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Everyone knows that few schools are just reading, writing and arithmetic any more.
But several Delaware high schools have unique programs that aren’t available anywhere else in the state.
Here are a few examples of such one-of-a-kind career pathways – plus an unusual club with multiple benefits.
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Sussex Central High in Georgetown in 2010 started the state’s only high school information technology program that offers Microsoft certification. It now includes almost 300 students.
LONG NECK – An educator in the Indian River School District is in the running for national acclaim.
Christa Ferdig, a fifth-grade mathematics at Long Neck Elementary School, is a finalist for the 2016 Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.
She is one of four Delaware teachers – two in math and two in science – who are this year’s 2016 PAEMST finalists for Delaware, earning a chance to become a 2016 math or science awardee later this year.
When Travis Bower became assistant principal at Georgetown Elementary School in November, he brought with him an award-winning robotics program he helped create at Selbyville Middle School.
He was curious as to how the younger students would handle it and wanted to provide them with an opportunity he felt they deserved.