The Tidewater School by the Sea, in Bishopville is mailing out “Flat Stanley” all over the world. To start the “World Tour” part of their curriculum, Tidewater students read the book Flat Stanley. After reading Flat Stanley, the children created their own flat “people” that will be sent out around the world to learn about foreign states, countries,… Read more »
Linda Brown’s second grade class at Ocean City Elementary School celebrated the pioneering spirit of the country’s westward movement by dressing up as pioneers and cowboys, sampling vittles and creating Conestoga wagons. Pictured are Jagger Clapsadle, Faith Engh, Abigail Crisanti, Morgan Hayman, Jude Alhamad and Reed Welton
The Tidewater School by the Sea in Bishopville’s pre-kindergarten students enjoyed their day playing in the snow this week. Above, Ben Dietz of Berlin and Sierra Smullen of Willards are all smiles for the camera.
As is the case with adults, some babies sleep on their backs, some on their stomachs and some on their sides. Beckett is now doing it all, and it’s freaking me out.Up until the last couple weeks, our little boy has always been a back sleeper with his favorite position being the one with his… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School’s Advanced Placement Art Class has been working on a stained glass project since October. A reception was held last month dedicating the new pieces that will hang above the school’s student parking lot doorways. Pictured are seniors Cori Bane, Maddy Thiel and Olivia Turner proudly showing off their dedication certificates.
Ava VanDornick and Jesus Navarette, first grade students at Ocean City Elementary School, proudly stand in front of their first place Worcester County Science Fair board, “The King of the Ice.”
Stephen Decatur High School’s Legal Interns are pictured preparing for their meet this week against Sts. Peter and Paul in Easton. Pictured above is senior class president Jake Mitrecic and sophomore Tyler Berterman.
Omar Hernandez, a sixth grade student at Berlin Intermediate School, won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee recently and a chance to win a $25,000 college scholarship. Sean Corcoran finished in second place, while Patrick Reid was the third place winner.
Worcester Prep’s SGA President Peter Buas, left, together with the members of the SGA organized fun competitions for students during after-school basketball games. With him is SGA advisor Frank Love. Buas and Love have worked together to initiate many successful SGA events and community service projects this school year.
Reading old copies of Ocean City MagazineThe sound of food fryingSmell of a new piece of furnitureListening to my son’s babble A doctor with an egoCatching the beginning of a good son on the radioA big helping of caffeine on Monday mornings Clothes from The North Face Watching the Super Bowl on a big screen… Read more »