• First Priority
    FIRST PRIORITY

    Sponsor: Mr. Mykel Williams

    First Priority is a non-denominational gathering of students leading in prayer and bible study. They meet every Wednesday morning before school in the Library Loft. There is not “membership” and everyone is welcome to attend.
     

    Meet Your At The Pole Day

    First Priority along with other members of the student body met at the flag pole before school to pray for our school and our nation on "See You At The Pole Day." 

    First Priority is a non-denominational gathering of students leading in prayer and bible study. They meet every Wednesday morning before school in the Library Loft. There is not “membership” and everyone is welcome to attend.

    First Priority

    First Priority Sponsors and Leaders

    Fairhope Middle School’s First Priority Club has a yearly outreach project. This year, the First Priority leaders decided to raise money during the Holidays for St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Their goal was to raise $1,000 , and the club raised $1,046.75.

    First Priority Leaders: Murphy Creel, Coleman White,Eva-Grace Morgan, Sarah-Claire Stejskal, and Bryce Ivy

    First Priority Teacher Sponsors: Mrs. Lisa Cadwell and Mr. Mykel Williams

    First Priority is a teacher sponsored, student lead Fellowship. The club meets Wednesday mornings before the start of the school day . The Mission of First priority Alabama chapter is “ The Hope of Christ in Every Student” The Vision is, “ Uniting the local body of Christ with a plan of action to influence the school with the Gospel”

    St. Jude Research Hospital, located in Memphis, Tennessee, is one of the world's premier pediatric cancer research centers. Its mission is to find cures for children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. St. Jude Hospital is unlike any other hospital, the majority of their funding comes from individual contributions, thanks to generous donors, families never receive a bill from St. Jude.

    To get more information about First Priority, please visit www.Firstpriorityal.com

    To find ways you can help St. Jude Children’s Hospital, please visit www.st.Jude.org

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