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New kitchen in E101

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Ellie Lyons
Students Philip Sosidko and Theodore Baransky with teacher Nanette Elder and principal Michael Kays cutting ribbon, signaling the official opening of the new kitchen on Friday, March 15.

On Friday, March 15, 2023, the ribbon was cut for Del Val’s ribbon cutting ceremony for the new kitchen located in E101. 

Classroom E101 is used for the Special Education students. Students that are in the FIERCE program use this classroom also. FIERCE is an acronym for the focus of Independence, Employment, Resources and Community Exploration. These Special Education students range from 18-21 years old.

The kitchen was primarily made for the purpose of the FIERCE program. 

The E101 classroom already had a “kitchen.” The room was stored with a toaster oven, a closet with a fridge, a microwave and a sink. Now, the “kitchen” has been fully refurbished. 

“The point of our program is to teach them independent life skills,” Nanette Elder said.

The kitchen was built for the purpose of developing independent living skills. This will help the classroom students and the FIERCE program with future successes in life. The kitchen teaches them how to be independent and have control in situations.

“I like using the new kitchen. I like how it’s open and there are no walls,” Charlie Bently said.

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Ella Genovese
Ella Genovese, Assistant Sports Editor

Ella Genovese is a freshman at Del Val, and this is her first year writing for "The Delphi." She has also taken over the role of Assistant Sports Editor. Last year she attended Alexandria Middle School. Some sports that Ella enjoys are tennis and swimming. She also enjoys reading and writing during both school and her free time.

Ellie Lyons
Ellie Lyons, Assistant Opinion Editor
Ellie Lyons is a freshman at Del Val, and she is the Assistant Opinion Editor for "The Delphi." She enjoys reading and playing softball in her free time. Ellie hopes to join softball along with other clubs and sports in the future at Del Val. Before attending Del Val, she was a student at Alexandria Middle School.
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Maya Malloy, Reporter

Maya Malloy is a freshman at Delaware Valley Regional High School. This is her first year writing for "The Delphi" paper and being a part of the staff. She enjoys playing volleyball and spending time with her best-friends and family. Maya is an outgoing, kind and courageous person.

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