Worcester Prep students in Physical Education teacher Carol Hartnett’s Freshman Advisory Group hosted a community service project to provide resources for PAWS 4 LIFE, a no-kill animal shelter program. In their campaign, the students collected cloth towels, paper towels, bleach, toys, trash bags and other items that could be of use in the shelter. Students… Read more »
A tree full of new, green leavesA sunny day after a spell of rainy onesSuccessful surprise birthday partiesInsider’s strange witWatching a bird build a nest A Dyson vacuumGetting in a workout early in the day Berries atop creme brulee How much my son loves Noggin Sleeping well That Macky’s is back open
Buckingham Elementary School’s third graders were all smiles after their recent biography speeches. Each child researched individuals during an extended writing project and enjoyed dressing up to share their information. Above are Alberto Alminno, Camden Arzadon, Maysell Crossland, Jaden Spence, Zoie Williams, MaKenzie Gaynor, Montrel Moore and Nathan Ewell.
Most Blessed Sacrament School recently hosted the first annual Del-Mar Regional Spelling Bee for local private and parochial schools. Winners pictured include Alexander Batton, The Salisbury School, third place, sixth-eighth grades; Paige Rebstock, St. Francis de Sales, first place, sixth-eighth grades; Mignon Winterling, Most Blessed Sacrament School, second place, sixth-eighth grades; Allie Zitvogel, Greenwood Mennonite… Read more »
Worcester Prep students in physical education teacher Carol Hartnett’s Freshman Advisory Group hosted a community service project to provide resources for PAWS 4 LIFE, a no-kill animal shelter program. Showing some of the donated items are, back from left, Lynde Pepper, Sydney Langeler, Sibel Tekman and Riddhi Sanwal; and, front, Megan O’Donnell and Olivia Wilgus…. Read more »
Students at Ocean City Elementary School participated in “Career Spirit Day” during the first week of April. Students dressed up to demonstrate the career they would like to pursue when they grow up. Doctors, veterinarians, artists, police officers, teachers, rock stars and more. Pictured are students in Lisa Brady’s second grade class.
Stephen Decatur High School’s Model United Nations Club attended the Washington Area Model United Nations Conference (WAMUNC) last month. George Washington University hosted the event that included more than 850 students. Pictured, from left, in front of the White House are students Katie Delher, Marcie Wiggins, Bonnie Eisenman, Kelsey Poloney and Victoria Bauer
As a parent, you have to be able to laugh at yourself. I know I sure do, more often than I should probably admit.A recent case in point was last weekend at the annual Pork in the Park event, which we figured we would try out after years of hearing about it.After getting a bite… Read more »
Derowen Cutchin, a third grade student at Worcester Preparatory School, was the national winner in the Daughters of the American Colonists Create a Colonial Stamp 2009 Contest. With Derowen are, from left, Celeste Bunting, Head of the Lower School; Lenore Huffer, Daughters of the American Colonists representative; Thomas Cutchin, Derowen’s father; and Rebecca Tittermary, her… Read more »
The second grade enrichment class at Ocean City Elementary School recently finished reading “Flat Stanley.” Each child created their own Stanley and then he was sent to a friend or relative. Pictured, from left, are Alex Bean, Kaitlyn Peters, Kevin Beck, Kendall Whaley, Cassidy VanVonno, Collin Eitel, Lindsay Hutchins and teacher Alice Loch.