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Dec 12, 2022

East Bay K8 Teacher of Year is making an impact

Every teacher wants to make an impact. For Jen Sevilla, making an impact is all about being there for her students.

Dec 9, 2022

East Bay K8 art department receives $10K donation

East Bay K-8 School recently received a $10,000 donation for the school’s art department from Navarre benefactors Alan and Lindsey Song. This isn’t the first time the Songs have helped Santa Rosa District Schools.

Dec 6, 2022

Overcoming challenges reason Teacher of Year thrives

It’s no secret teaching can have its challenges. For Ronda Stacey, Holley Navarre Primary School’s teacher of the year, she has taken it upon herself to meet those challenges head on.

Nov 29, 2022

Borden discovers the classroom is where she belongs

Katherine Borden took the longer road to a career in teaching. She started out as a substitute teacher and soon knew without a doubt that this is what she wanted to do long-term.

Nov 21, 2022

Woodlawn Beach Middle competes in robotics competition

For six weeks during September, October, and November, Woodlawn Beach Middle School students met regularly to work on a project. While students working on a project at school might not be a surprise, these students weren’t just putting together a paper mache globe. They were building a robot.

Nov 14, 2022

Holley Navarre Intermediate teacher of year helped bring science lab to school

With the school year in full swing, teachers of the year have been announced. At Holley Navarre Intermediate, the teacher of the year is fifth grade teacher Brandy Brewer. She found out that her peers voted to give her this award on Oct. 4.

Nov 8, 2022

Karen Cody ‘genuinely surprised’ by teacher of the year recognition

Karen Cody wasn’t expecting to be Navarre High’s Teacher of the Year. Not when she had just won the honor a few years ago. The odds didn’t seem to lean in her favor. So, when it was announced that Cody had earned the recognition, she was caught off guard.

Nov 4, 2022

Pensacola State brings ‘Shakespearience’ to Navarre High

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.

Nov 1, 2022

West Navarre Intermediate shows ‘STEAM isn’t scary’

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.’

Oct 25, 2022

Student sections bring passion, school spirit to Friday night lights

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.

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