Worcester Prep third graders Sarah Williams, who placed second, and Lexi Davis, who placed third, were recognized in the American Legion Auxiliary Americanism Essay Contest for students in Grades 3-8. This year’s essay contest topic was, “How can we address and prevent Veteran homelessness in our communities?”
Berlin Intermediate School’s sixth grade students are working together to donate needed supplies and to raise money to benefit the animals at the Worcester County Humane Society shelter. Students are competing in a Penny Race to raise money to be donated for the shelter’s 20th Annual Boardwalkin’ for Pets event on Saturday, April 20.
Annually the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City supports student leadership clubs including Berlin Intermediate School. The club received a $500 donation recently from the parent Kiwanis Club to support the BIS Builders Club, which is making 300 blankets for Diakonia, the local shelter for people in transition from homelessness to stability. Pictured, back from… Read more »
•Some 110 Worcester County area students were named to the Dean’s List at Salisbury University for the fall 2018 semester.Berlin area residents include Hailey Bianca, Zachary Bounds, Kate Carpenter, Cora Cox, Zachary Davis, Britaney Dunkle, Cassidy Eichelberger, Rachel Eure, Brianna Fleischmann, Taylor Frederick, Tesher Freng, Justine Graham, William Groome, Kelsie Hawkins, Sadie Helvig, Michael Jones,… Read more »
Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is a STREAM school, emphasizing science, technology, religion, engineering, arts and mathematics in the curriculum. Grade level and core subject teachers work alongside enrichment teachers to weave common threads within lesson plans. Fourth-grade students are pictured working on the final stages of their robotics lesson. Working with robotics gives students… Read more »
Erika Phillips’ and Jennifer Hoen’s Worcester Prep Pre-Kindergarten class invited the Lower School students to pay $1 to wear pajamas to school on Jan. 25 for a fundraiser to adopt a polar bear. The class came up with the idea to adopt a polar bear while studying bears and hibernation and reading the book, “We’re… Read more »
Optimal Performance Associates/National Field Hockey Coaches Association has named 10 Worcester Prep Varsity Field Hockey players to their National Academic Squad, of which two were also recognized as Scholar of Distinction. Honored were, from left, Hailee Arrington, Virginia Bateman, Rylie Carey, Ally Elerding, Aly Matha, Head Field Hockey Coach Katie Oxenreider, Molly McCormick, Hana Miller,… Read more »
The winners of the Berlin/Ocean City Optimist Club Art Competition have been announced. The works of arts are on display at the Worcester County Arts Council in Berlin. The competition offers a total of $1,400 in cash prizes to the student artists. Pictured, above from left, are Saylor McGuiness, honorable mention, painting, Worcester Prep; Allie… Read more »
A select group of Upper School students host their own talk shows on Worcester Prep’s radio station, “Audiograted,” which is broadcast worldwide. Under the direction of technology teacher, Nancy Raskauskas, the shows are completely run by students who manage the programming and live broadcasts before and after school.