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Delmarva Power Awards 19 Mini-Grants To Schools' Energy Projects

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SALISBURY, Md. - Schools across Delmarva pushing for "energy efficient" projects got some major recognition Wednesday Night.

Delmarva Power issued mini-grants to 19 schools that are working on energy-renewable or energy-efficient projects. The grant money will go towards the projects, along with any materials or lessons to go with the project, that are not supported by current school funding.

"We're celebrating education and educators who are going outside of the box as it relates to energy," says John Allen, Vice President of Delmarva Power.

"It's going to help my students participate in a competition for underwater robots," says Pamela South, a teacher at Somerset Intermediate School. "This will cover the transportation costs."

The Maryland schools include:

  • Cecil County School of Technology – North East
  • Chapel District Elementary School – Cordova
  • Darlington Elementary School – Darlington
  • Elkton Middle School – Elkton
  • Gunston Day School – Centreville
  • Kent School – Chestertown
  • North Caroline High School – Ridgely
  • North Dorchester High School – Hurlock
  • Snow Hill Elementary School – Snow Hill
  • Somerset Intermediate School – Westover
  • Sudlersville Elementary School – Sudlersville
  • The Salisbury School – Salisbury
  • Worcester Technical High School -- Newark

Delawre schools include:

  • Delmarva Christian High School – Georgetown
  • East Dover Elementary School – Dover
  • Lighthouse Christian School – Dagsboro
  • Lulu M. Ross Elementary School – Milford
  • Smyrna High School – Smyrna
  • Sussex Academy of the Arts and Sciences -- Georgetown
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