First grade students from Ocean City Elementary School recently had the opportunity to explore local landmarks on a field trip to downtown Ocean City. They visited the Coast Guard Station, City Hall, and the Lifesaving Museum. Pictured are students from Kitty Herr’s class at the Lifesaving Museum.
Students in the fifth grade Sailfish team at Berlin Intermediate School recently completed an interesting book report assignment. Students had to read a book, complete an oral report and explain how the characters interacted with and influenced other characters. They then had to decorate a pumpkin to represent a character from the book. Above, Brie Schwendemann’s pumpkin character was from “The … Continue reading
An old dog soaking up the sun in a yard Being around happy people Leather-bound books on a shelf Carryout sushi for dinner Upward Soccer My son’s disappointment if he doesn’t get an ‘A’ Easy deadline days A good dinner followed by a better movie Reaching a long-term goal Wearing shirts … Continue reading
Summer of 1967 Volume XIII Edition 5 Issue Highlights • Breakfast service at the Ship Cafe and Marina on 14th Street started at 6 in the morning. • The Sea Scape Motel was pairing golf with room nights in an ad. “A mid-season package plan for the sport minded family, all centered around Ocean City’s challenging 18-hole championship … Continue reading
Fifth grader Brenner Gursky completed a character from the book, “Bunnicula,” for his character book report assignment at Berlin Intermediate School.
It’s been a week since Halloween in Berlin, and it’s a good thing it only comes once a year. Trick-or-treating in Berlin only last two hours, but it’s a hectic time for just about everyone. In some ways, my kids don’t get to enjoy all the customary traditions of Halloween because we live on a street that annually attracts thousands … Continue reading
The Stephen Decatur High School women’s soccer program raised $255 for Women Supporting Women, a local non-profit organization dedicated to helping women battling breast cancer. Since 2011, the SDHS women’s soccer program has raised over $1,000 for the organization.
For their studies of Hispanic culture with Spanish teacher Kira Eade, Worcester Prep sixth graders created Dia de los Muertos Altars similar to those constructed in libraries, museums and classrooms in Mexico and the United States. The altars are a way of honoring traditions and those who have passed away. Above, Hannah Perdue, left, shows an altar in honor of … Continue reading
Carolyn Dryzga, president of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City, the sponsoring parent club to the K-Kids Club at Buckingham Elementary School, officiated the recent Induction Ceremony for the officers and members for school year. Pictured, front from left, are Dryzgac, Treasurer William Alther, Secretary Cadence Garrison, Vice President Paola Garica, President Ava Elliott and Kiwanis liaison BJ Baker; … Continue reading
Stacey Ruark’s and Julie Bobik’s kindergarten classes at Showell Elementary School created haunted houses using 3D shapes from home, as part of a Project Based Learning Unit. Pictured at left are Bobik and students Jory Luzader-Vaccaro, Liam Collins, Addison Brown and Kylee Funke. Pictured at right with Ruark are Vance Bell, Tyler Kim, Morgan Michalski and Cali Thompson.