Stephen Decatur High School seniors Nevaeh Steward and Thelma Gault check out the driving activities with the Arrive Alive tour as part of the pre-Prom safety activities sponsored by the Students Against Destructive Decisions group.
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.
Ocean City Elementary School recently held its annual Worcester County Humane Society Care for Pets Drive. This year OCES students, faculty and staff raised $477 in addition to numerous donations of supplies. Pictured are third graders Giabella Abruzzo, Trevor Lehman, Melany Delgado, Henry Kemp, Wyatt Scrimgeour and Delaynie Kerrigan.
The Knights of Columbus, Bishop Burke Council, recently sponsored their annual Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest for eighth-grade students at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School. The topic for the essay is, “How does my family show our Catholic faith in action?” Pictured, from left, are Robert Oliver, third place finisher Sandra Pawlowska, second place writer Julia… Read more »
The universal language of math was celebrated during the Stephen Decatur High School Mu Alpha Theta induction ceremony on April 9 where 32 students were inducted into the honor society. Pictured, from left, are Mu Alpha Theta honor society officers Danielle Munn, Kailey Andrews, Ian Albert, Kevin Beck, Logan Townsend and Ivy Stearn preparing to host the… Read more »
In the Stephen Decatur High School business department, it was ladies first with the foursome of Sydney Boger, Morelia Camacho-Arriola, Julianna Fohner and Madi Lawrence earning third in the state in the Maryland Econ Challenge sponsored by the Maryland Council on Economic Education. The group was also one of the highest ranking all-female teams in state history…. Read more »