It never ceases to amaze me how a little 25-pound boy dominates everything.The latest in a growing list of examples revealed itself the other morning, serving as further confirmation I am retreating further away from being the master of my own domain (excuse the Seinfeld reference). My grasp, if you can even call it that,… Read more »
The 2009 Prom Court for Worcester Prep’s Junior-Senior Prom consisted of, from left, Evan Bauer, Roxana, Senior Prince; Manali Patel, Berlin, Senior Princess; Peter Buas, Ocean City, Prom King; Meegan Jayne Smith, Prom Queen; Theresa Ciletti, Ocean City, Junior Princess; and Taylor Kern, Dagsboro, Junior Prince.
A full tank of gasThe arrival of palm treesIndulging in pancakes with syrupPacking for a vacationWhen numbers add up how you wantAll the sports playoff games this time of yearGoing a day without hearing the word ‘recession’A short ‘honey do’ list When my son sleeps in The first crab feast of the year Derby day
Some more thoughts on the life and times of my son as he closes in on his first birthday this month.— He wants everything we have.There are some big changes going on around the house, as it seems whatever anyone has at any given moment my son must have. Whether it’s the TV remote, a… Read more »
The Stephen Decatur High School’s Student Government Association held its annual Battle of the Bands last month. Pictured, above from left, are guitarist Jimmy Leighton, drummer Tim Shuster and vocalist Alex Hooks performing
To remind students about the importance of recycling plastics and aluminum cans, Upper School students at Worcester Prep decided to carry on a green campaign during lunch periods. At Lower School Lunch, Upper School students held up signs and showed younger students which trash cans should be used and how they should separate the items… Read more »
Sophie Haines, Morgan Echols and Ryan Hall from Jennifer Fohner’s pre-lindergarten class at Ocean City Elementary School are planting their own grass seed. Students will spend three weeks taking care of their grass seed while making observations and predictions as part of the pre-kindergarten curriculum of “Growing Things.”
In observance of Arbor Day, Snow Hill Elementary School and the Worcester County Department of Recreation and Parks held a celebration at the school, featuring skits and songs performed by the second grade. Above are second graders Zachary Geesaman, Sarai Warrick, and Keegan Gould.
Jennifer Fohner’s pre-kindergarten classroom at Ocean City Elementary enjoyed having the extra help while creating dirt cups. Addy Rippin participated in Take Our Daughter’s and Son’s to Work Day, working along side her mother, Sandy Rippin, an Educational Assistant at Ocean City Elementary. With Addy Rippin are Milena Olerta, Anna Berges and Morgan Echols.
Stephen Decatur High School’s National English Honor Society recently sponsored its second annual book drive. Pictured above are seniors Matt McKinley and Peter Andes sorting through books.