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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

    School Spirit

    Byrneville Brave Spirit Tattoos will be sold every Friday morning before school for $1.00.  Proceeds will benefit PTO and Braves Club

    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!

    Kona Ice Truck

    The Kona Ice truck will be here on September 25!

    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.





    Monday, September 2 is Labor Day. School will not be in session. Hopefully, it will just be for the holiday and not Hurricane Dorian. If there is any danger from the storm, we follow the procedures of the Escambia County Florida School District.


    Our annual Open House is scheduled for Tuesday, September 3 from 6:00 to 7:00 weather permitting.


    Progress Reports go home Monday, September 9. Please contact your child’s teacher with any concerns.


    Grandparents Day will be celebrated Monday, September 9. More information will be sent home about times and activities.


    Monday, September 9 is also the day of a PTO Meeting at 4:00.


    Our Byrneville Board of Directors Meeting is on Wednesday, September 11 at 3:30.


    Dads Take Your Child to School Day is Wednesday, September 25. We will be sending home more information concerning this event.



    Do not send microwaveable food for K-1 students and snacks.

    Water is the beverage of choice. Sugared and/or carbonated drinks are not.

    Print your child’s name in items of clothing they may take off during the day.

    Sandals and boots are not acceptable PE foot wear.

    Try to schedule appointments after 2:00 or on non-school days.

    Students lose valuable school time when tardy.

    The teachers and principal care very deeply about every student at BES. Parents/Guardians are valuable allies in character building and education of our students.




    Back to School
    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.  

    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.