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Recent data indicate that over 60% of fourth graders in the United States are reading below grade level, with performance particularly low due to the lingering effects of the pandemic. The good news? … more
The annual Dogwood Trail pageant and scholarship program is gearing up to celebrate its 64th year at the Fairhope Civic Center on Jan. 13. This year, 44 participants will compete for one of the … more
Members of the Ecor Rogue chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) gathered in the festively decorated Nix Center in Fairhope to honor Beverly Smith, the 2023 recipient of the … more
This year has proven to be quite the year for schools across Baldwin County, as the opening of the highly anticipated Baldwin Preparatory Academy draws near, Baldwin County throws its hat in the ring … more
Afterschool programs keep children safe, inspire them to learn and give working parents the peace of mind that comes with knowing their kids are supervised and learning after the school day ends. … more
The Alabama State Department of Education released its annual report cards last week to grade schools and districts across the state on everything from academic performance to career readiness from … more
Three students in the Daphne High School AFJROTC program will be soaring to new heights this summer after they were selected to receive scholarships to attend an accredited flight training program. … more
Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) Headquarters has announced the recipients of scholarships for attendance in an accredited private pilot license training program during the … more
This November, ACT, Inc. reported that the national average ACT composite score dropped to 19.5 out of a maximum score of 36 for the Class of 2023. According to data released by the testing … more
The halls of the Stapleton School echoed with acoustic melodies as the school hosted a bluegrass music assembly in collaboration with the South Alabama Bluegrass Music Association on Dec. 1. Jim … more
In the spirit of giving, students from Elberta Middle School will be sponsoring 10 children for the Elberta Police Department's angel tree program, providing them with gifts on Christmas morning. … more
Over 40 Baldwin County High School students are lending a hand this holiday season by helping to collect and sort food donations for the North Baldwin Ecumenical food pantry. Caroline Valentino, … more
LOXLEY — Gulf Coast Media was given an inside look at the construction progress of the new Baldwin Preparatory Academy, the highly anticipated career technology school scheduled to open in … more
Students in Lisa Hood's sixth grade class at Fairhope East Elementary School make their homemade volcanoes rumble with a chemical reaction during a science lesson in volcanology. more
Natalie Hodge, a graduating senior in biosystems engineering from Daphne, has been selected to lead the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering in Auburn University's fall commencement ceremonies … more
Students from various Baldwin County elementary schools were given a front row seat last week to Foley High School's production of "Charlotte's Web," connecting back to their reading curriculum … more
Several cheerleaders from Foley High School, Daphne Middle School, Daphne High School and Spanish Fort High School celebrated their Thanksgiving break at the "Happiest Place on Earth," participating … more
As technology and social media becomes more prevalent in our society, it may seem the days of handwritten notes and letters are long gone. However, Alyssa Corbitt, Elberta Middle School family and … more
Before feasting on turkey and mashed potatoes during Thanksgiving break, students at Elberta Middle School traveled back in time to ancient Greece, as they celebrated their inaugural Greek day on … more
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