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Three promoted within Santa Rosa School District

May 17, 2024
The Santa Rosa School District voted to promote three individuals to new leadership positions during Monday night’s meeting, which also opens up two principal positions for the 2024-2025 school year.

Warren Stevens has been named the district’s new director of continuous improvement; Mandy King, the coordinator of literacy; and Nadia Colin, public information and family/community outreach office.

King Middle School places top 50 in national quiz bowl tournament

May 15, 2024
Rosemont, Illinois — On the weekend of Saturday, May 11, Martin Luther King Middle School joined 159 of the top middle school quiz bowl teams at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare Chicago for the 2024 Middle School National Championship Tournament.

Santa Rosa County students champs at FCDI State Championship tournament

May 10, 2024
Over 650 students from all across the state of Florida competed April 20.  The competition featured multiple rounds and was about 15 hours in total.  Collectively, Santa Rosa County students at the competition brought home lots of hardware, including several students who earned top three finishes in categories such as duo interpretation, congressional debate. Oral interpretation, and varsity public forum debate.

Santa Rosa Elementary schools face off in ‘Battle of the Books’

May 3, 2024
Elementary students from 16 schools across Santa Rosa County gathered at the Santa Rosa County Auditorium in Milton on April 26 for “Battle of the Books.” Each school was represented by a team of five students. 

Elementary school corrects issue after consecutive ‘unsatisfactory’ health inspection results

May 2, 2024
An issue with a double-sided milk cooler caused Bagdad Elementary to score “unsatisfactory” on two recent inspections by the Department of Health in Santa Rosa.

Suicide prevention is Hope Squad’s mission

April 26, 2024
LaQuentin Longmire understands the toll mental health struggles can take on a person. He’s been there.

But as part of the Hope Squad at Milton High, Longmire has a chance to help others who are on the road he once traveled on.

Construction Career Days offers students hands-on experience

April 22, 2024
In recent years, the state of Florida has pushed for greater educational opportunities for trade and vocational training. On April 16 and 17, students from Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, and Walton counties were given the opportunity to go to Milton to take part in Northwest Florida Construction Career Days.

Berryhill Elementary parent recognized as statewide volunteer of year

April 12, 2024
Parents and volunteers play a pivotal role at schools. They help alleviate the needs of teachers by chaperoning, buying classroom supplies, and assisting faculty with a litany of miscellaneous tasks such as painting, arranging bulletin boards and setting up events.

Santa Rosa CTE programs, students recognized at Career Academy Awards

April 9, 2024
Teachers, students and administrators from schools across Escambia and Santa Rosa counties gathered in Pensacola to hand out awards for Career and Technical Education programs within each school district.

UWF ranks in top five nationally for Military Friendly® Schools and Military Spouse Friendly® Schools

April 4, 2024
The University of West Florida has been recognized with a 2024-2025 Top Ten Military Friendly® School designation in the large public category. In the annual rankings released on March 27, 2024, UWF ranked No. 5 and was the only Florida State University System institution to earn recognition from Military Friendly® in the large public Top Ten category.
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