Buckingham Elementary School students Garv Patel, Kassidy Hynes, Andre Andrews and Anthony Burke in first grade used STEM skills to build/construct houses. As part of the “Design Dilemma” unit, students read the story “The 3 Little Pigs” and discussed house design, building materials and structural concepts. Students were then given materials to construct their own house to withstand wind and other destructive forces.
Stephen Decatur High School senior Andrew Bradshaw was recognized as a VIP of the Game on Nov. 1 at Seahawk Stadium between quarters of the varsity football game. Bradshaw was recognized for his outstanding contributions to the school and community and showing pride, achievement, respect and responsibility. He is pictured with teacher Amy Fenzel-Mergott and Principal Tom Zimmer.
First grade students at Ocean City Elementary conducted a math and science investigation using pumpkins. Above, Sarah Parypa, Kendra Tucker, Holden Bunting and Peter Snyder collect data to determine if the size of a pumpkin influences the amount of seeds.
Students inducted into the Charles R. Jenkins Chapter of the National Honor Society at Worcester Preparatory School were honored at an assembly for students and parents. They are, first row, Fiona Reid, Aelya Ehtasham, Gabrielle Alicea, Mikalah Potvin, Jenica Rosales, Amanda Gabriel, Somer Schaeffer, Shea Dowling, Carolyn Dorey, Caroline Lewis, Elena LaPlante and Grace Riley; second row, Cole Koester, Trent … Continue reading
Seventh and eighth graders at Stephen Decatur Middle School have partnered with Worcester County Library’s Ocean City branch to create the Teen Advisory Board. Activities include discussion and recommendation of books for their peers, school-wide book swaps and ideas for county-wide reading-related activities. Pictured, back from left, are the library’s Susan Todd, Coleen LeKites, Nyaire Purnell, Colton Edmunds, Jacob Ginther … Continue reading
Showell Elementary School kindergarteners Gabby Haley and Ava Konyar received junior firefighter hats after learning about fire safety from local fire departments during Fire Prevention Week.
Students from Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently participated in a Walk-a-Thon to raise funds for the school. A total of $20,000 was raised through the Walk-a-Thon and the annual Fall Family Festival that is sponsored by the school’s Home & School Association.
Some of the National Honor Society members who led the Worcester Prep Induction Ceremony were Razaak Eniola, Alie Greer, Claire Stickler, Libby Truitt and Lucas Baier.
The Stephen Decatur High School women’s soccer team donated $180 to Diakonia and $232 to Women Supporting Women. The girls sold T-shirts and baked goods during the annual “pink awareness” October home game to raise the proceeds.
Budding Stephen Decatur High School thespians Abby Stabinski, Sarah Schultz, Samantha Schachter and Bernadette Atwood read the ancient ledger of the Bondurant family brides in the creepy Introduction to Theatre courtyard production of Moonbrides on Oct. 25.