Cape leaders say internet-based learning working for students

District leaders said teachers are constantly monitoring and adjusting course to make sure students are successful. Cape’s aggressive building program is continuing in Milton and in Lewes. This artist’s conception, from a Sussex Drive vantage point, shows how the 1921 Lewes School structure will be rehabilitated and expanded to become the new Richard A. Shields […]

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Bill Seeks to Give Citizens a Voice in State of Emergency Declarations, Modifications

Delaware State House of Representatives Republican Caucus Click on to see the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HK56hgJKcI8&feature=youtu.be   JANUARY 11, 2021 — Providing a check against the governor’s unlimited authority to renew and modify State of Emergency orders is the goal of a new bill sponsored by State Rep. Rich Collins (R-Millsboro) and State Sen. Bryant Richardson (R-Seaford).   […]

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Delaware Percent Positive Hot Spot Analysis–January 10, 2021

Hot spots 🔥… Using Delaware Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) data from their https://myhealthycommunity.dhss.delaware.gov/locations/state site, for the week of January 2-8, 2021, the top Delaware zip codes by test-based percent positive rate is as follows: 19946, Frederica (K), 18.1% 19950, Greenwood (S), 17.8 19933, Bridgeville (S), 16.9 19952, Harrington (K), 15.4 19956, Laurel (S), 15.2 […]

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Governor Carney Updates COVID-19 Restrictions

Stay-at-Home advisory, universal indoor mask mandate remain in effect; 10 p.m. curfew expires at restaurants and bars; sports may resume with restrictions…   Governor John Carney on Friday signed the fifth revision to the omnibus emergency order, continuing the restrictions, including the Stay-at-Home advisory and universal indoor mask mandate, to combat the increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations […]

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