Worcester Prep 10th grade biology students, under the direction of teacher Jenn Corron, conducted observations in science with Cathy Auxer’s and Tracey Berry’s kindergarten students. The students worked together to make their own version of scientific slime. With help from the older students, the kindergartners followed a recipe, measured ingredients and mixed colors. Above, sophomore Jonathan Ruddo guides kindergartner Anna Mumford.
Worcester Prep kindergartner Mario Dahr has fun working with sophomore Davis Taylor during a recent science class.
Craig Birckhead-Morton, seventh grader at Snow Hill Middle School, donated over 100 books recently to Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services, Inc. (WYFCS). The books were donated to help the WYFCS’ current book drive in progress. Once the effort is completed, all books will be donated to Books for Africa, a program helping to stock library shelves in African countries. … Continue reading
On Jan. 10, the Ocean City Elks Lodge #2645 held its annual Hoop Shoot Contest at Worcester Prep Auditorium. The winners in three age groups, divided into boys and girls, will go to the next level in route to the Grand National Convention in Indianapolis this coming July. Winners for the boys were, above from left, Riley Callahan, 8-9-year-olds, Buckingham … Continue reading
Lori Sullivan’s first graders at Showell Elementary have been busy getting ready for the Science Fair. They have been researching snakes and discovering the differences between poisonous and non-poisonous ones. Each student also constructed their own snake model and enjoyed sharing their creations with their classmates to learn from one another. Pictured, back, from left, are Emma Walsh, Beckham Shaffer, … Continue reading
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.
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.