Several Worcester Prep students were recently honored at the Maryland Humanities Council and Library of Congress Letters About Literature awards ceremony. To enter the competition, the students wrote to their fa-vorite authors and explained why they liked their books. The winners were selected out of 56,000 entries nationwide. The WPS winners, pictured left to right,… Read more »
People exercising early in the morning The determination of a car salesman A thunderstorm on a hot afternoon Any kind of fish cooked on the grill Birds that eat mosquitoes Bumblebees who leave us alone The relief of the shade on a hot day An attentive server at a restaurant Iced tea with lemon The… Read more »
Riding my bicycle Older country music Fridays at the OC Marlin Club Making a big pot of spaghetti Talking to the parrot A bloody mary on the beach at Assateague Getting a new CD Hall’s breakfast buffet Leaving the gym after working out The smell of a freshly painted room By John E. Miller West… Read more »
Little dogs with attitudes An uncomfortable-looking chair that’s comfortable Leaving work after a deadline The quarters with the states on them Lunch at Panera in Salisbury Grilling out in the afternoon High school graduations Playing horseshoes at a cookout Dogs who are crazy about the water Reading what other people like The movie, “March of… Read more »
Worcester Prep Alumna Leigh Remy, ’03, a senior at Vanderbilt University with a double major in Voice and English, treated Worcester Prep Lower School students to a performance of show tunes and operatic selections. The young students had a great time talking with Remy about her studies in music. The program was sponsored by Nancy… Read more »
Worcester Prep Grade 5 teacher Erika Phillips, Ocean City, was awarded a grant from Exxon-Mobil to support her unit on flight and rocketry. Here the students show some of their designs for paper planes and kites they’ve made so far in the unit. Pictured, first row from left, are Daniel Rosa, Lewes; Alex Scott, Lewes;… Read more »
Worcester Prep third grade student Neva Richardson recently earned first place on every event at the 2007 Level 4 Maryland State Championships in St. Mary’s, Md. to become State Champion on all five events. Her all-around score of 38.675 is the highest all-around ever scored in any compulsory gymnastic meet in Maryland and earned her… Read more »
First grade students at Ocean City Elementary School along with student volunteers from Stephen Decatur High School enjoy the hippity-hop relay, which was one of the many different relays the students from grades pre-kindergarten through grade 4 participated in on Friday, June 1 for the school’s annual field day.
The Stephen Decatur High School Annual Mentoring Luncheon was held last month in the school cafeteria. Students and their mentors attended and enjoyed pizza, friendship, and prizes. Above, front from left, are mentors Jack Roub and Catherine Bocci and student Gabrielle Murray, and, back, students Jay Johnson and Delonte Bobbit.