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N.B. Cook Elementary School of the Arts 


A Magnet School Integrating Arts and Academics


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

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1310 North 12th Avenue

Pensacola, FL 32503

(850) 595-6826


Welcome To Our New Principal!

While we are sad to say farewell to Mr. Cooey, who endeared himself to us in the short time he was here, we are also happy to welcome our new principal, Mr. Larry Knight. We are sure that     N.B. Cook will prosper under his guidance. Here is a bit of an introduction from him:


"I was born in Sacramento, California but moved to Pensacola when I was six years old. Growing up I attended Annie McMillan Elementary, P.K. Yonge Elementary, Brownsville Middle School and Pensacola High School. After high school I joined the United States Marine Corps. After my tenure in the USMC, I attended Pensacola Junior College and the University of West Florida where I received my degrees in Elementary Education and Educational Leadership.   I have been in involved in education for over 23 years. All of those years have been in Escambia County Schools. I served as a tutor at A.A. Dixon Elementary, a teacher at R.C. Lipscomb Elementary and an administrator at Cordova Park, O.J. Semmes and Sherwood Elementary I am married to Sharon Knight.  We have five adult children; Ian, Christopher, Josh, Kyle and Eric.  We also have three wonderful grandchildren; Dakoda, Gunner, and Daymin. In my spare time I like to spend time with my grandchildren, read, sing karaoke, cook, and watch TV. I am a huge superhero fan and can be often seen wearing superhero apparel."

Application Period for 2017-2018 Is Now Closed

The application period for N.B. Cook Elementary School of the Arts is now closed. Applications were accepted online for the 2017-2018 school year from February 1 through March 10, 2017. Applicants have been notified and registration was held before the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

E-News for 2017-2018 

If you have not signed up for the e-news blast, please take a moment and do so through the link below. This e-news blast will keep you better informed about all news and events. We would like parents, teachers, and other interested people to subscribe. You can opt to unsubscribe at any time. Please go to the link below to input your information. If you have questions or need assistance, please call the school.

N.B. Cook E-Newsletter Sign-Up

History Fair Resources

Fifth grade parents, use these links to find information and resources for History Fair:


National History Day

Florida History Fair

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

New FSA Resources

The Florida Department of Education has provided family and parent resources related to the Florida Standards and the FSA (Florida Standards Assessment). The FSA is the test that replaced the FCAT in 2016. These resources are specifically for the English Language Arts (including reading) portion of the test. A link is provided below.

FSA English Language Arts Resources


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. 

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










Upcoming Events


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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