Stephen Decatur’s Connections

On weekdays, The Brilliant Boys and Girls Club, a branch of Stephen Decatur’s Connections, is giving back to the community by mentoring second and third graders at Buckingham Elementary. Above, Stephen Decatur senior Keith Spangler helps two students with their reading.

Things I Like

Things I Like

That people put televisions in their bathroomsThe beach at Siesta Keys in FloridaThat Cracker Barrel serves breakfast all dayA surprising phone callThe daffodils of early springReading this paper online while on vacationSpecial events in BerlinHigh school lacrosse gamesThat Curry guy from DavidsonThe aura of a ballpark on baseball’s Opening DayThe smell of the year’s first… Read more »

Worcester Preparatory School

Tamara T. Scott, Temperanceville, presented Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Essay Contest Awards to two Worcester Preparatory School students, Autumn Dailey, Grade 10, and Riddhi Sanwal, Grade 8. Above, from left, are Dailey, Scott, Sanwal, and, back, Nancy Decker, head of the Upper School, Dr. Fred Spurlock, head of the Middle School; and Dr…. Read more »

Ocean City Elementary School

Wendy Macrides’ first grade class at Ocean City Elementary School read to save the rainforest. Students read 100 books, many of which were about the animals and habitats of the rainforest, to save 100 acres of South American rainforest through Scholastic’s Classrooms Care. Pictured are Alyssa Richie, Connor Carpenter, John Adams and Abby Jager.

Snow Hill Middle School

Liberty Day is a non-partisan, non-profit volunteer effort to educate Americans about the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. Liberty Day was celebrated at schools across the country on March 14.  Above, Board of Education member Donnie Shockley, on behalf of the Snow Hill Lions Club and the Ruritans, distributes booklets to Snow Hill Middle School eighth… Read more »

Things I Like

Things I Like

The movie ‘The Great Debaters’Being passed while going 75 mph on I-95The green tea at PaneraWatching kids scatter around at Easter egg huntsThose warm days that make spring seem so nearA dark-haired man with a gray beardShopping for new furnitureWell-behaved children in a restaurantSimon on American IdolDriving with the sunroof open in MarchCatching all the… Read more »

Carmella’s Kids Preschool Students

Attached is a picture of Carmella’s Kids Preschool Students who collected, built and worked hard to construct an igloo out of 200 milk jugs! Pictured students are: Skylar Mahoney, Brady Parcells, Jocelyn Berzonski, Daniel Ridenour and Nicolas Vinogradov.  Carmella’s Kids learning center is located in Berlin. Great Job Students!