Third grade students at Showell Elementary School learned important information about finance from Junior Achievement volunteers. Students Breandan Foley, Kiley Kauefer and Maddie Shirk receive a lesson from Margaret Mudron.
The Stephen Decatur High School Key Club hosted members of the Kiwanis Club for an annual breakfast on April 22. Above, Key Club Vice-President Jennah Lupiwok addresses Kiwanis Club members and other distinguished guests at the annual Key Club breakfast while officers Emily Cashman, Mallory Rolleston, Rebekah Nesbit, and Olivia Kurtz look on. During the ceremony, Club President Cashman recognized … Continue reading
Students from Wicomico and Worcester counties recently inducted into the Alpha Nu Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Wor-Wic Community College were, front from left, Danielle M. Gray of Salisbury, Angel West of Delmar and Michelle L. Craig of Berlin; back, from left, Jasmine S. Johnson of Ocean City and Cherie M. Waters of Pocomoke City.
Students at Ocean City Elementary School recently enjoyed a fun, educational and interactive presentation, Oceans Alive. Students had the opportunity to see and touch many modern day sea creatures as well as fossil specimens up to a half a billion years old. Pictured with presenter Neil Brown are third graders TJ Curry and Gavin Solito and fourth grader Angelina Zheng.
Winners in the Grades 4 to 8 Worcester Prep Chess Competition were, from left, Pranay Sanwal, first place; Ibrahim Khan, second place; and Daniel Chen and Carter McCabe, tied for third place.
After Ocean City Elementary School kindergartener Pierce Snyder’s Flat Stanley visited the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., his kindergarten class received a special surprise. The American Flag, pictured, was flown for Robyn Diesel’s kindergarten class on April 14 in the occasion of Flat Stanley’s visit. The class received a special certificate that accompanied the actual flag that flew on … Continue reading
The William E. Esham, Jr. Chapter of the Cum Laude Society at Worcester Preparatory School inducted its 2015 members on April 22 in the Lecture Room of Guerrieri Library. They were, first row from left, Zachary Oltman, Isabel Carulli, Victoria Middleton, Grace Tunis, Cassandra Stevens and Erika Smith; second row, Cole Koester, Jarad Godwin, Amanda Gabriel, Kyle Chandler, Erik Zorn … Continue reading
Worcester Prep winners in the 2015 Optimist International Oratorical Competition were Anthony Rilling, third place boys; Nick Moodra, second place boys; Anchita Batra, third place girls; and Chris Rilling, first place boys. This is the second year in a row that Rilling received top honors in the competition.
Worcester Prep fourth graders Sophie Swier and Linley Hill were honored by the Maryland Municipal League as winners in the 2015 “If I Were Mayor” essay competition. Hill was the District 1 winner and Swier the District 1 finalist.
Instructor, Vanessa Smullen, from Salisbury University, is pictured with students from Katie Allen’s class at Seaside Christian Academy. Smullen brought fossils in from the Henson Science department to share with the students during a science class.