Sixth grade students Jackson Vit, Finn Ramnarain, Brody Grunwald, Graham Field, Foster Smith, Hannah Allam and Abby West created posters to promote Berlin Intermediate School’s Pajama Day that will take place on Dec. 8. Students and staff are encouraged to donate a minimum of $1, or a warm pair of pajamas, or a children’s book… Read more »
Brandon Ely, general manager of Ripley’s Believe It or Not in Ocean City, honored three fourth grade students from Berlin Intermediate School. Students received a certificate and tickets to the museum. The students honored for having a positive attitude towards learning each day were Nicholas Perella, Caydence Walter and Nate Winklbauer.
The Service Learning Project at Berlin Intermediate School is a great way to teach children compassion, respect and the importance of helping others in our community. The Hammerhead Team will be supporting the Worcester County Humane Society by donating much needed materials such as food, old towels and cleaning supplies and raising money during the spring… Read more »
Students from Worcester County recently inducted into the Alpha Nu Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Wor-Wic Community College are, front from left, Samantha Hill and Stacy Nocoal Purnell, and, back, Damian Lockhart of Bishopville and Jennifer Chrzanowski, David Machado and Gina Pappas of Ocean City.
Worcester Preparatory School sixth grade students presented the play The Fairy Tale Network by John Woodard in the Athletic and Performing Arts Center on Nov. 1. Directed by teachers Linda Smith and Susan Godwin, The Fairy Tale Network was performed in front of parents and friends of the Class of 2024 and fellow Lower and… Read more »
Students from Wicomico County recently inducted into the Alpha Nu Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Wor-Wic Community College were, front from left, Crystal Wolfe, Mya Mills and Levi Christopher Murray; second row, Joshua Brown, Elissa M. Dye, Noah Michael Lawson, Gus Lebois and Ramona McFadden Ouattara; and, back from left, Katelyn McWilliams, Melanie… Read more »
Berlin Intermediate sixth grade student Yami Portela turned in sand dollars as part of the Positive Behavior Intervention Support program incentive. She spent time in Melissa Vit’s class assisting students during a fifth grade social studies webquest about the Jamestown Colony. She is pictured helping fifth grader Judah Ponds navigate through the webquest.
Fifteen Stephen Decatur High School students were recently inducted into the National English Honor Society (NEHS) this fall. The NEHS has many service campaigns including holding an annual book drive, managing the school’s writing center and partnering with local elementary schools for reading projects. Pictured, back from left, are Mia Dill, Madilyn Ortega, Jeff Helvig,… Read more »