Laura Black’s kindergarten class at Ocean City Elementary School has enjoyed learning about the life cycle of a plant. Pictured is Carrie Deem planting her flower seeds.
Some of the Class of 2014 members of the Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society recite the pledge of membership once more before passing the torch onto the new inductees. Pictured. From left, are Tyler Jenkins, Logan Thumma, Erin Florek, Katie VanBruggen, Layla Fowler, Beth Laque and Kandyce Tolbert.
Every parent at some point in time has had to bite their tongue to refrain from laughing at their kids. Sure, there are plenty of laughing with the kids moments, but here I’m talking about those times when the kids either say or do something so ridiculous you have to contain yourself to not make them feel bad about themselves. … Continue reading
Students at Buckingham Elementary School were rewarded for their positive choices and behaviors with a Fitness Day! Students had the opportunity to try a variety of fitness options such as Yoga, Zumba, Tabata, and HIT training. Above, Chrissy Ehrhart of Zenna Wellness Studio is pictured working with the students.
Mrs. Mears’ kindergartners at Showell Elementary used toothpicks and marshmallows to build 3D shapes. Pictured are Lukash McLaughlin and Emily Hose.
Students Evan Calloway and Gretchen Scher are joined by their parents, Lori Calloway and Dawn Scher, after they received an award for being the top Jump Rope for Heart fundraisers. The students were recognized at Buckingham Elementary’s third term awards assembly. Calloway raised $250 and Scher raised $170.00. This year’s event had over 120 participants and raised $4,629 for the American … Continue reading
I have long marveled over the difference between young girls and boys, and it was on full display for us to observe last weekend. It was quite hilarious to see. I have no problem admitting to be a moron when it comes to all things girls. There are times when my wife would probably say my female ignorance covers all … Continue reading
Students inducted into the Societe´ Honoraire de Francais, Chapitre Bastille at Worcester Preparatory School were front, from left, Erika Smith, Rachel Berry, Paige Evans, and Tatjana Kondraschow; back, Jamie Welch, Charlie Pritchard, Biola Eniola, Scott Klug and Sam Deeley. French teacher Debbie Speier is the group’s advisor.
Summer of 1956 Volume II Edition 4 Issue Highlights Among the amenities being advertised by the George Washington Hotel were a roof garden, new inner spring mattresses and bellboy service. An ad read, “LAUNCHING … the million dollar Santa Maria … new oceanfront motor hotel to offer you something bigger and better in vacation ease and pleasure. … Continue reading
The Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) in the years following World War II was small but adequate for what was then a seasonal town only 25 blocks long. There was just one police car prior to 1953 and police headquarters shared a building with City Hall on Dorchester Street. The police force was augmented for the summer season with its … Continue reading