Berlin Intermediate School student entries from the Worcester County Media Expo have been on display in the school’s media center. Parker Brittingham is pictured by some entries.
Hundreds of Stephen Decatur High School students and staff members pledged to “Say Something” during a week-long campaign to establish a more inclusive and friendly school environment. The campaign was inspired by the Sandy Hook Promise organization, whose mission is to prevent shootings, violence and other harmful acts. Pictured, back from left, are Henry Lynch,… Read more »
Mary Waegele’s second grade class at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently worked on science experiments. To visualize how air expands, students participated in an experiment to show what would happen to a balloon on a beaker when heated. Middle school science teacher Audrey Moshfeghian and second-grade teacher’s assistant Kathleen Meisten helped the class perform… Read more »
Third and fourth grade students at Ocean City Elementary attended a Willy Wonka themed MCAP pep rally on March 5. During the celebration, they shared strategies and best practices for being successful on their state assessment in April and May. In the coming weeks, students will be working hard to earn Wonka Bars and Golden Tickets… Read more »
Mrs. Woodland’s kindergarten class at Showell Elementary read “Jabari Jumps” by Gaia Cornwall. They learned about perseverance and courage through Jabari’s struggle to jump off the high diving board during swim lessons. After, students made swim goggles and talked about a time they had to find courage.
The Worcester Prep Middle School MATHCOUNTS team traveled with coaches/math teachers Kathy Fahey and Hunter Causey to Baltimore to compete in the MATHCOUNTS Regional Competition. The team placed third in their region and will now advance to the state competition at Johns Hopkins University. Three team members, sixth grader Ansh Batra, seventh grader Aleksey Klimins, and eighth grader… Read more »