News & Announcements

DIAA "Friday Night Lights" Update

DIAA "Friday Night Lights" will take place on Friday, April 24, 2020 to honor Class of 2020 Student Athletes. The lights will be turned on at Dowd Stadium and the Soccer field at 8:00 PM for 20 minutes and 20 seconds. This event is not for student-athletes, parents and fans to attend. It’s an opportunity for schools to show support virtually. We will post pictures on the district and school website as well as Facebook. The District's Facebook page will go live from Dowd Stadium at little before 8:00 on Friday April, 24th and broadcast the Friday Night Lights Event.
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Blades Elementary and Frederick Douglass Elementary Caravan

There will be a neighborhood caravan for the Blades/Fred zone on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 5:00. Staff members will be “parading” through our students’ communities with signs and balloons. A Blades firetruck will be leading the way! Please join us from your front porch or doorstep as we "say hi" to all of our students we miss so much!
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AP Opportunities During Covid-19

During this challenging time, @CollegeBoard is working to give every AP student the opportunity to earn the college credit and placement they’ve been working toward all year with
1️⃣ Free, live and on-demand AP courses
2️⃣ A new at-home testing option
https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/coronavirus-updates
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April is Autism Awareness Month - Light it Up Blue!

Light It Up Blue

The month of April is Autism Awareness month. We support Autism Speaks by “Lighting It Up Blue.” This campaign is designed to color the world blue in an effort to increase awareness of the challenges faced by people with autism. Awareness is the key to funding research for a cure and helping develop treatments that provide opportunities for people with autism to thrive in this world. Even more importantly, awareness leads to acceptance of people with autism, and their differences, by others. Given that one in 54 children are now being diagnosed with autism, just imagine how many community members have children, family members, or close friends that are affected!

Our Delaware “Light It Up Blue” committee is successful in lighting up University of Delaware, Legislative Hall, Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, City of Seaford, Seaford School District, Premier Physical Therapy and Sports Performance, Gallery 107, St. John’s United Methodist Church, Soroptimist’s Your Sisters’ Closet, Nanticoke Automotive, Penco’s Elegant Designs, Hertrich Family of Dealerships, Sweet Serenity, Western Sussex Chamber of Commerce, Act II Florist, and 35 other local businesses. April 2, 2020, the City of Seaford, along with businesses and partners will Light Up our City.
You can help by shining blue lights, wearing blue, putting up signs and spreading the word of acceptance for children and families impacted by autism.

Thanks for helping us shine a light on autism the month of April.

For more information or to make a donation visit:
autismspeaks.org/LIUB,
Autism Delaware, delautism.org, or
Delaware LIUB Committee Carlyle and Marcia Windley.
cw20@comcast.net
mlwindley@comcast.net
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