Sheriff’s Deputy Arthur Austin doesn’t expect recognition for his job as a school resource officer at Navarre High School.
Still, to be recognized by those he serves means something to him.
Santa Rosa Education Foundation (SREF) has announced the semifinalists for Santa Rosa Teacher of the Year.
The selection process started with 34 school nominees and has been narrowed down to the top 5.
Jeffrey Mattox and Gabe Davis spent four years basking in the glow of a spotlight that comes from playing sports. They worked hard and played hard, all for the purpose of helping the Navarre football team win on game day.
The former Raider football stars now seek out victory in life instead of on the scoreboard through their efforts of helping others far less fortunate, an effort inspired by their new-found relationship with Jesus.
The little school planted by faith in northwest Florida is growing yet again.
Lighthouse Private Christian Academy will be opening a new campus January 2021, said Head of School Joanna Johannes.
Kasie Windfelder is still in the midst of switching from her current office to the one reserved for the principal of Navarre High School.
Windfelder has only been in her new job for a week. There are boxes that still need to be moved – those are labeled and currently lined along a wall — and painting that needs to be completed before she is officially settled into the principal’s office.
The pandemic and its restrictions have made things much more difficult for seniors this year.
Here’s how a few of Navarre High School’s seniors have adapted:
For 12 years, Bill Emerson has been responsible for the curriculum and instruction of tens of thousands of pre-K to 12th-grade students across Santa Rosa County.
His job title was a mouthful: assistant superintendent for curriculum, instruction and assessment. The work was even more complex, navigating changing state standards, classrooms filled to their capacity and a shifting board of elected bosses.