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Our Mission

J. H. Workman Middle School students will become inquiring, compassionate, lifelong learners. Through a challenging and engaging academic program that encourages international-mindedness, our students will attain a broad and firm foundation of knowledge, cultural understanding and respect for diversity. 

School Motto

School Motto

Contact List

Traci Ursrey
494-5665 ext 223

Angie Gonzalez
Assistant Principal
494-5665 ext 224

Julie Davidson
IB-MYP Coordinator
494-5665 ext 250

Nancy Durre
Literacy Coach
494-5665 ext 342

Santelia Houston
School Dean
494-5665 ext 230

Chris Norris
School PBS (Behavior Coach)
494-5665 ext 274

Traci Sturgeon
School Secretary
494-5665 ext 232

494-5665 ext 234

To Schedule Parent/Teacher Conference
494-5665 ext 227


Parent Portal

Absence Form

Absence Verifcation Form

District policy states parents and guardians have three days from the date of an absence to provide an excuse.  Failure to complete this form will result in the absence, check-out, check-in, or tardy remaining unexcused.

Click here for access to the form.

Formulario de Verificación de Inasistencia

La política del Distrito establece que los padres de familia y guardians tienen tres días para proporcionar una ex cusa desde la fecha de inasistencia.  Si no se complete este formulario va a dar lugar a que la inasistencia , salida, entrada o tardanza permanezca sin excusa.

Haga clic aquí para ver el formulario.


Parents, Here is important information for you about Workman Middle School.

School Improvement Plan

SIP Update


Health Permit

2014-15 PIP

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to J.H. Workman Middle School

We LOVE our 'Jaguars'



Please do not bring lunches to your children at school and note that parents are not allowed to join children for lunch.

Thank You!

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Special Thanks to:

Mr. Charlie Ward

Former Heisman Trophy Winner

College Football Hall of Fame

Former NBA Basketball Player

Current Coach - Washington HS


Guest Speaker - Family Night!

Wind Creek Hospitality

for Providing Food for Workman Family Night!



Monday, January 26 - Book Give Away through Reading Classes - Washington High SGA's grant.  SGA members along with WEAR-TV will distribute books.

Tuesday, January 27 - Read My Shirt - Appropriate message.  Students will diagram sentences in ELA Classes.

Wednesday, January 28 - Be Cool & Read - Wear Sunglasses

Thursday, January 29 - Wear Camo because Jags get lost in good books.

Friday, January 30 - Wear a team shirt OR your College Colors because reading is going to take YOU places.

D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read) during Compass Classes for the week.

The Flu:  A Guide For Parents

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Important Information Concerning The FLU

Flu Information

Protect Your Child

If Your Child Is Sick

The School District of Escambia County

Winter 2014 District 411 Newsletter

FCA & First Priority

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes - working on Project UNIFY this school year.  First scheduled event is the Special Olympics Basketball game Jan 16 at Woodham Middle School.  Next meeting TBA.  Each student will need to get a permanent pass to show the office to get in the building.

First Priority meets the FIRST and THIRD Monday of every month at 8:30am in Mrs. Bloodworth's Room.


2015 Track Tryouts

Track Tryouts will be held during the last week of February.

Students need to make sure they have turned in their physical packet completed in order to tryout.  Please see one of the PE Coaches for the Track physical packets.

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New Courtyard Mural Leaves its Mark

A recent Pensacola News Journal article featured our new courtyard mural that was completed by Mrs. Tanya Broom, art teacher at B.T. Washington High School and her senior art students who volunteered ...more

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Today: 2/1/15
All Day: February - Florida School Volunteer Month

Weekly Events


J.H. Workman Middle School's IB Website

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IB Website Link The International Baccalaureate® (IB) is a non-profit educational foundation, motivated by its mission, focused on the student. Our three programmes for students aged 3 to 19 help develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalizing world. Founded in 1968, we currently work with 3,318 schools in 141 countries to develop and offer three challenging programmes to over 985,000 students aged 3 to 19 years.

JH Workman Globally Recognized as an IB-MYP School

J. H. Workman will be the first middle school in the panhandle of Florida to offer this internationally-recognized framework of curriculum and global education; they join the prestigious ranks of ...more

IB Exit Interview Commendations


  • Learner Profile permeates throughout the building.
  • School is committed to the principles and philosophies of IB.
  • School values the diversity of our population.


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