Baldwin County Public Schools
Perdido School Perdido, AL

Important Information:

The morning bell rings at 7:50am.  Any student who arrives after this time will have to check-in thru the office.  Afternoon dismissal is at 3:15pm.  We will not take a change of transportation request by phone.  Parents MUST submit any change request in writing or by fax.

Spirit Shirt Days are Tuesday and Thursday.  BCHS Shirt is every Friday

Attention Middle School Parents

The Perdido School 7th and 8th teachers want to create an email newsletter that will allow you to stay informed about class assignments, class events, and tests/quizzes. If you want to receive the 7th and 8th grade newsletter, please click here and send us your email address and your students' name and grade.



Perdido Elementary/Middle School Wins North Baldwin Chili Cook Off   
The Annual Heritage Junior Women's Club Chili Cook Off and Rotary Club Chilly Run took place at the Kid's Park in Bay Minette,...

Perdido Elementary/Middle School Welcomes New Assistant Principal   
Perdido Elementary/Middle School is excited to announce their new Assistant Principal, Mrs. Donnashele Bruister.  After...

Perdido School Students Become Official Food Taste Testers!   
Did you ever wonder how, and who determines what new food items will be added to your child’s lunch at school?  Some...

Back to School After Ice Storm for Perdido Students   
It was back to school for students in Baldwin County on Friday, after missing three days due to the winter ice storm.  Students...

Perdido School Announces the 2014 Spelling Bee Champions!   
On Tuesday January 14, 2014 Perdido School held the annual school level event of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.  Twenty-eight...
Way to go, Logan & Samantha!

Perdido Elementary Exceeds Goal in “Jump Rope for Heart”   
Elementary students in P.E. Coaches’, Mike Ebert and Zeb Hilburn’s classes, recently set a goal of raising $2,000.00...

Lottie Volunteer Fire Department Visits Perdido Elementary School’s Third Graders   
Mrs. Carolyn Whittington, volunteer fire fighter from the Lottie Volunteer Fire Department, came to Perdido Elementary School...

Perdido Third Grader has a Heart of Gold…   
It started as a thought he expressed to his Mom…He wanted to do something for homeless children. This young man, J.T....

Perdido Elementary First Graders Enjoy a Day at the Corn Maze   
First graders from Perdido Elementary had a fun filled day at the Magnolia Corn Maze, where they were able to enjoy a wide variety...

Fifth Graders Journey Through the ‘Rock Cycle’   
Fifth graders in Mrs. Jill Jones science class recently began their journey through the rock cycle with sediments that have been...

More Fun in Fifth Grade Science Classes at Perdido   
Just in time for Christmas, students in Mrs. Jill Jones sciences classes made some rather unique ornaments.  Since they...

Announcing the 2014 GEO Bee Winner at Perdido School!   
he annual Perdido School GEO Bee was held on Tuesday December 17, 2013 in the school library. After a hard fought battle among...

Guardians of the Ribbon Visit Perdido Elementary/Middle School   
Guardians of the Ribbon, dressed in pink fire suits, driving their pink fire truck, recently visited Perdido Elementary/Middle...

Third Graders at Perdido Elementary Learn About Native American Jewelry   
Just in time for Thanksgiving, third grade students in Mrs. Linda McCullough, Mrs. Laurie Myer and Mrs. Angela Lee’s classes...

Strange and Unusual Creatures Being Studied at Perdido Elementary/Middle School   
Students in Mrs. Gerri McDonald’s classes have studied some most unusual animals so far this school year.  They began...

Announcing the Perdido School 2014 GEO Bee Winner!   
The annual Perdido School GEO Bee was held on Tuesday December 17, 2013 in the school library. After a hard fought battle among...
Pictured left to right are Travis Snider school champion, and 1st Runner Up Alexa Lusk

Perdido School Iron Bowl Author and Student Winners!   
On November 19, 2013 Mr. Parker Holmes, the author of books “The Alabama Crimson Tide” and “The Auburn Tigers”...