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    WELCOME to Bluewater Elementary School ~ Home of the Seminoles!!! Continue to stay tuned for updated information on our school website... 

4545 Range Road, Niceville FL 32578

Dr. Connie Hall, Principal

(850) 833-4240   Fax (850) 833-4232

Office Hours: 7:45 - 3:45 


Upcoming Events At Bluewater




Parent Star 2014.pdf




June 23-16------------Abrakadoodle  Art Room 9:30-12:30


July 14-17-------------Abrakadoodle  Art Room 9:30-12:30


July 15-----------------KG PreScreening Media Center 8:15-3:00


July 28-31------------------Young Rembrandts Summer Class-  9:00- 11:30  Art Room





The Library at Bluewater Elementary will be open during the Summer on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays starting Tuesday, June 17th until Thursday, August 7 from 10 AM to 2 PM. For more information, please visit the following link. 


Media Center Summer Hours_0.doc


FCAT 2.0 Resources    Understanding FCAT 2.0 Reports, Spring 2014    FCAT 2.0 Media Packet Release, June 2014  FCAT 2.0 Content Focus Reports for 2014




Thank you! 




Thanks so much to Pack 553 for adopting Bluewater Elementary and providing Veterans Day decorations in front of our school. 
For pictures, please vist the link below.  


Young Rembrants 

Summer camp _onlinenroll_Bluewater 3-5-13 BW.pdf


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The start of the school year is an ideal time to remind military families that students can get free personalized online tutoring and homework help from live experts 24/7 at
With tutors available to help them any time, any day in all core K-12 subjects, military students of all skill levels can achieve success this school year.
All K-12 children in National Guard, Reserve and Active Duty Military families are eligible to receive one-to-one academic support 24/7 in math, science, English and more, regardless of the service member’s branch or deployment status. for U.S. Military Families provides this service at no cost to K-12 military children through funding by the Department of Defense MWR Library Program, the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program and the Navy General Library Program.
Here are some ideas for ensuring grades K-12 students in military families take full advantage of this valuable academic benefit:

  1. Encourage students to create an account and connect to a tutor today at offers a safety net for students by providing expert on-demand help 24/7 in more than 16 subjects, including algebra, physics, history, grammar and essay writing, plus AP classes and test prep. Whenever they have questions, students can get step-by-step homework help or they can ask a tutor to just proofread their work.
  1. Remind students about To Go, our mobile application that allows students to have tutoring sessions using their smart phone, iPod Touch, iPad and other Internet-enabled mobile devices. If you’re not familiar with the app—which is very popular among teenage students--watch this brief video at
  1. Show students how quick and easy it is to get free and anonymous tutoring. A brief introductory video is available at For light-hearted student-made videos about, visit, search for “tutordotcom” and then look for movies posted by “FSHISD.”
  1. Inform parents and school staff about for U.S. Military Families in newsletters, emails, meetings and back-to-school events. Ready-to-use resources, including newsletter articles and program fact sheets, are available at Student success stories can be shared via

If you need any additional information or would like tips on how to talk about for U.S. Military Families, please let me know. I can be reached at We offer free webinars and demos, and are always happy to answer any questions.  
For our latest news, connect to us via Facebook ( and Twitter ( and visit our blog (
Thank you for supporting military-connected students by spreading the word about for U.S. Military Families.
Meg Sauvé
Client Services Manager Military & Federal Programs / USMC Veteran

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Bluewater earns another A!

Bluewater Elementary has earned an A rating from the Florida Department of Education. 

FLDOE has graded schools on an A-F scale since 1999, offering parents, teachers, students and taxpayers a simple and effective way to see how well their schools are doing. This year's school grades were calculated using more rigorous standards and higher achievement levels. As a result, only 43% of elementary and middle schools in the state of Florida earned an A rating, compared to 58% last year. Bluewater Elementary continues to rise to the challenge of meeting more rigorous standards for educating our students.






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