Ocean City Elementary School third grade students Orre Omer and Caeleb Wesley dig into life science by exploring the parts of a plant and the jobs of each part.
Will Brown from Megan Cooke’s third grade class at Ocean City Elementary School uses a magnifying glass and a seed diagram to investigate parts of a lima bean seed during a science lesson.
Stephen Decatur High School senior Bonnie Eisenman was named a National Merit Semifinalist on Sept. 16 by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the finalist level. About 90 percent of the semifinalists are expected to attain the finalist standing…. Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School third grade students Kendal Snyder and Alex Bean review place value and comparing numbers using base-10 blocks.
The Board of Trustees of Wor-Wic Community College recently awarded scholarships to 12 high school graduates from Wicomico, Worcester and Somerset counties. The scholarship recipients seated in front, from left, are Kelsea Hitch from Parkside High School, Brandon Griffin from Mardela Middle and High School, John Timmons from Salisbury Christian School, Christopher Davidson from Wicomico… Read more »
The Bank of Ocean City continues to sponsor the live broadcast of Stephen Decatur High School’s football games on WQMR 101.1FM this season. Additionally, the bank is presenting a weekly plaque to the MVP of each game as well as making a $50 donation to the football program’s athletic boosters. Above, from left, Coach Bob… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – A father reportedly drown last night in the ocean trying to rescue his teenage son caught in a rip current.According to police reports, at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Ocean City Police, Fire Departments and Beach Patrol responded to 35th Street and the beach, in reference to swimmers in distress. Ocean City Fire… Read more »
Receiving awards for five and 10 years of service at Wor-Wic Community College are, front from left, Allison M. Canada, Susan Davis, Ann D. McGee, Donald Rollyson Jr., Mary Lou Townsend, De Harrison of Vienna and Dr. Betty J. Daughenbaugh, recognized for five years of service. Back, from left, are James H. Ball and Larry… Read more »
Wor-Wic Community College recently recognized its dedicated employees at a meeting. Above, receiving 15- to 30-year service awards are, front from left, Rebecca A. Schilling Dr. Elaine L. Vander Clute and Donna L. Yackley, recognized for 15 years of service, and Thomas N. Tyson, recognized for 20 years of service. Back, from left, are Dr…. Read more »