The General Levin Winder Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently recognized DAR Good Citizens from three Worcester County high schools during a luncheon at Worcester Technical High School. Recipients were McCammon Mottley, Pocomoke High School, Carley Rew, Snow Hill High School and Jude Al-Hamad, Stephen Decatur High School…. Read more »
Berlin Intermediate School students Elijah Payne, Shane McDermott, Mekei Henry, Heydein Flores and Daniel Gallo represented BIS in the Student Environmental Action Showcase at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. They received a total of $600 for their presentation placing them ninth overall among 90 regional teams. Along with the Ward Museum competition, the students… Read more »
Worcester Prep’s Junior/Senior Prom was held at the Kylan Barn in Delmar on April 13. The prom court included, from left, Senior Class Prince Cameron Hill and Senior Class Princess Kendall Whaley; Prom King Cooper Richins and Prom Queen Remy Trader; Junior Class Prince Gavin Carmody and Junior Class Princess Jordan Campbell.
Shelby Ennis’ kindergarten class at Ocean City Elementary has been studying the life cycle of a plant and the parts of a plant. Each student planted their own marigold seed and has been caring for their plant the last two weeks. Students are monitoring how their plant has changed in a journal. Pictured, from left,… Read more »
A select group of Worcester Preparatory School students were inducted to the National Art Honor Society on April 10, in the Guerrieri Library. Pictured, front row from left, are Emily Copeland, Abby Taylor, Maya Natesan, Ashley Laws, Jordan Campbell and Damiana Colley; second row, technology teacher Nancy Raskauskas, art teacher George Zaiser, Kelly Polk, Maria… Read more »
Middle school students at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School participated in a field trip to the Ocean City Center for the Arts this month. Students created ceramic bowls with ceramic artist Nancy Barnas. Sixth grade students Sophia Maskell, Lucas Nicastro, Sean McCrystal and James Walker are pictured with volunteer Bonnie Kirschbaum.