Senior C.C. Lizas, center, is pictured with her high school mates performing “Money, Money, Money” from Mamma Mia.
Surrounded by a limited number of family and friends in socially distanced seating pods, Worcester Preparatory School hosted back-to-back live performances this month of their spring musical revue, “A Taste of Broadway,” in the Athletic and Performing Arts Center. The show was made possible thanks to the creative collaboration and determination of talented performers and… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School recently held its annual Worcester County Humane Society Care for Pets Drive. Students, faculty and staff collected $1,676 as well as many donations of cat and dog treats and toys. Pictured with some of the school’s Humane Society donations are third graders, from left, Christian Winter, Brooklyn DelliGatti, Veronica Randall, Fallon… Read more »
Jackie Selba’s eighth grade religion class at Most Blessed Sacrament participated in a Knights of Columbus essay contest with the theme, “How do I Live and Embody the Virtue of Charity?” Each student in her class submitted an essay to a panel of judges. Three essays were chosen as winners. The Knights of Columbus, Council… Read more »
Berlin Intermediate School students in Victor Hall’s Technology Education are using their iPads to learn the basics of digital photography while focusing their camera lenses on three themes (Line, Shadow and Reflection). In the final product, each student will produce an iMovie consisting of original digital photographs along with custom digital artwork images. Fifth grader Connor Calloway is shown capturing… Read more »
Berlin Intermediate School students in Diandra Bratten’s sixth grade Social Studies class have been learning about Ancient Greece. In one of their latest lessons, students combined their knowledge of the Parthenon along with their knowledge of area and volume to construct their version of the Parthenon using the Minecraft app. Above, Jayla Mitchell is working… Read more »
Sixth grade student Lexi O’Hara purchased snacks as a “Thank You” treat for the faculty and staff at Berlin Intermediate School. She had the giftbox delivered to the school as a surprise. O’Hara gave the front office notice to be expecting a package, upon its arrival a gift note from her was inside, saying, “You… Read more »
The Wicomico High School JROTC Academic Leadership Team will be one of 40 in the nation, and the only program in the state, to qualify and compete in the 2021 JROTC Academic Bowl, which will be held 18-22 June in Washington D.C. Pictured are Cadet Captain Dana Bozick, Cadet First Lieutenant Robert (Bobby) Schaller, Cadet First… Read more »