Education

Perdido E/M School reaches out to help some of their own
Students at Perdido Elementary / Middle School wanted to be involved in helping some of their own – Gulf Shores Middle and High School, after the horrific accident involving band members from both schools during the Mardi Gras holidays. The Perdido students had of course seen the tragedy as it unfolded on the news and were concerned about those involved. Many had questions after the Mardi Gras break and wanted…
A.C. Moore honor roll – Third nine week grading period
Third grade A honor roll: Nichira Soleil Anderson, Zyriah Armani Finklea, Amarion Lemon, Imari Ann Lemon, Raelynn Leona-Faith Manac, Elizabeth Lyann Sutton, Ronta Deandrea Watson, Jr, Kayleigh Abigail Young. A/B honor roll: Cleo Bolar, IV, Christian Blake Bradley, Jeremiah Armon Brown, Kydajah Emir Brown, Christian Keshun Burks, Latabitha Lashay Burt, Jimmy Katrell Craft, Angel Cimone Crenshaw, Sara Renee Embley, Le’A Denise Finklea, Trinity Arrayah Gray, Shamaia Sharai Hall, Shyanne Marie…
EA holds open house
  The Escambia Academy administration and faculty opened the schoolhouse doors Thursday, March 9, and invited the community inside. The school’s open house provided an opportunity for families who might be considering the school to get an up close and personal look. But as it turned out, it was also a celebration of sorts by the administration and by the teachers in the classrooms. Headmaster Wade Heigle addressed the assembly…
RP Star Students
These Rachel Patterson Elementary students were named Star Students for March. They are, from left, front, Gabriel Zundel, Madison McCants, La’Stareya Hudson, Tristian Johnson, Amari Lambert, Nicholas Sasser, Keaton Bush, Brayden Jones; middle, Kaydence Popejoy, Ariana Rager, Destiny Dailey, Jay’Quavious Moye, Omani McCorvey, Alayshia Payne, Donzell Lyons, Cleria McCants; back, Nicholas Warren, D’Evion Simmons, Maria Manzano, Kaliyah McCants, A’Laya Young, Ray’Veion Wiggins, Darre’a Spencer.
ECHS hosts College and Career Fair
From Southern Pine and LifeFlight on the school grounds to college and agency reps in the gym, Escambia County High School’s College and Career Fair gave students a broad spectrum of opportunities. The fair was held Friday, March 10, for students in grades nine through 12. Representatives were on hand to give information and answer questions. The following vendors participated: AIDT Maritime Air National Guard Alabama National Guard Atmore Fire…