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Connie Kraus
Secretary
Email
(850) 833-5857

Karen Peek
Program Director
(850) 833-5857

 

Inservice activities completed during the validity period of current professional certificates may be transferred between Florida school districts. The process involves communicating with the school district from which points were earned and the school district where the teacher is currently employed.  ESOL, Reading, and SWD inservice points are bankable if earned while holding a valid temporary or professional certificate.

If you are no longer employed with Okaloosa County School District, and are teaching in another Florida school district, you may transfer your inservice activity by following the “Outgoing Inservice Transfer Process” outlined below.

Teachers currently employed with Okaloosa County School District, who previously taught in another Florida school district, may transfer inservice activity to Okaloosa County by following the “Incoming Inservice Transfer Process” outlined below.

The following information will help you through the process of transferring points to and from Okaloosa County Schools:

Outgoing Inservice Transfer Process:

Download and complete the In-service Transfer Request Form and email to Connie Kraus at connie.kraus@mail.okaloosa.k12.fl.us or mail to:

Professional Services Office 
School Board of Okaloosa County 
Okaloosa Technical College 
1976 Lewis Turner Blvd
Fort Walton Beach FL 32547

Please note: All requests to transfer inservice activity must contain all information requested in the form. Any incomplete requests will not be accepted.

Incoming Inservice Transfer Process:

Contact the school district in which you vacated and request a Florida Department of Education In-service Teacher Education Transfer Record form be completed, signed and emailed to Connie Kraus at connie.kraus@mail.okaloosa.k12.fl.us or mail to:

Professional Services Office 
School Board of Okaloosa County 
Okaloosa Technical College 
1976 Lewis Turner Blvd
Fort Walton Beach FL 32547