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    Welcome to Byrneville Elementary School - Home of the Braves

    News
    Board of Directors

    Next Meeting - August 31, 2022 at 4:00PM in the library

    Dates to Remember
    • August 5 - Meet the Teacher   9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • August 10 - Students Return to School
    Student Registration

     If you would like to enroll your child at Byrneville Elementary, we   would love to have you join us today!

     If you are new to our area, please bring the following documentation   to the school:                                                                                                              •Birth Certificate                                                                                                         •Proof of Residence (Utility Bill)                                                                             •Immunization Record                                                                                             •Physical (or appointment card of upcoming physical)

     If your child has been enrolled in an Escambia County school and you   would like to transfer to Byrneville, all you need to do is call the     school.

     You may come by the school anytime Monday through Friday from   8 AM to 2 PM. You may also preregister by clicking the link below.   Please feel free to call (850) 256-6350 for more information. 

    Alabama Resident Registation

    Alabama residents are welcome to enroll at Byrneville Elementary!      You will not be able to register online. Just stop by the school during regular operating hours with a copy of your child's Birth Certificate, Proof of Residence (Utility bill), Immunization Record, and Physical (or appointment card for upcoming physical). PROOF OF RESIDENCE CAN BE AN ALABAMA ADDRESS.

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    Thank you to our Partners in Education
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            Our principal, Ashley Trawick, 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  

     

    Student Drop off & pick up info

    Please do not have students on campus before 7:30 AM if arriving by car.

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

    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.

    Absence & Transportation Changes

     

    Please remember to send in an Absence Verification Form if your child is absent.  Please click here to print one out from home.

    Transportation changes will now need to be sent in on a separate paper than the Absence Verification Form.

    DCF Report Abuse Hotline  1-800-962-2873

    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 an "B" school!

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    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.