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Adult Students Honored For Their Educational Dedication

Four adult education students from the Sussex Tech Adult Division were recognized at a statewide conference on March 31 in Dover. Francisco Izara, Hortencia Toledo, Dreama Baker and Viviana Cuazitl were nominated by their teachers and recognized for their dedication to their educational programs. Also at the Summit, the Sussex Tech Even Start Family Literacy Program was awarded a $500 DAACE Mini Grant that will be used to provide participants with children’s books for their home libraries. The conference was sponsored by OAASIS (Organization of Adult Alumni Students in Service) and DAACE (Delaware Association for Adult and Community Education).

Pictured in photo are staff and students from the James H. Groves Adult High School at the Sussex Tech Adult Division. Seated on floor are Dr. Tom Keeton (Salisbury) and Kristin Lee (Seaford), both instructors. Seated in chairs are Terri Corder (Milford), principal; Kristi King (Seaford), coordinator; Viviana Cuazitl (Georgetown), student; Francisco Izara (Georgetown), student; Hortencia Toledo (Seaford), student; Dreama Baker (Salisbury), student; Nancy Rason (Georgetown), student; and Jose Cuazitl (Georgetown), student. Standing in the back row are Jose Oyola (Greenwood), coordinator; Andy Furst (Dagsboro), instructor; Jessica Clark (Georgetown), staff; Maggie Glick (Millsboro), counselor; Janine Reed (Frankford), instructor; Shannon Lapinsky (Magnolia), instructor; Theresa Craig (Seaford), instructor; Manon Smalley (Seaford), OAASIS worker; and Dr. Patti Keeton (Salisbury), instructor. Absent from the photo is Nancy Cirelli (Lewes), instructor.


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