The Spell of Sleeping Beauty was presented for parents and students grades Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade by the Sixth Grade Players at Worcester Preparatory School. English teachers Geneva Sampson and Susan Godwin directed the show along with Student Director Caroline Lewis. Pictured, first row from left, are Devin Wallace, Alec Burbage, Molly Pugh, Maddy Shanahan, Korina Gjikuria Abi Plylar, Hana Miller, Audrey Stearns, Kyra Marshall and Saylar McGuiness; second row, Frank Carter, Quinn McColgan, Kelly Polk, Sierra Hall, Liza Moore, Abbi Nechay, Sami Repass, Rylie Carey, Madison Van Orden and Jordan Campbell; and, back, Karim Dahr, Kurt Leinemann, Sam Tinkler, J.P. Issel, Spencer Paquette, Hunter Selzer and Will Tinkler.
(The following is a reprint from February of 2011. The writer missed his deadline (or is on vacation).) Driving around with the kids can be quite entertaining these days, due largely to the element of surprising that’s always looming. What’s great is most of the time the kids are laughing at each other and that’s never a bad thing to … Continue reading
A group of seniors from Worcester Preparatory School has created “Students Change A Nation” or “Students CAN” to help build schools in Cambodia. The group is working with the non-profit organization World Assistance for Cambodia. The goal is to provide the St. Paul’s School of Hope with an English/Computer teacher, a low energy computer network with Internet access, a Victory … Continue reading
Showell Elementary third grade students Eva Kate Luzier and Hannah Tilton model the distributive property of multiplication.
Lara Coyman and her daughter, Emma, celebrate American Education Week at Showell Elementary. In her third grade classroom, Emma is creating a fish to explain adaptations.
Eight blocks of Boardwalk from N. Division to 1st streets were rebuilt in concrete and widened by 10 feet between January and April in 1955. The Mayor and Council had decided to replace the wood with concrete due to maintenance costs. The George Bert Cropper Company did the work for $43,819 and used some of the timber salvaged to widen … Continue reading
Buckingham Elementary third grade students Ziquase Duffy, Jamira Johnson and Emily Bowden are explaining their STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) project to BES Principal, Dee Shorts. After reading about pilgrim houses, students recreated them within a team. They had to refer back to their readings in order to make them as accurately possible.
Fourth grade students Christian Miller, Imani Walker and Tia Scordo at Buckingham Elementary School participated in an arts immersion lesson co-taught by art teacher Mrs. Reid and general education teacher Ms. Bullock. Students transformed a plain piece of paper to replicate an animal hide that would have been used in the early 1800s to communicate important events of the Pawnee … Continue reading
Eating crabs in the winter Ocean City at night this time of year A good laughing fit with my kids Driving a street that just got paved Not working the day after Thanksgiving Berlin at night this time of year Long lines that move fast Well-spoken teens Absolutely silence Quick phone calls Going through Wintefest each year
Ashur Whitlow and Cash Cyburt, third grade students at Showell Elementary, show their understanding of the distributive property of multiplication.