Governor Jack Markell, who provided the leadership and funding for language immersion studies in Delaware elementary schools through his World Language Expansion Initiative in 2011, on Tuesday joined immersion students from across the Caesar Rodney School District for a celebratory event at Simpson Elementary School, where he also discussed the state’s plan to expand the program and to ensure students can continue their immersion language study after elementary school.
Partnership between the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, First State National Historical Park and Kalmar Nyckel Foundation made re-opening possible.
DeBraak tours, the 18th Annual Chautauqua and an evening of readings by Delaware poets and authors among the events to be presented.
Attorney General Matt Denn joined the 18 employees of the Delaware Department of Justice who serve as volunteer mentors at Bancroft and Stubbs Elementary Schools, for a pizza party today with the students involved in the program through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware. The volunteer mentors include staff from all four divisions in the […]
Deputy Attorneys General Brian Robertson and Dan McBride obtained an 18-year prison sentence for Damiere Harris, 23, of New Castle. Harris pled guilty in March, and was sentenced by the court on his convictions for Manslaughter and Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony. In April 2014, Harris shot Sinque Hagler as […]
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