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This week, we are featuring three Star Students from West Navarre Primary School.
The new school being built on Elkhart Drive, one block west of Edgewood Drive, is the topic of discussion amongst many Holley by the Sea parents.
Schools are crowded and Santa Rosa County school board members agree a new school like East Bay K-8 is necessary in Navarre.
Navarre High School senior and ROTC cadet lieutenant Gabriella Rice has been a member of the school’s ROTC all four years of high school. She is the highest-ranking female in the battalion of 150 cadets, serving as operations officer and commander of the drill team.
One of the duties of the operations officer is to organize a traditional military ball every year.
As 6,000-pound wall panels were being placed on the new Santa Rosa County (SRC) courthouse behind them, county commissioner Dave Piech and other county officials recorded an educational video for SRC students.
The video was filmed Feb. 26 and included interviews with the construction workers, project managers and architects behind the courthouse construction project.
Slight revisions have been made to ease the process for students returning to school after being quarantined for a school-based COVID exposure, according to Santa Rosa Superintendent of Schools Karen Barber.
She told the school board Thursday night that students can now return to school with a negative COVID PCR test at Day 8.
On March 9, parents will have a chance to tell the Santa Rosa County School Board what they think about the proposed changes to school zones in the south end of the county.
Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services Joey Harrell can’t predict exactly what parents will say about the plan he and his staff have worked on for months.
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