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Every day, the millions of Americans living with autism and their families face unique and daunting challenges that many of us will never fully appreciate. DuringNational Autism Awareness Month, we renew our commitment to better understand autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and improve the lives of individuals living with it.
Our area proudly provides support, inclusion and recreation opportunites:

TheEmerald Coast Autism Center is right here in our town!

April 26th is the 14th annual "Run for Health" supporting our localAutism Society of the Emerald Coast.


Autism Surfs
 teaches all kids on the spectrum to surf,
along with their siblings.
Upcoming camps and events all Summer. 

 

Emerge is teens with Autism who meet regularly to socialize.

Beyond Expectations offers therapy and help to those with ASD.

The City of Niceville offers Challenger baseball and soccer teams for ANY special needs.

Crestview and Gulf Breeze have sound sensitive theaters.
First Baptist will hold an IEP training on May 3rd.

Niceville Assembly and First Baptist church have members who are ready to help with inclusion.

For more information where you can get help or volunteer, contact any of these places.


 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
FOR 
2014-2015

Parents of children who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2014, are asked to register their children for 2014-2015 kindergarten during the period of March 10-20 and March 31–April 4.  School staff may not be working March 24-28 due to Spring Break.  Florida law provides that any child who will be 5 on or before September 1st is eligible for kindergarten that school year.  It is extremely important that new kindergarten students be registered beginning March 10 for the fall (August) school opening.  Classes will be formed, teachers assigned, and materials ordered on the basis of student enrollment.

Registration for kindergarten may be completed at any time during the regular school day at the school zoned for the child’s neighborhood.  To complete the registration process, parents must present proof of the child’s age (birth certificate), a Florida certificate of immunization, a social security card, and a school physical dated no later than twelve months prior to the first day of school.  Further information may be obtained by calling the schools or the School Board Administration at 850-833-4208.

SUMMER VPK REGISTRATION FOR 2014

Parents who wish to register their children for the Summer VPK Program are also requested to enroll their child at this time.  Florida law provides that any child who turned 5 on or before September 1, 2014 and is eligible to attend kindergarten in the 2014-2015 school year and did not attend VPK during the current 2013-2014 school year is eligible to attend Summer VPK. For Summer VPK enrollment, parents must provide proof of Florida residency in addition to the registration items listed above.  To register for Summer VPK, a certificate of eligibility must be obtained from Child Care Services on 107 Tupelo Avenue, FWB: Phone number 850-833-9330, or Child Care Services on 10 S. 4th Street, DeFuniak Springs: Phone number 850-892-8560.

Summer VPK sites will be Southside Center (Crestview area), and two sites in the South area, enrollment permitting: Elliott Point and Wright Elementary.  Parent transportation must be provided for Summer VPK students.  Further information for Summer VPK enrollment may be obtained by calling Ms. Gloria Mayo, Early Learning Coalition Program Director, at 850-833-3627 or Ms. Debbie Haan at 850-689-7211.

 

Avoid the rush! Register your incoming Kindergarten student today! Registration packets are available to pick up in the front office.


We Love To Read!!!
Mr. Jackson's class makes book reports fun!
Please stop by the fourth grade hall and check out our favorite books.

 

 


 

Leadership ultimately has nothing to do with your job title. You might be adorning the highest position in the biggest corporation around, but if you can’t wield your influence beyond the immediate realm of your job description, and do so not once or twice but continuously,
then you are no leader at all.

You’re a mere corporate mortal.

Sangeeth Varghese

 


                 Eleny Hobbs, a 3rd grade student at Edge Elementary, sold her own art work at a roadside stand in her neighborhood to support the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officers “Cram the Canoe” fundraiser.   What an amazing and selfless act of generosity.   This fundraiser provides new canoes, filled with new athletic shoes and sports equipment for youth attending summer camp at the Sheriff’s Youth Ranch.  Donations can be made to any School Resource Officer.  Information about the Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranch can be found at www.youthranches.org


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 


 

DATES TO REMEMBER:

FCAT Reading 3rd-5th 4/14 & 4/15
FCAT Science 5th gr 4/16 & 4/17
Wacky Socks for CIC 4/18
Popcorn & Spirit Day 4/18
FCAT Math 3rd-5th 4/21 & 4/22
FCAT Math 5th 4/23-4/28
Early Release 5/1
B.O.G.O Book Fair 5/12-5/16
Memorial Day School closed 5/26
Last day of School 6/5

 

 

 

 
 
 

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