The Department of Education’s Higher Education office today launched its Delaware Goes To College Backpack Design Contest.
It’s March and before you know it, it’ll be time to nominate residents to the local town councils and school board. With deadlines fast approaching, here’s a rundown of who has filed, who isn’t running again, and...
Providence Creek Academy will have a two-hour delay Wednesday, March 5 because some bus routes still have icy roads and there is a possibility of black ice in the morning.
The Smyrna High School Future Educators Association has been making a name for itself not only on a statewide level but nationally. Smyrna is doing so well that the
Once again residents in the Smyrna-Clayton communities are finding a way to help those in need. This time around the fundraiser...
It’s not every day students get to meet a published author, but fifth and sixth graders at Clayton Intermediate School did just that on Friday when children’s author
The Smyrna School District and Providence Creek Academy have both cancelled school on Tuesday, March 4.
Special Olympics Delaware along with several other disability organizations, will unite with students in schools across the state March 5 to raise awareness about the R-word.
The Delaware Department of Education has awarded two grants worth more than $1.3 million to fund partnerships with Delaware universities that will provide professional development to K-12 science and math educators.
Ask and you shall receive. Families in the Smyrna School District voted in favor of the referendum on Saturday that will now enable the district to renovate old buildings and continue to...
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