Students inducted into the Pablo Picasso Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica at Worcester Preparatory School were, front from left, Hannah Arrington, Fiona Reid, Frankie Willing, Caroline Lindsay, Meg Lingo, Lilly DiNardo, Sarah Koon and Victoria Middleton; second row, Devin Hammond, Isabel Carulli, Laura Issel, Cassie Stevens, Allie Barrish, Megan Brown, Jason Cook, Staton Whaley, Grace Tunis, Regan Shanahan and Victoria Barros; and, back, Kyle Zarif, Zach Oltman, Kyle Chandler, Wyatt Richins, Noah McVicker, Michael Brittingham, Charlie Trupo, Brian Trupo, Ryan Murphy and Jordan Kilgore. The advisor for the group is Spanish teacher Kira Eade.
Renee´ Rivituso, left, Elks State Chairman for the Americanism Awards for Maryland, Delaware, and District of Columbia, and Carl Vogt, President of the Elks for Maryland Delaware and the District of Columbia congratulate Abbey Miller for her outstanding Americanism poster. She was the winner in the Elks local and regional poster competition.
Sunny Fridays That my kids love the beach any time of year Short, productive phone calls The theme song to “Dallas” An inspiring Sunday sermon The view from the Oceanic pier Raw oysters and a beer The Boardwalk this time of year How fast kids make new friends Driving over the … Continue reading
Worcester Preparatory students honored at the American Legion for their excellent essays on Americanism were Annie Carter, third place, and Rory Pugh, first place. The students are pictured with Tony McAleer, the American Legion educational chairman.
Walking to dinner in Berlin When my son wants to practice a sport People who are good with names Meeting new people Hearing church bells in the distance Christian Bale in “American Hustle” Frisbee on the beach with a dog Old sayings that stay true through the years Friday afternoons off … Continue reading
Students in Wendy Macrides’ first grade class at Ocean City Elementary School were eager to describe the “Signs of Spring” in their poetry. Pictured are poets Ellie Rankin, Solomon David and Jessica Lopez-Moreno.
Stephen Decatur High School seniors Ashley DePaul, Emma Spack, Chelsea Hale, Rebecca Haskell and Cora Cox prepare to square off against their opponents during the annual senior class dodgeball tournament on March 12.
Worcester Prep fourth grader Ayush Batra, son of Drs. Vikas Batra and Reetu Singh of Lewes, was the winner of the Ages 10 and Under Division at the Chess Tournament held in Milton on March 22.
In the end, Beckett couldn’t pull off his planned April Fools’ joke. Our 5-year-old had been saying for some time he wanted to do something for April Fools’ Day. Actually he wanted to pull off several tricks throughout the day, but we decided he could focus on one prank. I came up with the idea of him going into school … Continue reading
Stephen Decatur High School chief newspaper editors Donald Putnam and Gabi Ortega peruse journalism materials at the 90th annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association Convention at Columbia University in New York City. Twenty-seven journalism students attended the three-day convention.