ECMS students embrace A-Stem

Jashawn Finklea works on a project in the computer lab

A-STEM is the new after school enrichment program focusing on science, technology, engineering, math and the arts at Escambia County Middle School.

Students are exploring the world around them in the science lab, building model airplanes and rockets, learning the dynamics involved with archery, as well as creating a digital storybook, getting physically fit and receiving math intervention.

ECMS currently has 140 students enrolled in the A-STEM program.

From left, Marquise Kirk, Eric Payton and Lebron Hooks display their model airplanes.


Coach Barry Larkin, left, works with Shanice-America White and Carly Boutwell on archery techniques.