Stephen Decatur High School students and teachers cried, laughed and listened in awe as renowned Australian author Susanne Gervay spoke to the group about her life challenges, experiences, inspirations, and her techniques in storytelling on April 13. Gervay has written numerous short story collections and novels. Pictured with Gervay are Patrick Reid, Barrett Moncure, Reagan Dunham, Alea Aul and Monica McInerney.
Worcester Preparatory School inductees into the Pablo Picasso Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica include, first row from left, Ava Schwartz, Nick Moondra, Anthony Rilling, Chris Rilling, Emily Dignan, Maggie Coutu, Clare Riley and Lily Zechiel; second row, Regan Lingo, Karlie Southcomb, Macayla Costleigh, Julie Talbert and Leigh Lingo; third row, Reid Carey, Stormy McGuiness, Sambina Anthony, Caroline Savage and Paul Townsend; and, … Continue reading
Ocean City Elementary School students Leslie Hernandez and Sandra Pawlowska from Dr. Melanie Biscoe’s fourth grade class are discovering the impact of strip mining on the land using chocolate chip cookies. They created innovative ways to mine the “coal” (chocolate chips) from the “land” (the cookie) causing as little damage as possible.
Summer of 1975 Volume XXI Edition 7 Issue Highlights This week’s Resorter Girl was Nancy Spires, who was spending her summer working as a desk clerk at the Sheraton. At this time, Sea View Beach Shoppes had three locations — Fenwick Island, 64th Street and Selbyville, Del. The Kite Loft was located on the Boardwalk at 2nd Street this summer. … Continue reading
I love watching my kids do things together. Whether it’s walking down the beach hunting for shells, playing in the backyard on the trampoline, watching a movie or putting Legos together, it does the mind and soul good to see them as little partners in anything. When it happens, it’s embraced because there are times when it doesn’t end well … Continue reading
Lori Sullivan’s first graders at Showell Elementary welcomed the start of the baseball season with their volunteer, Nathan Hyde, who read them a book about Jackie Robinson, and then revealed that he wrote a letter to one of Robinson’s teammates, Carl Erskine, about their class. Erskine wrote Mrs. Sullivan’s class a letter back and surprised each student with an autographed … Continue reading
Members of the Berlin Intermediate School sixth grade Dolphins team invites everyone to join their team to help raise money during the “Boardwalkin’ for Pets” event on Saturday, April 25 in Ocean City. To join “Team Dolphins” just go to ww.worcestercountyhumanesociety.org and click on Board Walkin’ for Pets and register. Students pictured with teacher Wendy Nash are Taylor Takacs, Victoria … Continue reading
Long weekend days spent outside My son’s love for finding seashells Stowing the snow shovels for the season A day with no mail at home Sunday mornings at home A smooth transition with a big change When Berlin closes Main Street Running as the sun is rising Breakfast on the Boardwalk … Continue reading
Stephen Decatur High School Economics teacher Kurt Marx and his students Gary Frick, Austin Hickey, Graham Hall and Sean Velazquez-Alvino placed second in their division of the Maryland Economics Challenge. This two-division competition is designed to enhance awareness and build a sense of teamwork in students through an intense competition that tests their knowledge in the areas of macroeconomics, microeconomics, … Continue reading
Recent Worcester Preparatory School inductees into the Societe´ Honoraire de Francais, Chapitre Bastille were, from left, Zachary Wilson, Chandler Dennis and Isabel Dashiell.