Students in Miss Elizabeth Parker’s class at Ocean City Elementary School have been busy planting different seed types, such as zinnia, peas, cucumber, spinach, marigold and sunflower. The students are tracking their growth over the course of eight weeks. In June, they will take their plants home to transplant. Pictured above are Trevor Alley, Brandon… Read more »
Inductees into the National French Honor Society at Worcester Prep were, front from left, Katie Twilley, Salisbury; Meegan Jayne Smith, Ocean City; Laureen Rosa, Lewes; Allie Pedigo, Lewes, Kasie Moyer, Berlin; back, from left, are Christian Bushnell, Ocean City; Parker McIntosh, Berlin; Dominique Kunciw, Ocean Pines; and Alex Lewis, Ocean City.
Sixth grade students Nick Masters, Chase Church and Colby Bunting take a break from downloading music to smile for the camera. Students in Mr. Hall’s Technology Education class at Berlin Intermediate School learned about Internet safety through CyberSmart.org. While creating a movie about themselves in Microsoft Movie Maker, students learn about what they should and… Read more »
Spanish National Honor Society Inductees at Worcester Prep were, front from left, Jackie Wangel, Berlin; Rachel Sharp, Snow Hill; Molly Simons, Bethany Beach; Hilary Roughton; Manali Patel, Berlin; back, from left, Ross Roessler, Bishopville; Andrew Canakis, Ocean City; Chase Harmon, Rehoboth Beach; Tyler Hoyle, Berlin; Trevor Mathias, Ocean City; Justin Dempsey, Millsboro; Zach Sadler, Lewes;… Read more »
Students in pre-kindergarten through fourth grade at Ocean City Elementary School recently wrote letters to servicemen and women overseas to thank them for their dedication and for protecting our country. The students told the service personnel how proud they were of them and to come home safely. Above, prekindergarten students Ryan Ethridge and Abby Yesko… Read more »
Mikayla Dischinger, third grade at Ocean City Elementary School, recently earned first place recognition in the Worcester County Science Fair for non-experimental individual with her “Suction Cups Go Wild”.
In the first-grade non-experimental individual category, Quinn Ebaugh, 7, of West Ocean City, won first place for his human digestive system, which featured a digestive system made from tubing as well as a comic book.
Mrs. Biscoe’s first grade students at Ocean City Elementary School won first place in their category at the Worcester County Science Fair on April 11. The team’s work was called “Stop The Erosion Explosion.” Pictured, from left, are Michael Mareno, Frank Nanna and Krystal Hitchens.
Second grade students in Mrs. Shockley-Lynch’s class at Snow Hill Elementary School (SHES) recently took part in a presentation by Bonnie Bloxom, a nurse at Atlantic General Hospital. Bloxom visited the class to provide a lesson about germs. Her presentation included sharing daily healthy habits including proper hand washing techniques. Bloxom is the grandmother of… Read more »