Students use skills learned in class to promote Hallelujah Project

Contract signed for new Lynn Haven Elementary cafetorium

Fate of Oscar Patterson Elementary still undecided

Future Farmers of America meet in competition

Thirteen Bay District schools have 100 percent of students eligible for free and reduced lunch

Students from two schools collaborate to decorate Christmas ornaments

Southport students run their own toy drive

Bay District students observe Computer Science Education Week, learn how to code

Future of Oscar Patterson Elementary uncertain, final decision yet to be made

Bay District Schools students share food with peers, community

Stuff the Bus comes to Bay High School

School Board Chair discusses goals for Bay District Schools in 2018

School Board Chair re-appointed, Vice Chair named

Elevate Bay mentoring program

G.R.O.W.T.H. House gets students involved in local restoration projects

New ranch will offer vocational skills to those with learning disabilities

Local middle school offers flexible seating to some students

Second lawsuit filed against House Bill 7069

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