I had previously posted on here before, and it was deleted. Obviously someone has a difference in opinion about these schools than I. I still stand behind my belief that primary school staff need to be fired to make WNIS better. I also have children at WNP. BOTH schools have SERIOUS problems with supportive
... Read more staff. RUDE and gossipy. My kids have been to lots of schools in lots of states and these two are by far the worst for supportive staff. Parent involvement high, teachers we have gotten have been amazing, just remember NOT all are created equal! One of these days school staff will eventually wind up on the web somewhere with video of them yelling at people's children. I just can't bring myself to give these school anymore stars....... some of the teachers are the best my children have had...... but you have to be able to get past school staff first, that can be tough to do. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/22/12
My sons have both attended WNP. They have been blessed with an exceptional education where they are motivated and encouraged to excel. I appreciate the leadership and support they have had.
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Posted by a parent on 08/12/12
I've had 3 children go through WNPS, and we love this school! The teaches really do care about their students and their education. The principal is very involved and takes your concerns seriously. And they really encourage parent volunteering. Some negatives...Cafeteria staff are a bit rude and
... Read more make the kids lay their heads down when they're finished eating. Also, school has no extracurricular activities. That worked out because the community has a ton of sports going on throughout the year. Only problem with that was my kids would build relationships with people from other areas that they never saw at school. Also, my son takes speech classes, and the teacher is pretty rude to the kids and parents. Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/25/10
WNP has some good teachers and just some teachers. Parent involvement is high. The principal rates a 1 with me, friendly on the outside but not so friendly, caring or supportive on the inside. I have heard staff talk to students very harshly, especially the cafeteria workers and I don't mean the cooks
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Posted by a parent on 06/14/10
WNPS is a breath of fresh air!! We relocated here from Wisconsin, where I must say I was very dissatisfied with the overall school system, curriculum, my son's 1st grade teacher (poor communicator and did not want parent's involved). I toured several schools between Santa Rosa and Okaloosa County and
... Read more I chose this school. The curriculum is top notch and the kids are pushed to do their best and are kept physically active. The drop off/pick-up system and overall security of school is EXCELLENT and we have been very pleased!! Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/14/10
West Navarre Primary School has been the best school my daughter has gone to yet. Mrs Rohrig, Her teacher was the best teacher I have ever encountered. She is very sweet and good with the children. Mrs Potter, the music teacher is wonderful also. She is very sweet, and very nice to my child Emma. Mr
... Read more Weaks, the assistant principal is a very nice and involved person at the school. Always very friendly to myself and my child.Also, Mr Savage, the gym teacher, is very nice and knows my daughter by name. He is always happy and smiling. It is a very nice and safe school. Loved it. Read less
Posted by a parent on 06/03/09
We moved here from Alaska, and this was an excellent transition for my daughter. Mrs. Jernigan is a wonderful teacher. Not only that, but the entire staff has made this a memorable experience!
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Posted by a parent on 05/01/09
I have never had a school that the faculty was so involved with the children. My child is in K. His teacher and the K teacher's aide truly cares weather or not my son is having an ok day. It's just Jan and my son can read 2nd grade books. The music teacher loves the music and tries to teach the kids
... Read more to love it too. She is simply wonderful. The principal is always in the halls seeing the kids, and he makes time to say hi to each of them by name. As much as I love the staff, I love the teacher most of all. A child will feel very welcome and at home here in this little school. The k class has just 16 kids! Read less
Posted by a parent on 01/16/09
I am very pleased with WNPS. Before attending here my child went to a very highly reguarded, and expensive, private school. From the first phone call requesting information until the last day of school I have been extremely pleased. I would recommend WNPS to anyone.
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Posted by a parent on 05/31/08
I don't like this school. I find most of the staff members very ruid and I don't like the way talk to the students. I think that this school has many problems for starters in the unch room....why should the students have to put their heads don after eatting....Most of the luch staff members are ruid
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Navarre schools — West Navarre Primary School is located at 1955 Lowe Rd, Navarre FL 32566. 1955 Lowe Rd is in the 32566 ZIP code in Navarre, FL The school district for West Navarre Primary School is the Santa Rosa County Public Schools. West Navarre Primary School is a Public school that serves grade levels K - 2.
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