Ocean City Elementary School third grade students Devin Phillips, Brant Skipper, Kadie Littleton and Julianna Johnston are ready to “Hit the Books” as part of the Delmarva Shorebirds annual reading program. Students who complete their reading goals will receive two free tickets to a baseball game at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium during the 2014 season. These students will also be honored as part of a pregame parade around the field. Submitted Photos
BERLIN — The following represents a compilation of recent releases documenting local students’ achievements at their designated colleges and universities • Dr. Bashar Hanna, Delaware Valley College’s vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty, announced that Joshua Massey of Berlin has been honored for academic achievement by being named to the fall 2013 Dean’s List. • Kelly Sullivan of … Continue reading
Members of the Youth Leadership Academy heard from community leaders during their recent recap event, Get Into the Game for Success. The event, held Saturday, Jan., 25 at Salisbury University, featured Jacob Day, president of the Salisbury City Council, center, and Cindy Shifler, of the Wicomico County Health Department, far left. Each spoke about opportunities for youth to get more … Continue reading
The Elks District Hoop Shoot was held at Salvation Army in Salisbury on Feb. 1, 2014. Rachael Rodimak (Most Blessed Sacrament) and Matt Kinsey (Stephen Decatur Middle) placed first in the 12-13-year-old age group. They will represent the Ocean City Elks Lodge #2645 at the State Hoop Shoot in Frederick on Saturday Feb. 15. Calvin Lorance (Berlin Intermediate) placed third … Continue reading
Hundreds attended the Stephen Decatur High School 5th Annual Arts R Magic Festival sponsored by the SDHS After School Academy and the English and art departments. The festival showcased photography, painting, drawing and crafts and featured dance, musical and theatrical performances. Above, sophomore Tyler Van Sice entertains his audience with juggling, balancing and magic tricks. Below, sisters Alexandria and Joanna … Continue reading
Eighteen students in Worcester Technical High School’s Biomedical Science and Pre-Engineering programs recently conducted a community partnership project involving redesigning a new emergency department waiting room for AGH. Some of the students are pictured above presenting the concept to AGH officials earlier this month.
Jacob Fuchsluger, pictured receiving an award from Rev. Stanislao Esposito of St. Mary’s Star of the Sea Catholic Church/Holy Savior Parish, recently won first place in a Knights of Columbus drawing contest, Keep Christ In Christmas.
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced that Worcester Preparatory School girls’ and boys’ varsity soccer teams earned NSCAA Team Academic Awards, which are based upon the team academic performance throughout the entire school year. To be eligible, teams had to have a combined grade point average of at least 3.25 on a 4.0 scale. Both Worcester teams exceeded … Continue reading
The Knights of Columbus recently held its 22nd Annual Free Throw Contest in which 1,784 students from five local public schools and two private schools participated. The 10 winners (pictured with one missing) from the five age groups will compete in the District 22 competition on Feb. 8, at the Most Blessed Sacrament School. Winners were Ashten Snelshire and Emily … Continue reading
Faith Murray’s fourth grade class from Ocean City Elementary has been working on writing skills. They read an article called “Should Kids Be on Reality TV?” and then had a class debate. Each student chose whether it was a great opportunity or whether it was too much pressure. Then they had to support their statements by using information from the … Continue reading