Surprise endings to movies A tall glass of sweet tea with lots of ice Waking up before the baby French dip subs My son’s long eyelashesA package on the front porchWhen a live person answers the phoneHeadache medicine that works A good back scratch Reading old newspapersCreative pumpkin carvings
Students in Mrs. Pantone’s ELL (English Language Learners) class at Berlin Intermediate School had their first opportunity to participate in Halloween activities. All four students are new to the country and speak little or no English. The students painted pumpkins and then decorated them with various art supplies. Above are Raul Garcia Gomez, Sky Adelhardt,Mrs. Pantone, Guadalupe Garcia Gomez… Read more »
The Snow Hill Volunteer Fire Department visited Snow Hill Elementary School during National Fire Safety Week. Fire fighters gave fire safety lessons and showed the students equipment used to fight fires. Fire fighter Glenn Smith is shown here with first graders Rodney Gibson and Darnell Cannon.
New inductees to Worcester Prep’s Charles R. Jenkins Chapter of the National Honor Society are, first row from left, Mike Guerrieri, Christina Vosters, Lauren Price, Katie Marshall, Zoe Kulina, Paige Spangler and Manali Patel; second row, Molly Dickerson, Victoria Purnell, Elizabeth Twilley, Betsy Desmarais, Laura Breslau, Polly Macnab, Mary Hudson, Bethany Frick, Caitlin Miller, Austin… Read more »
In conjunction with Red Ribbon Week, Cedar Chapel Special School students participated in various activities aimed at resisting drugs and alcohol. Students and staff wore red, had an ice cream party and pledged to “Say No” by signing their name on a banner. Shown here are Gabriella Mulatu, Charlie DiPaolo, Isaiah Foreman and Bryce Wise… Read more »
Emmanuel Bautista, Hannah Adkins, Mrs. Custodio, Evan Heim, Brianna Leuders and Bridgette Wesche celebrated Red Ribbon Week at Berlin Intermediate School by wearing hats on “Hats Off to being Drug Free” day. G.Second-grade students from Ocean City Elementary School enjoyed a puppet show presented by “Kids on the Block”. The students learned about bullying and school… Read more »
Halloween was a fun time in Worcester Prep’s pre-kindergarten class. With teacher Jeanie Mancini, Ocean City, are, front, Batman Henry Hershey, tiger Mary Claire Mathias, Butterfly Hannah Brasure, flamingo AnnaMarie Buas; back, bride Sumira Sehgal, policeman Alex Bunting and shark Jarrett Sofronski.
Students from the Random Acts of Kindness Club at Worcester Preparatory School display the blankets they made for wounded American soldiers. Above, holding up one of their blankets, front, are Hannah Showell and Madison O’Malley, and, back, Zak Hoshino, Ryan Nally, Billy Brittingham, Daniel Rosa, Jack Pedigo and Alex Scott. Submitted Photos
There are moments when you just have to laugh when it comes to raising a child. It’s one of the blessings of being a parent, and I have learned early on in this adventure that a sense of humor can go a long way in dealing with some of the strange events that take place… Read more »
Watching taped shows on the DVRThat gas prices are almost reasonableCrown molding in a room One of my son’s big yawns A low-scoring college football game Chicken and dumplings The movie, ‘Run Fatboy Run’ A few remaining leaves hanging on a bare tree Saturday Night Live’s political skitsMovies featuring ‘80s classic songsA glass of wine… Read more »