Okaloosa County School Board
The Okaloosa County School District serves approximately 30,000 students from pre-kindergarten to adult education. Each of our 40 schools has its own distinct characteristics while sharing the unified mission and vision of the District. The District's success stems from a strong partnership with parents, community members, educators, and students.
The School Board’s major function is to develop and adopt District policy governing many facets of school operations. The Board can adopt policy upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools and delegates implementation of those policies to the Superintendent. The Board is responsible for approval and adoption of an annual budget that provides the basis for the buildings, furnishings, staff, materials, and equipment needed to carry out all educational programs. School Board Members are elected county-wide and are responsible for the governance of all schools in the County.
School Board meetings are held on the second Monday and fourth Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. the Training Room at the School Board's Administration Complex in Niceville. A workshop session is also held on Thursday preceding the second and fourth Monday of each month beginning at 9:00 a.m., in the Training Room at the School Board's Central Administration Complex. The public is always welcome to attend these meetings.
The public is always welcome to these meetings, which are broadcast Fridays following the Monday meetings at 10:30 AM and 9:30 PM throughout the Cox Communications coverage area.
Learn more about the Okaloosa County School Board Members
- District I - Dr. Lamar White
- District 2 - Marti Gardner
- District 3 - Linda Evanchyk
- District 4 - Tim Bryant
- District 5 - Dr. Diane Kelley
- 2021 School Board Meeting Calendar
- 2020 School Board Meeting Agendas/Live Feed Links
- 2020 School Board Meeting Calendar
- School Board Meeting Live Stream
- Budget Information
- School Board Meeting Minutes/Video Archive
- School Board Policy Manual
- Capital Needs Update - March 5, 2020