The Stephen Decatur High School Academic Team took first place in the Eastern Shore Academic Invitational Tournament on March 6. The team coasted through competition, going undefeated and outscoring opponents 995-655. Pictured, back from left, are Charlotte Vit, Jacob Vanderwerff, Grayson Wolf and advisor Belinda Sawyer; and, front, Erin Trask, Bradley Moore, Rina Dirickson and… Read more »
Students in Mrs. Miller’s science class at Berlin Intermediate School read an article about a young girl in Africa who walks two miles just to get water for her family and the water she does get is not clean. Students became engineers and designed water filter systems to help those in need of clean drinking… Read more »
To celebrate African American History Month, the Stephen Decatur High School National English Honor Society hosted its annual African American Read-In, where students, teachers and parents had the opportunity to read and listen to excerpts from African American writers. The event is now in its third year. Above are Stephen Decatur High School National English… Read more »
The Stephen Decatur High School Surfriders organization participated in Hill Day in Washington, D.C. where they lobbied for legislation to support coastal protection and preservation. The SDHS Surfriders host several activities throughout the year that inspire environmental conservation including a grounds clean-up and a campaign to add to the list of local ocean-friendly restaurants. Pictured are… Read more »
Fifteen Wicomico County school spelling bee champions will compete in the 8th Maryland Eastern Shore Spelling Bee at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne on Saturday, March 7, for a chance to be the area’s representative at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in May. Pictured above is Austin Loar, winner from Salisbury… Read more »
The “Brainy Builders” team of Adam Szili, Nathaniel Arvi, Angela Quan, Nathan Fowler and Mac Jimmerson won second place in the Regional Destination Imagination competition at Salisbury Middle School. Teams from all over the peninsula from both Delaware and Maryland competed. The team will compete next at the state level competition.
Ocean City Elementary recently celebrated its 100th Day of School. Students completed class projects representing 100, dressed in creative ways to represent 100, collected hundreds of pennies for a charity and enjoyed 100-day songs, performances and even a hula hoop competition. Pictured, from left, are third graders Rayden Holsinger, Hugo Salas Hernandez, Rhys Thompson and Arif… Read more »
Students in the Random Acts of Kindness group at Berlin Intermediate School teamed with Gull Creek residents to collect donations for Operations We Care, which supports first responders and military troops. The students and Gull Creek residents will be filling boxes with basics needs and shipping them to troops. Submitted Photos