Education

Perdido E/S recognizes students with perfect attendance
Thirty-three students at Perdido Elementary / Middle School were recognized for their outstanding effort to have perfect attendance for the current school year. They were treated to a special field trip for a movie at Wind Creek in Atmore, followed by a pizza party in the park. Shown in no particular order are students recognized for perfect attendance. Kindergarten: Ryder Boutwell, Brody McGuff, Tyler Pimperl and Sean Presley. First grade:…
PCI recycling teams up with ECMS
The Poarch Creek Recycling Center has teamed up with the Escambia County Middle School A-STEM students in an ongoing project to reinforce the benefits to the community by recycling school trash. The recycling center donated a scale and trash storage containers to the school for the students to document the amount they recycle. Shown is student Tuari McGhee using the scale to record first pick-up of 206 pounds for the…
ECMS A-STEM students build
Escambia County Middle School Project A-STEM students designed buildings with only toothpicks and marshmallows. The winning building measured 26-1/2 inches tall and was sturdy enough to be moved. The students debriefed by creating story boards to describe the process used and how each team fixed problems with their designs. Students agreed on the winning team and also stated this was by far their favorite activity to date.
Students recognized for excellence
Middle School students at Perdido School were recently recognized for their outstanding academic and athletic performances for the 2016/2017 school year. Top academic honors went to Kloie Forbes, Valedictorian, and Madison Haddock, Salutatorian. Sixth-graders who were recognized for academic excellence were Aiden Byrd, Savannah Catrett, Corban Crocker, Kendall Few, Sarah Holt, William Jackson, Anna Parker, Sydney Vinson, Josie Williams, Annalee Barnet, Zachary Coleman, Caitland Davis, Presley Dortch, Makayla Eubanks, Nathan…
Perdido MS takes top honors
Perdido Middle School students in Ms. Gerri McDonald’s Gifted Enrichment class recently took all the first place honors in multiple economics competitions for the state. The Alabama Council on Economic Education offers students a wide variety of ways to demonstrate their talents and understanding of many areas of economics. For the Color the Concepts (which is sponsored by State Farm), students designed a poster of any of the economic concepts…