Students from Christine William’s and Marguerite Anderson’s third grade class are pictured reading during one of Buckingham Elementary’s new enrichment programs called Read Naturally.
Worcester Prep’s sixth grade students sailed out of St. Michaels to study environmental issues facing the Chesapeake Bay. The 49 students also learned how to raise and lower sails, wash the deck and steer the beautiful ship. Above, raising the sails on the Lady Maryland are Ariella Anthony, Seaford; Sarah Freund, Whaleyville; and Alyssa Mocci,… Read more »
Showell Elementary’s second grade learned about communities by walking the Town Of Berlin and visiting the police and fire departments, the library, Taylor Museum, Atlantic Hotel, PNC Bank and Town Hall. Pictured are Ben Kolarik, Yanir Efergan, Lily Rakow and Justin Hammond holding a mock council meeting with Berlin Mayor Tom Cardinale.
Deaf performing artist Fred Michael Beam and his all-deaf dance company, the Wild Zappers, visited Worcester Prep and gave a dynamic performance for the lower school. The Zappers showed the children how they used counting, vibrations, and visual clues to dance because they couldn’t hear the music. Pictured, in front, are Maddy Shanahan, Ocean Pines,… Read more »
Reverend Anthony Pileggi, the recently ordained priest from St. John Neumann’s Parish in Ocean Pines, made a special trip to Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School to bless the pets of the students. He is pictured here with seventh-grade student Shaun Kotoski and his dog Molly.
The fifth grade students at Berlin Intermediate School were recently treated to a demonstration of Native American song and dance. Dancers from the Commission on Indian Affairs in Baltimore visited BIS to promote the idea of unity and respect for all.. Students were invited to the stage to take part in the demonstration. Above, Keith… Read more »
As part of Fire Prevention Week, the Berlin Fire Department recently visited Miss Jill’s Daycare. Pictured above are David Haines, Andrew Byrd, Cameron Gray, Natalie Canham, Jake Zolenski, Bryon Trimble, Jill Gray and Austin Trimble
The Worcester County Judy Center Partnership recently provided a free dental screening and fluoride varnish application to pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students at Snow Hill Elementary School. The screening was conducted by Chris Leo, Registered Dental Hygienist with the Lower Eastern Shore Oral Health Education & Outreach Program. The program will be conducted at all five… Read more »
The dog reading program initiated by Special Ed Teacher Liz Scott and Principal Paula Jones has begun its second year at Showell Elementary School. Therapy dogs King and Maverick, along with handlers Jack Barnes and Bill Linehan, work with the special education students in one-on-one sessions about three days each week. Pictured, first row from… Read more »
Students at Berlin Intermediate School are taught cyber-safety and keyboarding skills in Technology Education. Each term a new group of students rotate into this special area class. Pictured, front to back, are students Kevin O’Connor, Karley Snyder, Immanuel Innocenio, Rebecka Ruarke and Teressa Lathbury