A weekend away with friends Route 1 bypass around Dover That the sun is now up when I go to work Having GPS on a road trip A little one with a lot of questions How easy it is to pay bills online The photography in “Coastal Style” Flags blowing in the wind Getting new… Read more »
ARIES (March 21 to April 19): Your work requires increased effort during the next few days. But it will all pay off down the line. Things ease up in time for weekend fun with family and/or friends.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): Your genuine concern for others could prompt you to promise more than you… Read more »
Worcester Prep seventh grade student Kirsten Goodman recently traveled to Slidell, La. to serve with the East St. Tammany Habitat for Humanity group. During her time in Louisiana, she started her days at 7 a.m. helping to build a home for a family in need. Additionally, she had time to visit New Orleans where she… Read more »
Barry Louis Polisar, a motivational author, poet and musician, made a visit to Buckingham Elementary School. He is pictured above with students Savanna Hastings and Rose Billings, front, and Brendon Scott, Barry Louis Polisar, Barry Henry and Justin Thomas, back.
Jamie Welch, Ocean Pines, above, a sixth grade student at Worcester Prep, serves as the middle school webmaster for the school’s Millennium Website. The site is one that students at the school manage with the help of Dr. Merle Marsh, director of Special Projects. Worcester’s other student webmasters are Upper School, Niki Kunciw and Michael… Read more »
Fourth graders at Pocomoke Middle School have been studying Maryland. As part of our study, Ms. Parvis from the Delmarva Poultry Industry visited the school and brought chicks. She talked about the Poultry Industry and students got to pet and hold the chicks. Above, students Joseph Cold, Jarrius Gaillard, and Kairon Corbin are pictured.
Mrs. Grace Mitchell’s pre-kindergarten students at Ocean City Elementary School conducted their science fair experiment on the number of seeds in pumpkins. Before they could start their experiment, they had to learn about the scientific method. Above, students Adham Labwam and Gavin Conner present the results of the class experiment.
Recently, special Olympians from Cedar Chapel Special School and Lower Shore Special Olympics, traveled to Mt. St. Mary’s College for the Special Olympics Maryland Fall Festival. Participating in the soccer tournament the athletes took first place, in double overtime, with penalty kicks. TJ Frampton is pictured dribbling toward the goal.
Ocean City Elementary School recently honored the October Students of the Month with a luncheon provided by Next Wave Studio. The students are, first row, first graders Jude Alhamad, Kevin Beck, Rachel Hreshko, Orre Omer, Kendal Snyder; second row, second-graders Austyn Young, Parker Wheeler, Krystal Hitchens, Maggie Bunting, Ori Bibas; third row, third-graders Lexie VanKirk,… Read more »
Students at Ocean City Elementary School participated in Red Ribbon Week from Oct. 22-26. One of the activities during that week was a poster contest. The winners of the poster contest were: first place, Gavin Harrigan, third grade; second place, Alexis Cantrell, third grade; and third place, Nick Ager, third grade.