Perdido MS takes top honors
Perdido Middle School students in Ms. Gerri McDonald’s Gifted Enrichment class recently took all the first place honors in multiple economics competitions for the state. The Alabama Council on Economic Education offers students a wide variety of ways to demonstrate their talents and understanding of many areas of economics. For the Color the Concepts (which is sponsored by State Farm), students designed a poster of any of the economic concepts…
ECHS scholarships
In last week’s edition of Atmore News (May 17, 2017), we printed a list of scholarships and awards that were presented at Escambia County High School’s Class Day Friday, May 12. The list did not include all scholarships and awards, but those for which presenters were actually in attendance. Below is a comprehensive list of scholarships and awards totaling more than $4.3 million given to 68 seniors. Progressive Civic Recreational…
Turtle Point raising funds on Redbasket.org
Turtle Point Science Center in Flomaton is raising funds to renovate the boardwalk, one of the most popular parts of the center. According to Director Jackie Word, donations may be made through Redbasket.org, a nonprofit crowdfunding website made available through WoodmenLife. Your donation is tax-deductible and every penny you contribute goes directly to Turtle Point. The campaign is open for 41 more days. Following is some of the information about…
ACM Star Students
A.C. Moore Elementary School’s Star Students for May were named on Friday, May 19. They are, from left, front, Lanadrianna Johnson, Jamarion Williams, Deianne Harris, Jacob Boutwell, MyKenzie Corey, Anna Frost, Rihanna Williams, Felicity Lynn; back, Janiyah Montgomery, Zariyah Haynes, Ariyana Young, Christopher Defee, Jovon Brown, Chloe Dawson.
PHD Realty awards scholarships
PHD Realty awarded two high school seniors with PHD Realty Determination scholarships recently. The scholarships were created to celebrate the efforts of high school students in the communities served by PHD Realty. Jarrett Nelson, a 2017 senior of Escambia County High School, was announced the recipient of one of two $250 scholarships on May 12, during the annual awards day ceremony. On May 15, 2017, the second recipient, Kaitlyn Richerson,…