Berlin Intermediate Principal Ryan M. Cowder and a few students showed off some holiday cheer before school dismissed for break. Cowder is pioctured with Hailey Renshaw, Niyah Adams and Zoe Hinkle. Photo by Marlene Luckenbaugh.
Fager’s Island was the first bar and restaurant on the bayside in what was then the growing midtown area of Ocean City in 1975.John Fager changed the look of the typical local bar scene by adding large glass windows and a magnificent view of the Assawoman Bay at sunset. He combined good music and fine… Read more »
Students and staff at Ocean City Elementary School collected nonperishable food items for the Maryland Food Bank. Students were encouraged to make a sacrifice in order to donate to someone in need. First graders Lee McAteer, Alyssa Raffo, Haylee Salandanan, Hayden Dorsey and Gabriel Dula are pictured helping to load the items.
Several Worcester Prep art students placed in the 2018 Eastern Shore Classic Dog Show Art Contest, which connects student and canine through artistic expression. Students in lower school art teacher Rebecca Tittermary’s and middle/upper school art teacher George Zaiser’s classes placed in all but two categories, capturing five first place ribbons and four top honors including… Read more »
Sixth grade students STEM students Dylan Cannon and Evan Frye demonstrate the cardboard pinball game they built as their second term project at Berlin Intermediate School. The students researched various arcade games and recreated their own using cardboard as their basic building component. Some students chose to recreate DIY games for which they found patterns on… Read more »
Mondays after a Ravens winWatching my kids in a church Christmas programHelping othersMy wife’s Buckeye creationsAnonymous donationsAcapella groupsHow light flatscreen TVs are these daysClear blue sky daysLeaving work on FridaysFinding an old gift card with a balanceNativity scenes
When Stephen Decatur High School senior Samantha Stephan, pictured above, watched her 3-year-old cousin battle childhood leukemia, she knew that she wanted to do something to help the thousands of families who visit St. Jude’s Research Hospital every year. That calling came in the form of a toy drive for children, from infancy to age… Read more »
Although it’s sensitive business to talk religious issues, I am feeling the need this time of year.I wish we were able to make it to church more often with our children. The desire and intent is there, but, unfortunately, youth sports on Sundays often keeps us from attending church. It’s a shame we are in… Read more »
A smooth road tripWhen the refs don’t impact a gameReading Autism articlesThe look of Spanish mossMultiple Christmas trees in a houseThe Heisman trophyKids wearing bow tiesChristmas cards in the mailMy kids’ love of a hotel poolWaterproof shoes on a rainy dayPentatonix Christmas specials
Worcester Prep kindergarten teacher Angie Bunting and her students studied the monarch butterfly lifecycle while raising them in their classroom. As part of a fall science project, students watched the eggs hatch into caterpillars, which then munched continuously on milkweed plants. One by one, fattened caterpillars crawled to the top to form a “J” and… Read more »