Education

Perdido Middle School inducts new Beta Club members
Perdido Meddle School recently held their annual Beta Club initiation for this year’s sixth graders, and any seventh or eighth grader who was not already a member. To become a member of the National Beta Club, a student must be in good standing discipline-wise, maintain an 85 average and be recommended by the faculty and staff. This year’s officers, who led the induction ceremony are President Blakeley Norris; Vice President Natalee Presley;…
All about the solar system
Miss Michael Findley’s second grade class at Escambia Academy has been studying the solar system. Their study included projects, and students used a variety of items to illustrate what they were learning. Shown above, from left, front, Annberly Dunn, Bradleigh Stinson, and Macie McGhee; back, Kate Davis, Ivey Donaldson, and Hallie Emmons. Shown below are, from left, front, AJ Hollinger and Warner Maxwell; back, Will Strawbridge, Danny Doerr, Grant Sasser,…
Perdido MS student recognized by Baldwin County BOE
Jackson Reid, Perdido Middle School seventh grader, was recognized at the recent Baldwin County School Board meeting as being the MVP for his Scholars Bowl team. Jackson was captain of the ‘A’ team, which consisted of team members Dustin Snow, Drew Turner, Madison Haddock, Braxton Scarborough and Damian Singleton. Additional students who competed on the ‘B’ team were Captain Justin Brunson, Ayden Scarborough, Natalee Presley, Tristan Allen, Reese White and…
Doolittle needs help to attend medical leaders congress
Brooke Doolittle, a sophomore at Escambia County High School, has the opportunity to be a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Lowell, Mass., June 25-27. Although she has been raising money, she is still shy of her goal and time is getting short. Her GoFundMe account – Sending Broke to Harvard – is up and running. Several past and current educators have stepped up to donate. The…
ACH Auxiliary offers scholarship
Atmore Community Hospital Auxiliary is offering scholarships to individuals pursuing studies in a medical-related field. Students must be currently enrolled in a healthcare program and must have completed at least one year at an accredited school. Graduate students will also be considered. Previous applicants may reapply. Students must live in the Atmore, Walnut Hill, Flomaton area. Applications may be picked up at Atmore Community Hospital Gift Shop or may be…