Students from Worcester County recently inducted into the Alpha Nu Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Wor-Wic Community College were, from left, Nathaniel Elko of Ocean City, Svetlana Sadakbaeva of Pocomoke City, Morgan Schroeder of Ocean City and Verne’ Shaw-Johnson of Newark.
Salisbury University recently surprised students at four Wicomico County high schools with $1,000 Shore Scholarships. Winners included Emily Johnson, pictured, from James M. Bennett High School; Lily Travers from Mardela High School; Leanna Morris from Parkside High School; and Joam Jeannite from Wicomico High School. In all, more than 300 Wicomico County students have been… Read more »
Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School eighth graders worked together as a team with Chesapeake Housing Mission to build a handicap ramp for a Berlin resident. Chesapeake Housing Mission is in its 13th year of operation and helps families in the area who are most in need. Students are pictured with the citizen during the recent… Read more »
The Worcester Prep Garden Club stands proud of their finished product on Earth Day. Pictured, from left, are Lily Baeurle, Hannah Brasure, Anna McDonald, Brooke Emeigh, Riley Schoch, Ava Nally, Ashlyn Roselle, Jenna Hess, Annie Carter, Haris Gjikuria, Olivia Mattingly, Kathy Zhang and Amna Iqbal.XXBelow left, Junior Kathy Zhang takes a moment to smell the… Read more »
The second grade hosted a Habitat Fair for students, staff and family to attend and learn about the different places an animal makes a home, from the rainforest to polar and all the habitats in between. Following class lessons on habitats, it was the students turn to become the teacher by taking a month to… Read more »
Lynn Wrench’s fourth grade class at Ocean City Elementary created posters after researching famous Marylanders during English Language Arts.
Several Worcester Preparatory School students placed in the Shirley Hall Youth Art Show in Ocean City this year, The students were seventh grader Mia Jaoude, second place; eighth graders Elliott Windrow, third place, and Jake Campbell, honorable mention; and 11th grader Grade 11, Ava Wilsey, Honorable Mention.
The Ocean City Lioness Lions Club presented $5,000 in scholarships to five Stephen Decatur High School seniors at a recent meeting. Receiving $1,000 each were Matthew Burns, Kendall, Mary Fogle and Danielle Consigli. Not present was Emma Sperry. Pictured with the students are scholarship committee members Ashley Furbay, Michelle Bankert and Linda Oliver and club… Read more »
Kathy Huyett’s PM PreK-4 class at Ocean City Elementary recently read the story “When Spring Comes” by Kevin Henkes and learned about some of the things that happen when the seasons change. Their favorite part of the day was the April Showers Bring May Flowers culminating activity.
Worcester Preparatory School fourth grade student Anna French placed second in the state in this year’s American Legion’s Essay Contest for her division (grades three and four) after placing first in the region.