Students from Cedar Chapel’s Special Olympics Team recently competed in the 5th Annual Eastern Shore Spring Games/Aquatics Meet at the Holly Center in Salisbury. Students demonstrated their swimming abilities and were rewarded with gold, silver and bronze medals.
Stephen Decatur’s junior varsity baseball team recently completed an undefeated season. Pictured, top from left, are Brandon Philips, Josh Tynadall, Joey Widgeon, Chris Bunting, Kevin Engle, Kody Bradford and Rod Ewell; bottom, from left, Mike Newcomb, Chad Kail, Troy Bennett, Jared Widgeon, Brian Holloway, Will Lewis and Mike Kempa. The team was coached by Garrett… Read more »
Under the direction of drama teacher Gwen Lehman, the Stephen Decatur High School theatre department presented the “Merry Wives of Windsor” last week. There were three performances marking the 12th year Decatur has been presenting the work of Shakespeare at the school. Among the students demonstrating their drama talents were, above, sophomore Clarke Bliss and… Read more »
State of Maryland winners in the Annual Sun Guard Poster Competition from Worcester Prep were Sarena Michnick and Claire Dorey. At the awards ceremony in Baltimore are, from left, Sarena Michnick, kindergarten; Claire Dorey, fifth grade; and Claire’s sisters Emilee, first grade, and Carolyn, fourth grade. Lower School computer teacher Tia Bunting, Rehoboth Beach, was… Read more »
Worcester Preparatory School held its Spring Sports Awards Banquet last week. Above, Worcester Prep seniors who played three varsity sports during each of their four high school years received plaques honoring their membership in the 12-Letter Club. They are, from left, Kristen Chandler, Salisbury; Codee Buckler, Ocean City; Travis Gregory, Bishopville; Brittany Holdren, Pocomoke; and… Read more »
Middle School Lacrosse Awards at Worcester Prep went to the following students. Pictured, from left, are RJ Smith, Ocean City, Most Valuable Player, Middle School Boys’ Lacrosse; Nikki Carpenter, Ocean City, Coach’s Award, Middle School Girls’ Lacrosse; Daniella Celia, Ocean City; Most Improved, Middle School Girls’ Lacrosse; Jenna Kramer, Bishopville, Most Valuable Player, Middle School… Read more »
A combination of shrewd investing and a little bit of luck helped students from Pocomoke Middle School earn a simulated $119,974 and a first place finish in the fall session of the Eastern Shore Region Stock Market Game competition, organized by the Maryland Council on Economic Education (MCEE). Above, team members Devin Fairman, Kyle Gillespie,… Read more »