Jack Greenwood, a fourth grader at Ocean City Elementary School, visited artist Brooke Rogers at his opening Friday night event at the Ocean City Center for Arts. Greenwood plans to be an artist after being inspired by Rogers on Career Day at his school.
Vanishing Ocean City author Bunk Mann visited Stephen Decatur High School where he donated two of his books and read excerpts about Hurricane Gloria and its effects on Ocean City to fascinated and curious students on May 28. Pictured, back from left, are Rachel Thomas, Zainab Mirza, Alexis Nguyen, Alison Alvarado, Caroline Hammond and Principal Tom Zimmer; and, seated, Cengizhan … Continue reading
Hillary Davidson’s Pre-K classes from Ocean City Elementary School went on a field trip to Assateague State Park. Students took part in a beach scavenger hunt where they searched for various items on the beach. The rangers then helped the students identify the names and characteristics of the sea life collection.
Worcester Preparatory School fourth grade student Linley Hill was the local and regional winner in the 2015 If I Were Mayor Competition. Congratulating Hill in Annapolis on May 14th are Bruce Wahl, left, president of the Maryland Municipal League, and Larry Hogan, governor of Maryland.
Worcester Prep’s first grade students Priya Haldar, George Sapna, Ellie Windrow and Oliver Hershey perform with the rest of Worcester’s Lower School during the school’s Annual Spring Music & Art Festival.
Each year Worcester Preparatory School students in third grade compete in a Spelling Bee. This year’s best spellers were, from left, Madilyn Nechay, third; Isabella Sapna, second; and Emma Crivella, first place.
Each year, the Delmarva Irish-American Club awards tuition assistance scholarships to selected seniors at Stephen Decatur High School. This year’s awards were presented May 20 at the SDHS Community Awards Night to, from left, Dalton Warren, Matthew Scott, Brittany Wangel, Jeffrey Scheirer, Brittany Purnell, Emily Scheiber, Ashley Miller, Jennah Lupiwok, Matthew Krall, Brooks Holloway, Corey Gwin, Jacob Gaddis, Wyatt Bishop, Gabrielle Evans, Brooke … Continue reading
Larry Batis from the Ocean City Elks Lodge congratulates Showell Elementary’s third graders Trista Harner and Hennessy Murphy for placing third and second, respectively, in the Drug Awareness Poster contest.
The annual Drug Awareness Poster and Essay Contest winners were awarded a plaque and soccer ball for their essays. Pictured, from left, are Mikayla Denault, third place; Emily Shea, second; Logan Cymek, first; and Larry Batis, Elks Drug Awareness chairman.
Stephen Decatur High School senior Jake Gaddis was named the Best All Around at the Senior Awards Banquet on May 18. Gaddis was the National Honor Society President, a two sport athlete and served as the Worcester County Student Page for the Maryland General Assembly this year. Gaddis will go on to attend Virginia Tech this fall. Submitted Photos