I read a column recently that got me looking ahead to 18 years from now.In his column in The Baltimore Sun on Aug. 26, columnist Dan Rodricks wrote a column my wife brought to my attention because it made her cry. Later in the day, I had a similar reaction to the piece, which dealt… Read more »
Senior boys, from left, are Matt Doherty, Matt Stocker, Brendan Chavis, Brian Holloway, Dan Miller and Gunner Hughes. The king will be named during the Stephen Decatur Pep Rally at Seahawk Stadium this afternoon, while the queen will be crowned during halftime of the football game tonight. Submitted Photos
Further evidence of our little man growing up at a clip far too fast for his parents was his entrance earlier this month into the world of solids, or at least some mushy stuff resembling food.The first couple days of this new experience were not pretty. Rather than swallowing the oatmeal cereal-formula mix, he was… Read more »
Sharing bottles of wine with friendsA cool breeze first thing in the morningBBQ chicken wingsTina Fey as Sarah PalinHow Phil Cropper throws a partyFuze’s Green TeaThe first red leaf of fall on the window shieldThe unique sound of a banjoThe temperature swings of a fall dayMy son’s early gibberishDriving with a full moon overhead
Liz Engh’s kindergarten students show at Ocean City Elementary School show their spirit by wearing their school T-shirt for “School Spirit Day”. Pictured, from left, Allison Marx, Eric Cropper, Brittyn Lyra Leonard, Anthony Rozaieski, Deklan Conner, and Brooks Travers. Submitted Photos
Sixth grade students at Berlin Intermediate School recently created and interpreted “cave drawings” about an important event in their lives in order to learn about each other and the challenges historians face as they attempt to interpret the past. Above are Tonya Jones, Jack Hammond and George Eppard-Annis.
Buckingham Elementary School fourth graders Claire Billings and Jenna Morlock are all smiles after working on a reading project at school together.
Snow Hill Elementary School second grade students in Janet Nicholson’s class recently made necklaces in non-numeric patterns during Math Lab. Pictured, from left, Rabeka Vreeland, Jacob Torres-Bettis, Jadelynn Blank and Daija Stevenson show off their completed necklaces.
Berlin Intermediate students in Madame Peers Introductory French class connected with the visual arts when decorating their foreign language folders. Students used the technique of crayon resist to place French phrases on their folders. Students in fifth and sixth grades are introduced to both French and Spanish on a rotating yearly basis. This year students… Read more »
Cedar Chapel Special School held its annual Back To School Barbeque earlier this month. This event is held each year to welcome students and parents back to a new school year. In addition to a barbeque picnic, parents are given the opportunity to meet their child’s teacher and sit in on informative presentations such as … Read more »