Shannon Nickinson

Shannon Nickinson Project Manager

Education

Photo Gallery: Light Up Learning VIP area

The 2017 Light Up Learning fundraiser VIP area photo gallery. Read full story

Light Up Learning

Photo Gallery: Light Up Learning

Led by Catholic High School graduate and Studer Community Institute board member Josh Sitton, several of Pensacola's favorite sons joined forces to help invest in the early educational opportunities of the children of this community. Read full story

Education

Brain Bags: ARC Gateway is part of the Early Learning City

Through the Brain Bags, Arc Gateway is investing in the future of the Pensacola metro area — one child and one set of parents at a time. Read full story

Training & Development

Win the battle against pushback

Pushback in inevitable. The first step is to not be surprised. Read full story

Education

What are the Three T’s of building a child’s brain

The "Three T's" of building a child's brain help parents create crucial interaction that is the key to building a child’s brain so that it will be healthy, active and ready to learn. Read full story

Education

Pensacola’s favorite sons helping invest in community’s future

Led by Catholic High School graduate and Studer Community Institute board member Josh Sitton, several of Pensacola's favorite sons are joining forces to help invest in the early educational opportunities of the children of this community. Read full story

Training & Development

Do you have what it takes to be a great manager?

SCI’s session on June 13 — “Leading With Impact” by Autumn Morris of Studer Group — aimed to give leaders of all experience levels tools and techniques to be the kind of leader people want to work for. Read full story

Education

Another story in the 2017 FSA scores

Data shows how children from 2013-2014 fared on state test in third grade

These third-graders were kindergartners in the 2013-2014 school year. That's the last school year that the state released the results of the Florida Kindergarten Readiness Screener (FLKRS). Read full story

Education

Brain Bags: Sweet music to build a brain by

The University of West Florida donated a recording of lullaby music to the Brain Bag project. Rhythm, repetition, even the math of music, are all pieces of the puzzle of early brain development. Read full story

Education

Operation Backpack starting up

City of Pensacola Parks Department hosting school supply drive June 1-Aug. 4

Schools out for summer, but the City of Pensacola Parks & Recreation Department already has next school year on the brain. Read full story

Education

Youth feeding program at Carver Park this summer

The Cantonment Improvement Committee is offering a free summer feeding program for children at Carver Park Resource Center. Read full story

Education

Seeing the PreK investment as economic development

Early learning is an investment that saves public money in the long term — something that should appeal to folks of all political stripes. Read full story