Nearly 40 inches of snow dropped on the Smyrna-Clayton communities this winter causing disruptions for towns, the state and school districts. The amount of snow caused town’s to go over budget and for school districts to cancel school several days. While town officials and school district administrators are still reeling in the effects of this year’s snow storms,...
When Lawrence "Ty" Tyrell’s friend Mekhi Abel began choking at lunch one day in early April, Ty knew exactly what to do to save the boy – perform the Heimlich maneuver on him. The action saved Mekhi’s life;...
Catch up with some of Dr. Seuss's favorite characters tonight at John Bassett Moore Intermediate School when students perform "Seussical: The Musical."
The Delaware Department of Education is accepting applications for an eight-week summer program for leaders who have a passion for education and want to gain exposure to policy work.
Students from Smyrna High School will take part in a "Black Tie Affair" on prom night Saturday, April 5.
Gov. Jack A. Markell signed signed H.B. 259 into law today, which passed both the house and the senate last week.
Six students and one advisor from Smyrna High School attended Delaware DECA’s Career Development "Make It Count" Conference on March 10 at Dover Downs Conference...
The Smyrna School District will not add days to the end of the school year thanks in part to the State Board of Education’s approval of forgiving up to six school days lost due to...
A public-private partnership has launched a new education-focused website to inform Delawareans about the state's new standards and assessments.
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