Local Residents’ Achievements In Post Secondary Education

BERLIN — The following is a collection of press releases about local residents’ achievements in post-secondary education.

• Rydge Dudley of Selbyville, Del., was one of nearly 700 Lebanon Valley College students named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester. Dudley, a graduate of Indian River High School, is pursuing a bachelor of arts in sociology at The Valley.

• Lebanon Valley College has announced Haylee Olley of Selbyville, Del. has been accepted for admission in August 2016.

• Students named to the University of Delaware Dean’s List for the fall 2015 semester included Madison Bacon of Selbyville, Norma Brasure of Selbyville, Claire Brown of Selbyville, Elinor Brown of Bethany Beach. David Chan of Selbyville, Christopher Chapdelaine of South Bethany, Aaron Cooper of Selbyville, Michelle Curtis of Bethany Beach, Victor Degeorge of Bethany Beach, Courtney Gray of Selbyville, Rashel Holland of Selbyville, Jordan Langeheine of Selbyville, Steven Lobo of Bethany Beach, Shannon Meyer of Selbyville, Zachary Meyer of Selbyville, Amanda Roadarmel of Selbyville, Austin Roadarmel of Selbyville, Jack Saxton of Selbyville, Angelina Seeney of Selbyville, Matthew Selba of Selbyville, Allison Shovel of Selbyville, Alex Ternahan of Bethany Beach and Caroline Wetzelberger of Fenwick Island.

• Sullivan, Kelly of Berlin has been named to Millersville University of Pennsylvania’s Dean’s List for the Fall 2015 semester.

• Kelly Walsh of Selbyville was among more than 1,550 students named to The University of Scranton Dean’s List.

• Joshua Massey a resident of Berlin was honored for academic achievement by being named to the Dean’s List at Delaware Valley University for the Fall 2015 semester.

• Wagner College recently announced its academic honor rolls for the fall 2015 semester included Mariam M. Hamad of Willards, Md., who was named to the Dean’s List, which requires a 3.7 grade point average.

• Among the students named to the Dean’s List academic at St. Mary’s College of Maryland were Berlin resident Robert Beall, Fruitland resident
Emlyn Hammer, Fruitland resident Nora Hetzler and Salisbury’s Jacqueline Seifert.

• Named to the dean’s list at Frostburg State University in recognition of outstanding academic achievement for the fall 2015 semester were Tonya Jones, of Berlin and Katherine Leung, of Ocean City.

• Ashley Hrebik of Berlin) made the Dean’s List for the Fall 2015 semester at the Georgia Institute of Technology for recording a 3.0 or higher academic average for the semester.

Kindergarten Students At OC Elementary Work On Movement While Listening Unit

Kindergarten students in Bethany Pugner’s Music class at Ocean City Elementary have been working on a Movement while Listening Unit. Pictured are Lucas Ruppert, Caroline Olson and Cole Smith, listening to Bear Hunt, a speech piece about a pretend bear hunt. On their search to find the bear’s cave, students had fun rubbing their hands together to produce a “wheat-like” sound as they traveled through the … Continue reading

Kiwanis Club Of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City Donate $4,000 To Purchase iPads For Ceadar Chapel Special School

The Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines -Ocean City recently donated $4,000 for the purchase of 15 iPads for students at the Cedar Chapel Special School as part of Gov. Larry Hogan’s “Day to Serve” initiative. Pictured above, Cedar Chapel students Gabby and Josh show off their new iPads courtesy of the Kiwanis.

SD National Honor Society Raises $2,500 For Believe In Tomorrow

Members of the Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society (NHS) presented Wayne Littleton from Believe in Tomorrow with $2,500 after raising money from a gift card tree raffle. Pictured, from left, are Allison Shumate, Zainab Mirza, Principal Tom Zimmer, Katie Withers, Littleton, NHS Vice President Reagan Dunham, Ben Jolley, NHS Secretary Samantha Ewancio, Peter Marx and Marley Rakow.

Williams And Aluma Named November Premier Players Of The Month By Premier Driving School

Stephen Decatur High School seniors Hailey Williams and Keve Aluma were named the November Premier Players of the Month for swimming and basketball, respectively. Each month Premier Driving School recognizes a male and female athlete who excel in their sport, as a leader, and in the classroom. Williams and Aluma are pictured with Assistant Principal Ryan Cowder and Premier Driving … Continue reading

Worcester Prep’s Lower School Celebrates “Book Character Day”

Worcester Prep’s Lower School celebrated “Book Character Day” last month. To encourage a love of reading, teachers and students dressed as their favorite book characters for the day. In addition to elaborate costumes, each homeroom participated in a “Decorate Your Door Contest” following the theme, “Carnival of Books.” Above left, fourth grader Vanesska Hall dressed up as the white rabbit … Continue reading