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The WISE Center is pleased to announce their Teacher of the year, Lisa McKee (Magnet program) and ESP of the Year, Tyana Kendall (Pre-K Program). Congratulations to the these ladies!

Congratulations to Bay’s Teacher of the Year Ms Susanne Martin and Educational Support Person of the Year Ms Chloe Abney.

Ms Martin is a 4th grade teacher at Bay.  She serves as the grade level chair, STEM Team Leader on School Improvement, and is leading our schoolwide PLC this year.

Ms Abney is a member of our facilities maintenance team and always willing to lend a hand.

CONGRATULATIONS!

Submitted by Meredith Spence

Congratulations to Freeport High School Teacher of the Year, Joyce Harp, ESE teacher!

Congratulations also to Freeport High School Educational Support Professional, Michele Martin, Student Services!

Submitted by Patty Woodard

Mr. Hughes is spending a part of his Saturday with ECMS's Beta Club at E.O Wilson Biophilia Center. Service is important to our students and District. In the picture are Jocelyn, Lauren, Sydney and Madeline! We are making wreaths!

Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe

Special Guest Train Conductor, Officer Caleb Davidson, takes students in Ms. Permenter's 1st grade class at Paxton for a ride on the Polar Express!

Submitted by Rachel Yeager

Freeport Elementary instructor, Mrs. Allie Curtis, had so much fun with her classes last week during their "Book Tasting"!  The kids rotated and "tasted" 6 of this year's Sunshine State Readers list books by watching the book trailers and reading the synopsis of each title.  Submitted by Nancy Currie.

FES Book tasting

FES Book tasting

 Congratulations to the ECMS Teacher of the Year and Educational Support Professional of the Year!

Mr. Michael Howell was chosen by his peers as Emerald Coast Middle School's Teacher of the Year. 

Ms. Jenna Brabham was chosen by her peers as Emerald Coast Middle School's Educational Support Professional of the Year.

Submitted by Angela Vance

The FES Student Council recently sponsored a canned food drive to benefit a local food bank and a family that recently lost their home to a fire in Freeport.  They wanted to see which holiday character could be the most generous.  Santa, Rudolph, Frosty, The Grinch, Jack Frost, and the Elves participated in the challenge.  Over 650 canned food items were collected.  The Student Council counted the items and found that the Elves were the most generous followed closely by Santa and The Grinch! The Student Council appreciates everyone for their generosity! 

Submitted by Nancy Currie