Students in Cheryl Marshall’s first grade class at Worcester Prep enjoyed a neighborhood walk to downtown Berlin. The young students visited the Atlantic Hotel, Jeff Auxer’s Glass Studio, the Berlin Town Hall, and the Berlin Police Station as part of their social studies curriculum. Students pictured, first row from left, are Lily Baeurle, Camden Rayne, Puja Jani,… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School, along with thousands of high schools across the country, celebrated American Education Week recently, opening its doors to community members and parents to witness the instruction taking place. Above, National Honor Society students Myla Waples, President Bry Bishop, Anne Winters, and Catherine Winters make pancakes and bacon for their teachers during… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School students in Cindy Leitgeb’s second grade class participated in fun campfire games as a follow-up activity to the story “Henry and Mudge and the Starry Night”. Pictured are, from left, John James, Paige Foard, Daniella Gonzalez, Aaron Proctor, Brooke Warthen, Eduardo Perpetuo-Filho, Steven Hoffman and Noam Katna.
Third grade students at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School enjoyed a lesson by Artist in Residence, Angela Cassels, who is working with students to create Advent wreaths out of felt.
Worcester Prep Juniors Hannah Beauchamp, right, and Marybeth Fisher cheered in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. They are co-captains of Worcester Prep’s varsity cheerleading squad.
The sixth grade dolphin team at Berlin Intermediate School recently completed the DARE (Drug Awareness and Resistance Education) Program. At the graduation ceremony, these students were recognized for the following awards: Leadership, Writing an outstanding essay about their DARE experience and the Darren Award given to individuals who possess a strong sense of self. Above, Hailey… Read more »
Buckingham Elementary School recently held its annual Golden Grahams for Grandparents. Above are Max Call, Debbie Smithsone and Avery Braciszewski.
Stephen Decatur High School junior Arielle Toulotte had the opportunity to spend the entire day with Principal Louis Taylor as part of a journalism assignment in Mary Berquist’s newspaper production course. Toulotte will be reporting the events of her day with Taylor in the Dece. 14 issue of The Hawk, the school’s newspaper. Submitted Photos
Weatherman Brian Keane of WBOC was the guest speaker at NARFE’s monthly meeting. Pictured, from left, are Tom Longo, Secretary and Membership chairman; Jack Scott, Treasurer; Keane; Dan McGrath, NARFE President; and Sandy McAbee, Acting Vice President.
Al Kastner, Kiwanis Club liaison of the parent Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City to local school Kiwanis Clubs, is pictured installing officers of the Buckingham Elementary School K-Kids. Above are Secretary Kayla Parker, Treasurer Kasey Donaway, Kastner and Vice President Jalen Planter. President Erica Webb was not able to attend.