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Maggie Bolton, headteacher at Wilmington Grammar School for Girls, explains how RM Education - a preferred Toshiba partner - helped provide the 1-1 solution best suited for her school. To see more Toshiba products and solutions, visit: http://www.rm.com/toshiba
We were invited to the opening ceremony of the gym and took a deeper look into the story of Jordan. Not the Michael Jordan we all know that won titles and gold medals, but the "Jordan" before that Jordan. The Jordan that had math class and was known to crack a few jokes. The Jordan that eventually became the greatest player of all time Subscribe to Kustoo!: http://www.youtube.com/user/kustoo?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Jacques on Twitter: http://bit.ly/11Nw0oo Follow Jacques on Instagram: http://bit.ly/19jV3FT Jacques 'Kustoo' Slade highlights daily updates and reviews on the best performance, lifestyle, and retro sneakers in Home of Today in Sneaks and The Week in Sneaks. Currently a contributing editor at Complex (and having previously worked Kicksonfire and NiceKicks), you don't need ...
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Originally presented at the 2017 band banquet, here are the 2016-2017 band highlights.
"Wilmington - In the Middle of it All" is a joint production of the City Council and the Mayor's office in Wilmington, DE. This segment, hosted by Rich Neumann, highlights the historic P.S. duPont School. Originally aired in September 2008. Edited by Paul Kennard.
The May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, previously located in Woburn, has moved to 50-E Concord Street in Wilmington. Part of May Institute’s award-winning network of programs and services for individuals with special needs, the school provides full-day, year-round educational and vocational services for children and adolescents from preschool to age 22.