Showell Elementary students Chaz O’Hara and Bruce Bowen study the job of weavers from the 1800’s during their recent field trip to Furnace Town.
Stephen Decatur High School seniors who earned straight As for 15 consecutive semesters were recognized and greeted with a standing ovation during the annual WeXL Banquet at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center on May 6. Pictured, from left, are Molly Wooten, Brandon Wooten, Sara Nickoles, Megan Mitchell, Cailey Mitchell, Kailey Mihavetz, Brianna Lueders, Jenna Leitgeb, Ian Hammer, Gabrielle Evans, … Continue reading
Ocean City Elementary held its first annual student Relay for Life event. Approximately $1,105 was raised to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Grace Mitchell’s pre-kindergarten class recently enjoyed Nursery Rhyme Day at Ocean City Elementary School. Parents were invited to the classroom to listen to the students rehearse nursery rhymes. Brantley McKenna is pictured as Humpty Dumpty.
Worcester Prep 2015 Prom was held at Baywood Greens in Longneck, Del., on April 11. The Prom Court consisted of Michelle Curtis, Will Pedigo, Zachary Oltman, Sara Koon, Gracie Riley and James Petrera.
First graders at Ocean City Elementary School enjoyed the hands-on learning activities of the 4H Farm Experiences from the University of Maryland Extension Services. Pictured are Renata Lovitt and Kobe Bouzaglo from Wendy Macrides’ class.
The seventh grade Cobra and Gecko teams at Stephen Decatur Middle School have worked with Kenya Connect, an organization that strives to strengthen education by connecting with other students outside of Kenya. As part of the Pen Pal Program, SDMS students were contacted by seventh and eighth graders from the Mwaasua Primary School, Wamunyu, Machakos, Kenya. The students exchanged pictures … Continue reading
The Maryland Soybean Board in partnership with Food Play Productions presented “Food Play,” a national award-winning theater show, to students at Ocean City Elementary School. Pictured with the Food Play performers are students Cavontay Smith, Colin Fowle and Marissa Hearne.
Stephen Decatur High School seniors Gabrielle Evans and Delilah Purnell earned Attorney of the Year and Witness of the Year, respectively, during Law Day for the Worcester County Legal Interns program.
A team of Worcester Preparatory School seniors and faculty members created “Makerspace Playground” for attendees at the annual Association of Independent Maryland Schools Teachers’ Retreat in St. Michaels. The Makerspace Playground featured activities such as making Easter egg maracas, making a nut and bolt with a 3D printer, carving with a digital milling machine, making a piano keyboard using bananas and MakeyMakey, building a bottle cap … Continue reading