Buckingham Elementary School held its annual Muffins with Mom celebration with a turnout of more than 200 parents and guardians over two days. The event is one of many community outreach programs designed to foster and increase parent involvement. Above some unidentified parents and students are pictured.
As part of environmental awareness at Worcester Prep, students enjoyed a day dressed in greens and browns and attended assemblies targeting environmental issues. Pictured, front row from left, are Erin Ternahan, Bethany Beach; Amanda Phillips, Bethany Beach; Kristen Chandler, Salisbury; Codee Buckler, Ocean City; (back) Matt Edmunds, Ocean City; Nick Spinuzza, Ocean City; Ross Roessler,Bishopville;… Read more »
Worcester Prep students took top honors in the Daughters of the American Revolution’s Jamestown 400th Anniversary Celebration Competition, which included categories for writing and art. Winners are, from left, Riddhi Sanwal, first place State of Maryland, third place Eastern Region, Grade 7 Poetry; McKinnon de Kuyper, first place State of Maryland, Honorable Mention, Eastern Region,… Read more »
Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School in Berlin held its May Procession and “crowning” of Mary at St. John Neumann’s church. The church had recently bought a beautiful Statue of the Virgin Mary, and the Eighth Grade students adorned her with flowers. Pictured, front row from left, are Samantha Stevens, Michele Snead, Ionice Murillo, Elizabeth D’Onofrio,… Read more »
The “Bella Notte” Fashion Show at Most Blessed Sacrament (MBS) was a fun filled night for all with live entertainment by the MBS choir,a fabulous dinner by Carrabba’s served by the always festive Ocean City Knights of Columbus, and hot spring/summer fashions worn by MBS students, parents and teachers. Above, Devan Fischbeck and Gracie Riley… Read more »
Dominique Kunciw, a sophomore at Worcester Prep, recently won two more awards, one the Benjamin Peace Essay Prize and the other from the Maryland Humanities Council for its Letters about Literature competition. Kunciw was honored as the first place essay winner in the Benjamin Peace Essay Competition for students in Grades 9-12 in the State… Read more »
The lively play Lifeguard, presented to Upper and Middle school students at Worcester Prep, was directed by music teacher Dan Freed, second from left. Pictured with Freed are cast members Amanda Phillips, Georgia Speier, Ben Kern, Christian Bushnell and Tyler Hoyle.
Worcester Prep’s finalists in the Optimist Oratorical Competition for 2007 were, front from left, Emma Richardson, Hunter Harmon, Katie Marshall, Razaak Eniola and Chloe Maykrantz; back, from left, Chelsea Thaler, Hannah Esham, Christopher Potvin and Ashley Foreman.