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Milford School Counselor Delaware 2024 Behavioral Health Professional of the Year

Shannon Gronau, a school counselor from the Milford School District, is the state’s 2024 Delaware Behavioral Health Professional of the Year.




DIAA Announces Scholar Athlete Awards

The DIAA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the winners of the 2024 DIAA/Harry Roberts-Senior Scholar Athlete awards. There were fifteen applications this year, nine from female students and six from males. The Award is named in recognition and memory of Dr. Harry Roberts, former Superintendent of the Caesar Rodney School District who served DIAA on several committees, most notably as Chair of the DIAA Sportsmanship committee for many years.




School Behavioral Health Professionals to be Honored

The state will name its 2024 Delaware Behavioral Health Professional of the Year at a statewide celebration on Monday. Delaware’s districts and the Delaware Charter School Network named local Behavioral Health Professionals of the Year for 2024. Following an application and interview process, one will be named the state honoree.




Delaware Teachers Deserve Continuous Appreciation

Each May during National Teacher Appreciation Week, Delaware takes a moment to honor and celebrate the incredible contributions of educators across the state. Businesses offer teacher specials. School administrations and parent teacher organizations provide lunches. Students and families show their thanks with notes or small gifts. Elected leaders recognize the profession. All aim to honor the profound impact educators have on shaping our students and their future. The truth is our teachers deserve a high level of appreciation all year long.




Delaware Tutoring Efforts Recognized by National Learning Collaborative

Delaware is being recognized as an innovative national leader for its high-dosage tutoring partnership with Reading Assist. Accelerate, a national nonprofit focused on tutoring and learning acceleration, released a State Field Guide highlighting Delaware’s leadership in high-dosage tutoring and outlining steps, including model regulations, that other states can take to create similar programs. 







 Pages Tagged With: "education"

Milford School Counselor Delaware 2024 Behavioral Health Professional of the Year

Shannon Gronau, a school counselor from the Milford School District, is the state’s 2024 Delaware Behavioral Health Professional of the Year.




DIAA Announces Scholar Athlete Awards

The DIAA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the winners of the 2024 DIAA/Harry Roberts-Senior Scholar Athlete awards. There were fifteen applications this year, nine from female students and six from males. The Award is named in recognition and memory of Dr. Harry Roberts, former Superintendent of the Caesar Rodney School District who served DIAA on several committees, most notably as Chair of the DIAA Sportsmanship committee for many years.




School Behavioral Health Professionals to be Honored

The state will name its 2024 Delaware Behavioral Health Professional of the Year at a statewide celebration on Monday. Delaware’s districts and the Delaware Charter School Network named local Behavioral Health Professionals of the Year for 2024. Following an application and interview process, one will be named the state honoree.




Delaware Teachers Deserve Continuous Appreciation

Each May during National Teacher Appreciation Week, Delaware takes a moment to honor and celebrate the incredible contributions of educators across the state. Businesses offer teacher specials. School administrations and parent teacher organizations provide lunches. Students and families show their thanks with notes or small gifts. Elected leaders recognize the profession. All aim to honor the profound impact educators have on shaping our students and their future. The truth is our teachers deserve a high level of appreciation all year long.




Delaware Tutoring Efforts Recognized by National Learning Collaborative

Delaware is being recognized as an innovative national leader for its high-dosage tutoring partnership with Reading Assist. Accelerate, a national nonprofit focused on tutoring and learning acceleration, released a State Field Guide highlighting Delaware’s leadership in high-dosage tutoring and outlining steps, including model regulations, that other states can take to create similar programs.