Enjoying Red, White, and Blue Spirit Day at Worcester Prep are freshmen Annemarie Cherry, Taylor Campbell, Deb Marini, Sandra Karsli and Maya ZiaShakeri.
Third grade students from Showell Elementary work in the Children’s Garden outside of the third grade pod area. Karin Lertora’s students helped to maintain the garden by weeding, raking, and planting. Pictured, from left, are Mikayla Wallace, Mackenzie McLaughlin, Molly Stinebiser, Brody Grunewald, D’Anthony Harmon and William Hare.
Students from Kristie Fogle’s second grade class at Ocean City Elementary have been working on a Health Literacy Unit in which they are learning about healthy and unhealthy foods. Above, Chloe Paddack, Sara Cropper and Sharleaha Dale work in a small group to assist one another as they check out food labels from common foods second graders eat.
Worcester Prep’s dynamic faculty and student pep band is pictured at the Red, White, and Blue Pep Rally on Oct. 6. Pictured are Worcester Prep Middle and Upper School Music Teacher Chris Buzby, saxophone; Headmaster Barry Tull, trumpet; Reid Odachowski, drums; Raphael DeJesus, bass; Josh Bredbenner, guitar; and Jayan Poduval, keyboard.
Having a bit of fun during Spirit Week at Worcester Preparatory School are, from left, Sandy Taylor, Hope Sens, Stormy McGuiness, AP English teacher Liz Nally and Eva Parks.
The Bank of Ocean City is again sponsoring the Stephen Decatur High School football team and presenting awards to the top performers from the weekly games. Above, from left, are Head Coach Bob Knox, Week Eight MVP Dryden Brous and Bank of Ocean City’s Earl Conley.
Carmella’s Kids Learning Center had a visit from the Berlin Fire Department on Oct. 10 in honor of Fire Prevention Week. The kids had a great time visiting with Sparky the Dog and the Fire Fighters.
Showell Elementary third graders Foster Smith, Christopher Gale, D’Anthony Harmon, Brody Grunewald and William Hare fill the birdbath donated by the Ocean Pines Garden Club.
Jenn Corron’s sophomore Worcester Prep Biology class invited Cathy Auxer’s and Tracey Berry’s kindergarten classes to learn about animal cells. Each kindergarten student was paired with a sophomore partner. The teams worked together to label the parts of cells and then construct a cell model using play dough, pipe cleaners, beads, and glitter. Toothpick flags depicting all the parts of … Continue reading
Working together on a science lesson are sophomores and kindergarteners from Worcester Prep, Emily Digan, Caroline Savage, Logan Frostrom, Kathleen Emche, Stormy McGuiness and Alyson Ray.