The staff and students of Cedar Chapel Special School would like to express their appreciation to all that helped to make their 2007 Bowling Tournament a success. Each year a trophy is given to the team that raises the most donations prior to the tournament. This year the first place trophy went to the team… Read more »
Nine-year-old George Eppard-Annis, a fourth-grader at Berlin Intermediate School, is shown with his mother, Shelly Eppard-Annis, an executive associate at Wor-Wic Community College, on Take Your Child to Work Day. The student spent the day on the job with his mother at Wor-Wic’s campus. The purpose of the activity is to help children discover the… Read more »
Inducted into the prestigious Cum Laude Society at Worcester Preparatory School were, from left, Melissa Choy, Rehoboth Beach; Jenna Sternberg, Seaford; Christian Coates, Berlin; Morgan Crank, Berlin; Sean Hearn, Rehoboth Beach; Charlotte Desmarais, Salisbury; and Marissa Dean, Bishopville. These students, as specified by the Cum Laude Society, are among the top academic students in the… Read more »
The sound of keyboards at work in the newsroomReading the Sunday paper outsideBuds beginning to grow on a treeGetting a good parking spot at the hospitalThat Macky’s is open againThe Boardwalk during the dog walkWinning a door prize at an eventThe flags on the Route 50 BridgeIgnoring the presidential election news for nowA teenager mowing… Read more »
The Ocean City Raven’s Roost awarded two of its 2007 Scholar/Athlete Scholarships to Worcester Prep students Brian Carey, left, Seaford, and Travis Gregory, Bishopville. Students at Stephen Decatur, Indian River and Worcester were eligible to submit applications for this $1,500 scholarship if they had a GPA of above 3.0, provided a letter from their varsity… Read more »
Buckingham Elementary School third graders recently explored the biography genre with a teacher-coordinated program that involved each student reading an autobiography, designing a biographical sketch of the figure and dressing up like the figures studied. Above two students are pictured awaiting their turn.
Mrs. Cris Kaczmarczyk, eighth grade teacher at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, recently released her list of Honor Roll students for the second trimester. Pictured, front row from left, are Michele Snead, Harbeson, Del.; Rachel Thompson, Berlin; Gabrielle Anthony, Ocean City; Cassie Horvath, Dagsboro, Del.; back row from left, Joseph Giffin, Selbyville; Leigh Anne Flounlacker,… Read more »
Berlin Intermediate fifth graders Zelene Almazon and Sammi Quilter are pictured experimenting with mixing primary colors and cake frosting in Ms. Palmer’s art class.