Dulaney Kerns, a member of the Berlin Intermediate School After School Academy Fishing Club, gets a helping hand holding up his “catch of the day.”
The Ocean Pines Garden Club donated several birdbaths and many daffodil bulbs to Showell Elementary. Pictured planting bulbs, from left, are Kiley Kauefer, Molly Stinebiser, Breandan Foley, Garden Club representative Gail Philippi, William Hare, D’Anthony Harmon and Christopher Gale.
Worcester Prep fifth grader Grace Baeurle was the winner in the Maryland Association of Realtors Fair Housing Competition during the 2013-2014 school year. Her excellent poster will be featured on the 2015 Maryland Realtors’ Association Calendar.
Students from Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently participated in their annual Walkathon fundraiser. This event, sponsored by Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School’s Home and School Association, promotes health and fitness school-wide for students ranging in grades from Pre-K 3 through Eighth grade. Over $18,000 was raised this year to benefit the school. Top fundraisers were MaryAnn and MadaLynne Rutzler.
Stephen Decatur High School seniors Kailey Mihavetz, above, and Jenna Reimer, below, have been named Commended Scholars in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. They placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
Students in Mrs. Collins’ class at Seaside Christian Academy got a close look at what a fire fighter wears as he explains how his equipment protects him from the smoke and flames of a fire.
The Worcester Preparatory School 2014 Homecoming Court, pictured from left, consisted of Josh Bredbenner, freshman prince; Annemarie Cherry, freshman princess; Carter Hill, sophomore prince; Regan Lingo, sophomore princess; Jarad Godwin, Homecoming king; Cecily Sass, Homecoming queen; James Petrera, senior prince; Grace Riley, senior princess; Ross Dickerson, junior prince; and Kathryn O’Malley, junior princess.
Students in Shelby Bargar’s third grade class at Ocean City Elementary School are working together to solve a STEM activity. Above, Cole Campbell, Daniel Gastiger, Madison Holland and Caroline Trejo-Valencia are using their problem solving skills to save Fred the Gummy Worm.
Amanda Pellerin, a visual clay artist with Young Audiences, is the latest “artist in residence” at Berlin Intermediate School. Students at BIS are creating handmade mugs that integrate math lessons with their personal drawings. Students are creating symbolism and imagery on their mugs from non-fiction and fiction texts from English Language Arts class. Submitted Photos
Worcester Prep Music Teacher Chris Buzby was just nominated by progressiverockcentral.com as “one of the best currently active progressive rock keyboardists and composers in today’s music scene” for his musical output with his internationally known band “echolyn.” Online voting for this award is ongoing through October. Pictured with Buzby are, front, Maya Natesan and Mia Carulli; second row, Maria Deckmann, Dylan … Continue reading