BIS “Dolphin Team” Make Flapjacks

As part of their unit on fractions in math and in connection with the book “Tuck Everlasting” that is being read in Language Arts, Berlin Intermediate students on the sixth grade Dolphin Team adjusted a recipe for “Flapjacks” and enjoyed their tasty creations. Above, from left, are students Savannah Maddox, Trent Lindenberger, Jordan Klebe, and… Read more »

Worcester Prep Students Honored as Maryland Distinguished Scholars

Worcester Preparatory School students honored as Maryland Distinguished Scholars are, front from left, Katie Twilley, Honorable Mention; Dominique Kunciw, Semi-Finalist; Alexandra Lewis, Honorable Mention; back, Andrew Canakis, Honorable Mention; Ross Roessler, Finalist; Parker McIntosh, Honorable Mention; and Ivan Zorn, Honorable Mention. With them is Dr. Barry W. Tull, Headmaster.

“Walk Your Child Safely to School” program takes first steps at Buckingham

Buckingham Elementary School and the Worcester County Health Department have implemented a new program at school called “Walk Your Child Safely To School.” During Joan Martins Physical Education classes, students will walk for the first 10 minutes. This program is to encourage students the importance of physical activity. Above, the fourth grade academy is pictured… Read more »

Students Volunteer at Diakonia

Teacher Jamie Bartlett’s government class at Stephen Decatur High School is earning service learning credits by doing volunteer work at Diakonia. Above, Diakonia volunteer coordinator Susan Blaney, left, is pictured with students Anna Priest, Brianna Bassett, Jeffrey Freeman, Kasha Postley and Katie Blosveren. Submitted Photos

Decatur Students speak at RWWC function

Two local students, Jacob Mitrecic, a senior at Stephen Decatur High School, and Zack Keiser, an eighth-grader at Stephen Decatur Middle School, recently gave speeches at the Republican Women of Worcester County (RWWC) function. Pictured, from left, RWWC President Ann Lutz, Mitrecic, Keiser and Irene Ruscigno, first-vice president

Teachers help non-English speaking students with language

Alicia Cropper, an English Second Language Teacher at Ocean City Elementary School, works with students who speak a language other than English, to acquire English through innovative vocabulary activities, socialization activities and the Maryland Voluntary State Curriculum. Pictured are Sandra Aldana-Almaguer, Brandon Campechano and Cropper.