Twenty-two Worcester Preparatory School student athletes were named to the fall Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference All-Conference Team. Pictured, from left, are girls soccer team standouts Olivia Bescak (first team), Madison Bescak (first team), Julia D’Antonio (first team), Julie Talbert (first team), Gracie Gardner (first team), Maggie Coutu (second team) and Delaney Abercrombie (second team).
Mya Williamson and Jake Parsons from Faith Murray’s fourth grade class at Ocean City Elementary School are pictured using laptop technology to research ferrets and chinchillas for their classroom non-experimental Science Fair project. Once all of the information is collected, it will be used in a PowerPoint presentation for the OCES Science Fair.
Named to the All ESIAC teams from the Worcester Prep varsity soccer team were, from left, Owen Nally (first team), Wyatt Richins (first team), Brendan Miller (first team), Charlie Pritchard (second team), Patrick Petrera (second team), Seth Lewis (second team), Ross Dickerson (second team) and Tate Shockley (honorable mention).
The Knights of Columbus, Council 9053 sponsored a Soccer Shootout at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School last month. Students competed in events involving the sport of soccer. On November 18, the following students were recognized for place 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. Thank you to the gentlemen of the Knights of Columbus. Top finishers from MBS are pictured.
Buckingham Elementary students Meet Patel, Levi McDaniel, Keira Budd and Layla Evans in Mrs. Sheryl Mitrecic’s Pre-K class participated in a sensory investigation. Students explored how their sense of smell affects their sense of taste as part of their Five Senses unit.
The meeting of the Showell Elementary School Monthly Discipline Challenge was celebrated by students with a Mismatched Spirit Day. Left, third graders Jayda Taylor, Zarek Coyman and Chaniah Bernier display wild, mixed up clothes. Right, third graders Sascha Mete, Hurley Sutton and Henry Putsch are pictured.
Twenty-two Worcester Preparatory School student athletes were named to the 2015 Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference All-Conference Team selections. Named from field hockey team were, from left, Regan Lingo (first team); Isabel Carulli (first team); Hanna Nechay (first team), Leigh Lingo (second team), Kathleen Emche (second team), Hannah Arrington (second team) and Eva Parks (honorable mention).
Buckingham Elementary School students Jackson Steele, Marlow Maxa, Sincere Briddell, Sydnie Harrington and Trybe Wise in Amanda Hammond’s third grade class showed their knowledge of multiplication by creating a city skyline. They placed the building windows into arrays and then described how the arrays represented various multiplication problems. Submitted Photos
Stephen Decatur High School’s Future Educators of America Club members Savannah Payne, Adam Melson and Brooke Cord greet visitors during American Education Week when more than 100 guests visited.
Buckingham Elementary third grade students studied the history of life in the 1600’s. They discovered the hardships the Pilgrims had to face during their journey to America, and the different ways the Pilgrims made a living once they reached America. Pictured are students Brandon Fitzgerald, Cameron Boston and Dalontae Henry.