RPE Star Students
Rachel Patterson Elementary School’s Star Students for April were named on Thursday, May 4. They are, from left, front, Zy’Tiana Thomas, Mayliah Wilson, Andre McCullan, Zechariah Flavors, Zameriona Rivers, Yasmin Thomas, Tykeria Wiggins; middle, Demarion Dees, Donzell Lyons, Amiyah James, Xavier Culliver, Destiny Dailey, Kah’Mauriye Woods, Kearden Frye; back, Jordyn Knight, Willie Knight, Malachi Logan, Stephen Kidd, Quantay Green, Charles Thomas. Not pictured are Tunyannia Cooper and Zipporah Biggs.
Perdido School participates in battle of books
North Baldwin Battle of the Books is an annual reading competition event open to all fifth-, sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade students in the area served by Baldwin County High School. Students at participating schools read five chapter books (five sets of the required reading titles provided by a grant from the North Baldwin Coalition for Excellence in Education – NBCEE). Throughout the entire school year, students discuss and study these books…
Reader Leaders celebrate Spring Fling
On Tuesday May 2, 143 first- through sixth-grade students were invited to a day of skating and bowling, along with lunch, at the Bay Minette Recreation Complex for earning their Accelerated Reader (AR) goal points requirement with at least an 85 percent overall comprehension average. This reading is done in addition to their regular classroom academic assignments throughout the second semester of the school year so these students really go…
Contributing to the choir
First National Bank & Trust made a contribution to the Escambia County High School Choir recently. The funds were used for the choir’s trip to New York to perform at Carnegie Hall. Shown at the presentation Thursday, May 4, are from left, choir member Antonio Hardy; choir director Conrad Weber; choir members Katelyn Barron, Darriona Nichols, Imogine Flavors; FNB&T Director of Human Resources and Marketing Brandy Giger; choir member Adonis…