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April 24
WTHS Fund Raiser for SKILLS USA, FFA & FBLA - 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. QUARTER AUCTION
May 3
5th Annual Worcester Tech Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show - May 3, 2014
May 26
WTHS Memorial Day School Closed May 26, 2014
June 12
WTHS Students have Half Day

Question of the Day

The Official SAT Question of the Day for Thursday, April 24

Part or all of the following sentence is underlined; beneath the sentence are five ways of phrasing the underlined material. Select the option that produces the best sentence. If you think the original phrasing produces a better sentence than any of the alternatives, select choice A.  

For both his shorter and longer works of fiction, Gabriel García Márquez achieves the rare feat of being accessible to the common reader while satisfying the most demanding of sophisticated critics.

  1. click to choose answer A  For both his shorter and longer
  2. click to choose answer B  For both his shorter, and in his longer,
  3. click to choose answer C  In both his shorter and his longer
  4. click to choose answer D  Both in his shorter and his longer
  5. click to choose answer E  Both his shorter and longer

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Town Hall Meeting: Underage Binge Drinking the Topic for a Town Hall Type Meeting at Stephen Decatur High School

Underage Binge Drinking the Topic for a Town Hall Type Meeting at Stephen Decatur High School Contacts: Worcester County Health Dept. Marty Pusey, M.Ed. - 410.632.0056 Email: Marty.pusey@maryland.gov Worcester County Public Schools Barbara Witherow WHAT: The Worcester County Health Department is partnering with Stephen Decatur High School and the SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) Club to hold an informational meeting for parents, youth, and concerned citizens to discuss the issue of underage binge drinking. This is being described as a Town Hall Meeting. Prevalence data will be reviewed, a viewing of a video about hosting parties at home, resource information shared, and an open discussion. A light meal will be served. WHEN: Monday, May 5, 2014 6:00 – 8:00 pm WHERE: Stephen Decatur High School cafeteria WHO: Parents, youth, and community stakeholders are invited to attend. This is being coordinated by the Worcester County Health Department, Worcester County Public Schools including Stephen Decatur High School and their SADD Club in cooperation with the SPF (Strategic Prevention Framework) Process Team (a sub-committee of the Worcester County Drug and Alcohol Council). WHY: A needs assessment was conducted by the SPF Process Team where it became clear that Worcester County had a high prevalence of binge drinking of alcohol strategic plan has been developed to address these concerns; however, it was felt that the parents, youth, and the community should be informed and involved in developing solutions. With prom, graduation, and summer season break looming, it is a good time to raise awareness and engage stakeholders in order to prevent the negative consequences that can result from underage youth using and over consuming alcohol.