To practice coding and mastering words during Computer Science Education Week, Worcester Prep Lower School Computer teacher Mandy Lynch guided her kindergarten students on how to program directional commands with BeeBot robots to recognize and search for classmates’ names.
American Legion Post #166 Commander Sarge Garlitz, back row third from left, and other American Legion members joined Stephen Decatur High School Connections and Leo Club representatives during the fourth annual presentation of “Packages for our Troops.” SDHS students and faculty members collected various toiletries and other amenities for our military and presented them in… Read more »
Buckingham Elementary School held its 1st Annual Heavenly Hats Spirit Day on Friday, Dec. 16. For just a $1 donation, students had the privilege of wearing their favorite hats to school to positively impact the lives of those facing cancer. Buckingham’s Heavenly Hats Day, organized as a community service project by Stephen Decatur High School… Read more »
In honor of Computer Science Education Week, Dec. 5-11, Worcester Prep students participated in an Hour of Code, a global grassroots campaign that helps children understand the importance of coding and programming. Above, senior Julie Talbert of Allen and second-graders Alyson Ray and Haven Harrison work together to navigate the Wonder Dash robot during Computer… Read more »
The Stephen Decatur High School NJROTC program welcomed United States Navy Captain Jim Daniels during its annual inspection on Dec. 20. The event, which combines a formal personal inspection of uniforms and grooming with an evaluation of the understanding of Navy values, is designed to allow cadets to demonstrate what they have learned as a… Read more »
Each year students at Ocean City Elementary School participate in the Jump Rope for Heart Event to raise money for the American Heart Association. This years’ Kick-Off assembly was held and the goal for this year was announced at $30,000. Last year OCES raised more than $23,400 and the previous year raised over $26,800. Above,… Read more »
It’s the season of giving and the Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society has caught the spirit. After two months of fundraising, the organization adopted three Worcester G.O.L.D. (Giving Other Lives Dignity) families and made an annual donation of $2,000 to Believe in Tomorrow. Left, National Honor Society officers Bethany Williams, Noah Shockley, Becca Cooper… Read more »