Welcome to our parent page. This page contains downloadable forms and documents, contact information, and other usefull health links and information. Volunteer forms must be turned in to the main office. Transportation changes and field trip forms may be turned in to the office or your child's teacher. If you need to contact your child's classroom teacher or other staff member, please refer to the appropriate grade level link under Meet the Staff on the menu bar above.

School Address and Contact Information

West Navarre Primary
1955 Lowe Rd. Navarre, FL 32566
Office (850)936-6000
Fax (850)936-6010

School Hours: 8:25 am- 2:31 pm
Early Dismissal Days: 12:00 pm
Doors open at 7:55 am. First bell rings at 8:15 am. Tardy bell rings at 8:25 am. Please do not drop your child off before 7:55 am as there is no adult supervision.

Forms and documents

Transportation Change (PDF)   Word doc. (Form can be faxed to 936-6010 prior to 12 pm)

Free and Reduced Lunch Application

School Menus

My School Bucks lunch account


SCHOOL health program


student portal (check student grades here)

2016-2017 WELCOME Video

volunteer info

Volunteer Form (Volunteer forms must be on file to volunteer at the school or if you intend to chaperone a field trip)

Volunteer Guidelines

 (please return completed forms to your childs teacher or the front office)

Santa Rosa County volunteers will provide their current driver’s license, state issued identification card (or other approved identification card) to the designated staff member who will scan the visitor’s identification and issue a badge with the visitor’s destination if there is no alert indicated on the data base. If the volunteer does not have an identification card, the designated staff member will manually enter the name, date of birth, sex and race of the visitor into the V-Soft system. If the system verifies that the person is an approved volunteer, a volunteer pass will be issued.

 The VSoft/Raptor and the  Lobby Guard system will provide an electronic database of volunteer hours and duties performed by a campus.

Each volunteer will scan their identification into the system on the first visit. On subsequent visits, the volunteer’s name will be located through the quick find screen.

 ·        On the first screen, select volunteer.

 ·        Indicate the job and location.

 ·        Print the badge or present permanent badge.

 ·        Check out when the volunteer activity is completed

military family life counselor

Parent Information Letter
School Letter


Military Child Education Coalition

MilitaryKidsConnect.org is a new website created to help military youth ages 6-17 deal with the challenges of having a parent or caregiver deployed. http://www.militarykidsconnect.org

SOAR (Student Online Achievement Resources) is a program for military families and the school districts that serve them.  It aims to address the unique challenges facing military children in our nation’s public schools, while benefiting the overall student population. SOAR is an innovative program that makes it easy for parents to play an active role in their children’s education. SOAR is easily accessible worldwide.

Students take an assessment aligned to state standards, and SOAR directs them to individualized tutorials to improve skills where needed. Parents can monitor their children’s progress from anywhere and are provided with resource materials. To learn more, please view SOAR’s Welcome Video at:

FLORIDA Standards info for parents

West Navarre Primary has fully implemented the Florida standards. To learn more about these standards and how you can help your student excel, click the links below.



Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) School Public Accountability Reports (SPARs). Click here for West Navarre Primary's School public accountability report

Santa Rosa County Health Info for Parents - A description of services offered for your child by the Santa rosa County Health Department.

SAFER Santa Rosa Newsletter - Newsletter  from Support Alliance for Emergency Readiness

Staying safe between home and school - A brochure from the Florida Department of Education

florida kid care A web site with information on Florida Kid Care and Florida Healthy Kids

The brochure provides essential information and tips in the following areas:

1.      Bus Riders

2.      Car/SUV/Truck riders

3.      Parent and Teen Drivers

4.      Walking and Biking Safely

5.      Bullying

6.      Protection from Sexual Offenders and Predators (Tips for Parents and Students)

7.      Many hyperlinks for additional resources and information

Parent Institute Newsletters

Click on the newsletters above to read the newest editions or click the links below.
Guiding Ideas

Firm ,Fair & Consistent - Parents guiding students towards school success.
HELPING CHILDREN LEARN- Early childhood edition.
BUILDING BETTER READERS- How families can help children become better readers.
HELPING CHILDREn learn planner - Elementary Edition.

DO YOU NEED HELP OR HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR KIDCARE APPLICATION OR HEALTHY KIDS INSURANCE??? Contact Paula Jackson, Families Count Resource Coordinator, at 850-983-8149

H1N1 Flu Guidelines for Parents & Schools

Coping with Stress

Preparing for Emergency Events

Coping With a Traumatic Event: Information for Health Professionals CDC Preparedness and response

Florida Department of Children and Families Reporting Child Abuse

Child Abuse: Look for the Signs

professional educator misconduct To report professional misconduct