Things I Like

Cindy Wolf’s restaurants in BaltimoreIntroducing new foods to our baby“True Blood” on HBOMonday morning football highlightsVacations with friendsThe Boardwalk this time of yearA pile of orange leaves Not having a political sign in my yardWatching kids at playFresh rockfishA full fridge after grocery store run

Ocean City Elementary Honors Students of September

Ocean City Elementary School honored the September Students of the Month with a luncheon sponsored by the Ocean City-Berlin Opti-Ms. Students were treated to a lunch from Wendy’s and a special dessert. Pictured, front row, are first graders Jesus Navarrete, Roman Pabich, Natalie Piltoyan, Weston Randolph and Abigail Yesko; second row, second graders Lily Figgs,… Read more »

Students Volunteer at Diakonia

Teacher Jamie Bartlett’s government class at Stephen Decatur High School is earning service learning credits by doing volunteer work at Diakonia. Above, Diakonia volunteer coordinator Susan Blaney, left, is pictured with students Anna Priest, Brianna Bassett, Jeffrey Freeman, Kasha Postley and Katie Blosveren. Submitted Photos

Decatur Students speak at RWWC function

Two local students, Jacob Mitrecic, a senior at Stephen Decatur High School, and Zack Keiser, an eighth-grader at Stephen Decatur Middle School, recently gave speeches at the Republican Women of Worcester County (RWWC) function. Pictured, from left, RWWC President Ann Lutz, Mitrecic, Keiser and Irene Ruscigno, first-vice president

Teachers help non-English speaking students with language

Alicia Cropper, an English Second Language Teacher at Ocean City Elementary School, works with students who speak a language other than English, to acquire English through innovative vocabulary activities, socialization activities and the Maryland Voluntary State Curriculum. Pictured are Sandra Aldana-Almaguer, Brandon Campechano and Cropper.

Volunteers help Worcester County Families

Members of Stephen Decatur High School’s Connections, a volunteer organization, collected and delivered school supplies to Worcester County families through the Worcester County GOLD program. Above, senior Taylor Phillips packages notebooks and other school items for individual families.