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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: .. 100 N.. Dupont Road, Wilmington, DE 19807, (302) 651-2700.. A Red Clay Consolidated School District.. Public School | Grades 6-12.. Copyright Notice Disclaimer.. Bullying Prevention & School Crime.. | Contact: 1-800-220-5414.. ABOUT US.. Mission Statement.. Latest News.. Dean s Message.. Gazette (student newspaper).. Profile.. Achievements.. History.. Directions.. LEARNING.. Administration.. Staff Directory.. Edline Staff Directory.. Departments.. Course Catalogs.. High School Course Selection Letter.. Grade Level Expectations.. Library.. STUDENTS.. Student Services.. Grading Policies.. HAC.. Forms.. Nurse.. Wellness Center.. Lunch.. Listserve.. Guidance.. Guidance Department.. Applying to College.. College Visits Calendar.. Jefferson Award.. CCSF Scholarship.. Activities.. Clubs.. Sports.. Summer Reading.. Cab Senior Research.. Supply Lists.. General.. Academic.. Dance.. Visual Arts.. Vocal Music.. Attendance Policies.. Discipline.. Agenda.. Code of Conduct.. Código de Conducta.. Agenda System.. Bullying Policy.. Bully Prevention  ...   forms.. Apply.. Application Process.. MS Assessments & Rubrics.. HS Assessments & Rubrics.. Visual Arts Registration Forms.. Middle School Vocal Music Recommendation Form.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Visits.. SUPPORT.. Partners.. PTSO.. Parent Involvement Policy.. School Fund.. Volunteer.. Donate.. United Way.. ALUMNI.. Transcripts.. Newsletter.. Events.. Upcoming Events.. Midterm exam schedule.. Jan 13-16.. Assessment Information.. Dates: Jan 18 and Jan 25.. Middle School Audition Workshop.. January 6, 2:45-5:00pm.. Winter Piano Recitals.. Middle and High School student performances.. Winter Instrumental Concerts.. Middle and High School band performances.. News Information.. Student art selected for hospital.. N/AIDHC opens new building with Cab student art.. Holiday card winners announced.. Potter Anderson and Carroon selects art by Cab students.. Theater renovation progress.. Check back for updated photos!.. Principal for a Day.. George Meldrom, Nemours Foundation..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: Copyright Notice.. Except where expressly stated, all text, image files, audio and video clips, and the content on this web site are the property of Red Clay Consolidated School District (.. RCCSD.. ).. With the exception of the fair use provisions below, any use of the materials on this web site in any form, whether in whole or in part (including extracts), including reproduction (for any purposes other than those authorized herein or by specific written permission of.. ), modification, distribution or republication without the prior written permission of.. is strictly prohibited.. Any documents containing a byline or signature remain the copyrighted material of the author(s), whether students, parents, or staff members, and may not be reproduced in any media in whole or in part without specific written permission from the author.. The trademarks, logos, and trade names used and/or depicted on this web site are the property of.. or their respective owners.. grants the right to create a hyperlink to any document on.. s web site so long as the hyperlink does not create the appearance that.. sponsors or endorses the entity linking to..  ...   1.. Users must cite the school, author and source of the content as they would material from any printed work;.. 2.. The citation must include all copyright information and other information associated with the content and the.. URL.. for the.. website;.. 3.. None of the content may be altered or modified; and.. 4.. Users must comply with all other terms or restrictions which may be applicable to the individual file, image or text.. Disclaimer.. may provide links to third party web sites as a convenience for our users.. does not control, sponsor, or endorse the content of any of these external sites, nor does.. take any responsibility for the content, the accuracy of the information and/or the quality of products or services provided by or advertised on any external web sites.. disclaims any and all liability and responsibility for any claims and damage that may arise as a result of any web sites maintained by third parties.. further advises site visitors that links to web sites not controlled by.. are not subject to the privacy policies and terms and conditions associated with the.. web site..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: Delaware Department of Justice.. Bullying Prevention School Crime.. Contact (Ombudsperson):.. 1-800-220-5414.. Definition of Bullying.. Bullying shall mean any intentional written, electronic, verbal or physical act or actions against another student, school volunteer or school employee that a reasonable person.. under the circumstances should know will have the effect of: (1) Placing a student, school or volunteer or school employee in reasonable fear of substantial harm to his or her emotional or physical well-being or substantial damage to his or her property; or (2) Creating a hostile threatening, humiliating or abusive educational environment due to the pervasiveness or persistence of actions or due to a power differential between the bully and the target; or (3) Interfering with a student having a safe school environment that is necessary to facilitate educational performance, opportunities or benefits; or (4) Perpetuating bullying by inciting, soliciting or coercing an individual or group to demean, dehumanize, embarrass or cause emotional, psychological or physical harm to another student, school volunteer or school employee.. Description of the school’s Bully Prevention Program.. The program at Cab Calloway consists of mediation, conflict resolution, empathy and interpersonal skill development.. Parent contact is required any time a bullying incident has occurred between students.. Our middle school health classes will continue teaching a unit on bullying.. Description of the supervisory procedures in non-classroom areas.. Teachers are to actively engage in hall duty between class periods.. Staff members are assigned cafeteria duty to ensure safety.. Administrators and other staff monitor stairwells, hallways, and non-classroom areas.. Duties assigned to cover non-classroom areas before school, during lunch and after school.. Reviewed and revised as needed on a yearly basis as well as throughout the school year.. Reporting Requirements.. If a faculty/staff member observes bullying behavior or has been informed by a student and/or parent that bullying behavior is taking place they are to report it to the school administration and/or school counselors immediately.. All reports of bullying are documented on eSchool and investigated.. Investigative Procedures.. When bullying behavior is reported, the reporting student/s is asked to write a statement, which includes identifying anyone who  ...   always begin with the least punitive consequence in an effort to effect a change in behavior.. We will also endeavor to educate the student/s as needed on acceptable behavior as well as provide strategies for dealing with the triggers that may lead to bullying.. Again, we will refer to Board Policy 8023; page 5-6 as a guideline.. Procedures for student or caregiver to provide information on bullying activity.. Caregivers, students and all staff are encouraged to report bullying behavior when it occurs.. This report can come via phone, email, written correspondence or in person.. Confidentiality is maintained whenever possible.. The “Bullying Request for Support Form” will be available on our website as well as in all of our offices (Administration, Guidance, etc).. There is also a drop box in the Guidance Office where students can deposit the “Bullying Request for Support Form” anonymously.. Notification of caregiver of bullies and targets.. Caregivers are contacted anytime there is a reported and/or referable confrontation between two or more students whether or not bullying has been confirmed.. Procedures for communication between school staff members, mental health, and health professionals.. When bullying has been reported to the school administration, the students, both bully and victim, are referred to one or more of the following resources as deemed necessary:.. Guidance Counselor, Student Interventionist, School Nurse or Wellness Center.. Based upon the recommendations from one or more of these resources the administration will refer the student/s to seek outside medical help.. Procedures for handling Cyber Bullying:.. Cyber bullying is handled in much the same way as bullying.. When cyber bullying behavior is reported, the reporting student/s is asked interviewed and asked to provide any screen shots they may have captured on their mobile device.. A written statement may be required.. The reporting student is asked to identify any potential witnesses.. Witnesses are interviewed and may be asked to write statements as well.. A decision to contact police is made after the investigation is complete.. Parents of victim and perpetrator are contacted.. Procedures for Parent/Guardian to provide information to School Administration:.. revised August 1, 2013..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: About Cab Calloway..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: Mission, Beliefs, Objectives.. Our Vision.. When a study of arts and academics are combined, each informs and enriches the other.. At the Cab Calloway School of the Arts, students will receive an exemplary academic program in all required subject areas, and a special curriculum, which will emphasize the creative, performing, and visual arts.. Our Mission.. Cab Calloway School of the Arts invites students who demonstrate artistic interest and potential to engage in a rigorous curriculum where arts and academics combine to cultivate the development of independent investigation, critical and creative thinking, and the innovative application of acquired skills.. Our graduates will demonstrate a mastery of defined skills that will enable them to be productive, self-directed, lifelong learners, who appreciate and respect diversity.. Our Beliefs.. Arts and academics have equal value.. Arts are integral to education.. Through expressional learning and the act of creating, students develop self esteem and  ...   learning styles.. 8.. Educational success is the shared responsibility of the student, the family, the school, and the community.. 9.. All members of the school community have the right to a safe learning environment.. 10.. Technology allows education to become a more global experience.. 11.. Risk-taking and a willingness to change are necessary for continuous improvement.. 12.. Arts lead to a more balanced and innovative learner and citizen.. Our Objectives.. Objective 1 (Academics): By the year 2019, all Cab Calloway School of the Arts students will demonstrate increased levels of academic proficiency and competencies.. Objective 2 (Arts): By the year 2019, all Cab Calloway School of the Arts students will demonstrate increased levels of arts proficiency and competencies.. Objective 3 (School Climate): By the year 2019, the Cab Calloway School community will demonstrate its respect for self and others, as well as its responsibility to school and/or community..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: News.. Congratulations to our visual arts students! The Nemours/Alfred I.. duPont Hospital for Children (N/AIDHC) in Wilmington, Delaware is scheduled to open its new Expansion building in October 2014.. As a premiere pediatric hospital Nemours plans to appoint the Expansion building with artwork created by children for children in key public spaces.. The requirements were that all artwork must be visually appropriate for children of all ages including teens and young adults.. The committee was looking for art that will be viewed as uplifting, calming, fascinating, and timeless for the enjoyment of patients, family members, staff and visitors for years to come.. All four of the middle school works we submitted were selected by the Nemours Hospital Committee!.. Please congratulate the following Junior National Art Honor Society members: Sarvagnya K (grade 7), Cole P (grade 7), Alexa N( grade 8), Melanie G (grade 7).. Alicia G hard edge painting was also selected – Alicia is a junior at Cab Calloway! Congratulations to all five students!.. View student artwork:.. By Sarvagnya K.. By Cole P.. By Alexa N.. By Melanie G.. By Alicia G.. Share.. Posted on December 23, 2013.. l to r: Courtney Litman from Potter, Anderson, and Corroon, winner Miranda R, Felipe R, Gabrielle F, Elle C, and Lauren Kornsey, also from Potter, Anderson, and Corroon.. Lauren Kornsey and Courtney Litman, from the law firm of Potter, Anderson, and Corroon, visited Cab Calloway on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 to present checks to this year s four greeting card designers.. Senior, Miranda R was this year s winner with her digital painting of a young boy gazing into a quaint shop window with a sled in tow.. 2nd prize went to Felipe R, 3rd prize: Gabrielle F, and 4th prize: Elle C.. The firm sends over 5000 winter greeting cards internationally each year.. In lieu of sending printed cards this year, Potter, Anderson, and Corroon initiated use of an e-card and a donation was made to Cab Calloway s Visual Arts Department.. View the winning card designs below:.. by Miranda R (First Place).. by Felipe R (Second Place).. by Gabrielle F (Third Place).. by Elle C (Fourth Place).. Posted on December 19, 2013.. The Cab theater demolition is well under way! Architects and engineers are working on the design documents to be shared with the community in January 2014.. Scroll down to see progress of the theatre renovation!.. Here s what the theater looked like in early September:.. By September 10, floor demolition was underway:.. Views from the stage on October 4:.. Views as of November 7:.. Views as of December 6:.. Posted on December 6, 2013.. Mr.. George Meldrum, Senior Advisor for Governmental Affairs and Community Relations with the Nemours Foundation, was Cab Calloway School s Principal for the Day on Friday, Dec.. 6th.. Meldrum was hosted by senior, Shoshana Green, who served as his guide for the visit.. Meldrum was able to see many arts and academic classes, and even got to see the progress of our theater renovation!  ...   represent a growing collection of online resources available through the library catalog.. According to Mrs.. Tise, teachers and students can now use the library catalog to access quality websites, magazine and journal articles in addition to reading books online.. They can also see what they have checked out and renew print books online.. For more information and passwords (required for some online content), see Mrs.. Tise in the library.. Posted on December 4, 2013.. All State Senior Chorus students selected.. Congratulations!.. Congratulations to High School Vocal Music teacher Marji Eldreth and her students.. The following high school students auditioned and have been accepted to Delaware All State Senior Chorus this year.. For the first time ever,.. EVERY.. STUDENT.. WHO.. AUDITIONED.. MADE.. THE.. GROUP.. ! That s 26 out of 26!.. Women s Choir:.. Terrie G (4th Chair Sop 1).. Amber P.. Jessica H.. Elyse C.. Isabella C (1st Chair Sop 2).. Kylie S (1st Chair Alto 1).. Sydney H (2nd Chair Alto 1).. Rebecca H (4th Chair Alto 1).. Sansskruty R.. Mixed Choir:.. Louisa G (5th Chair Sop 1).. Alexandra B.. Julie B.. Jamie M (2nd Chair Sop 2).. Caroline W (5th Chair Sop 2).. Danielle M.. Ellie H.. Maya B.. Emily M.. Hannah H.. Chandler S (3rd Chair Tenor 1).. Luke K.. Ethan U (1st Chair Tenor 2).. Christopher C.. PJ P.. William L.. Dylan L.. Posted on November 26, 2013.. Hugh O Brien Youth Leaders named.. Participating in summer seminar.. Congratulations to sophomores Abby K and Collin M on being selected as this year’s ambassadors to the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conference.. Abby and Collin will attend a three day seminar in June 2014 and participate in hands-on leadership activities, meet leaders in our state, and explore their own personal leadership skills while learning how to lead others and make a positive impact in their community.. Posted on November 20, 2013.. Visiting Artist Meets Cab Students.. Andy Lendway shares techniques.. Artist Andy Lendway came in on Thursday, Oct 24, to work with middle school and high school Visual Arts students.. His work is showing in the gallery through November 1.. Lendway spoke with the students sharing his life as a freelance illustrator, graphic designer and studio artist.. He demonstrated his technique of creating a glow-effect in his paintings.. Students then had the opportunity to practice this technique by creating their own paintings.. Check out their work!.. Posted on October 29, 2013.. Marching Band win.. Tournament of Bands champs!.. Way to go Cab Calloway Marching Band!.. The members of the marching band won their 4th consecutive Tournament of Bands, Chapter 9, Group 4 Championship Saturday night with a score of 92.. 7.. The band won all captions: high music, high visual, best drum major, best percussion, and best auxiliary (color guard).. The band is currently ranked third for the Tournament of Bands Atlantic Coast Championship that will be held in two weeks in Hershey, PA.. They are only 0.. 5 points behind the first ranked band.. Posted on October 21, 2013..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: Message from Dean Julie Rumschlag.. Welcome to Cab Calloway!.. Here s what s happening this week at Cab!.. Monday, December 23, 2013.. KUDOS.. All four of the middle school works we submitted were selected by the Nemours Hospital Committee!!! Please congratulate the following Junior National Art Honor Society members: Sarvagnya K (grade 7), Cole P (grade 7), Alexa N( grade 8), Melanie G (grade 7).. Alicia G hard edge painting was also selected Alicia is a junior at Cab Calloway! Congratulations to all five students!.. 2nd prize went to Felipe R, 3rd prize went to Gabrielle F, and 4th prize was awarded to Elle C.. http://www.. cabcallowayschool.. org/static_news/442/holiday-card-winners-announced.. Announcements:.. Midterm exams will be held on January 13 – 16.. We have half days all four of those days with two exams  ...   Calloway Offices will be closed from Saturday, Dec.. 21 – Wednesday, Jan.. 1st.. We will reopen our offices on Thursday, January 2, 2014! We wish everyone a wonderful holiday season, a very restful break, and a happy new year!.. The building will be open for athletic practices on:.. Saturday, December 21.. Monday, December 23.. Friday, December 27.. Saturday, December 28.. Monday, December 30.. Next Week –December 30 January 1 4.. Monday: Winter Break – Building is open for athletic practice.. Tuesday: Winter Break – Building is closed.. Wednesday:.. HAPPY.. NEW.. YEAR.. !! – Building is closed.. Thursday: School Resumes A1 Day – 1-2-3-4.. Friday: B5 Day – 5-6-7-8.. Quote of the Week: “Happiness is not getting what you want.. It’s wanting what you’ve got.. ” anonymous.. Posted on June 14, 2010..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: Cab Calloway Gazette archives.. The Cab Calloway Gazette is the high school student newspaper.. Volume 1, No.. 1 (September 20, 2013):.. newspaper2013_09_20.. pdf.. 2 (November 26, 2013):.. newspaper2 2..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: Cab Calloway Achievements.. As the premier public creative and performing arts school in Delaware, Cab Calloway School of the Arts remains committed to the innovative development of its student programs.. Here, students realize that discipline is required to achieve great skill not only in the arts, but in academic accomplishments as well.. Student Achievement.. Consistently meets.. AYP.. based on high.. DCAS.. (State) test scores.. Governor s Awards for the Arts Recipient, 2004.. Ranked first in science, math and reading (10th grade) for 2013 Advanced Placement Program.. Ranked 350 of Newsweek’s top 2000 high schools in the country.. Washington Post’s High School Challenge – ranked 590 in 2013.. The Class of 2013 achieved a 100% graduation  ...   Award Medalists.. National Art Honor Society.. AP Scholars with Distinction and Honors.. United States Senate Youth Program State Finalist.. Over 80 students published in A Celebration of Young People publication.. Delaware Theatre Company s Young Playwright s Festival Winners.. Delaware Foundation for the Visual Arts College Scholarship Recipients.. Governor s Youth Volunteer Service Award Recipients.. Youth Philanthropy Board Advisory Committee Members.. United States Presidential Scholars Program Candidate.. PNC.. Bank Common Wealth Writing Contest Award winners, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013.. Staff Achievements.. Four National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certified teachers.. National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship.. Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program.. English Speaking Union Fellowship.. Delaware Teacher of the Year.. Red Clay Teacher of the Year..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: Cab Calloway School of the Arts History.. The concept of.. CCSA.. was developed by a group of Red Clay School District parents interested in providing their children with an excellent academic education infused with the arts.. The group presented the idea to the Red Clay Consolidated School District, and they supported the idea from the beginning.. The community also embraced this endeavor, and several Delaware teachers took part in the creation of the school, including Rich Hanel and Linda Emerick, who still teach at.. Local arts and education activists were recruited to begin a Board of Directors for the school, and soon after, Cabella Calloway Langsam, Cab Calloway’s daughter, became the first board president.. The school opened in September, 1992, as the Creative and Performing Arts Middle School.. The high school program was added in 1997, and the first senior class graduated in June 2000.. In 2007,.. celebrated its 15th year in existence.. Cab Calloway School of the Arts.. Cab Calloway School of the Arts (.. ) is the premiere public school with an arts-based curriculum in the state of Delaware.. Founded in 1992 by a group of parents seeking quality education in a motivating environment, the school is part of the Red Clay Consolidated School District (.. Named after the American jazz icon, Cab Calloway,.. provides both academic and arts education for students in grades 6-12.. The mission of.. is twofold.. For middle school students to provide a quality education, both academically and artistically, for those who have a desire to explore the creative and performing arts.. For high school students to provide young people from diverse backgrounds with intensive training in the arts in the context of an exemplary, comprehensive, academic high school curriculum that will prepare them for success in higher education and employment.. Each student must apply to the school and skills asses in  ...   as well.. Our school is one of three beneficiaries of the Cab Calloway Foundation, and the beneficiary of an endowed scholarship fund set up by.. MBNA.. to honor Cab Calloway.. Our ties to Wilmington High School.. In 1871, the first public high school in New Castle County opened its doors.. Four years later, Wilmington High School graduated its first class of eleven boys and seven girls.. Wilmington High resided in a building on Delaware Avenue for 59 years before moving to its current campus location at the intersection of DuPont Road and Lancaster Pike.. When the new building opened its doors in 1960, it was the largest high school in the state.. To preserve some of its rich history, remnants of the former Wilmington High campus were brought to the new building.. The original granite cornerstone dated 1899 and some wrought ironwork were prominently displayed in the courtyard.. The marble plaque honoring alumni who died in World War II found its permanent home in the theatre lobby.. Class sizes continued to drop at Wilmington High, however, and the school began to lose students as the surrounding suburbs expanded.. To re-energize the educational standing of the campus, the Red Clay Consolidated School District allowed two new schools, Cab Calloway School of the Arts and the Charter School of Wilmington, to call the Wilmington campus home.. After 38 years on DuPont Road, Wilmington High graduated its last class in 1999.. Wilmington High’s reincarnation as two vibrant schools will preserve the.. WHS.. tradition of excellence and history of achievement.. The sterling academic achievements already obtained by the new schools follow directly in the footsteps of their predecessor.. As the News Journal said in 1996, “Wilmington High’s future will be on [the]cutting edge of 21st century education Now it is home to vibrant new educational programs and its promise is boundless.. ”..

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  • Title: Cab Calloway School of the Arts
    Descriptive info: Finding Cab Calloway School of the Arts.. Cab Calloway School of the Arts is located in Wilmington, Delaware at the corner of Lancaster Avenue and DuPont Road.. View Larger Map..

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