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Oct 20, 2021

Navarre High’s Greg Boozer humbled by recognition as teacher of the year

Greg Boozer is usually the one helping to count the votes for Teacher of the Year at Navarre High, but he wasn’t in that role this year after being nominated for the honor for the first time in his career.

Oct 12, 2021

Navarre students surprised with $1,500 grants

Two students from Navarre High School were surprised with $1,500 grants on behalf of the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System (GCOOS) and presented by Dr. Karen Barber, Superintendent of Santa Rosa County Schools. The grants are part of a $1 million grant funded by Shell and the National Science Foundation.

Oct 12, 2021

Teenager remains calm during chaos, helps save bus driver

Emily Jones, an eighth grader at Avalon Middle School, was riding the bus home down U.S. Highway 90 on a Sept. 17, when her bus driver, Roberta Temple, started feeling tightness in her chest.

Oct 12, 2021

School district asks for feedback for five-year strategic plan

Santa Rosa County School District is starting to develop its five-year strategic plan and officials are looking for input from the community.

Oct 12, 2021

COVID guidelines revised for second nine weeks

With the decline in active COVID cases, Santa Rosa County District Schools adjusted their health guidelines for the second nine-week period which began Oct. 11.

Oct 12, 2021

Coastline Christian Academy honored in national contest

Gulf Breeze’s Coastline Christian Academy has finished in third place in a nationwide #YearbookHero contest. First grade teacher and co-editor of the yearbook Alabanza Loera-Gracia was nominated by another teacher for balancing her responsibilities as a teacher, teaching Spanish to her first-grade students, holding multiple other jobs and still being a driving force to preserve the important stories of the year in the school’s yearbook.

Oct 6, 2021

Sixth graders build and test bridges for stability

It’s not every day that you build a bridge with popsicle sticks in science class. Recently, East Bay K-8 sixth graders did just that.

“The students were given the task to build a prototype bridge (engineering & design) that would be used to connect two cities together that was separated by a river, and was 50 kilometers apart,” East Bay K-8 Earth/Space Science teacher Joseph D. Pritchard said.


Oct 5, 2021

It’s never too late to graduate: Santa Rosa Adult School guides students to success

“I will graduate, I will succeed” is the motto at Santa Rosa Adult School (SRAS) and it’s read over the speakers every morning during announcements on ITV.

Sep 27, 2021

Builders association scholarship winners announced

The winners of Home Builders Association of West Florida’s Tradesmen Education Council Construction Scholarship for 2021-2022 have been announced.

Sep 25, 2021

New K-8 school growing already

Seven weeks into its first semester open, East Bay K-8 is thriving and growing.
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