Mikayla Dischinger, third grade at Ocean City Elementary School, recently earned first place recognition in the Worcester County Science Fair for non-experimental individual with her “Suction Cups Go Wild”.
In the first-grade non-experimental individual category, Quinn Ebaugh, 7, of West Ocean City, won first place for his human digestive system, which featured a digestive system made from tubing as well as a comic book.
Mrs. Biscoe’s first grade students at Ocean City Elementary School won first place in their category at the Worcester County Science Fair on April 11. The team’s work was called “Stop The Erosion Explosion.” Pictured, from left, are Michael Mareno, Frank Nanna and Krystal Hitchens.
Second grade students in Mrs. Shockley-Lynch’s class at Snow Hill Elementary School (SHES) recently took part in a presentation by Bonnie Bloxom, a nurse at Atlantic General Hospital. Bloxom visited the class to provide a lesson about germs. Her presentation included sharing daily healthy habits including proper hand washing techniques. Bloxom is the grandmother of… Read more »
State of Maryland high school winners in the Young Authors’ Competition for 2007 included three representatives from the Eastern Shore Reading Council. All are students at Worcester Preparatory School. Pictured, from left, are Parker McIntosh, Berlin, Grade 10 Short Story; Megan O’Donnell, Ocean City, Grade 9 Short Story; and Julia Robinson, Rehoboth Beach, Grade 12… Read more »
Students from Worcester and Somerset counties recently inducted into the Alpha Nu Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Wor-Wic Community College are, from left, Christopher Barrett, Kathryn Danner, Virginia Gray, Melanie Metzger and Beth Reid of Berlin. Back, from left, are Joe Colantuoni, Stefanie Minemier and Melissa Olson of Ocean City and Lauren Lubben… Read more »
Grilling with a spatula in one hand, a beer in anotherMeeting a deadline with no sweatPeople who make me laughA big fish tank in a restaurantThick, soft towelsIgnoring the fads of the dayThe first grass cut of the yearA quiet day with no problemsThe weird things on the beach after a stormHomemade soup for lunchWhen… Read more »
Watching Siamese kittens playingIroning and listening to operaWatching ferns reappear in the sprin Looking at our daughter and son-in-law’s wedding picturesArranging a favorite vase with fresh flowersAnticipating an old friends visitWatching my husband build a fireSeeing birds in my feedersCooking for people I loveReading Steve’s Things I Like column — Bonnie Wise
Rachel Slotter and Devin Frederick , students at Stephen Decatur Middle School, have won the 2007 Ocean City-Berlin Optimist Oratorical Contest. The students will compete in the Optimist Zone contest, to be held at the Wicomico Board of Education Building, in Salisbury. Local top finishers, pictured from left, are Slotter, first place; Emma Richardson, second;… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School held its Annual Science Fair recently. Pre-kindergarten through fourth grade students entered more than 150 projects in both the experimental and non-experimental categories. The fair was a great success, with many projects traveling to Snow Hill Middle School to compete in the Worcester County Science Fair. Pictured here are Ryan Strennen… Read more »