Stephen Decatur High School senior Josiah Oswald led the a cappella group, “Hawkapellas,” in a Pentatonix mashup during the group’s unique performance at the Feb. 11 talent show. The group placed third.
The Ward Museum visited kindergarteners at Showell Elementary to teach the students about oceans. Above, Alivia James and Alex Pace studied the globe to discover the bodies of water.
Top boys sports awards for the Worcester Prep winter sports season were presented to, front from left, Colby Hook, seventh grade Basketball Coaches Award; Sam Tinkler, seventh grade Basketball MVP; Frankie Carter, seventh grade Basketball Most Improved; back, Colin Miller, eighth grade Basketball MVP; Max Moore, eight grade Basketball Coaches Award; and Alex Canakis, eighth grade Basketball Most Improved.
Brett Berquist, flanked by Berlin Pop Warner Vice-President Anne Waples and President Tony Morris, was nominated for the Casey Lynch Leadership Award, which recognizes one Henlopen Conference Pop Warner player for outstanding scholarship, leadership and community involvement. Berquist, son of Mary and Steve Berquist of Bishopville, is a three-time Pop Warner All-American.
Stephen Decatur High School Media Center Specialist Mary Cosby and seniors Meriajah Jackson and Maria Zweifel display some of the many books on display in the school Media Center celebrating American black heritage during Black History Month.
Pioneers and cowboys saddled up for fun on the prairie in Linda Brown’s second grade class at Ocean City Elementary School. Students worked on projects and activities related to their study of the western movement of the late 1800s. Pictured, back from left, are Sophia Robles, Finian Dudley, Richie Moisa, Mario Vazquez and Delaney Grim; and, front, Sarah Parypa, Solomon … Continue reading
Winning trophies at the Middle School Sports Awards Assembly at Worcester Prep were, front from left, Liza Moore, seventh grade Basketball Most Improved; Emily Copeland, seventh grade Basketball MVP; Carly Hoffman, seventh grade Basketball Coaches Award; back, Delaney Abercrombie, eighth grade Basketball Most Improved; Hailey Merritt, eighth grade Basketball MVP; and Chloe Ruddo, eighth grade Basketball Coaches Award.
Mrs. Lankford’s High School Transition Class at Cedar Chapel Special School is busy baking, packaging and marketing dog treats for animal lovers’ as Valentine’s Day gifts. The students voted on naming the packaged gift “I Love My Dog Treats!”
The Dragon and Diamondback teams at Stephen Decatur Middle School recently completed an interdisciplinary research project on the history of slavery. After completing their research, students chose a variety of presentation formats for their report, including newspaper and video. Above, Cheyenne Franklin and Jonathan Brink show off their newspaper, The United Times.
Zane DeVito, first grader at Showell Elementary School, won second place at the Worcester County Science Fair with his project, “Germ Invasion.”