At Worcester Prep, Amanda Lynch’s fourth-graders are going on a virtual safari. Their adventures in Africa will take them to exciting locations such as Victoria Falls, Table Mountain, and the Cape of Good Hope. On their journeys, the young travelers will focus not only on geography and history of the areas, but on African customs and traditions.
Shown are some of the adventurers in the Grade 4 Rondavel (from the Afrikaans word rondawel or native hut). In row four (l-r) are Sydney Lamson-Reich, Rehoboth Beach; Brooke Emeigh, Seaford; Puja Jani, Lewes; teacher Amanda Lynch, Ocean City, Md.; and Hannah Brasure, Roxana; row three, Jacob Osias, Bethany Beach (standing); Sumira Sehgal, Lewes; Kat Moore, Rehoboth Beach; Grace Baeurle, Rehoboth Beach; Marshall Mumford, Bethany Beach; Olivia Kondraschow, Dagsboro; row two, Gavin Burton, Millsboro; Brice Richins, Ocean Pines, Md.; Pranay Sanwal, Lewes; Hugh Thomas Cropper, Ocean City; Carter McCabe, Bethany Beach; row one, Aidan Hammond, Berlin, Md. (seated on desk); AnnaMarie Buas, Ocean City; Kate Conaway, Fenwick Island; Alex Bunting, Roxana; and Ayush Batra, Lewes.