Four adult education students from the Sussex Tech Adult Division were recognized as Outstanding Adult Education Students at a statewide conference held April 13 in Dover.
The conference was sponsored by the Organization of Adult Alumni Students in Service and Delaware Association for Adult and Community Education. The students were nominated by their teachers and recognized for their dedication to their educational programs. Students who were recognized were Antonia Garcia, Taylor Conner, Nicholas Matul and Maria Borja.
Also at the summit, the Sussex Tech Even Start Family Literacy Program hosted a workshop, Project Parenting, in which tips for reading to children were shared.
Pictured are staff and students and from the James H. Groves Adult High School at the Sussex Tech Adult Division. Standing (l-r) are Kira Lyle and Donna Dipple of Millsboro, friends of student; Shannon Lapinsky of Magnolia, instructor; Nancy Cirelli of Lewes, instructor; Becky King of Georgetown, instructor; Janine Reed of Georgetown, instructor; Barbara Dean of Lincoln, instructor; Joan Mills of Greenwood, instructor; Patt Kelley of Millsboro, instructor; Terri Corder of Greenwood, principal; and Jessica Clark of Georgetown, instructor. Seated are Bob Powell of Millville, coordinator; Catherine Handy of Laurel, instructor; Mrs. and Mr. Nicholas Matul of Georgetown, student; Taylor Conner of Millsboro, student; Maria Borja and her daughter of Greenwood, student; and Antonia Garcia of Georgetown, student.