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Delaware Street Rag -- XENGWIKÁON -- Verse I delaware Street Rag by Michael Caron. It has the longest history and was the largestof the Indian boarding schools before it metamorphosed into its present form http://www.larryville.com/articles/caron/verse1.htm
Extractions: Id never even been in the States before this trip to Kansas. My friends back home had warned me that a young single woman with a name that sounds like horny would have trouble in this country. Rauni, they advised me with the best of intentions, why dont you just call yourself Ronda Thorn? That is not my name and that is certainly not the Thorni way. I was born into this world as Rauni Thorni. They are proud names. The name of a queen and of a heroe in the place I know best. I was not about to become somebody else merely to avoid a few smirks from strangers. The full moon had kept me company on the flight from Helsinki to Chicago. I was tired and feeling quite stressed as the chopper touched down. I was entering unknown territory. Kansas was the Ultima Thule on my mental map. But since I am the girl from Thule I suppose it would be more appropriate, despite the awful cliche, to say Kansas was as unfamiliar to me as Oz was to Dorothy. Not every Indian had a positive image of Lawrence or of Haskell. There was certainly strong opposition from various factions who thought their own corner of Indian Country, or even the nation's capital was more appropriate. But in the end it put things right in the middle of Turtle Island. From the Passamaquoddy people 'downeast' in Maine to the Chemehuevi of southern California, and from the Alaskan Aleuts a stones throw from Asia to the Seminoles in the Florida Everglades, Lawrence, Kansas means Haskell. Whether individuals view Haskell's history as merely flawed or thoroughly evil, almost everyone in Indian Country knows where the school is located. Everyone in Indian Country also knows that despite the past problems in this community, Lawrence has many elements that make it an ideal meeting ground for the tremendously diverse cultures that comprise Native North America.
Extractions: Home School Legal Defense Association recently responded to a document that an agency of the state of Delaware has begun sending out explaining child care regulations in the state. Without any legal authority, the Delaware Office of Child Care Licensing (OCCL), a division of the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (DSCYF), is requiring home schoolers who provide paid instruction to non-related children to be "licensed." "The most disturbing provision of the enclosed document from the OCCL is the statement to parents that 'you must prove your eligibility for exemption from licensing to OCCL.' In America, citizens do not have to prove to the state that they are not guilty of some violation of the law. Instead, under the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, citizens are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty and have the right to remain silent during any investigation or court proceedings against them. Accordingly, we are advising our member families in Delaware that they are not required to provide any information to OCCL about the nature of their home school.
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Other Associations Independent schools Association of the Central States. Advancement for DelawareValley Independent schools. Southeastern Association of boarding schools. http://www.pnais.org/OtherAssns.html
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Extractions: (A biographical sketch from "Who's Who in Delaware County 1926", a publication of the Chester Times ." John Price Crozer, retired manufacturer, resides in Upland. Born in 1858, on February 23rd, the son of Samuel Aldrich and Abigail Coates Cheney Crozer. His wife is Elizabeth Warder Crozer, and their children, Margaret Crozer Lober, Josephine Crozer Ludlow, Abigail Crozer Acker and Elizabeth Crozer Campbell. Mr. Crozer numbers among his clubs the following: Union League, Art, Corinthian Yacht, Island Heights Yacht, Beach Haven Yacht and the Atlantic City Yacht. He is President of the Crozer Coal and Coke Company and of the Crozer Land Association and a member of the directorate of the Delaware County National Bank Delaware County Trust Company , Bank of North America, Philadelphia; Page Coal and Coke Company, Upland Coal and Coke, Crozer Pocahontas Company and the General Refractories Company. Received a degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1878. Is a member of the Delaware County Historical Society. Attends the Upland Baptist Church . In politics, Republican. Yachting and blooded horses are his hobby and sport.
Extractions: Claymont, Delaware General Information: Coeducational day college-preparatory, arts, and technology school, affiliated with Roman Catholic Church. Grades 9-12. Founded: 1932. Setting: suburban. Nearest major city is Wilmington. 38-acre campus. 6 buildings on campus. Approved or accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and Delaware Department of Education. Member of National Association of Independent Schools. Endowment: $6,200,000. Total enrollment: 979. Faculty: School total: 55. In upper school: 32 men (30 full-time, 2 part-time), 23 women (18 full-time, 5 part-time); 37 have master's. Interscholastic Athletics: Baseball (boys), basketball (boys, girls), cheerleading (girls), cross-country running (boys, girls), diving (boys, girls), field hockey (girls), football (boys), golf (boys, girls), lacrosse (boys, girls), soccer (boys, girls), softball (girls), swimming (boys, girls), tennis (boys, girls), track and field (boys, girls), volleyball (girls), wrestling (boys). 24 coaches, 1 trainer.
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About Our School Our graduates are well accepted by a diversity of local high schools, as well asboarding schools, with many delaware Association of Independent schools. http://www.theindependenceschool.org/about_our_school.htm
Extractions: Home About Our School Admissions Who's Who Extended Care Program Parents ... FAQs About Our School Providing quality education for students age three through grade eight PHILOSOPHY The Independence School believes that educational excellence results when there exist in combination outstanding teachers, moderate class size, a pleasant yet disciplined classroom environment, and a traditional, sequential arts-and-sciences curriculum taught in a structured manner. A vital element in the success of an Independence education is a strong parent- school relationship fostered by extensive communication. Independence welcomes any student age three to grade eight regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, subject only to his or her ability to demonstrate sufficient promise of academic success, parent-student agreement with and subscription to the school's philosophy and regulations, and the satisfaction of financial obligations. The school offers need-based financial aid to accepted students to the limits of its ability. The faculty, administration, and trustees of The Independence School personally and professionally reflect and emphasize traditional American values in the Judaeo-Christian tradition: moral and spiritual values, the family, the work ethic, the free enterprise system, patriotism, and the contributions of the cultural traditions that have formed our national heritage.
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