‘Nothing will make me happier than reuniting [descendant families] with missing relatives,’ archaeologist Wade Catts said.
“’This is sacred ground for Delaware, and we will continue to treat it with the honor and respect it deserves,’ said Tim Slavin, a state official.
Easter egg hunts and related events are sort of back this year, promising some fun while following pandemic guidelines.
Officials cited technologies like high-friction surface treatments, rumble strips and ‘automated enforcement’ (that’s bureaucratese for red-light cameras).
A new novel called ‘Ellerslie’ is a ghost story set in a riverfront mansion in Edgemoor in the Roaring ’20s.
The district school board votes May 11 on the proposal, and it would start this fall.
The best simple advice is to register with the biggest suppliers, because you’ll need an account to schedule and maybe just to see the appointment calendar.
‘It can be uncomfortable to tell and hear,’ said supervisor Gloria Henry. ‘It’s very hard to hear some parts of history, but we will never shirk from that.’
Droves of students will not be held back because of interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Delaware educators say. Instead, schools will bear down on core math and English skills. They’re also planning ways to help kids catch up through various programs in the summer and when they return to school in the fall. “We’re trying our best to …
The school board on March 15 will live-stream a workshop on its YouTube channel featuring a sleep expert.