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Black History program at ECMS
News Staff Report Songs, poems, a skit and an address by the president of the state’s largest historically black college highlighted the annual Black History Month program at Escambia County Middle School last week. Kyleigh Everett welcomed her fellow students, the handful of parents who attended and the guests; Stephen Williams read the school’s mission statement, and Paul Martin led the gathering in the Pledge of Allegiance prior to the…
Threat to ECMS
Juveniles arrested for posting intent to harm By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer Two juveniles were taken into custody last week in connection with threats posted on a social media outlet against several Escambia County Middle School students and an ECMS administrator. One of the juveniles was arrested February 27, the other surrendered to sheriff’s officers the next day. Alabama law does not allow for publication of the names of…
ECMS students continue to shine in Imagine Math
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer A large group of Escambia County Middle School students gathered last Friday, January 17, in the school gym for a rare occasion that is rapidly becoming more common. Nearly 200 ECMS fourth, fifth and sixth graders were assembled for one purpose, to congratulate themselves (again) on a job well done. For the third year in a row, the local children knuckled down and buckled…