Education

ECHS perfect attendance
Following are the Escambia County High School students who had perfect attendance for the first nine weeks. Shanice America White, Jabarie Arnold, Trenton Atchison, Jahiem Bowens, Destiny Brown, Jenia Cuenca, TyQueria Evans, Eric Ferguson, Cortez Finklea, Nadija Graves, Nyla Graves, Antonio Hardy, Brad Hastings, Kiaylah King, Desire Lattimore, Nelson Leslie, Isaiah Mason, Cierra McCants, Loryn McMurphy, Layla Moberg, Divyaben Patel, Amber Phillips, Sanaa Pleasant, Asia Rudolph, Tony Shavers, Anita Shoemaker,…
Awards for perfect attendance
Escambia County High School students have the opportunity to win a prize IF they have perfect attendance. Each month, students who qualify have their names entered into a drawing with a prize to go to a male and female student. Winners for September are Jazareia Velasquez, left, and Cortez Finklea, right, who were presented with Bluetooth speakers donated by Walmart.
ECMS to hold parent visitation day
News Staff Report Escambia County Middle School will host the Annual Statewide Parent Visitation Day Thursday, October 11. Administration and faculty will hold small informative sessions about the school. The agenda is as follows: 9:00-9:15 Welcome and Continental Breakfast 9:15-9:30 A Day At ECMS 9:30-9:45 Bullying Presentation 9:45-10:00 Importance of Attendance 10:00-10:15 What’s New At ECMS 10:15-10:30 Parent Portal Overview 10:30-10:45 Parent Survey 10:45-11:00 Questions/Concerns/Feedback 1:30-6:00 Parent-Conference In addition, the…
ECMS’ collaboration lab ‘a game-changer’
By SHERRY DIGMON News Staff Writer That’s how Escambia County Middle School Principal Debbie Bolden described the new collaboration lab recently launched at the school. At the open house Wednesday, September 19, Bolden said, “This lab is a game-changer for us.” She gave a little background on how the lab came to be. She had asked Escambia County School Assistant Superintendent Beth Drew about a collaboration lab for the school.…
ECHS offers incentives for good attendance
News Staff Report Administration and faculty at Escambia County High School are offering an incentive to encourage students to attend school which, in turn, gives them a better chance of being successful. Each month, a drawing is held for a prize to go to a male and female student. To qualify for the drawing, students must have perfect attendance for the entire month. The first winners were announced on September…