A hard workout on Thanksgiving morning
Our new solar panels at our office
The new Beach Bounce in WOC
Modern Family re-runs
Reading local history books
Sitting back and observing at a public place
People with great memories
When a new restaurant impresses
Freshly sharpened pencil’s smell
Cold night fires
Stephen Decatur High School’s Future Educators of America Club members Savannah Payne, Adam Melson and Brooke Cord greet visitors during American Education Week when more than 100 guests visited.
Buckingham Elementary third grade students studied the history of life in the 1600’s. They discovered the hardships the Pilgrims had to face during their journey to America, and the different ways the Pilgrims made a living once they reached America. Pictured are students Brandon Fitzgerald, Cameron Boston and Dalontae Henry.
Senator Jim Mathias visited Laura Black’s kindergarten classroom at Ocean City Elementary School for American Education Week. He is pictured with Principal Dawn Rogers and students Lillian Roe and Gabriel Rodriguez.
For a non-verbal child, making a verbal presentation obviously has its challenges. However, Carson, our 6-year-old kindergartener, pulled it off last week at school during American Education Week with the help of a tablet device that served as his voice and some newfound confidence. One year ago, a similar presentation was to be made just down the hall in pre-kindergarten, … Continue reading
Everett Fisher and Edmund Pusey opened a popcorn stand on the Boardwalk at Talbot Street in the summer of 1937. Known as Pixton’s Popcorn (Pixton was the maiden name of Mr. Pusey’s wife) they used a secret recipe developed by Mr. Fisher and sold hot buttered popcorn for 5 cents a bag. When Pusey left the business after a few … Continue reading
Third graders Koen Watts and Charlie Pearce investigate glue in the Food, Fiber, and You mobile science lab at Showell Elementary.
Stephen Decatur High School newspaper students attended the 76th Annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association Fall Conference held at Columbia University in New York City in early November. The conference participants learned techniques and strategies in news reporting, broadcast journalism and publishing. Pictured, back from left, are Tifanee Mask, teacher Ellen Masters, newspaper adviser Brittany Tracy, Rebecca Evans, Tyler VanSice and … Continue reading
Scientists in Abby Harrison’s third grade class at Ocean City Elementary conducted an “egg- speriment” to determine what makes something float. Above, Ryan Taylor and Aarnav Tiwari learn objects float more readily in salt water because it has greater density than fresh water.
American Legion Post #166 Commander Sarge Garlitz, back right, and other American Legion members joined Stephen Decatur High School club representatives during the third annual presentation of Packages for our Troops. Students and faculty collected various toiletries and other amenities. Submitted Photos