The Delaware Forest Service joined the Delaware Association for Environmental Education (DAEE) to observe “World Outdoor Classroom Day” by planting trees this week at Heritage Elementary in Red Clay School District and Allen Frear Elementary in Caesar Rodney School District. An outdoor learning place is “any place where meaningful experiences can be had in and with nature and the environment,” according to DAEE. “Outdoor learning places are especially beneficial to young students to develop the deep life-long appreciation for the natural world, our dependence on it, and its fragility. Outdoor learning places are often at schools but they can be at parks, churches, or even created in a backyard.” For information, go to http://daeeonline.org
This type of conduct is abhorrent and the school should certainly pursue disciplinary action. Based upon information presented to the Delaware Department of Justice today, there is insufficient evidence to pursue criminal charges at this time. DOJ will assess the results of the full investigation, including police reports and interviews, and any additional evidence that […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 26, 2017 DOVER, Del. — Delaware Department of Technology and Information (DTI) CIO James Collins recently hosted a celebration to recognize the achievement of Caesar Rodney graduate Anirudh Narayanan, who took first place in the Microsoft Excel 2013 category at the recent Microsoft Office Specialist U.S. National Championship in Orlando, FL. […]
535 kindergarten students at McIlvaine Early Childhood Center in Magnolia learned fire safety from Smokey Bear as part of the Delaware Forest Service’s annual education program. Located in the Caesar Rodney School District, McIlvaine is the largest kindergarten program in the First State.