Going to the beach at least once a week
Checking in on my kids in their beds
An old suit that still fits
Thanksgiving morning workouts
Funny commercials with pets
Photos of a seal on a local dock
Short work days on Fridays
Big oak tree leaves
My collection of “to read” books
Waking up early
Worcester Prep Upper School Girls’ Fall Sports Awards were recently presented to, front from left, Bridget Brown, Varsity Volleyball Most Improved; Isabel Carulli, Varsity Field Hockey Coach’s Award; Shelby Laws, Varsity Soccer Most Improved; Jordie Loomis, Varsity Field Hockey MVP; and Maya Zia-Shakeri, JV Volleyball MVP; and, back, Rylie Doyle, Varsity Golf Coach’s Award; Cecily Sass, Varsity Volleyball Coach’s Award; … Continue reading
The Seaview was constructed in the World War I era on the Boardwalk between 3rd and 4th streets. More of a boarding house than a full service hotel, the Seaview offered both rooms and apartments to summer guests. The frame three-story building was built on pilings and survived many storms including the famous March Storm of 1962. The Seaview was … Continue reading
Top athletes on Worcester Prep’s Upper School fall Boys’ sports teams were, front from left, Adam Pizza, JV Soccer Coach’s Award; Anthony Rilling, JV Soccer MVP; and Baylan McGuiness, JV Soccer Most Improved; and, back, Grant Brown, JV Golf Coach’s Award; Reid Carey, JV Golf MVP; John Meakin, Varsity Golf Most Improved; Sam Deeley, Varsity Soccer MVP; and Ross Dickerson, … Continue reading
To celebrate Veterans Day, Berlin Intermediate fourth grader Sabrina Pecora brought in necklaces that represented the branches of the military. She talked to the class briefly about the branches of the military and her grandfather’s service in Vietnam.
Ocean City Elementary School welcomed a special guest to lead the students in the Pledge of Allegiance on Veterans Day. Pictured with Specialist Hearne are his daughters Marissa and Madison Hearne, pre-kindergarten teacher Grace Mitchell, Desmond Emerick and Rani Yonker. In honor of Veterans Day, the faculty and staff at OCES participated in a special “Jeans for Troops” Casual Day. “Jeans For Troops” … Continue reading
Fourth grade students Parker Savage, Rife Leonard and Dalton Bunting are pictured wearing their favorite hats during Ocean City Elementary School’s Heavenly Hats Parade. Faculty, staff and students were encouraged to donate $1 for the privilege of wearing a hat to school for the day. All donations collected were donated to the Heavenly Hats Foundation, a non-profit organization which donates brand new head … Continue reading
The 5-year-old of the house loves grocery shopping because he enjoys the role of being a helper. When he thinks he is pitching in and providing assistance, he is happy and pleased with himself. In fact, we often randomly assign duties to Carson because he likes to help so much. Additionally, it’s helpful to dole out tasks because his idle … Continue reading
Sixth grader Amaurie Davison shows Morgan Davis how he uses a brailed calendar to do “Everyday Day Counts” in math class. He uses the days of each month to identify even and odd numbers, multiples and factors, to tell time and make money deposits.
Showell Elementary School is the sixth Kiwanis Club for students sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines/Ocean City. The new K-kids club has teacher Evy Collins as advisor and Jackie Todd of the parent club as the Kiwanian advisor. Among those pictured are third grade officers Tabitha Glenn, president; Cameron Slaysman, vice president; and Kiley Kaeufer, secretary.