Another truck load departed Stephen Decatur High School loaded with donations during the week of Jan. 22. This time it was filled with toiletries for Believe in Tomorrow, thanks to senior Connections and National Honor Society member Jude Al-Hamad, who led the drive. The lot of toiletries was collected in a two-week period by the… Read more »
Thanks to the local Kiwanis Club and its donation of $500, the Stephen Decatur High School Key Club will be engaging in more exciting activities this year including sponsoring the second of two annual blood drives and attending the annual Key Club leadership conference in Washington, D.C. this spring. Pictured, back from left, are Advisor Stella… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary first grade students recently had a visit from the tooth fairy. She came to talk with the students about how to care for your teeth and some healthy eating habits to keep your teeth healthy. Pictured are students from Lauren Truitt’s class, from left, Yonathan Jasinski-Elbaz, Olivia Reddick and Anna McCormack.
Worcester Preparatory School recently presented middle school basketball sports awards at a ceremony. The seventh grade girls honorees were Ansley Gardner, MVP; Esi Mehilli, Coaches Award; and Mary Kate Barnhart, Most Improved Player. The eighth grade leaders were Linley Hill, MVP; Zoe Brafman, Coaches Award; and Thalia Vasilikos, Most Improved Player. The seventh grade boys… Read more »
The following represents a collection of press releases reporting on the achievements of local students. Moravian College named 732 students to the Dean’s Honor List for the Fall 2018 semester including Katie Boyle from Berlin. Students who carry three or more course units during the fall or spring term and attain a GPA for the… Read more »
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City sponsors Kiwanis student leadership clubs in local schools including Buckingham Elementary School. Officers for the club were installed by Kiwanis Past Lt. Governor Carolyn Dryzga last week. She also presented them with a $500 check from the parent club to assist the K-Kids programs for the year. Pictured, from… Read more »
Seventh grader Lexi Berrie of Berlin won first place in the annual Worcester Preparatory School Lower/Middle School Geography Bee on Jan. 9. Seventh grader Claire Windrow of Bishopville came in second place and eighth grader Luke Loeser of Selbyville came in third place. Pictured, from left, are Loeser, Berrie and Windrow. Submitted Photos