Stephen Decatur High School seniors Ashley DePaul, Emma Spack, Chelsea Hale, Rebecca Haskell and Cora Cox prepare to square off against their opponents during the annual senior class dodgeball tournament on March 12.
Worcester Prep fourth grader Ayush Batra, son of Drs. Vikas Batra and Reetu Singh of Lewes, was the winner of the Ages 10 and Under Division at the Chess Tournament held in Milton on March 22.
Stephen Decatur High School chief newspaper editors Donald Putnam and Gabi Ortega peruse journalism materials at the 90th annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association Convention at Columbia University in New York City. Twenty-seven journalism students attended the three-day convention.
Worcester Prep winners in the Shirley Hall Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Art League of Ocean City, are pictured with their works and instructors. Pictured, from left, are Grades 6-12 Art Teacher George Zaiser; Madison Doody, third place, photography; Cecily Sass, first place, painting; Zach Manning, second place, photography; Caroline Lindsay, first place, photography; and Photography Instructor Don Lehman. Submitted … Continue reading
Lindsay Birckhead-Morton, a fourth grade student at Snow Hill Middle, was selected as a 2014 Carson Scholar by the Carson Scholars Fund. She will receive a $1,000 scholarship award to be invested for college.
Titanium Wrecks, FRC Robotics Team 4945, is a new, private and community-based robotics team located in Worcester County. The team recently won the Rookie All Star Award at the DC Regional Competition. The team will now move on to the World Championships in St. Louis next month.
Fourteen Pocomoke High School students were recently inducted into Mu Alpha Theta, the National High School Mathematics Honor Society. Pictured, front row, from left, are Bogi Bothazi, Nina Nguyen, Logan Stanley, Hope Bowden, Katherine Wells and Danny Nguyen. Back row, from left, are Nathaniel Fleming, Joey Pittman, Ethan Hitch, Kyle Baumann, Olivia Hancock, Taylor Portier, Paige Stanley, and Ryan Robinson. … Continue reading
Winners of junior varsity awards for Worcester Prep, first row from left, Olivia Bescak, Ocean Pines, Most Improved, JV Basketball; Kathleen Emche, Ocean Pines, Coach’s Award, JV Basketball; Regan Lingo, Rehoboth Beach, Most Valuable Player, JV Basketball; second row, Nick Curtis, Most Valuable Player, JV Basketball; Ross Dickerson, Coach’s Award, JV Basketball; and Brad White, Most Improved, JV Basketball.
U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski last week met with students representing Maryland as delegates to the 52nd annual United States Senate Youth Program. Above, Mikulski presents a Senate Youth Program certificate to Maryland Delegate Kieran Murphy, a student at James M. Bennett High School in Wicomico County.
Ocean City Elementary School students Taylor Davis, Abigail Melito and Saylor Amos practice for their second grade concert “Come Fly With Us”.