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Online Application Period for 2015-2016 will begin February 2


Welcome to N.B. Cook Elementary School of the Arts

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1310 North 12th Avenue

Pensacola, FL 32503

(850) 595-6826


Application Period for 2015-2016

The online application period for the 2015-2016 school year will be February 2 to March 13, 2015. This application is for all new incoming students who will be starting kindergarten through fifth grade this fall. Current students do not need to reapply. Siblings of current students who will be entering kindergarten this fall DO need to apply. The application will be available at the link below beginning February 2, 2015.


Link to the Online Application


Money Order Alert!

Effective immediately, Escambia Schools will not be accepting money orders purchased at Winn-Dixie stores. There has been a problem with money orders being returned marked "Return to Maker" and not paid. Somehow, the money orders have not been registered properly with Western Union. Until this problem is resolved, do not use money orders purchased at Winn-Dixie. 

Meet Our Newest Member of the Office Staff


N.B. Cook recently welcomed a new member to the office staff. Most of the time, she will be the first face you see when you come into our school front office. Mrs. Angie Turner was hired in September to be our new front desk clerk. She mans the phones and oversees check-ins and check-outs, among other things. Mrs. Turner is also an N.B. Cook parent. She has 2 sons who attend our school. 

Late Start Days Canceled

Superintendent Thomas will be recommending to the School Board on September 10, 2014 to DELETE the late start days that are currently on the 2014-2015 student calendar.  This decision is based on a large number of concerns that parents have expressed regarding the late start days.  Many parents have indicated that starting school late will create a hardship for them.  As a result, the school district believes it is in the best interest of the families that we serve to cancel the three late start days. The school district is working on other solutions to meet the professional learning needs of teachers and staff. School will begin at the regularly scheduled time on September 17, November 5, and December 3.

N.B. Cook Administration Accepts ALS Challenge!

On August 22, 2014, principal Troy Brown and assistant principal Jennifer Collins accepted the ALS Challenge from both Superintendent Malcolm Thomas and the administrators of Cordova Park Elementary School.


Click this link to see the video!

Important Information for 2014-2015

Below are links to documents with important information for the 2014-2015 school year. The calendar is a two-page document that contains a concise list of important dates in the school year. Also, there is a document with all of the fundraiser dates, with explanations for each one. The Parent Handbook is a 12-page document that will answer many questions you may have about all sorts of topics, including schedule, meals, medication policies, attendance, dismissal procedures, volunteering, and many more. Over two dozen topics are covered about which all parents need to know. In addition, there is a one-page document with updates and changes to school policies and procedures for this school year. Lastly, there is an absence verification form that you can print out, fill in, and send back to school with your child after an absence.

2014-2015 School Year Calendar


Parent Handbook

Policy Updates & Changes

Absence Verification

New E-Newsletter Service

N.B. Cook Elementary School will begin an E-Newsletter service soon in the hopes that we can keep you better informed. We would like parents, teachers, and other interested people to subscribe to get the monthly newsletters and weekly "blasts!" This is optional and you can opt to unsubscribe at any time. Please go to the link below to input your information.

N.B. Cook E-Newsletter Sign-Up

Link to Archived Past Newsletters


Access Textbooks and Other Resources On-line

You can access the reading textbooks and other reading, spelling, and grammar resources online. The link is below. This will take you to the school district's single sign-on. The username is your child's 6-digit student number. The password is your child's 6-digit birthday. Once you sign in here, you will be automatically redirected to ConnectED. There you can click on the Reading Wonders Book. (The other book is the social studies book.) After you click the Reading Wonders book, you will have access to an abundance of Reading Wonders resources. If you have difficulty signing in to access Reading Wonders, there is also a link to a help document from our technology coordinator that may resolve the issue.


Reading Wonders through ESCD Single Sign On


Single Sign On help document


You can access our Math Series at the link below. The title of the math series is Go Math. The website is Think Central. The sign-on is slightly different than other district resources. You must choose our state, district, and school from the drop-down menus. Then the username is the letters esc followed by your child's 6-digit student number. The password is the letters Esc followed by your child's 6-digit birthday and a period.


Username: esc123456

Password: Esc123456. (note: capital E & period at the end)

Once you are in, click on "My Library" to access resources. You can view the resources that have been assigned to your child by his teacher.


Go Math Florida, Common Core

Online Gradebook Access for Parents

The Focus Gradebook Parent Portal is available for use for parents and students in Escambia County, Florida. “Parents and students will now have a tool in which ...more

Target's Take Charge of Education Program

N.B. Cook has been presented with a check for $1885.79 from Target in their Take Charge of Education program. Thanks to all of our teachers, parents, and ...more










Mouse over the calendar below to see events and times.


Upcoming Events

Jan 6 - Students Return

Jan 12-21 - History Fair

Jan 14 - Report Cards

Jan 19 - MLK, Jr. Holiday

Jan 26 - CiCi's Pizza Night

Jan 26-30 - Violence Prevention                               Week

Feb 2-6 - Literacy Week

Feb 6 - First Grade Play

Feb 9 - Progress Reports

Feb 11 - Class Picture Day

Feb 13 - Jump Rope for Heart

Feb 16 - Teacher Plan Day


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Ways to Support

Our School

General Mills Box Tops

Box Tops provides three easy ways to earn cash for your school through everyday activities. Your school can earn up to $60,000 per year! That's as much as $20,000 each from ...more

Office Depot

5% Back to Schools: Office Depot has donated millions of dollars in credits for free supplies to thousands of US and Canadian schools through the 5% Back to Schools Program. All ...more

Target : Take Charge of Education

You can make a difference for your favorite school — Target makes it easy. Take Charge of Education® is a Target initiative designed to support students, teachers ...more

Campbell's Labels for Education

This year, our school will be participating in the Labels for Education® program. Through the program, we can collect UPCs and beverage caps from participating products ...more