More than 500 Worcester Preparatory School students collected canned goods, non-perishable food, and monetary donations to purchase meat products for the Annual Food Drive sponsored by the WPS Student Government Association. Pictured, from left, are SHA officers Biola Eniola, Amy Lizas, Devin Hammond and Hannah Arrington. All donations were donated to seven distribution centers located in Maryland and Delaware.
Eighteen Wicomico County middle and high school students spent a day touring the community on the Optimist Club of Salisbury’s annual Youth Appreciation Day, held during Optimist International’s Youth Appreciation Week. Representing their schools were Bennett Middle, Makenzie Bryant and Molly Sahler; Pittsville Middle, Luke Bromley and Lia Molnar; Salisbury Middle, Pierrine Juste and Ronsha Satchell; Wicomico Middle, Daniel Davis … Continue reading
Santa Claus stopped by Worcester Prep’s Lower School earlier this month to collect gifts for needy families in the surrounding area. More than 300 wrapped gifts were given to Dena Holloway, president of Santa House, Inc., a non-profit charity organization in Worcester County that serves hundreds of families and thousands of children a year during the holiday season. Pictured, from … Continue reading
On Friday, Dec. 4, Worcester Prep Upper School Music Director Christopher Buzby and his Select Choral Ensemble treated residents of three local retirement homes in Berlin, Snow Hill and Salisbury to singing performances. The Ensemble even pulled off a flash mob in The Centre At Salisbury in front of Macy’s following their lunch at the food court. With Buzby are members, … Continue reading
Stephen Decatur High School Student Government Association members boxed over 2,500 pounds of canned goods collected from the student body during the annual food drive held the first week of December. SDHS donated all non-perishable goods to Diakonia in West Ocean City. Pictured, from left, are Diakonia representatives Ken Jones and Anna O’Neill and SGA members Cody Maykrantz, Reagan Dunham, Olivia … Continue reading
Enjoying painting in Golda Davis’ Art class at Seaside Christian Academy were Cami Moreland and Charley Davis.
Showell Elementary’s Adayna DuPont, a third grade student from Karin Lertora’s class, shows her excitement about working in her Writer’s Workshop journal.
Showell Elementary kindergartners are learning about two-dimensional shapes. In Mrs. VanKlompenberg’s class, Trey McCabe, Callie Cutlip and Christian Pino drew, cut and decorated shape ornaments to make a holiday tree.
At last month’s Salvation Army Red of Kettle Kickoff in Salisbury, the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City was recognized as the 2014 campaign Civic Organization winner with 272 volunteer hours ringing the bell. Club members were assisted by members of the Stephen Decatur High School Key Club who also rang the bell at the Walmart in Berlin. Above, … Continue reading
In lieu of a Thanksgiving feast, kindergarten, first grade and second grade students at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School held a food drive to benefit a local food pantry sponsored by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a Catholic lay organization providing help to people in need. Standing, from left, are Victoria Campos, Laila Pascucci, Max Carpenter, Alexis Rupple, Christian Hill … Continue reading