Making a difference on a field trip

ECMS students arrive at ANC

News Staff Writer

It was a different kind of field trip for some students.
Friday, May 4, a group of Escambia County Middle School students arrived at Atmore Nursing Center to entertain and play games with residents. They also presented them with gifts.
The field trip was sponsored by ECMS Peer Helpers, National Junior Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, Technology Students Association and the ECMS Choir.
Student La’Asia Henderson opened the morning event with prayer, followed by selections from the ECMS Choir and a praise dance by Ayrea Barron.
Games included bingo, a coloring contest and Connect Four.
Students on the field trip were Racquel Knight, Alyssa McMillan, Kaliyah Brown, Darron Nichols, Jessica Cuenca, Xavion Gee, Ty’Queria Evans, Jykeria Wilson, Kade Fails, Shanice White, Gavyn Fails, Curtis Smith, Zakiyyah Ford, Zahria McCants, Zoe Moorer, Shermeria Sinquefield, Sasha Kidd, Ayrea Barron, Nyla Graves, Hasten Dean, Christopher Kellum, Bryson Williams, Sheldon Williams, La’Asia Henderson, Layla Moberg, Jessica McWilliams, Alex Wasden, Ciara Crenshaw, Summayah Tolbert, Tyanthony Dailey, Trenton Smith, Aniya Stots, Arlisa Jenkins, Jamiria Ikner, Anthony McCants, Deandria Adams, Gabreyel Proctor, Ava Penner, Shania Lee.

News Photo by Sherry Digmon