#everyoneisimportant

Each week we will be highlighting a student AND a faculty member as part of our school district theme: Everyone is important.

This week we would like to highlight our staff member, Ms. Weech. Three important things that her colleagues want you to know about Ms. Weech are: 

1.) She is an amazing listener!

2.) She gives great advice!

3.) She is an excellent math teacher!

 

#everyoneisimportant

Each week we will be highlighting a student AND a faculty member as part of our school district theme: Everyone is important.

This week we would like to highlight our staff member, Ms. M. Johnson. Three important things that her colleagues want you to know about Ms. M. Johnson are: 

1.) She loves children!

2.) She means business...but still loves to have fun!.

3.) She takes care of her “peeps”!

Camp Read S'mores

Join us for a night of sing-alongs, S'mores, and reading under the Stars!

Camp Read S'more

Where: Mary Esther Elementary School

When: Thursday, January 30, 2020

Time: 5:00-6:30 p.m.

Wear your favorite PJs, bring a blanket, and a flashlight!

Every child receives a free book!

 

Family Superbowl Luncheon

Join us January 31st during your child's lunch to celebrate the Superbowl!

We welcome Mary Esther families to join us for hotdogs, chicken sandwiches, fries, coleslaw, baked beans, fruit, milk, juice, and tea for adults.

Arrive for your child's normal lunchtime and eat with them as we have fun football themed food! 

Please do not bring large bills or credit cards.

#everyoneisimportant

Each week we will be highlighting a student AND a faculty member as part of our school district theme: Everyone is important.

This week we would like to highlight our staff member, Ms. Barton. Three important things that her colleagues want you to know about Ms. Barton are: 

1.) She is pregnant!!!!

2.) She has a beautiful smile that warms all of her students.

3.) She is dedicated and hard-working!

 

#everyoneisimportant

Our staff member we are highlighting this week is Ms. Keesee.  Davontae B. in Ms. Jenkins’ class is the student we are highlighting this week.

Each week we will be highlighting a student AND a faculty member as part of our school district theme: Everyone is important.

This week we would like to highlight our staff member, Ms. Keesee. Three important things that her colleagues want you to know about Ms. Keesee are: 

1.) She is very organized.

Parent Advisory Council for Parent of ESE Students Seeking Members

The Okaloosa County Schools  has a facebook page created especially for Exceptional Education and Student Services. Please visit and like the Facebook page. Okaloosa County Schools are actively recruiting parents to join our ESE Parent Advisory Council. Please visit: https://www.facebook.com/Okaloosa-County-Schools-Exceptional-Student-Education-Student-Services-511695582917132/

 

#everyoneisimportant

Each week we will be highlighting a student AND a faculty member as part of our school district theme: Everyone is important.

This week we would like to highlight our staff member, Ms. Diamond. Three important things that her colleagues want you to know about Ms. Diamond are: 

1.) She is so patient and passionate.

2.) She loves to laugh.

3.) She loves her Pre-K kids and is very passionate. 

 

#everyoneisimportant

Each week we will be highlighting a student AND a faculty member as part of our school district theme: Everyone is important.

This week we would like to highlight our staff member, Mr. Forest. Three important things that his colleagues want you to know about Mr. Forest are

1.) He is willing to help move things and provides us with a good laugh.

2.) He is very friendly.

3.) He is always supportive, helpful, and caring. 

Go Blue on November 14th

World Diabetes Day is November 14th. Please wear blue to support our students and families who suffer with Diabetes. 

In 2006, the United Nations declared November 14th to be World Diabetes Day.

 

To learn more about World Diabetes Day, please visit. www.worlddiabetesday.org.

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