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            Our principal, Mrs. Dee Wolfe-Sullivan will be available to assist you with any questions or concerns,
    provide you access to information, 
    and facilitate your involvement with our school.

     Mission Statement

    Byrneville Elementary School, Inc. is committed to the
    constant improvement of skills and knowledge
    to provide an appropriate and safe environment
    in which students can develop their academic,
    emotional, physical, and social abilities to their fullest extent.

                                                    Florda Consortium of Public Charter Schools  


    Please do not have students on campus before 7:15.

    Please do not drive around the car ahead of you in the drop off and pick up line.

    All students are to enter through the front entrance to the main building. 

    Check outs are to be done no later than 1:45.

    2019 2020 Supply List.pdf (PDF)

    This year's Floriday Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday will be August 2-6.

    Breakfast Information - Students who come by car and want to eat breakfast need to be at school by 7:30.

    Lunch Menu

    If you have run out of blue slips please click here to print one out from home.

    2019 2020 School Calendar

    Byrneville is a "b" school

    The Florida Department of Education recently released this year's school grades.  We are excited to say Byrneville Elementary is a "B" school!


    We are now registering new students for the 2019-2020 school year.  Registration packets are available in the office.  

    West florida public libraries summer reading club is May 28 - August 3!

    Register at any WFPL location beginning on Tuesday, May 28. Remember, audiobooks are not cheating!

    Who is Summer Reading  for? Summer reading is for EVERYONE- Babies through Adults.

    Prizes: Read books for a chance to win prizes such as telescopes, home planetarium, meteorite, model rocket, supernova flying orb and much more!

    The library also hosts several performances throughout the summer.

         Didgeridoo Down Under - Wednesday, July 17, 11 a.m. - Century Library       Mashed Potato Players - Wednesday, July 24,   11 a.m. - Century Library       Summer Reading Club Wrap-up Party - Wed, July 31, 11 a.m. - Century 

    For more information on the reading program and events, visit the library website. 

    Kona Ice Truck

    The Kona Ice truck will be back again next year!

    The Kona Ice cost is $3 for regular, $4 for King, $5 for color changing cup. The color changing cup is refillable for $3.

    The truck will be here from 1:20-2:00 every month on the next to the last Wednesday.


    The next PTO Meeting will be later this summer.  

    Back to School

    Students return to school August 12.  We have missed you and look forward to a new and exciting school year.  

    Ronald McDonald House, Pensacola

    Our local Ronald McDonald House collects pop tabs.  They use the money from them for their wonderful facility.  This year our school helped by collecting 8.4 pounds of tabs.  This is 10,453 tabs!  Lets see if we can double that this coming year.  

    West Florida Public Libraries Offers Kids Free Summer Lunch

    West Florida Public Libraries is partnering with Feeding the Gulf Coast as a site for Feeding the Gulf Coast this summer. The program is underway and will run through Friday, Aug. 2 for children 18 years of age and younger.  The Century library will serve lunch Tuesday-Friday, from noon to 1 PM.  

    Feeding the Gulf Coast has found effective and efficient ways to provide kids with healthy meals through the organization's Summer Meals Program at locations throughout Alabama, Florida and Mississippi. For more information about Feeding the Gulf Coast, visit

    student of the month


    Byrneville Elementary School, Inc.
    has been a conversion charter
    school since July 1, 2002.

    The school uses an existing public
    school campus
    belonging to the
    Escambia County School District.
    The site consists of four acres located
    about 50 miles northwest of Pensacola.
    The permanent building was erected
    in 1940. The campus also has one double and eight 
    single portable classrooms.  Students are transported by bus or family vehicle because of hazardous walking conditions.