In celebration of Homecoming and all of the spirited activities, the Stephen Decatur High School senior class officers led the class of 2019 in the annual themed pep rally walkout, which was “Welcome to the Jungle” this year. Senior class officers, pictured from left, are Hannah Johnson, Halle Friedman, Orre Omer and President Allison Jones.
Worcester Prep varsity girls fall sports award winners were, front from left, Abby Reynolds (JV Volleyball Coaches Award), Ava Gerachis (JV Volleyball Most Improved), Jenna Elrick (JV Volleyball MVP), Hailee Arrington (Varsity Field Hockey MVP), Virginia Bateman (Varsity Field Hockey Coaches Award) and Kat McCormick (Varsity Field Hockey Most Improved); and, back, Hailey Merritt (Varsity… Read more »
During the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 2, Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School celebrated Red Ribbon Week, a national campaign to raise drug awareness. Students focused on pledging to say no to unhealthy choices and yes to healthy ones. In grades third-eighth, Theresa Gabbard, school counselor, discussed how to use refusal skills for peer pressure and… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School senior Michelle Hernandez was named the Worcester County Youth Volunteer of the Year at the Volunteer Spirit of Worcester County Awards Dinner in August. Hernandez was also recognized at the recent Stephen Decatur High School Presidential Service Awards ceremony. Hernandez is a member of the volunteer group, Connections and the National… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School recently celebrated Red Ribbon Week, an alcohol, tobacco and drug prevention awareness campaign observed annually in the United States. Each day, students, faculty and staff had the opportunity to show their school spirit by dressing in a fun theme. Monday’s theme was “I mustache you not to do drugs.” Pictured are… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School junior Brianna Wesche, pictured with Principal Tom Sites, was recently commended for her outstanding participation in the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists in Boston, Mass. During her time at the Academy, Wesche attended conferences with Nobel Prize winners, observed live surgeries, and networked with students from all over the… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School students Ryan Boyle, Maeve Donahue, Alex Bean, Allison Hunter and Jude Al-Hamad received the Presidential Service Gold Award during the annual Presidential Awards ceremony on Oct. 18. To receive this distinction, students must have completed at least 250 volunteer hours during a calendar year. Overall, 63 sophomores, juniors, and seniors were… Read more »
Each year during Fire Prevention Week, the Ocean City Fire Department sponsors a poster contest for grades Pre-K to three and an essay contest for fourth grade students. This year’s theme was “Look, Listen, Beware, Fire Can Happen Anywhere.” Pictured with members of the fire department are this year’s contest winners from Ocean City Elementary School. Submitted Photos