Gavin Chiles turns 12 this month and has already attended 14 schools.
His family hasn’t moved an abnormal number of times; schools have simply turned him away, saying they didn’t have the programs needed to best educate Gavin.
As another hot Florida summer comes to a close, Navarre High School seniors broke out their paint brushes the week before school started to personalize their own parking spaces.
It’s the first time seniors at the school have been allowed to customize their own spots. In past years, students were simply assigned a parking space number.
Situps and pushups as a group. Tug of war. Learning to walk in unison on a pair of boards across grassy terrain.
Those were some of the challenges the incoming Navarre Navy Junior ROTC cadets faced on the opening day of the battalion’s summer drill camp at the high school.
East Bay K-8 opened their doors to rising first through fourth graders and their families June 22 for a “sneak peek” of the new school.
Furniture arrived earlier that day so cardboard boxes filled parts of the cafeteria and media center, but parents and students didn’t seem to care. Children were eager to take a look inside their new school where they would be spending years to come. Teachers greeted them Tuesday night with welcoming, warm voices.
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