Traditional Christmas songs Kids who like playing an instrument Morning workouts Lauren Glick and Melissa Alesi singing together The new tree at Winterfest Marching bands in a parade Dressing up the house for Christmas Old Saturday Night Live skits Going to bed early Giving Tuesday’s local success Quick and eventful phone calls
Worcester Prep art students placed in every category of Grades 1-12 in the “2017 Eastern Shore Classic Dog Show Art Contest,” which connected student and canine through artistic expression. Winners were selected based on their interpretation of “Dogs, Man’s Best friend” by a panel of judges that included local artists, art educators and AKC judges. Students in… Read more »
Riley Nagler and Ella Gaddis dressed up as twins to celebrate Red Ribbon Week at Berlin Intermediate School. The students were encouraged to dress as twins to “pair up against drugs.” Red Ribbon Week is a nationwide campaign to educate students about the harmful effects of tobacco/alcohol and drug abuse.
If I can’t find my phone around the house, it’s likely because one of my kids confiscated it. What they are doing with it depends on the kid. If Beckett, 9, has it, he’s doing one of two things – looking through my settings to see how much storage space is available and how much… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School named seniors Piper Connors (volleyball) and Jack Reimer (cross country) October Premier Driving School Athletes of the Month. As National Honor Society members, both are standouts in the classroom and in their respective sports. They are pictured with Assistant Principal Ryan Cowder and Premier Driving School representatives Geri Riden and Kelly… Read more »
Hanging Christmas lights on Black Friday Military homecoming surprises The message from the movie ‘Wonder’ Weekend mornings when my kids sleep in Thanksgiving football games Creative parade entries When something I don’t want to do is over A kid learning from a mistake Shopping for holiday decorations at hardware stores How Seinfeld episodes never get… Read more »
Worcester Prep’s new Lower School Music teacher, Joanie Brittingham, has created an after-school club called The Musical Mallards (M & M’s) for students in grades 3-5. The singing and dancing troupe of more than 40 boys and girls meet weekly to rehearse their routines, many written and choreographed by Brittingham, to perform in school and… Read more »