Santa Rosa announces Teachers of the Year
Oriole Beach celebrates ‘White Cane Day’
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.
Foster Grandparent Program returns to Santa Rosa County
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.
Navarre High Hope Squad aims to prevent suicide, spread positivity
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.
Broadcast classrooms connect students, educators
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.
Broadcast classrooms connect students, educators from across county
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.
Navarre resident earns honorable mention forMississippi State interdisciplinary design competition
Navarre first high school in state with Anchored4Life program
Moving as a child can be a tough transition, especially if you are from a military family and have to move a lot.
With their new Anchored4Life program, Navarre High School hopes to ease the burden of that transition and provide the right foundation for students to succeed during the school year.
Julia Stapleton recalls time at Navarre High, other schools
If you went to Navarre High School at any point in time, then you are likely familiar with Julia Stapleton.
She spent the past 39 years teaching around 8,000 students. Stapleton, who is originally from Illinois, moved to Florida in 1982 and began teaching in 1983.
District lauds bus system’s success: Some parents remain concerned
Three weeks into the school year, Santa Rosa County’s new bus system is making the grade.
School board member Linda Sanborn, a retired teacher, said her former colleagues at Milton High School were thrilled with the results.