Marion Chambers, right, representative of the Colonial Dames, has announced that Worcester Prep students Alex Lewis (second from left), Ocean City and Jackie Wangel, Berlin, will receive a week-long, all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. to study the government first hand. With Chambers and the winners is Dr. Barry Tull, Headmaster.
Logan Figgs and Hailey Brown in Bess Cropper’s class at Ocean City Elementary are pictured using technology in the classroom. Students take tests on books they have read, make cards for special occasions, produce reports on assigned subjects, develop PowerPoint projects to present to classmates and much more.
Worcester Preparatory Lower School’s theme of “Values and Virtues” was highlighted throughout the school year as children in Preschool through Grade 5 learned about and discussed the importance of good values. The program features character education, along with manners and the social graces. One of the activities for “Values & Virtues” was Worcester’s participation in… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School held its May Students of the Month Luncheon on Thursday, May 24. One student from each class was chosen by the classroom teachers to be honored in May. The students were first graders, first row from left, Jessica Blancas-Chavez, Jesse Keen, Ismael Bonola, Emily Ramanus, Sammy Rupert; second graders, second row… Read more »
Two Worcester Prep students, sophomore Niki Kunciw, Ocean Pines, and eighth grader Billy Tyler, Berlin, were honored at the national level for their writing in the DAR’s Jamestown 400th Anniversary competition. Niki’s poem won First Place in the nation after capturing local, state, and regional honors. Billy’s essay received local, state, and regional honors and… Read more »
It was a mannerly time at the Marlin Club in West Ocean City when Worcester Prep’s Grade 2 students, their teachers and their parents met for dinner and a special presentation on civility. In addition to presenting guidelines for manners and the social graces, the 36 students treated parents to information about Worcester’s history and… Read more »
Major Mark Schramek, center, of the U.S. Air Force Intelligence spoke with seniors at Worcester Preparatory School during senior week. Schramek, an Analyst for the Director of Operations, discussed Middle East operations with the students. With the Major are, from left, Paul Schreiber, Berlin; Tom Westcott, Schramek’s brother-in-law and Worcester AP biology teacher; Greg Mark,… Read more »
Varsity Tennis Awards at Worcester Prep went to, from left, Sabrina Kunciw, Ocean City, Conference Double Champion, Varsity Girls Tennis; Melissa Choy, Rehoboth Beach, Most Improved, Varsity Girls’ Tennis; Katie Taylor, Ocean City, Coach’s Award, Varsity Girls Tennis; Trevor Mathias, Ocean City, Most Improved, Varsity Boys’ Tennis; Brittany Marshall, Dagsboro, Most Valuable Player, Conference Singles… Read more »
Students from Cedar Chapel’s Special Olympics Team recently competed in the 5th Annual Eastern Shore Spring Games/Aquatics Meet at the Holly Center in Salisbury. Students demonstrated their swimming abilities and were rewarded with gold, silver and bronze medals.
Stephen Decatur’s junior varsity baseball team recently completed an undefeated season. Pictured, top from left, are Brandon Philips, Josh Tynadall, Joey Widgeon, Chris Bunting, Kevin Engle, Kody Bradford and Rod Ewell; bottom, from left, Mike Newcomb, Chad Kail, Troy Bennett, Jared Widgeon, Brian Holloway, Will Lewis and Mike Kempa. The team was coached by Garrett… Read more »