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full time tenure track teaching position open at Lenape

Lenape High School

My name is Mike Condurso.  I am the Department Coordinator
for the Technology Education Department at Lenape High school.  I am looking
to spread the word that we have a full time tenure track teaching position
open at Lenape.  Do you have a mechanism for sharing this information with
your membership?  I can be reached by email at mcondurso@lrhsd.org; or phone

Sussex Academy receives Delaware bio grant

Delaware Bio

Sussex Academy biology teacher Jennifer Couch was recently awarded a grant from the Delaware BioScience Association.

The grant, in the amount of $847, will fund the purchase of materials needed for a microbial fuel cell project for her 10th-grade biology class.

The project is a six-step process that includes summer field work, a research paper, lab work, data analysis and a final notebook and presentation.

SCPAB presented award-winning scientist Bill Nye at the Bob

University of Delaware

SCPAB to present award-winning scientist Bill Nye at the Bob

The Student Centers Programming Advisory Board (SCPAB) at the University of Delaware will present award-winning scientist, author and television personality Bill Nye at 8 p.m., Tuesday, March 21, at the Bob Carpenter Center.

The event will be held as a moderated discussion. Students will have the opportunity to submit questions to Nye and have them answered at the event.

Doors will open at 7 p.m.

Help us recognize Career and Technical Education Month

New Castle County Vo-Tech High Schools

Help us recognize Career and Technical Education Month

DELAWARE VOICE

VICTORIA C. GEHRT

It’s a Monday, and 672 seniors from the four New Castle County Vo-Tech High Schools – Delcastle, Hodgson, Howard, and St. Georges – are heading to work at offices, labs, healthcare centers, restaurants, construction sites, auto dealerships and hundreds of other businesses as paid, credentialed, highskilled employees.

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