Community Education

ECHS celebrates Black History Month

Monday, February 22

Escambia County High School celebrated Black History Month Monday, February 22, with hallway decorations, a live wax museum, special art displays and a door decorating contest throughout the school, highlighting African American leaders. Judges for the contest were Stephanie White, Karean Reynolds, Loumeek White and Adonis Williams. Shown are, Amy Cabaniss, principal; Stephanie Taylor, ECHS history department chair; Judge Karean Reynolds, Loumeek White, school board member; and ECHS grad Adonis Williams pose with artwork displayed in the main lobby of ECHS.
ECHS students Tyequan Valcourt, left, and Jaelon Wilson portray wax figures performing at the Apollo Theatre.