On Oct. 25, Pensacola State College students took to the stage in Jan Savage’s honors theatre class at Navarre High School to perform a 30 minute version of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor.
The performance is part of six shows PSC is doing across Escambia and Santa Rosa County under the banner of the ‘Shakespearience Caravan.’ All six shows are at high schools.
Each year, West Navarre Intermediate School hosts a family STEAM night to help engage students and their parents in some of the concepts being taught in school.
On Tues., Oct. 25, West Navarre Intermediate held a special Halloween themed STEAM night called ‘STEAM isn’t Scary.’
Sports are exciting enough, but when you add the roar of a crowd, they can become magical.
Student sections play a significant role in raising school spirit and creating a one-of-a-kind atmosphere at high school sports events. Sometimes they can even impact a game through homefield advantage.
Most people take for granted their ability to see but imagine what life would be like without vision. For the students at Oriole Beach Elementary School, they had that opportunity.
On Fri., Oct. 14, Oriole Beach Elementary hosted White Cane Day, which featured all sorts of activities related to life as a blind person.
If you were lucky enough to have your grandparents in your life, you probably remember them teaching you things or just being there for you as you grew up.
That model of helping to raise kids is being translated to area schools in the form of the foster grandparent program.
Kada Beihl knows people who have battled suicidal thoughts, which is why being a part of the Hope Squad at Navarre High School means a little more to the Raider senior.
Beihl wants students to know that she and others like her in the Hope Squad are here to help if they need it.
When you walk into Dan Schmitt’s classroom at Holley Navarre Middle School, you immediately notice the rather large screens that dot the front portion of the room.
These screens are not meant to show movies or videos, but to help connect students dozens of miles away.
When you walk into Dan Schmitt’s classroom at Holley Navarre Middle School, you immediately notice the rather large screens that dot the front portion of the room. These screens are not meant to show movies or videos, but to help connect students dozens of miles away.
For many years, if you were a student who wanted to take a certain class that wasn’t offered at your school, then you were simply out of luck. But with broadcast classrooms, Santa Rosa County District Schools has given students that chance.
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