Signers’ Awards given at the Delaware Public Archives. Students were given two months to prepare an informative and artistic four panel display on Delaware’s role in its writing and ratifying the U.S. Constitution which may include art work, poetry, songs, or political cartoons. Representatives from the Department of State judged 34 projects focusing on three main areas: accuracy, spelling and creativity.
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.
As part of National Fire Prevention Month in October, Smokey Bear will be visiting classrooms with the Delaware Forest Service’s yearly fire prevention education programs targeted to first-grade students in the state’s private, public, and charter schools. Ashley Peebles coordinates the successful effort that reaches around 9,000 students annually.
UPDATE: This event will take place at Kent County’s Brecknock Park – all other details are the same. For directions: click here “Forestry for the future” – Students to test forestry skills at Brecknock Park on June 25. Contact: Ashley Peebles, 302-698-4551 firstname.lastname@example.org Who: – Delaware school chapters of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) and […]
Delaware students compete in 2013 Junior Solar Sprint; Students designed, built and raced model cars powered by solar energy
With the roar of full-sized NASCAR racers in the background, more than 80 middle and junior high school students from 10 schools participated in Delaware’s 19th Annual Junior Solar Sprint Competition on Wednesday, May 15 near the Monster Monument at Dover International Speedway in Dover. DNREC’s Division of Energy and Climate organized the event to educate students about renewable energy and the environment through a creative and exciting competition.