Stephen Decatur High School senior Fiona O’Brien and junior Maury Izzett count money for the school-wide Leukemia & Lymphoma Pennies for Patients campaign, which was organized by the school Acts of Kindness club. The school collected over $1,000 for the cause.
Students in Linda Brown’s second grade class at Ocean City Elementary gather around Mr. Fonner (Mrs. Brown’s father) as he shares his special coins of US Presidents and National Parks. The students have been studying American history, geography and famous people and places in the USA. They discovered that coins have all kinds of interesting facts on them.
Luca Waston manipulates Play-Doh in Mike Johnson’s third grade classroom at Showell Elementary as part of an exercise debating the learning value with the product.
Mollie Wilkins, third grader at Showell Elementary School, works with Play-Doh prior to a persuasive writing exercise on whether schools should use this product to help young learners bolster their creativity.
The Stephen Decatur High School Academic Team took fourth place in the annual Stephen Decatur High School Academic Invitational held at Wor-Wic Community College on March 13. The team is advised by Spanish teacher Belinda Sawyer and participates with the SDHS After School Academy. Pictured, back, are Ashley Miller, Allie Burton, Barbara Reyes and Grace Burton; and, front, Ashley Dear, … Continue reading
Stephen Decatur High School seniors Justin Meekins, Jenna Leitgeb, Mallory Rolleston and Conor May teamed up to compete in the Mu Alpha Theta annual pie eating contest during the annual “Pi Day” event, which celebrates the mathematical constant.
Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity basketball team also brought home its share of ESIAC post-season awards. Pictured, from left, are Erik Zorn, Second-Team All-Conference; Elio Telo, First-Team All-Conference; Owen Nally, Honorable Mention; and Tucker Brown, Honorable Mention.
Bank of Ocean City Assistant Vice President-Branch Manager Melissa Von Bank and Assistant Vice President-Branch Manager Nancy Bradford recently visited Buckingham Elementary during a week-long Junior Achievement program called “Our Region.” Pictured above is Bradford’s group with Buckingham teacher Annie Bullock’s fourth-grade class.
Rommel’s Ace girls’ soccer club recently won the under-18 division in the Ocean City Recreation and Parks’ Department’s Annual St. Patrick’s Soccer Tournament, which concluded last weekend. Pictured above, the happy local team shows off its championship trophy.
Students in Alayne Shockley’s science classes at Worcester Preparatory School collaboratively researched and designed iMovies, which brought awareness to the importance of protecting and preserving the rainforests of the world. Pictured, front row, from left: Hannah Brasure, Austin Cannon, Riley Schoch, Sydney Lamson-Reich, and Grace Beaurle. Pictured back row, from left, are Tabi Curry, Kat Moore, and Sadie Tunnell, Longneck. … Continue reading