Linda Brown’s second graders at Ocean City Elementary School are exchanging pen-pal letters with children at Kihei Elementary School in Maui. Their teacher is Mrs. Bentley, who happens to be Brown’s daughter. Pictured, back, are Lylla Bergeman, James Bergey and Joseph Palmisano, and, front, Ronin Brooks and Ashley Conway.
Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently collected personal care and food items for the Seton Center, a multi-purpose neighborhood community center located in an area of Princess Anne. Items were delivered by the MBS Student Council on Nov. 17 when the students learned more about the Seton Center. The MBS student council includes Emily Selba,… Read more »
Julie Vorsteg’s kindergarten class at Ocean City Elementary School had many special visitors during American Education Week. Left, Artemiy Klimins works diligently for his special visitor, his mother, Iryna Hancharova. Right, Gary Johnson and his mother Mayra Guerrero work on an activity together.
Forty-nine Wor-Wic Community College students were inducted into the Alpha Nu Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa during a ceremony held recently at the college campus. The new chapter members include Megan Englishmen, Linda Catherine Johnston, Katheryn Rinaldi, Anne Silva and Alexandra Tushup of Berlin, Maliyah Martel and Allison Willey of Bishopville, Ja’Onna Campbell, Savannah… Read more »
To help make the holidays a little warmer for those less fortunate in the community, the Worcester Preparatory School National Honor Society sponsored a “Pajama Drive” for the Pajama Program Eastern Shore Chapter. Scholastic Books, a partner of the Pajama Program, donated a new book to accompany each pair of the donated pajamas. Pictured, from… Read more »
Worcester Prep seventh grader, Pranay Sanwal won first place in the K-8th grade category U1000 and a second place team trophy with his WPS Chess Club team at the 2016 Delaware National Chess Day Scholastic tournament on Oct. 8. The event, sponsored by the Delaware Chess Association, was held in Wilmington, Del.
For three students from Worcester Preparatory class of 2012, Matteo Petrera, Erin Royal and Michelle Stickler, a college degree was not enough. Following graduation from their respective colleges, coincidentally they applied, and were accepted, to the same medical school, the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. On July 25, they were reunited on… Read more »
Leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday, Ocean City Elementary School pre-kindergarten students learned about Thanksgiving. They discovered how the Native Americans helped the pilgrims grow food and live off the land and how the Pilgrims showed the Native Americans how to build houses and preserve food. Teacher Grace Mitchell is pictured with her students. Submitted Photos