Education

Science honors society rocks Navarre High

Science honors society rocks Navarre High

The Navarre High School lunchroom was packed Saturday morning as children of all ages foamed, dissected and explored science experiments under the guidance of high school honors students. Read the full article in the March 23 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as $38 per year.

Navarre JROTC unit has strong showing at drill nationals

Navarre JROTC unit has strong showing at drill nationals

Navarre’s Navy JROTC unit traveled to Louisiana for a chance to qualify for the Navy Drill Nationals. Read the full article in the March 23 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as $38 per year.

Teacher complaints derail plan to extend school day

Teacher complaints derail plan to extend school day

A plan to extend the school day by 30 minutes next year has been put on hold because of negative reaction from teachers, Santa Rosa school Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick says. Read the full article in the March 16 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as $38 per year.

Homeschoolers dive into science at beach event

Homeschoolers dive into science at beach event

More than 100 homeschool children dipped their toes into science Friday at the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station. Read the full article in the March 16 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as $38 per year.

‘Flip-Flops and Teaching Spots’ draws hundreds of applicants

‘Flip-Flops and Teaching Spots’ draws hundreds of applicants

Santa Rosa County’s first teacher recruitment event drew more than 480 potential candidates and garnered even more on a waiting list to fill openings in Santa Rosa schools. Read the full article in the March 16 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as $38 per year.

Middle schooler honored for heroic call

Middle schooler honored for heroic call

Peyton Jones, 11, is a normal middle schooler. She attends Sims Middle School in Pace. Her favorite subjects are science and history. She has two siblings that love her dearly, 9-year-old Kate and 5-year-old Holton. Read the full article in the March 9 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as […]

Navarre reaches new height in orienteering competition

Navarre reaches new height in orienteering competition

Nicolas Kaiser had the perfect quote when asked to describe the feeling of the Navarre JROTC unit taking fourth at the national orienteering meet in the mountains of Georgia earlier this month. “Not too shabby for a bunch of beach kids,” Kaiser said. Read the full article in the March 2 issue of Navarre Press. […]

Girls empowered to pursue STEAM careers

Girls empowered to pursue STEAM careers

In scientific and mathematical fields, males out number females 4 to 1. A study published in the journal Science found that by the time girls are 6 years old, they believe males are more likely to be “really, really smart” than females. Read the full article in the March 2 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe […]

Santa Rosa seeks new teachers through hiring event

Santa Rosa seeks new teachers through hiring event

As college and university education majors flee their campuses for spring break fun, the Santa Rosa School District hopes to snag future talent through the Teaching Spots and Flip Flops teacher hiring event March 11. Read the full article in the March 2 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as […]

Navarre high students make “lapghans” for veterans

Navarre high students make “lapghans” for veterans

Navarre High School art students Pauline Reuter, Kayleigh Gilbert and Veronica Porter created “lapghans” to donate to the We Honor Veterans program at Covenant Care in Yvonne Lang’s art class. Read the full article in the Feb. 23 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as $38 per year.  

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