Congratulations to this year’s East Panhandle Regional Science and Engineering Fair Winners:
Throughout the month of February, Okaloosa County School District’s K-12 students are participating in the 2021 Black History Month art and essay contests. This year’s theme is “Celebrating Inspirational Individuals” to recognize and pay tribute to African American individuals who have played inspirational roles in the lives of others.
Hello Parents and Friends of Okaloosa County Schools!
I invite you to read Catch the WAVE, our monthly parent newsletter that highlights important information and some wonderful things that are happening throughout the Okaloosa County School District. Thank you for all that you do in support of our students!!
Marcus D. Chambers, Superintendent of Okaloosa County Schools
Jody Dunn, Director of Bands at Crestview High School, was recognized at the February 22, 2021, School Board meeting for being named the winner of the Florida Band Association’s Oliver Hobbs Award. Dunn was named the recipient for consistent superior ratings. There are only up to 4 recipients selected per year.
In an effort to prepare elementary students for the Career and Technical Education courses available to them in Middle and High School, the Okaloosa County School District started a program called Kids’ C.O.D.E. Third through Fifth graders have the opportunity to participate in this before or after school program being offered at 21 Elementary Schools! Watch the video to learn more about this amazing program!