HES Honorable Hornets
September’s Honorable Hornets at Huxford Elementary were rewarded this week with a special snack and a party for having a positive attitude. Positive attitude was the school’s character trait for the month. Honorable Hornets are, from left, front, Jalen Jeter, Jaylen Moye, Jonah Coon, Gracie House, Lilly Kate O’Brien, Elijah Kennedy; back, Chau Nguyen, Radyn Lambert, Payton Lambeth, Shaughnessy Rothschild, Alice Worth, Macey Jones, Brentli Richerson.
RP Star Students
The Rachel Patterson Elementary School Star Students for September are, from left, first row, Tamarian Webb, Jeremiah Dirden, Ke’Miney Davis, Jaeon Williams, Jarius Kemp, Ava Williams; second row, Kamari George, Labryson McCall, Aubree Price, Zylus Davidson, Tyler Ivery, Zaya Henderson; third row, Quartez James, Zoey Davidson, Mallory Gibson, Leland Holland, Zoey Young, Paisley Macks, Kenedi Stallworth, Nyasia Moton. Not pictured are Malayshia Packer, Kaelynn Chafin, and Royal French.
Substitute training via Zoom
Special to Atmore News The Escambia County Board of Education will host a FREE substitute personnel virtual training session Friday, October 9, 9 a.m. If you are currently on the substitute list for the school district and become a substitute teacher, teacher assistant, secretary, cafeteria worker, bus driver or custodian, you must log in to this training before you can begin subbing for the 2020-2021 school year. No one will…
First RP Star Students for the year
The Rachel Patterson Elementary School Star Students for August are, from left, front, Brayleigh Staples, Journee Pettway, Serenity King, Aiden Crenshaw, Keele Watson, Treyson House, Kammarion Nichols, Khloe Craig, Luke Barnett, Laikyn Clifton; back, Za Nyiah Simpson, Micah Crenshaw, Jakaden King, Zoryiah Bayne, Adayla Thomas, Caleb Swindle, Logan Taylor, Ma’Kayla Jones, Tymiyan McKenzie, Castophney Dailey. Not pictured are Lela Gaines, James Wilson and Aubrey Holland.
BOE sets homecoming, approves personnel
News Staff Report The county’s two public high schools will celebrate homecoming in the next few weeks. At the Escambia County Board of Education meeting Monday, September 14, Superintendent John Knott announced the dates as follows: Escambia County High School, Friday, September 25; W.S. Neal High School, Friday, October 2. The board approved the following personnel changes on Knott’s recommendation. Resignation 1. Teresa Nipper, cosmetology instructor, Escambia County High School,…