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ECMS participates in Toys for Tots
Escambia County Middle Peer Helpers sponsored Toys for Tots drive from November 12 to December 13. All homerooms were encouraged to participate. The homeroom with the most donations was rewarded a pizza party sponsored by Pastor Darryl North, Toys for Tots District Coordinator. The winning homeroom was Tyler Parker’s homeroom. News photos by Donna Fitzpatrick
Math skills add up to success for ECMS, RPES students
Students at two local schools have been — literally and figuratively — thinking through their math assignments this year, and their hard work has generated some impressive results. Based on their November success with Imagine Math’s Think Through Math curriculum, the local students claimed six of the 10 top spots in the statewide Alabama Do Math! Pay It Forward contest. Escambia County Middle School’s fourth-graders were the state’s overall winner…
ECMS family holiday night
A scheduled meeting turned into a family holiday fun night recently at Escambia County Middle School. Students in the A-STEM program were treated to an ECMS Eagles basketball game. The Eagles are undefeated this year. Then students and parents had another surprise – decorating Christmas cookies together. Sandra Reid, Escambia County Schools Elementary Education Supervisor, stopped in to visit with students and parents. Shown are, from left, first row, Ce’Azia…
ECMS students participate in bicentennial art competition
All students at Escambia County Middle School were given the opportunity to participate in the State Superintendent’s Visual Arts Exhibit and Bicentennial Celebration. The key element of the art entry is that the artwork must be related to the state of Alabama by person, place, or experience. ECMS had a schoolwide competition on November 2. The winners are Na’Layla Kidd, fourth grade; Hunter Moye, fourth grade; Marshawn Johnson, fifth grade;…