Two of Worcester Prep’s Lower School webmasters are third grade students Porter Bunting, left, Ocean City, and Jordan Welch, Ocean Pines. The boys work on the Millennium Website by adding copy and photos. “We created a photo gallery, too,” commented Welch.
Worcester Prep varsity cheerleaders pictured with their little sister cheerleaders in the Brent Thompson Field House are pictured during a recent game. Clockwise from bottom left are Meredith Cummings, Kindergarten; Frankford; Jenn Moore, Grade 9, Salisbury; Grace Mullaney, Grade 3, Ocean City; Mary Mazcko, Grade 12, Berlin; Emilee Dorey, Grade 3, Millville; and MarikaVasilikos, Kindergarten,… Read more »
Mendy Fiori’s fourth grade class at Ocean City Elementary School participated in the 2009 Valentine’s for Veterans program. They created handmade cards to honor the sacrifices of our military men and women. Fiori’s class thanked veterans for all they do to ensure freedom for each and every citizen. Pictured, top row from left, are Marley… Read more »
Every year members of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City judge the projects submitted by the children of Showell Elementary School for their Annual Science Fair. Nearly 50 projects were submitted for judging by children from grades 1 through 5. Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten children also submitted class projects, but those projects are not eligible for… Read more »
Vanessa Billman’s third grade class at Ocean City Elementary School wrote thank you notes to the Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club for the wonderful dictionaries that were donated to each third grade student at Ocean City Elementary School. Pictured, bottom row from left, are Austyn Young, Kevin Diu, Julia Rettig, Sidney Mattie, Harry Heller and Jose Zavala-Huizar; middle row,… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society presented a $1,000 check recently to Believe in Tomorrow representative Wayne Littleton for the holiday season. Pictured, from left, are member Zach Hall, advisor Mary Berquist, member Blessing Aroh, Littleton, NHS Vice-President Emma Newell, member Jessica Giles and Principal Lou Taylor.
Lisa Billings is pictured teaching a guided reading lesson to Buckingham Elementary School third graders Shamir Church, Stephanie Jones, Gavin Smith and Camden Arzadon
Buckingham Elementary School last week invited all fathers to the school for the annual Donuts for Dads event with their children. Above are Aaron Call, Ethan Call, Todd Alther and Steve Alther.
Poetry Out Loud, a National Recitation Contest, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts & Poetry Foundation, was held at the Worcester County Arts Council building in Berlin on Jan. 13. Poetry Out Loud school winners were, from left, Katherine Atwood, Stephen Decatur; Tracy Morey, Stephen Decatur; Austin Coates, Worcester Prep; and Polly Macnab,… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – The point of your investment decisions is, by definition, to produce the returns you need to meet your long-term financial goals. But unless you’re also managing investments for tax efficiency, you may be paying more than your fair share of federal tax. This is especially true for the growing number of households… Read more »