Escambia County Middle School

Be the Light shines light on after school program
By SHERRY DIGMON News Staff Writer Escambia County Middle School hosted their Be the Light After School program Thursday, Oct. 25. The purpose of Be the Light is two-fold – to showcase the work done in the A-STEM program and to present an opportunity for students to sign up. Be the Light is free to students and offers courses that are not available during the school day – strings, art,…
ECMS to hold parent visitation day
News Staff Report Escambia County Middle School will host the Annual Statewide Parent Visitation Day Thursday, October 11. Administration and faculty will hold small informative sessions about the school. The agenda is as follows: 9:00-9:15 Welcome and Continental Breakfast 9:15-9:30 A Day At ECMS 9:30-9:45 Bullying Presentation 9:45-10:00 Importance of Attendance 10:00-10:15 What’s New At ECMS 10:15-10:30 Parent Portal Overview 10:30-10:45 Parent Survey 10:45-11:00 Questions/Concerns/Feedback 1:30-6:00 Parent-Conference In addition, the…
ECMS student reaches math goal of 100
Escambia County Middle School fourth-grader Amarion Lemon has been working diligently since September to reach a math goal of 100 on his Imagine Learning Math lessons. ECMS uses a software program called Imagine Learning: Think Through Math. Amarion finally reached his goal of 100, on March 2. On March 5, Amarion received a medal and a ribbon for being the first student at ECMS to reach the 100 club. He ranks fourth…
ECMS artists’ work on display
Students at Escambia County Middle School recently held a school art contest. Winners were selected from various categories, and their artwork will be sent to the Escambia County Youth Art Show for display and judging. The following students will have work displayed: Ariyana Young, Alexis Hayles, and Akyrah Bradley. Two dimensional work can be viewed at the Brewton Area YMCA and three dimensional work and photography will be exhibited at the Brewton…
ECMS students celebrate Black History Month
Escambia County Middle School students danced, recited poetry and sang several standards of the Civil Rights Movement during a February 27 assembly, “Rooted in the Past; Looking Toward the Future,” in celebration of Black History Month. More than 100 guests — including Escambia County Board of Education Chairman Willie Grissett Jr., Assistant Superintendent of Education Beth Drew, Secondary Curriculum Supervisor Amy Cabaniss and Elementary Curriculum Supervisor Sandra Reid — filed…