Bill Husfelt was elected Superintendent of Schools in November 2008. A former high school principal with both middle and high school coaching, teaching, and administrative experience, he holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Florida State University. Mr. Husfelt was the recipient of the 2004 and 2006 Florida Commissioner’s Principal Achievement Award for Outstanding Leadership. Believing public education to be the backbone of our free society, he is quick to give credit to the many people who guided and helped him reach his goals. The vast majority of those he credits are educators, coaches, and school administrators. He currently serves as a deacon and Sunday school teacher of the Young Married Class at Hiland Park Baptist Church and has been a director on the board of Panhandle Educators Federal Credit Union since 2000. He and his wife, Theresa, have three daughters ~ Stephanie, Allison and Anna ~ who all graduated from Bay District Schools.
The School Board meeting room is located in the Bay District Schools Nelson Administrative Building. Meetings are currently held the second and fourth Tuesday of every month, at 1pm. Click below for more meeting information.
1311 Balboa Avenue
Panama City, Florida 32401
Phone: (850) 767-4100
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District 1 includes Bay Haven Charter Academy, Hiland Park Elementary School, Lynn Haven Elementary School, A. Crawford Mosley High School, Mowat Middle School, New Horizons Learning Center and Tom P. Haney Technical Center.
District 3 includes, Bay High School, Cedar Grove Elementary School, Jinks Middle School, Lucille Moore Elementary School, Northside Elementary School, Oscar Patterson Academy, Rosenwald High School, Rutherford High School, and St. Andrew School at Oakland Terrace.
District 4 includes Deane Bozeman School, Deer Point Elementary School, Merritt Brown Middle School, Southport Elementary School, Tommy Smith Elementary School, Waller Elementary School and West Bay Elementary School.
District 5 includes J.R. Arnold High School, Breakfast Point Academy, Hutchison Beach Elementary School, Patronis Elementary School and Surfside Middle School.
Pamm Chapman is a registered NPA.
She was elected to office in August 2022 and will be on the ballot in August 2026.
District 2 includes Callaway Elementary School, Merriam Cherry Street Elementary School, Tommy Smith Elementary School, Merritt Brown Middle School, Margaret K. Lewis School in Millville, Parker Elementary School and Tyndall Elementary School.