Colin Dang, second grader at Showell Elementary School, is pictured with his first-place entry at the Worcester County Science Fair. The project was titled “Got Iron?”
Showell Elementary School hosted its annual Career Day for third grade students on Jan. 30. Speakers representing six occupations came to school to help students learn about the world of work. Above, Denny Bontempo, Career Day visitor Ryan Murphy and Alysa Quinn learn about oyster farming.
Third graders Hunter Simons and Colin Savage are pictured enjoying the Worcester Prep second graders’ annual bread sale fundraiser.
Renata and Mia Lovitt of Ocean City Elementary School explain their first-place science fair project, “Birth Of An Island, How A Volcano Became Hawaii,” to Principal Dawn Rogers.
Each year second grade students at Worcester Preparatory School take part in a unit that features learning science, social studies, and mathematics through baking bread. The breads — white, cinnamon, and cinnamon raisin — are sold at their annual bread sale with proceeds donated to the Atlantic General Hospital. Pictured, front from left, are second grade bakers Gavin Riddle, Angeline … Continue reading
The Delmarva Zoological Society Prize Patrol visited five schools in four counties last week to surprise the classes that raised the most money through the Just Zoo It! program, a fundraiser that in total has raised more than $114,000 since it began in 2011. This is the fourth year that students across the Lower Shore have collected coins and cash … Continue reading
Students from Rebecca Fetters class at Seaside Christian Academy proudly display the finger puppets they made during Home Economics class.
Students in Windy Phillips’ first grade class at Ocean City Elementary participated in a STEM unit. They created prototypes for a new Route 50 bridge. Student engineers Elijah Isett and Brody Kendall are shown putting the finishing touches on their bridge prototype.
Kelly Gee’s third grade class at Ocean City Elementary School made Christmas cards to go along with the dozens of cookies donated to “Operation Cookie Drop Off.” The Christmas cards and cookies were sent to the troops overseas to make their holiday a little extra special. In addition, Gee’s class was announced on the radio on 92.7 WGMD for participating … Continue reading
Seaside Christian Academy teacher Darlene Collins recently taught her students about community helpers. Pictured above is Sergeant J.S. Evans from the Delaware State Police with the pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students.