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GECA presenting radio drama
The Greater Escambia Council for the Arts (GECA) is presenting a radio drama Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13, 7 p.m., each night. These are actually two shows – a Philip Marlowe detective show called Red Wind and one from Inner Sanctum Mysteries called The Voice on the Wire. If you’ve never seen a Foley team (sound effects) in action, you’ll enjoy that as well as the dramas. The…
Perdido MS honored at awards luncheon
Several middle school students from Perdido School were recently honored at the annual Alabama Council on Economic Education Awards Luncheon. Students from across the state who placed first in one of the various economic competitions for the year were recognized for their outstanding achievement. Parents, teachers, principals, superintendents as well as other invited guests from across the state were there to support the winners at the UAB campus. Jackson Reid,…
SROs visit Perdido Enrichment Class
Perdido Elementary / Middle School’s Resource Office Lucas Jones and his sister, Mrs. Selena Niehuss (who is also a Resource Office in Baldwin County) visited the seventh- and eighth-grade enrichment class last week. The students had recently been involved in a study of mysteries, and read The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sherlock Holmes. As a follow-up, Deputies Jones and Niehuss visited the class to talk to the students about…
Perdido E/M School students compete in state tech fair
Students from Perdido Elementary / Middle School attended the Alabama State Technology Fair held at AUM campus the end of April. Those students who placed first or second in the regional fair were eligible to compete. Traveling to Montgomery were: Fourth-graders Sidra Brown, Hope Bates, Emma Hadley, Brandon Smith, Payton Wasdin, Payge Gibson and Alex Cooper. They presented their projects in General Applications, Multi-media or hardware Robotics. Eighth-graders Lindsey Stewart,…