County Commissioner Linda Busick visited Bess Cropper’s second grade class at Ocean City Elementary recently to read the book America’s Promise. The book teaches five promises for success — eat healthy, have a safe place to go after school, seek out people who help others, help yourself and learn now for the future. Above, Busick,… Read more »
At Worcester Prep’s annual Grade 2 Manners Dinner at Fager’s Island restaurant are students Grace Nichols, left, Berlin, and Olivia Parker, Ocean City. The girls and their classmates enjoyed an extensive unit featuring manners at home, school and in the community. At the dinner, the young students showed their knowledge of etiquette and gave a… Read more »
Corporal Rick Wawrzenriak of the Ocean City Police Department is pictured with Worcester Prep fourth-grade student Reese Brown, Rehoboth Beach, during Worcester Prep’s Annual Bike Safety Rodeo.
Drama students from Stephen Decatur Middle School performed a musical “The Wizard of the Mall,” on June 10 under the direction of teachers Shelley Phillips, Bob Connelly, Andrea Drewes and Brenna Shevlin. Shown in photograph are Jenna Abbaticchio as Auntie Em and Ashley Trice as Dorothy. Set was designed by art teacher Janice Gault and… Read more »
The memories made at an old churchIndependent childrenA well-written greeting cardSelf-opening and closing doorsCorn on the cob with lots of butterThe occasional piece of peanut butter fudgeWatching beachcombers hunt for treasure (pennies)Pasta with lobsterA beach scene painted with watercolorsKids that ask lots of questionsThe smell of a clean baby
Barbara Porter’s first grade class at Ocean City Elementary School enjoyed the “Swamp Monster” relay during Field Day on Friday, May 30. Some of the students are pictured above in action.
Snow Hill High School Salutatorian Matthew Freeman, left, and Valedictorian Scott Baker were recognized recently by the County Commissioners. Freeman will be attending the University of Maryland Baltimore City (UMBC) in the fall, while Baker, who will major in engineering, will attend the University of Maryland College Park.
Presenting Ocean City/Berlin Elks Drug Education awards for essays and posters is Edward “Pete” Peterson, Fenwick Island, Scholarship Chairman, Maryland, Delaware and D.C. Elks Association. Award winners were, from left, Halie Murray-Davis, Lewes, essay winner; Rachel Berry, Bishopville, poster winner; and Grace Tunis, Berlin, poster winner. The girls attend Worcester Preparatory School.
Students in Kirsten Danisavich’s fourth grade class at Ocean City Elementary School wrote Fathers’ Day poems to honor their dads for Fathers’ Day on Sunday. Class members are pictured above.
Alyssa Alicea, Seaford, and Sarah Smith, Salisbury created a life-size portrait of Aurora, Roman goddess of the Dawn for their 8th grade Latin class project at Worcester Prep. They invited fellow students to get their pictures taken with Aurora on presentation day. The presentations culminated with a feast in mock-honor of the Roman gods.