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Foley Elementary School teachers save co-worker’s life | fox10tv.com

August 21, 2019
Baldwin County school employee is getting a second chance at life thanks to the quick actions of some teachers and a nearby Automated External Defibrillator or AED. Custodial worker, Jerry Holley had a heart attack on the job and was unresponsive when he was found. “The right place, the right time with the right people or I wouldn’t be here. I mean, it’s just the bottom line,” Holley said about the life-changing event.
Source: Foley Elementary School teachers save co-worker's life | News | fox10tv.com
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Construction nearing completion on new Elberta High/Middle School wing | fox10tv.com

August 15, 2019
Elberta Middle and High School students having more to be excited about than just the start of the new school year, as construction begins to wrap up on the new wing of their school. The Elberta High School feeder pattern began 3 years ago, and Baldwin County Public Schools continue to add on grade levels and new classrooms to host students and teachers.
Source: Construction nearing completion on new Elberta High/Middle School wing | News | fox10tv.com
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Baldwin County to welcome 31,000 students back to school Wednesday | fox10tv.com

August 14, 2019
SPANISH FORT, Ala. (WALA)-- Dropping kids off to school tomorrow? Remember to bring your I.D., you'll need it! Rockwell Elementary principal, Robbie Owen says buzzers, equipped with video cameras, have been well received by parents since their installation last year.
Source: Baldwin County to welcome 31,000 students back to school Wednesday | News | fox10tv.com
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Baldwin County begins school year with new schools in Orange Beach – WKRG News 5

August 14, 2019
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (WKRG) — One of the fastest-growing areas of Baldwin County is near the shore. Two new schools begin classes this year in Orange Beach. The 2019-2020 school year is both a landmark and a transitional period. Two schools begin today and next year they’ll have their permanent locations ready.
Source: Baldwin County begins school year with new schools in Orange Beach – WKRG News 5
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Orange Beach schools learn to start from scratch

August 12, 2019
August 12, 2019 – Orange Beach, AL – (OBA®) – Starting from scratch means starting from scratch as administrators at the new Orange Beach schools and city officials pitching in with financial help are finding out. “None of us have ever started a school, none of them have ever started a school,” Mayor Tony Kennon said. “It was at the very best controlled chaos and it’s still chaos. You walk in and realize I don’t have trash cans and that type of thing.”
Source: Orange Beach schools learn to start from scratch
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Gulf Shores City Schools finishes last-minute preparations ahead of inaugural first day | fox10tv.com

August 09, 2019
GULF SHORES, Ala. (WALA) -- Anticipation is building in South Baldwin, as Gulf Shores City Schools gets ready to kick off its inaugural year. The first day for Gulf Shores elementary, middle, and high school students is Friday, and crews and officials are busy today putting on the finishing touches.
Source: Gulf Shores City Schools finishes last-minute preparations ahead of inaugural first day | News | fox10tv.com

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