Adham Labwam applies the beginning touches to the Egyptian Death mask that will cover Luke Davis’ face. As part of world history class, Berlin Intermediate sixth graders made masks out of paper mache and then painted them to look authentic.
Students from Tina Adams’ second grade class at Ocean City Elementary wrote stories about what they are thankful for. Showing off the thankful posters they created to go along with their writing pieces were, from left, Riley Pruitt, Ksenia Drakos, Michael Hoos and Nicole Kiser.
Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School students participated in “Operation Christmas Child.” The school’s first grade class is pictured with the special Christmas boxes. The MBS Library donated money to buy supplies to pack 10 boxes to send to needy children across the world. Each box contained a variety of items such as toiletries, school supplies, clothing, small accessories and toys.
Worcester Preparatory School Headmaster Barry Tull enjoys working with kindergarten students Reed Corron and Anna Mumford during Worcester’s celebration of Book Week. Tull read his all-time favorite book, Oh the Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss, to Cathy Auxer’s and Tracey Berry’s kindergarten classes.
Worcester Prep Upper School students who offered prayers at the school’s annual Thanksgiving Service were, from left, Arella Berger, Nik Moondra, Ali Khan and Jeremiah Nsah.
Berlin Intermediate students Jarrett Humphress, London Drummond and Nicolas Vinogrado “put drugs to sleep” by wearing their pajamas to school for Red Ribbon Week.
Showell Elementary School third grade students recently created models of the Associative Property during Rebecca Johnson’s math class. Pictured are Ryan Springle and Jayden Hayward.
Students in Jen Spicer’s third grade class at Ocean City Elementary School are learning how to use equal groups and arrays to represent multiplication number sentences. Pictured are Tobias Walas, Mia Lovitt and Aiden Nguyen.
Stephen Decatur High School seniors Michael Todd, Kyla Walker, and Rachel Bourne welcome visitors during American Education Week. SDHS opened its doors to over 100 parents, relatives, and community members throughout the week.
Berlin Intermediate School “Fishing Academy” had a “JAWsome” experience learning about sharks. Captain Mark Sampson of Fish Finder Charters, came to talk about sharks. Above, back, are Gavin Schaffer, Robyn Hurley, Jeffrey Eichelberger, Daniel Juarez, Dakota Martin and Dulaney Kerns; and front, Bailey Schweinberg, Mildred Sanchez Cruz, Zach Powers and Sampson