight.
Brader received an award for participating in the event, and plans on doing another project next year. Joe will attend the University of Delaware College of Engineering where he plans to major in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Aerospace Engineering.

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