Education

ECHS grads coming back to help students
Free ACT workshop set News Staff Report With more students entering college, admission is getting tougher than ever. Escambia County High School is helping students gain an advantage by offering a free ACT Prep workshop. Save the date – Saturday, February 16, 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., at ECHS on South Presley Street. Lunch will be provided. What makes this unique is that two ECHS alumni are coming back to…
Perdido celebrates 100 days
Special to Atmore News Perdido School students are 100 days smarter! Pre-K, kindergarten, and first grade students celebrated the 100th day of school through a variety of activities including dressing as 100-year-olds, popping 100 balloons, putting 100 pieces of confetti on cupcakes, making wishes for 100 of something, and hunting for 100 Hershey Kisses in the classroom. They even made a 100th-day snack that had 10 pieces of 10 different…
RP Star Students
The Rachel Patterson Elementary School Star Students for January are, from left, first row, Zoey Young, Keontae Wiggins, Trinity Ephraim, TyJustice Wiggins, Hezekiah George, Lakota Rager, Tymiyah McKenzie, Kyra James, Ahmod Neal; middle, NyHeem Finklea, Leland Holland, Stefano Ramieri, Tatyana McCants, MaKenzie George, Jeffrey Gentry, Skylee Brooks, Aria Pate, LaStareya Hudson; back, Christian Brown, Tristian Johnson, Adrianna Cooper, JaDeveon McCants, Thomarrian Shamberger, Aden Swindle, Krystina Chatman, Alayshia Payne, Isaiah Johnson.…
Perdido students visit Exploreum
Special to Atmore News Project Jubilee students at Perdido School wrapped up their unit on China with a visit to the Gulf Coast Exploreum’s Genghis Khan exhibit. Students experienced what life was like in 13th century Mongolia. They saw tents, battle gear, and festival masks from the time period. Live performers from Mongolia played traditional music and danced while wearing traditional festival masks. Genghis Khan amassed the greatest land empire…