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Tag: Education

Navarre teen carries out ROTC tradition

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.

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Courthouse construction provides classroom tool

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.

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Creative teachers + math problems = food drive

Students at Holley-Navarre Intermediate School, under the direction of teachers Elizabeth Baer and Amanda Nelms, recently collected and donated 378 pounds of canned food to the Manna Food Pantry in Pensacola.

The food pantry has a great need right now due to the effects of COVID-19 and Hurricane Sally.

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Celebrating Literacy Week

Santa Rosa County School District Celebrated Literacy Week this week, with activities ranging from career and crazy hat days, to having special guests in to read to children and much more.

The theme of the week is Humanity tells a story: What’s YOUR Chapter?

Trinity Stafford dressed up for Career Day at Holley-Navarre Intermediate Monday, to match his father, who is a nurse.
Jason Monno wore a cap to celebrate the first day of Literacy Week at Holley-Navarre Primary.
Students were encouraged to read at home to get the whole family involved in literacy.