Thanks to the hard work of educators and school staff across the state, including careful planning and conscientious following of needed safety measures and protocols, students in most schools across Delaware have been given the option to return to some form of in-person learning if their families so choose. The Delaware Division of Public Health reports that school faculty and staff’s hard work has paid off with low COVID-19 cases numbers in schools and – similar to what has been found nationally and internationally – no significant spread in schools.
A senior administrative secretary from Christina School District’s Jennie E. Smith Elementary School is the state’s first Delaware Educational Support Professional of the Year.
National online cybersecurity talent search and competition open to all Delaware high school students Dover – Governor John Carney today announced Delaware’s participation in CyberStart America – an innovative, online cybersecurity talent search and competition sponsored by the National Cyber Scholarship Foundation and SANS Institute. Delaware’s high school students are encouraged to explore their aptitude for […]
20 District/Charter Educational Support Professionals of the Year honored, one to be named state winner
Twenty educational support professionals have been selected to represent their districts or the Delaware Charter School Network in the state’s first Delaware Educational Support Professional of the Year Program.
Sponsors in CACFP can receive reimbursement for meals served in compliance with program regulations at qualifying child care centers, adult day care centers, emergency shelters, family day care homes and afterschool programs.