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Lt. Governor Visits Lake Forest East And W.B. Simpson Elementary Schools On Monday

Former Lt. Governor Matt Denn (2009-2014) | Office of the Lieutenant Governor | Date Posted: Friday, December 13, 2013



Both Winners of State’s Reward & Recognition Award 

WILMINGTON, Del. – On Monday, December 16th, Lt. Governor Matt Denn will visit two schools that were both 2013 winners of the state’s Reward and Recognition School Awards, known informally as the state’s Academic Achievement Awards.

During his visits to Lake Forest East and W.B. Simpson Elementary Schools on Monday, the Lt. Governor will tour classrooms, talk with students, teachers and administrators and learn about their plans for the $50,000 associated with the awards.  These awards were created by legislation spearheaded by the Lt. Governor and passed by the Delaware General Assembly in 2009.  Winners were selected based on 2012-13 data.

Lake Forest East and W. B. Simpson Elementary Schools are both Recognition Schools, meaning they were chosen for exceptional performance and/or closing the achievement gap.  This year, 2 Reward and 15 Recognition schools received $50,000 each.  The announcement was made by Lt. Governor Denn and Department of Education Secretary Mark Murphy on October 15th.

10:00am-11:00am
VISIT TO LAKE FOREST EAST ELEMENTARY  124 West Front St., Frederica  (Principal Susan Piavis)
10:00 – Entire school rehearsing for winter concert (Chorus Teacher is their Teacher of the Year)
10:15 – Lt. Governor address the students
10:45 – Walking tour of building 

11:30am-12:30pm
VISIT TO W.B. SIMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  
5 Old North Rd., Camden (Principal Mike Kijowski)
11:30 – Meeting with student council to officially present the student council with the Recognition School banner
11:45 – Visit Sandy Tinsley’s 4th grade classroom

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Lt. Governor Visits Lake Forest East And W.B. Simpson Elementary Schools On Monday

Former Lt. Governor Matt Denn (2009-2014) | Office of the Lieutenant Governor | Date Posted: Friday, December 13, 2013



Both Winners of State’s Reward & Recognition Award 

WILMINGTON, Del. – On Monday, December 16th, Lt. Governor Matt Denn will visit two schools that were both 2013 winners of the state’s Reward and Recognition School Awards, known informally as the state’s Academic Achievement Awards.

During his visits to Lake Forest East and W.B. Simpson Elementary Schools on Monday, the Lt. Governor will tour classrooms, talk with students, teachers and administrators and learn about their plans for the $50,000 associated with the awards.  These awards were created by legislation spearheaded by the Lt. Governor and passed by the Delaware General Assembly in 2009.  Winners were selected based on 2012-13 data.

Lake Forest East and W. B. Simpson Elementary Schools are both Recognition Schools, meaning they were chosen for exceptional performance and/or closing the achievement gap.  This year, 2 Reward and 15 Recognition schools received $50,000 each.  The announcement was made by Lt. Governor Denn and Department of Education Secretary Mark Murphy on October 15th.

10:00am-11:00am
VISIT TO LAKE FOREST EAST ELEMENTARY  124 West Front St., Frederica  (Principal Susan Piavis)
10:00 – Entire school rehearsing for winter concert (Chorus Teacher is their Teacher of the Year)
10:15 – Lt. Governor address the students
10:45 – Walking tour of building 

11:30am-12:30pm
VISIT TO W.B. SIMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  
5 Old North Rd., Camden (Principal Mike Kijowski)
11:30 – Meeting with student council to officially present the student council with the Recognition School banner
11:45 – Visit Sandy Tinsley’s 4th grade classroom

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