September 2-Labor Day Holiday

September 3 - Fall Pictures

September 10 - Breakfast with a buddy

September 19 - Open House 5:30 -7:00 pm

October 14 - No School

October 16 - Class Pictures

November 11  No School

First SAC meeting

First SAC meeting of the year is September 24, 2019 at 3:15 in the Media Center.

There is still time to sign up... Just email LuCretia.Waskow@okaloosaschools.com.

Looking forward to seeing you there! 


Fill the School Store

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In an effort to encourage positive reinforcement Edwins will be introducing a school store in which students can buy items using “Viking Dollars” they have the opportunity to earn throughout the month.

SAC Membership

ALL Parents! Edwins' School Advisory Council (SAC) needs you! Be a part of the team that is dedicated to putting the student's needs first, works together to assess what the school needs, and identifying resources for the school.

Please join us as active participant in your child' education!

If you are interested, please send an email to Ms. Waskow at Lucretia.waskow@okaloosaschools.com

School Supply Lists 2019-2020

Edwins Junior Viking logoKindergarten


Please do not write child’s name on these school supplies:


3 Box of 16 count CRAYOLA crayons (no large crayons)

1 Box of 24 count CRAYOLA crayons (no large crayons)

12 or More glue sticks-will have to be replenished through the year

1 Pair of Fiskar scissors

We Collect Box Tops!

Box Tops will be collected at the END of each month. A flyer will go home to remind you when it's time to turn in, so save them in a ziplock bag until it's turn in day!

Picture of Box Tops Earn Cash for our school

Free & Reduced Lunch Application 2019-20

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Click the picture above to apply for the 2018-19 Free/Reduced Lunch

Reporting Misconduct

In compliance with FS 1006.061(2) - Please see the Reporting Misconduct information

Health Information

As a reminder, anytime children are in school it is “Head Lice Season.”  Please take a few minutes to check your child’s hair and scalp for live lice and nits before you send them to school.  Students cannot be at school if they have lice.

Here is a Head Lice “Fact Sheet” for your review.  

Thank you for your help in keeping our students safe at school.

Highly Qualified Teachers - OOF Notice

This is a notice to inform you that the following teachers are currently teaching out-of-field in the area of ESOL (English as a second language):
Esto es un aviso para informarle a usted que el professor de su hijo está actualmente enseñando fuera de su campo en el área ESOL:

Ms. Harmon
Ms. Ganahl
Ms. Spicer
Mr. Branson
Ms. Lipscomb
Ms. Partsch
Ms. O'Meara

Ms Stanfield

*These teachers are currently in compliance with requirements for obtaining ESOL training.
* Estos maestros están actualmente en conformidad con los requisitos para obtener la capacitación de ESOL.

This is a notice to inform you that Ms. Carpenter is currently teaching out-of-field in the area of Elementary K-6.  She holds a valid teaching certificate issued by the state of Florida in Exceptional Student Education K-12 and Middle Grades Social Science 5-9 and is working to place the appropriate certification on her certificate.  Once she places the appropriate certification on her teaching certificate, she will no longer be out-of-field.

If you have questions or concerns about this notice, please contact administration at 833-3333.


For the 2019-2020 school year there will not be a school uniform. Students will be expected to follow the dress code policy put forth by School Board Policy 4-31...

The following excerpts regarding the student dress code are from School Board Policy 4-31: “Appropriate student grooming and dress are primarily the responsibility of the student and parent…a student’s personal hygiene, appearance, or dress is such that it does not disrupt or interfere with the educational process or endanger the health and safety of others.

The wearing of garments appropriate for school is to be encouraged.  All instructors should be alert to give helpful, friendly guidance in these matters without embarrassment to the pupil.  Failure of any student to dress simply and appropriately should be brought to the attention of the principal.  Extremes in dress, hairstyle, make-up or jewelry are not in good taste and should be discouraged.  The principal of the individual school will determine when these provisions have been violated and will make the initial decision as to conformity to policy and discipline for offenders.”

This means at Edwins Elementary:

  1. Clothing must be neat, clean, and attractive.  
  2. Footwear is required for sanitary and safety reasons.  (Tennis shoes should be worn for PE as they are required for participation.)
  3. No hats are to be worn inside the building.
  4. Garments bearing inappropriate slogans/pictures are not permitted. (i.e., alcohol, tobacco, drugs, racial remarks, or sexual connotations)
  5. Hairstyle must not interfere with vision.
  6. Tank tops and similar shirts or blouses, when worn without another top, are not permitted. 
  7. The midriff must be covered and undergarments must not show at any time.


Important Information to Know About at Edwins


There's an App for that!Picture of School Info App logo

Download the Okaloosa County School District App onto your iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, or Windows device.  With our app, you can:

  • Keep up with all of our latest news, information and announcements
  • Find out about events and activities
  • Contact teachers, staff and administration
  • Access school menus, our online gradebook system and more
  • Get important documents, picture galleries & other media
  • Track homework, tests and projects through a virtual assignment book

​Look for iOCSD By SchoolInfoApp, LLC in the iTunes or Google Play Store.

Picture of Big Brothers Big Sister LogoBig Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida is excited to offer a school based mentoring program in partnership with Edwins Elementary School. This program allows students the opportunity to be matched with a caring, fully screened, adult mentor who will meet with the student once a week at school. There, they may work on homework, read together, eat lunch or even shoot hoops outside. At the end of the day, it’s all about starting a friendship, providing guidance and inspiring them to reach their potential. To enroll your child, click the logo, print and fill out the application and return it to the front office. 



Welcome Back to School!



Tardies & Check-In/Check-Out Procedures 

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Students who arrive after 8:30 A.M. have to be signed in through the front office by the parent/guardian and will be considered “TARDY”.  If a student is to be checked out prior to the end of the school day, the student must be signed out in the front office by someone on the check-out list.  If someone other than the designated contacts is to pick up a student, written permission by the parent will be required and the person must present a photo identification.  A phone call will NOT be accepted to provide for your child's safety.

Dismissal is a critical time for all schools.  Office "traffic" must be kept to a minimum for the safety of all students, therefore, all check-outs MUST occur before 2:30 P.M.

See more transportation information here.


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