The program began four years ago and has about 100 students enrolled.
The young women will be heading off to college in 2022 and could end up running against each other.
When you move a science competition outside, there’s all sort of real-world conditions that pop up that you’d never have to contend with in an indoor setting. Rockets that get caught in trees, not gym rafters. Planes that land on roofs that wouldn’t have been there. Parking lots that slope down to allow rain to run off, …
Hill attribute his love of the game and coaching to his own father, who urged his children to be actively involved
Without doubt, UD’s president said, the school will continue to feel the economic effects of COVID-19 for years
The district school board votes May 11 on the proposal, and it would start this fall.
The process that New Castle County, CEWER use also has been used to check sewage for alcohol and narcotic drugs.
‘We believe that based on science it’s time to reopen our schools—fully,’ said Lisa McCulley, founder of Stand Up Delaware.
This was Sage Sawhney’s third time to participate; he placed second last year.
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 …