Title I Family Night April 4

Picture of student holding hands labeled "home" and "school". Title "Title One Family Night; Partnering 4 Progress" Bubble: Learn how to prepare your student for success? Character with arrow pointing to it; Meet Snargg!. Date: Thursday April 4th, 5:30 - 7 p.m. Free Dinner Provided by Scholastic Education; Location: Bruner Middle School; 322 Holmes Blvd NW, Fort Walton Beach

The Okaloosa School District Title I team and families are Partnering 4 Progress, and we hope your family will be there, too! Join us at Bruner Middle School Thursday, April 4, from 5:30 - 7 p.m. for a free dinner (provided by Scholastic Education) and learn how to prepare your student for success. 

SAC meeting April 16

Next SAC meeting April 16

Mary Esther Elementary's next SAC meeting will be Tuesday, April 16 at 7:45 a.m. in the media center. The February meeting was adjourned without a vote due to too few members, and will reconvene to discuss how to spend funds allotted to the school. All members please plan to attend.

Healthy Schools

The April Healthy Schools newsletter can be found here.

Climate Survey

Three text "bubbles" on green with white writing reads "Your" one blue with white writing says "Voice" one purple with white writing says "Matters!"

The climate survey is available online, and we encourage parents and guardians to give their feedback about Mary Esther Elementary School. Go to www.okaloosaschools.com website; under the Parents/Students tab, select Parent Portal. You will need your student's number (can be found on student report cards). Put in your student's number and use the last four digits of that number as the pin. We hope to have at least 100 surveys completed.

Volunteer Orientation

We Want You ... to Volunteer!

Apply now for free or reduced lunch

Apply now for free or reduced lunch and breakfast for your Mary Esther students. Use the link below for a quick and easy application process. Students who have the opportunity for nutritious meals are more prepared to meet the challenges of the school day. Based on the percentage of students who receive free and reduced lunch, each school earns federal Title I funding.

Charging for School Meals

School Meal Charge Guidelines

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  • Link to Students page
  • Link to Teachers page
  • Link to Parents Page
  • Link to ClassLink

Link to Volunteer Application