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History Team members participating in the Regional Finals of the National History Bee in Baton Rouge were:

  • Sydney Eby
  • Rachel McCann
  • Eric Plunk
  • Maddox Rhea
  • Emma Sewell
  • Nick Sirmans
  • Cooper Weakly

Eric Plunk, Maddox Rhea, Nick Sirmans and Cooper Weakly advanced to the next round and will compete in the National Finals in Louisville, Kentucky in May.

Eric Plunk, Nick Sirmans and Cooper Weakly medaled by placing in the top ten.

And finally, ECMS’s own Nick Sirmans took first place overall in the regional tournament.

Way to go ECMS history team!!

ECMS Regional Science Fair winners pictured  from left to right: Nasim Razavi, Chloe St. Aubin, Sofia Papagni, Logan Petty, Connor Harris and Mrs. Parker

Below are their awards:

Nasim Razavi : Honorable Mention in Medicine and Health

Sophia Papagni: 3rd Place in Biochemistry

Connor Harris: 3rd Place in Engineering

Chloe St. Aubin: 3rd Place in Environmental Science

Logan Petty who earned:

  • 2nd Place in Environmental Science
  • A state bid, where he will represent Walton county in Lakeland, Florida
  • The Broadcom Masters Award where he will represent Walton County in a national competition
5th grader Brandon Specht was chosen as a winner of the Scholastic Storyworks magazine writing contest for the Nov/Dec issue. Brandon wrote an article explaining why the mantis shrimp would make an awesome super villain! Way to go, Brandon!



The Freeport Lady Bulldogs defeated Wildwood 46-36 to capture the 1A State Basketball Championship. Congratulations to all of the players, coaches, and staff on an incredible achievement!

Career Day @ FMS

February 17, 2015

Freeport Middle School hosted a Career Day on February 13,2015. Our PTO organized and executed an incredible day for our student and staff enrichment. Various local presenters shared their career experiences with students in grades 5-8. We would like to thank all of the individuals involved. Pictured is our AVID Tutor, Mrs. Angela Kennedy (retired Air Force)  along with her 8th grade AVID guide, Kelby Ragan.