The Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented Worcester Preparatory School with a flag that flew over the United States Capitol and will now fly over the school campus in Berlin. Showing the flag are DAR historic essay winners, front from left, Alexa Conaway, Seaford; Meredith Soule´, Ocean City; Ashley Foreman,… Read more »
“Today’s Choices Shape My Future” was the topic that shaped the 2008 Optimist International Essay Contest. Winners of the competition were honored at the March meeting of the Ocean City/Berlin Optimist Club held at the Carousel in Ocean City. Bob Russell, Berlin, chairman of the competition presented awards. Pictured are, from left, Sue Wangel; Michelle… Read more »
When the truth is obviousCommercials featuring petsThe Worcester-Decatur lax rivalryA median full of daffodilsIgnoring a ringing telephoneWatching a squirrel do tree acrobaticsA thick chocolate milk shakePeople who are ‘green’ and don’t brag about itLooking forward to ‘May’s Flowers’Salmon on top of a saladWhen a lie is obvious
Buckingham Elementary School honored their Students of The Month for March. Above, fourth grade honorees are Emily Lampman, Hannah Davis, Tyrese Milbourne and Breona Baker. Other winners not pictured were first graders Erica Webb, Cashmere Murph, Itssi Sanchez, Sha’Kayla Fooks and Janiah Johnson; second graders Francisco Palacio, Rachel Prengaman, Nyaire Purnell and Jayla Harmon; and… Read more »
Alyson Hartman, center, Ocean Pines, was honored as the Eighth Grade Student of the Year at the Elks Americanism Awards Ceremony in Ocean City. With Hartman is Addie Yeager, Chairman, Americanism Committee, left, and Lowell Rockwell, Exalted Ruler of the Ocean City Elks Lodge #2645. Hartman is a student at Worcester Preparatory School.
First graders at Showell Elementary are gearing up for a night at a Delmarva Shorebirds game. Any youngster who reads four books earns two free tickets and gets to walk onto the infield for pre-game festivities carrying the school’s ‘Hit the Books’ banner. Holding Showell’s banner are: Carmen Piper, Gabrielle Suplee, Rachel Haskell, Noah Shaffer… Read more »
Musician Hal Trapkin recently presented his show, “Percussion Discussion,” to students at Berlin Intermediate School. His dynamic and exciting show had the students clapping along as Trapkin presented the history of percussion instruments. His performance was part of BIS’s Art Immersion program and was funded in part by the Maryland State Arts Council/Arts in Education… Read more »
The Jazz group from Stephen Decatur High School played at last week’s Women’s History Luncheon, sponsored by the Worcester County Commission for Women. Above, with teacher JD Foell are Sophie Gault, Jesse Taylor on drums, Glenn Brown, Chris Engel and Mike Kelly.
On weekdays, The Brilliant Boys and Girls Club, a branch of Stephen Decatur’s Connections, is giving back to the community by mentoring second and third graders at Buckingham Elementary. Above, Stephen Decatur senior Keith Spangler helps two students with their reading.
In preparation for several weeks of state testing, students at Berlin Intermediate School recently “rocked out.” Students and staff members dressed up as rock stars to “rock on” and show their school spirit. Pictured, above from left, are Jordan Henderson, Mrs. Fiori, Brianna Carpenter, Mrs. Fraschetti and Jake Gaddis.