Winners for the girls in the Elks Lodge’s Hoop Shoop Contest were, from left, Sumira Jehgal, 10-11, Buckingham Elementary; Emily Stitely, 12-13, Berlin Intermediate; and and Eleni O’Brian, 8-9, Worcester Prep. Submitted Photos
The students in Jennifer Fohner’s first grade class recently worked on their first non-fiction writing piece. Pictured are Trey Strickler and John Fohner, who are writing buddies, during Writer’s Workshop. The students will teach their readers about a topic in which they have become an expert.
Every school year my kids’ teachers become part of the family. Of all the traits required to be a quality teacher, I would think patience has to be at the top of the list. That’s the same characteristic when it comes to being sane and successful parents, in my opinion, but after spending some time in my sons’ classrooms of … Continue reading
Some of the singers in the Worcester Prep’s Middle School Chorus taking a break during last month’s holiday performance were Lexi Willey, Sophia Ludt, Hannah Perdue, Devin Wallace and Jordan Campbell.
Students in Windy Phillips’ first grade class at Ocean City Elementary excitedly took advantage of the recent snow flurries for a science investigation. Above, Kori Jackson and Abigail Connell use digital microscopes to observe snowflakes.
Stephen Decatur High School Children’s Theatre thespians Samantha Schachter, Mary Cathell, Mattie Friedman, Scott Devenny and Breanna Shelton perform a musical number. This year marked the 39th year of the Children’s Theatre.
Worcester Prep basketball players recently participated in the Governor’s Challenge hosted by Wicomico County Parks and Recreation department. They were, front from left, Sam Deeley, Owen Nally, Tate Shockley and Sam Cantello; back, Coach Scot Dailey, Charlie Pritchard, Tucker Brown, Erik Zorn, Wyatt Richins, Patrick Petrera and Coach Keith Geiger.
Some Middle School chorus members waiting to go onstage for the Worcester Prep Christmas Concert were, front from left, Ryan Brafman, Jaye Eniola, Chipper Becker, Graham McColgan and Alex Koppenhaver; back, Michael Clubb, Bryce Tartanto, Will Mears and Cole Lamsen-Reich.
Worcester Preparatory School students participating in the musical Lovin’ Broadway presented in Salisbury were, front from left, Maddie Simons, Caroline Lewis, Olivia Parker and Isabel Dashiell; and, back, Cecily Sass, Jarad Godwin and Emmi Shockley. The show was directed by Worcester Prep dance teacher Paulette Derosa-Matrona. Submitted Photos
The original Morbid Manor was the ultimate “haunted house” with live actors portraying ghosts, goblins and ghouls of all shapes and sizes. It even featured a plane crash on the third floor of the spooky building located on the Fishing Pier at Wicomico Street and the beach. The screams of frightened visitors could be heard on the Boardwalk and across … Continue reading