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The Dauphin Island Sea Lab helped the Pelican’s Nest celebrate the winners of the Alabama Species Initiative awareness contest on Wednesday, July 28. The winners for each grade were on campus from … more
As part of the So. Much. Summer. series, The Wharf and Birmingham-based Buffalo Rock – Pepsi announced a $10,000 donation to Alabama Credit Union’s Secret Meals for Hungry Children … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — When Robertsdale Elementary School opens classes on Wednesday, Aug. 11, there will be a lot of new faces, including several new teachers and a new principal Angie … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama – Bay Minette Elementary School teacher D’natia Kennedy found a productive way to keep busy during a recent battle with Covid. Determined to not waste away the time, … more
Gulf Shores City Schools announced that face masks will be required on school campuses effective Monday, Aug. 9. The first day of school for students is Aug. 11. Gulf Shores City Schools made the … more
PENSACOLA, Florida — On Wednesday, July 21, Pen Air Federal Credit Union presented the Baldwin County Education Coalition with a check worth $9,621.36 courtesy of the Share … more
ELBERTA – St. Benedict Catholic School is now known on the world stage thanks to students Lauren Wood and Lauren Baird who placed 10th in their division at the VEX IQ World Tournament. The VEX IQ … more
On Wednesday, Aug. 11, over 31,000 students will head back to school in Baldwin County. Whether they travel by bus, car or foot that adds a lot of traffic to the local early morning … more
On Wednesday, Aug. 11, over 31,000 students will head back to school in Baldwin County. Whether they travel by bus, car or foot that adds a lot of traffic to the local early morning … more
Pensacola, Florida — On Wednesday, July 21, Pen Air Federal Credit Union presented the Baldwin County Education Coalition with a check worth $9,621.36 courtesy of the Share It® program. “Pen … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama -- The Baldwin County High School Tiger Band has battled soaring temperatures and sporadic thunderstorms to learn this year's half-time show performance. The talented students … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — After facing a challenging year in 2020, the Robertsdale High School Golden Bear Marching Band is taking “The Path Less Traveled” into the 2021-22 performance … more
Coastal Alabama Community College is dedicating $8 million in CARES Act funds to help students continue their education through the Coastal Cares Grant program. All registered students are eligible … more
Bike helmets were given out to kindergarten and first grade students at the Youth Rotary Youth Club in Fairhope. School Resource Officers spent the afternoon talking to kids about bike safety and, … more
Students at Fairhope Educational Enrichment Foundation Summer Camp learned about robots. The students designed their own robot using the engineering design process. They also learned about the Mobile … more
High schools across the area, including Gulf Shores High, were damaged by a group vandals last week. On Wednesday, July 7, officials discovered that high schools in Foley, Fairhope, Daphne, … more
The Gulf Shores City Board of Education is pleased to announce a revision to the employee leave policy to add parental leave for all full-time employees. Dr. Matt Akin, Superintendent of Gulf … more
  ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Robertsdale High School Jr. ROTC recently completed another successful year and is ready to take on the challenges of a new season, said Commander Frank … more
Orange Beach Elementary students will have a new principal greeting them upon their return from summer break. Mary Catherine Law comes to Orange Beach Elementary from Robertsdale Elementary where … more
Gulf Shores City Schools is excited to announce Dr. Alicia Early as the new principal of Gulf Shores Elementary School. Early comes to Gulf Shores after serving as principal of Robertsdale Elementary … more
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