Since she began teaching in Navarre in 1990, Sandi Eubanks has seen plenty of “firsts.”
She started as an eighth-grade English teacher the year Holley Navarre Middle School opened. She was Navarre High School’s first dean and she was the first assistant principal at West Navarre Elementary School.
So when the district reopened the building that became West Navarre Primary School, it was no surprise she was named principal.
“I’ve been part of the growth and building of the schools in Navarre and it’s been a great experience,” she said following a sendoff from her teachers and students Oct. 31.
Eubanks, having already said goodbye to her students, didn’t expect to see the student body, dressed in their Halloween costumes no less, sitting quietly on the floor in the cafeteria, waiting to bid her one last farewell.
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