Shannon Dooley has volunteered to teach Spanish to Snow Hill Elementary second grade students. With Dooley are second grade students Mason Lores, Marley McCabe, Jay Miller, Grayson Crosby, Keegan Gould and Zachary Geesaman.
Lindsay Greenan’s fourth graders at Ocean City Elementary School decorated Christmas stockings and filled them with items they donated for the adult residents of Diakonia. Pictured, back from left, are Diakonia Executive Director Claudia Nagle, Sommer Dinton, Alex Regnikov, Karen Codero, Kody Sineno, Ms. Lyndsay Greenan, Evan Ewing, Emma Leo and Ms. Kelly Seitzer; second… Read more »
Carmella’s Kids Preschool located in Berlin celebrated Thanksgiving last month with a Thanksgiving feast. The children carefully prepared hats and placemats and a feast with the aid of teachers. Every student stated something that they were thankful for and then they reenacted Thanksgiving and the meaning of Thanksgiving. Pictured are Waylon, Max, Zoe, Kirby, Gavin,… Read more »
The Pine’eer Craft Club of Ocean Pines has donated $3,850 to the Ocean Pines community, from profits derived from the success of the annual Arts & Crafts Festival held in August, and chaired by the 2008 Vice President Carol Quinto. Above, Ocean Pines Association General Manager Tom Olson accepts the donation from Club President Bertha Huettner
At a Worcester Preparatory School holiday gathering, Dr. Merle Marsh, center, drector of Special Projects, enjoyed talking with two of her former students, Mechelle Nichols and Troy Purnell, about their days at Worcester Prep. Nichols’ three children attend Worcester. Purnell, now a member of the Worcester Prep Board of Trustees, is the father of two… Read more »
Showell Elementary School Principal Paula Q. Jones, left, and Sandy Coates West, right, Curriculum Resource Planner, are shown receiving a $300 donation from Republican Women for Worcester County Caring for America/Literacy Chair Lou Etta McClaflin for the school’s “Paper Back Book Library Project”. The RWWC started the project, which allows each student to freely choose a book to share with other… Read more »