Schools Recognized For Helping The American Heart Association

September 11, 2019

Several Escambia County Schools were recognized by the American Heart Association Tuesday for their efforts in conducting the Kids Heart Challenge and the American Heart Challenge.

Meghan Austin,youth market director for AHA, provided awards to the top fundraising schools for 2018-2019: Holm Elementary, for raising $1,635; Molino Park Elementary, $1,701.83; Bratt Elementary, $2,449; N.B. Cook Elementary, $2,491; and Bellview Elementary on top raising $2,825. The Participation Excellence Award recognized t Beulah Elementary and Blue Angels Elementary for their participation levels.

This year’s participating schools were A.K. Suter Elementary, Bellview Elementary, Bellview Middle, Beulah Elementary, Beulah Middle, Blue Angels Elementary, Bratt Elementary, Brentwood Elementary, Byrneville Elementary, Hellen Caro Elementary, Holm Elementary, Lincoln Park Elementary, Lipscomb Elementary, McArthur Elementary, Molino Park Elementary, N.B. Cook Elementary, Oakcrest Elementary, O.J. Semmes Elementary, Pine Meadow Elementary, Ransom Middle, Warrington Elementary, and West Pensacola Elementary.

Pictured top: (L-R) Principals Melissa Groff, Bellview; Karen Hall, Bratt; Lisa Arnold, Molino Park; Terri Fina, Holm; Monica Silvers, Beulah; Jayne Murphy, Blue Angels; and Larry Knight, N.B. Cook. Photo for, click to enlarge.


2 Responses to “Schools Recognized For Helping The American Heart Association”

  1. Kathi Iannone on September 11th, 2019 12:09 pm

    Mrs. Hall was an excellent Teacher and Asst. Principal at Molino Park! There was never any doubt she would be nothing but an “Awesome” Principal. Great job!

  2. Candy Knight on September 11th, 2019 7:46 am

    WTG Molino Park! Congratulations Lisa…well deserved award!

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