Stephen Decatur High School announced Danny Beck as the Best All Around senior during the annual Senior Awards Night on May 19. He is pictured with SDHS Principal Tom Zimmer. Throughout high school, Beck participated in three varsity sports, served as the president of Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honor Society), and earned summa cum laude. Submitted Photos
Carmella’s Kids Learning Center helped raise money for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and safety awareness by participating in the 30th Annual St. Jude Trike-A-Thon. A total of $385 was contributed to St. Jude’s. Pictured, from left, are Grant Stephan, Amanda Marotta, Van Walsh, Gabriel Rodriguez, Alex Wood, Bryce Baker, Jett Walsh and Aubree Collier-Bishop.
Worcester Prep Senior Maddie Pilchard, who will attend Stanford University in the fall, discusses the university with Dr. Merle Marsh, Director of Special Projects. Marsh completed her graduate studies at the California school. Pilchard plans to pursue pre-med coursework and to play women’s lacrosse.
First grade students at Ocean City Elementary recently participated in “Down on the Farm”, a program provided by the University of Maryland Extension 4-H STEM. Learning to milk a cow are Clayton McCabe, Molly Hoffman and Reid Phillips.
Second grade students at Ocean City Elementary School use their five senses to identify characteristics of different vegetables during one of their Health Literacy lessons. Pictured are Stevie Welsh, Mason Castanares, Shay Flannery and Kayla Rocco.
Worcester Prep senior Lucas Payne was honored by US Lacrosse with the Bob Scott Award, an award that recognizes a player who goes above and beyond in service to his team, his school and his community. Payne, who will enter Washington & Lee University in the fall, is pictured with his coach Kevin Gates.
Students from Faith Murray’s fourth grade class at Ocean City Elementary School recently visited the Philadelphia Zoo. Pictured are Dylan Braica, Trystan Duffy, Natalie Elko, Brandon Quach, Andrea Stefan-Murphy, Gus Emm, and Christian Anderson. Prior to their field trip, students completed a research report on an animal from the zoo and were excited to see their animal in its zoo … Continue reading
Salisbury University senior Emily Lembo has earned a prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) grant to travel to South Korea for the 2014-15 academic year. The U.S. Department of State exchange program places recipients in schools overseas to supplement English language instruction and provide a native speaker in classrooms. A New York native who moved to Salisbury with her family … Continue reading
Worcester Preparatory School fourth grade student Abbey Miller is congratulated by Neetu Dhawan-Gray, Assistant Director for the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY), for her exceptional performance on a rigorous, above-grade-level test given to academically talented second through eighth grade students. She received a High Honors Pin for her excellent scores in the 2013-2014 school year testing.
Worcester Prep winners in the Elks Drug Essay 2014 Competition were Emma Koppenhaver, third from left, and Rylie Carey. With the winners are, from left, Head of Middle School Mike Grosso, Pete Peterson, Elks representative, and Larry Bavis, Elks representative.