Dec 16 2016
Dec 16 2016
Emerald Coast Middle School represented well at the WCSD Science Fair. We congratulate all participants and winners. We thank Mrs. Nancy Parker for her excellent support of these students. Also, we send gratitude to the Stingray families for their continued support as we continue to strive for academic excellence.
1st place: Feeling Salty, Grace Liles ECMS $100
1st Place: Formidable Frigid Magnet, Joseph Sills ECMS $100
3rd Place: Are You Blue?, Eden Kuykendall ECMS $75
3rd Place: Don’t Burst My Bubble, Pia Paval ECMS $75
Honorable Mention: Growing Greens, Keeley Mears ECMS $50
1st Place: Bio Char, Barrett Waldrop ECMS $100
Honorable Mention: Back to School Bacteria, Cody Ryles-Endres ECMS $50
3rd Place: Disinfecting Contaminated H2O, Mackenzie Petty, ECMS $75
Honorable Mention: Water World H20 + Earth, Isabella Rose ECMS $50
Honorable Mention: Heating Up!, Jessie Miller ECMS $50
Carlene Anderson Emeritus Award (in honor of David Jeselnik) – Grace Liles $100
Choctawhatchee Hemerocallis Society Botanical Award – Barrett Waldrop $50
Submitted by Angela Vance.
4th grade students in Mrs. McLaney and Mrs. Adams’ classes participated in the Pirates Christmas program on December 13, 2016. The play was about Santa and his Elves taking a well-deserved vacation from the North Pole to their “Island Christmas”. When out of nowhere Pirates come and surround them singing “Pirates All Are We”. These pirates know nothing about Christmas and end up hitching a ride with Santa to the North Pole to plunder his treasure only to find that Christmas is a time of giving, not taking. Once these pirates grasp the “true” meaning of Christmas they are able to participate in singing Blimey Carols and have A Pirates’ Christmas. Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.
Dec 15 2016
VRB Choral Students Spread a Little Cheer to the Patients of Grand Boulevard Health and Rehabilitation Center
Dec 15 2016
Mr. Marvin Tweedy’s class at WDE gets into the “Anchor’s Away” theme of the school year by building a Knex anchor, fish, and a jellyfish. They are learning to how to work as a team and follow written directions. Special thanks to Deputy Matt Key for donating the Knex blocks. Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.