Rachel Prengamen, Sierra Parker and McKenzie Gaynor enjoyed making “Marshmallow Toes” in Mrs. Williams’ classroom to explain the importance of hallway respectful behavior at Buckingham Elementary School.
Dr. Steve Rorke and Buckingham Elementary fourth grade students Daniel Scott and Ethan Call are pictured working on a class project.
Berlin Intermediate sixth graders add watercolor techniques to line drawings of their shoes in Visual Arts class with Mrs. Jolley. Above, Jeremy Giordiano, Melanie Engle, Shane Moore and Danielle Kobin work on perfecting their painting techniques.
Dominique Kunciw, a senior at Worcester Prep, has been notified that she is one of the 2009 National Merit® Scholarship semifinalists. To be considered for a National Merit Scholarship, students must score at top levels on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test and then fulfill requirements to qualify for Finalist status. Approximately… Read more »
Berlin Intermediate School recently chose the first student of the day for its “All About Attitude” program and fifth grader Hillary Jarman was awarded the honor. Each day a student at BIS is honored by being chosen as “Student of the Day.” This student has exhibited a great attitude and behaved in an outstanding way…. Read more »
In one of his first assignments since being back in school, Ocean City Elementary School fourth-grader Carl Echols enjoys working with his teacher, Kristin Rorke, on an “All About Me” project.
With backpacks full and ready for a new school year, Berlin Intermediate School students Brandon McKenzie, Joey Dukes, Clarke McDonough and Sean Corcoran head from the buses to start the day.
An “All about Attitude” pep rally was held at Berlin Intermediate School to get everyone in the right attitude about a terrific new school year. Talents were displayed by teachers and staff and the Stephen Decatur High School cheerleaders got everyone in the spirit with some special BIS cheers. Above, sixth-graders Craig Snyder, Matt LeCompte… Read more »
At Buckingham Elementary School, teacher Jennifer Lewandowski is pictured working with first-grade student Claire Merritt.
“Is he sleeping through the night yet?”It’s a question I have been asked a lot lately from people I know and others who apparently recognize me from that mug shot above. In my first rambling in this space, I wrote about being sleep deprived. With a newborn, the fact is rest is not something parents… Read more »