Third grade students from Carolyn Mitrecic’s class at Ocean City Elementary School participated in a poetry reading. Students selected a favorite poem, practiced and performed it with props. Pictured, from left, are Krystal Hitchens, Parker Wheeler, Candy Anderson, Kevin Williams and Yarden Rafaeli.
A big bowl of hot soup on a cold dayHearing funny parenting storiesA day when the stock market is upThe smells of breakfast on a weekend morningExercising before a Thanksgiving feastA warm scarf on a windy, cold dayWatching my son jump furiouslyPulling down the Christmas decorations Movies with good young actors A blowout Ravens win… Read more »
Dr. Stephen Pavlos, a cardiologist from Peninsula Cardiology Associates in Salisbury, talked with Worcester Prep A.P. Biology classes about the variety of heart diseases he encounters in his work. Pavlos is pictured with sophomore Wes Scott, left, Lewes, and teacher Tom Westcott, Salisbury.
We look forward to the regular pediatrician appointments because each visit is memorable for different reasons.We had our six-month appointment for Beckett last week. It had been about two months since his last visit. Unfortunately, he was in store for some immunizations this time around along with the other routine examinations.What I most look forward… Read more »
Julie Biscoe’s kindergarten students at Ocean City Elementary School learned about Thanksgiving, the Pilgrims and the significance of the cornucopia. The class decided to write a Thanksgiving poem, create Thanksgiving foods, and use those foods to fill their own classroom cornucopia. Above, Jazmine Garcia, left, and Samantha Cummings look at the cornucopia they created.
Seventh grade students at Snow Hill Middle School were recently treated to a day with award-winning author Joyce Moyer Hostetter, who discussed what it takes to become a published author. With Hostetter are students Sidney Linton, Beth Bynum, Delaney Andrews, Becky Black, Kandis Kennedy, and Amirah Russell.
Snow Hill Elementary School celebrated American Education Week by inviting parents and community members to visit the school. Police Chief Kirk Daugherty is pictured with students Dorian Hobbs, Danny Shockley, Tayyab Ijaz and Chole Goddard
Members of Berlin Intermediate’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) organization traveled to the Snow Hill Volunteer Fire Department. There they met with the Worcester County Health Department and other SADD members for a day of leadership training. Above are Brooke Shelton, Rachel Stoler and TyNasia Wilson.
Stephen Decatur High School Connections Club members Olivia Turner and Erin McGuire recently organized a canned food drive for the Agape Project in Berlin. The two, who are also members of the 2009 Greene Turtle Girls Lacrosse Team, organized the food drive around the club’s annual “TurtleFest” tournament at Northside Park. The girls sent out… Read more »
The Worcester Prep girls’ soccer team honored its “Official Ball Girl” Julia D’Antonio, Grade 5, Hebron, with a signed game ball. With her are, from left, seniors Sophie Townsend, Ocean City; Erin Ternahan, Bethany Beach; and Hilary Roughton, Selbyville