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  • Future educators win state awards

    Students from across Delaware took home awards last week from the Educators Rising State Conference. More than 250 students and their advisors as well as higher education partners gathered at Delaware State University in Dover Tuesday for the conference, which included competitive events. Students also spent the morning in workshops and attended a college fair.

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  • Delaware FFA members take home state awards

    Students from across the state took home honors from the 89th Delaware State FFA Convention in Dover on Tuesday. The Delaware FFA Association is a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) that is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

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  • SkillsUSA students bring home state awards

    Students from across the state took home honors from the SkillsUSA awards in Wilmington Wednesday. Nearly 900 students, advisors, and judges who represent business and industry from throughout the state participated in state contests throughout the month of February. Students demonstrated professionalism, leadership and skill attainment in 61 events. The awards culminated with more than $800,000 in student scholarships and prizes will be awarded from partners such as Automotive Training Center, Delaware Technical Community College, Universal Technical Institute, IBEW Local 313, Keen Gas Company, Lincoln Electric, Lowe’s, Miller Electric Manufacturing Company, Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College, and more.

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  • Health science students win state honors

    Students took home awards from two recent statewide health science competitions. During HOSA-Future Health Professionals 5th Annual Rare Disease Day on Feb. 28 at Nemours Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children in North Wilmington, students raised awareness of rare pediatric diseases. Their academic posters and presentations were judged by a group of distinguished judges from Nemours. Middle school students also took home honors Wednesday from HOSA’s Middle Leadership Conference.

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  • Business students take home state honors

    Students from across the state took home honors from the BPA State Conference in Dover last week.BPA is the leading Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.

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