Students in Mrs. Hill’s class at Berlin Intermediate School were surprised Dec. 11 when they were presented with a check for $1,000 from The Hertrich Automotive Group of Pocomoke City. They entered the Cash for Class contest by creating a video showing a need in the classroom. Their winnings will be used to purchase subscriptions… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School junior Cole Woodland finished first in the region and sixth in the state in the fall session of the SIFMA Foundation Stock Market Game. He netted over 17% on a virtual $100,000 investment. Woodland is pictured with Principal Tom Sites and Business and Economics Teacher Kurt Marx.
Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society members certainly presented $3,000 to Believe in Tomorrow after raising money from their annual gift card raffle fundraiser. Since 2005, the group has adopted the Believe in Tomorrow organization and has given nearly $40,000 to the charity. Pictured, from left, are Ellie Dutton, Mikayla Denault, Ella Peters, Believe in… Read more »
Worcester Prep Lower School students, from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 5, eagerly lined up Dec. 16 to visit with Santa and give gifts to those in need at Diakonia. Hundreds of gifts were donated to Diakonia’s two homeless shelters that provide emergency and transitional housing, food services and counseling for their guests. Pictured with Santa are… Read more »
Students in Faith Murray’s fourth grade class at Ocean City Elementary School constructed gingerbread houses during their geometry unit in math. They used their knowledge of area, perimeter, lines, angles and symmetry to build their houses and write about the attributes of each element. Pictured, back from left, are Ricky McFarland, Jayden Ye, Gabe Rodriguez,… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School recently performs dozens of performances of “Hansel and Gretel” through its annual Children’s Theatre production. Thousands of students from Worcester County visited the high school on field trips through their schools. Right, senior Devon Ross poses with Showell Elementary School second grader Paige Swift. Left, senior Eliza Siegel, who was the… Read more »
The Worcester Preparatory School Math Team placed third at the 36th Annual Eastern Shore High School Mathematics Competition hosted by Salisbury University Department of Mathematics and Computer Science on Nov. 14. Upper School math teacher Linda Bragg coached the three-person team consisting of seniors Eli Prushansky and Max Huber and junior Daniel Chen. The annual… Read more »