Education

A.C. Moore Elementary honor roll – Fourth nine weeks
Third grade all A’s honor roll Nichira Soleil Anderson, Jimmy Katrell Craft, Jalyn Xaveyon James, Imari Ann Lemon, Felicity BettyAnne Lynn, Raelynn Leona-Faith Manac, Robert Eugene Smith, Elizabeth Lyann Sutton, Ronta Deandrea Watson Jr., Kayleigh Abigail Young. Third grade A/B honor roll Cleo Bolar IV, Christian Blake Bradley, Jeremiah Armon Brown, Shemecca Latoya Brown, Christian Keshun Burks, Latabitha Lashay Burt, Angel Cimone Crenshaw, Sara Renee Embley, Le’A Denise Finklea, Zyriah…
Rachel Patterson Elementary School honor roll – Fourth nine-week grading period
Mrs. Tucker All S: Kazion Bartholomew, Khloe Brown, Keaton Bush, Tunyannia Cooper, Alexa Hardy, Glenn Salter, Tykeria Wiggins, Kendrick Williams Mrs. Harris All S: Zoe Brown, Terry Hardy, Jaliya Hazley, Cameron Henderson, Camron Lucas, Kniyah Reynolds, Kingson Wang, Kendall Watkins Mrs. Beasley All S: Braylen America, Lawerence Arnold, Tristian Brown, Khalani Cooper, Zerean Dafney, Cameron Gamble, Kamarion Kelly, Jabryan Ramer, Kayden Riley, Zamariea Robinson, Shiloh Thomas, Mayliah Wilson Mrs. Brewton…
School year wraps up at ECMS
Escambia County Middle School wrapped up the year with the eighth-grade Honors Day program on the last day of school Thursday, May 25. While numerous awards were presented, two of the top awards went to one student – Breanna McGowan. She received the Leadership Award and the Highest GPA Award. The end of school was bitter-sweet for Principal Debbie Bolden who is finishing her first year at the school. Following…
Reid State graduation held
Reid State Technical College held its 2017 Commencement on May 12, 2017 at 6 p.m. in the Wiley Salter Auditorium.  David Walters, Alabama Community College System Adult Education Director, was the guest speaker. Graduates from Escambia County are shown, from left, Tara Jones, Polly Suggs, Erica Smith, Tiffany Roberson, Kelly Johnson, Breanna Lee, Mable Thomas and Jasmine Craft.
Reader Leaders at Perdido School
Eighteen students in first through sixth grade were recognized at Perdido School’s Elementary Awards Day program. These students were the top Accelerated Reader (AR) point earners for their respective grade levels, while maintaining a minimum 85 percent overall comprehension rate on all quizzes taken throughout the school year.