Bells across Delaware will ring at 3:15 p.m. on April 9, 2015 in commemoration of Robert E. Lee’s 1865 surrender at Appomattox which effectively ending the American Civil War.
Governor Markell explains the importance of identifying unmet student needs and developing a comprehensive plan that addresses all schools in Delaware. “Amazing schools and programs across the state are offering diverse and innovative opportunities to meet individual needs, whether it’s the science and math focus at Conrad Schools of Science, the college prep courses at Mount Pleasant, the
programs to serve high-need students at EastSide Charter, or the robust career and technical training at Vo Tech schools in each county,” said Governor Markell.
Date Posted: Friday, March 20th, 2015
All students deserve educational opportunities that prepare them to thrive in an increasingly competitive economy. For some, that means curriculum based on science and math, special preparation for careers in manufacturing or information technology, or dual language programs.
Delaware’s Dutch heritage, living-history performances by the American Historical Theatre, and Earth Day at the John Dickinson Plantation among events to be presented.
Programs to include lecture on “Louise du Pont Crowninshield—Historic Preservation Pioneer” and a screening of the film “The Women.”
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