Over 3,000 books were collected during the Stephen Decatur High School National English Honor Society annual spring book drive. After the books are categorized by reading level and genres, they will be donated to local schools, hospitals, shelters, and churches. Pictured, back from left, are Anna Kiesewetter, Sarah Bianca, Madilyn Ortega, Gavin Esch, NEHS President Kyla… Read more »
While checking out of the grocery store the other day, Carson tried to pull a fast one on me. As usual, we always go to the store at the most crowded time. I know better but that’s how life goes. As Carson and I were waiting in the long line to check out, it was… Read more »
The season for giving keeps on for the Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society as the group donated several hundred pounds of canned goods to Diakonia. Pictured above are Hallie Edmunds, Bryce Kalchthaler, Spencer Carbaugh, Stephanie Marx and Piper Connors pose with Diakonia representative Michelle D’Ascoli, back.
A record 109 students were inducted into the Stephen Decatur High School chapter of the National Honor Society during the annual Induction Ceremony on April 4. To gain admittance, students must satisfy the four principles of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Above, National Honor Society President Michael Mareno conducts the swearing in.
This rare photo shows the efforts made by the Army Corps of Engineers to dredge a channel on the bayside in 1947. The white building next to the marina was the famous Ship Café and the adjoining vacant land is the location of today’s Harbour Island. St. Louis Avenue had not been extended northward at… Read more »
Two Worcester Preparatory School third graders tied for second and another one earned third place in the American Legion Auxiliary Americanism Essay Contest, for students in Grades 3-8. The essay contest title was, “How can I promote Americanism in my school and community?” Pictured, from left, are Bella Fernley, second place; Gray Bunting, second place;… Read more »
Walking to dinner Kids celebrating a win The grounds of Augusta National Mexican food once a week 3-D puzzles Wireless keyboards The show, “Homeland” A newly paved driveway Watching the sunrise from an oceanfront hotel room The aroma of Camden Yards Broiled seafood
Mara Minkey, a fifth grader from Stacy Lloyd’s class, was excited to visit the planetarium with her science teacher, Ashley Miller. Mara, along with the rest of the fifth-grade students at Berlin Intermediate School, enjoyed going inside the Sky Dome Planetarium to learn about the solar system, stars, and constellations.
Worcester Preparatory School seventh and eighth grade students presented The Snow White Variety Show, written by Brian D. Taylor, in the Athletic and Performing Arts Center on March 16. Directed by WPS Middle School teachers Lindsey MacWha and Linda Smith, the variety show was performed for parents, friends, and fellow WPS students in Lower and… Read more »