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See what is happening in January 2019

Read a Rama Pajama Night

Please join us on January 22, 2019 for a great night of stories read by teachers dressed as storybook 

characters. PET will provide a chicken dinner, pasta salad, beans, cookie and drink. Donations gladly

accepted from 5:00pm-5:45pm. Then you will rotate to the different classrooms to hear great stories.

We will continue to rotate until 7:00pm. You will get to hear 5 different stories.  There will also be a

Scholastic's Book Fair in the Media Center from 5-7 so you may purchase some good books to read

at home. Students may wear their PJ's all day that day!

Honor Roll Assemblies 

We will have grades 2nd, 1st, and 5th grades awards assemblies on Thursday, January 17, 2019 from

8:00-10:10 am in the cafeteria. On Friday, January 18, 2019 we will hold the 4th and 3rd grade awards

assemblies from 8:00-10:10 am in the cafeteria.

Kindergarten Martin Luther King Parade 

The kindergarten will hold its annual MLK parade at 1:15 pm -1:30 pm in the hallways.

Week of January 22-25th Literacy Week

Each day of Literacy Week has a different theme.  Below is each days attire

during this week:

Tuesday, January 22nd: Pajama Day, kids may wear thier PJ's to school and to the Read a Rama Pajama


Wednesday, January 23rd: Wear a t-shirt with your favorite storybook/comic book character on it  or a

shirt that displays a school-appropriate message all your friends can read!

Thursday, January 24th: Wear your snazziest shades, since your future looks so bright with

all the reading that you're doing!

Friday, January 25th: Wear your favorite team colors/gears and cheer your way through an amazing


Report Cards will be going home with students January 17, 2019

Winter Reading Log winners lunch with Mr. Nuss

Holiday Musical

Elliott Point Chorus opens the evening with the Kindergarteners performing

                         "Christmas at the OK Corral".

Reindeer Run Winners


Girls                                                              Boys

1st Place:Chy'na Byrd                                  1st Place: Max Porterfield and Julian Barbaree (tie)

2nd Place: Addison Evans                           2nd Place: Wyatt Wooldridge

3rd Place: Andrea Rivera Joaquin               3rd Place: Kase Thompsn

First Grade

Girls                                                              Boys

1st Place: Erica Springer                              1st Place:  Anthony Scott and Astin Atherton (tie)

2nd Place: Alejandra Becerra                       2nd Place: Richard McCoy

3rd Place: Mia Betancourt                            3rd Place: Sayid Mirzalkhodjaeva

Second Grade

Girls                                                              Boys

1st Place:Taraji Byrd                                    1st Place: Landon McKuhen

2nd Place: Kailey Valencia-Williams            2nd Place: Antonio Thomas

3rd Place: Sky Arch                                     3rd Place: Isreal Fierro

Third Grade

Girls                                                             Boys

1st Place:Ashley Lazano                             1st Place: Treall Cunninhham

2nd Place: Jayla Ragsdale                          2nd Place: Jacob Salley

3rd Place:  Ileana Dinkinsi                           3rd Place: Key'son Stover         

Fourth Grade 

Girls                                                             Boys

1st Place:Peyton Dibenedetto                     1st Place: Julian Zavala

2nd Place: Ashley Buttela                            2nd Place: Daniel Calderon and Maliclhi Cowart (tie)

3rd Place: Ava Blakshear                            3rd Place: Cristopher Santeliz

Fifth Grade

Girls                                                            Boys

1st Place: Melanie Harris                           1st Place: Hunter Johnson

2nd Place: Stella Music                              2nd Place: Mario Alloway

3rd Place: Isabel Gutierirez                        3rd Place: Tristan Long




Please go to website or click on the volunteer tab on the this website 

and complete the volunteer form so that  you will be ready to be a chaperone or school volunteer.

Do not wait until the last minute as we cannot rush the process.  You cannot be

a chaperone or volunteer with out prior approval.  If you check that you want to be a coach,

mentor, or over night chaperone, those require fingerprints and takes much longer to get

approval. This all needs to be done before you can volunteer. if you have any questions,

please contact Mrs. Diamond at

Box Tops for Education

Elliott Point is kicking off a contest to see which class per grade level can collect and send in box

tops for education. Each child will be bringing home a sheet to place box tops on and return it to

school no later than January 11, 2019.  The class in each grade level with the most box tops

will be able to choose which kind of party they would like cotton candy, snow cones, or popcorn. 

Get to collecting and send back the form by January 11th..  If you have more than the 25 box

tops, please make a copy of the form or send them cut out neatly and in date in a plastic bag

attached to the form with child and teachers name on the bag.

First Graders making gingerbread houses with

parents, grandparents, and guardians.

Kindergarteners making gingerbread houses with their

parents, grandparents, guardians.

Elliott Point Elementary School Chorus 

The EP Chorus is providing holiday music to patrons of the Santa Rosa Mall on December 13, 2018.


Congratulations to Elliott Point Elementary School Staff Professional of the Year 2019

Mrs. Ard and Mr. Nuss surprising Mrs. Glenda (Boot) McGuire


Ms. Dunlap's class celebrating how many books they have read.

Mrs. Wood's class celebrating how many books they have read.



Choctaw Jazz Band entertaining Elliott Point 4th and 5th graders to some holiday tunes.



Happy Thanksgiving

Everyone enjoyed a delicious Thanksgiving Lunch at Elliott Point on November 14th.

We salute our veterans!


Mrs. Ard surprising the Teacher of the year 2019, Mrs. Alicia Duhon.

Mrs. Ard, Mr. Nuss and Teacher of the Year 2019, Mrs. Alicia Duhon.  

Stay Healthy - Read these tips!


Information in English

Information in Spanish


Key Facts

Prevent Norovirus

Clean-up Norovirus

 Math & Science Night  November 6, 2018   


                               SRO Deputy Sanchez

                       assisting with the Archery Team


Who doesn't like a good parade?

Kindergarten sure knows how to put one on.

    Labor Day 2018               

                                                               Veteran's Day 2018



We love our High Five Fridays by the Fort Walton Beach Police Departement



Look how generous our students, faculty, and staff were in support of Hurricane Michael

to assist with providing games, toys, books, coloring books, crayons and more

for one of the shelters in Panama City, Florida.



School Supply List 2018-2019

Specials Rotational Calendar·    

Check to see when your child has PE or Music.

Always wear tennis shoes to PE.


S.A.C. Meeting

in the Media Center

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Apply for Free or Reduced Lunches

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Please complete the Parent Survey for our school here!

Celebrating 50 Years!

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Warning for Families

School Resource Officer Unit

Supply Lists

School Lunch Prices





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