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UA PTO and Board Meeting
Junior League of Panama City
509 W. 5th Street, Suite B & C
Downtown Panama City
April 17, 2014. PTO meeting is at 5:30 but the UA Board Meeting has been canceled.
UA Construction Workshop Meeting
Junior League of Panama City
509 W. 5th Street, Suite B & C
Downtown Panama City
April 24, 2014, 2:30.
No School - Good Friday
April 18, 2014
Talon Awards
April 25, 2014
Second Annual 5K Run the Runway
Go to www.active.com or our PTO page to register
April 26, 2014
Patriotic T-Shirt - $1 Day - 1st grade service project - Ronald McDonald House
May 1, 2014
Teacher Appreciation Week
May 5 - 9, 2014
Progress Reports
May 12, 2014
Chili's Share Day
May 13, 2014
No school - Memorial Day
May 26, 2014
Last day of school - early dismissal  - report cards
June 6, 2014
UA PTO and Board Meeting
Junior League of Panama City
509 W. 5th Street, Suite B & C
Downtown Panama City
May 15, 2014. PTO meeting is at 5:30 and Board meeting is at 6:30.
UA Construction Workshop Meeting
Junior League of Panama City
509 W. 5th Street, Suite B & C
Downtown Panama City
May 15, 2014, 2:30.
SPAR Report
To meet ESEA legislation requirements, school reports must be made available to the public. The School Public Accountability Reports are now available via the link here!

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Welcome to University Academy

A Panama City Florida School


University Academy (UA) is a free, public, K-5 charter academy in Panama City, Florida. The Academy emphasizes innovation in programming and instruction, building on the promise of charter schools to develop new educational opportunities. UA is committed to a research-based approach that includes instruction to meet the unique needs of each learner.

Using the structure of “Walk to Read” and “Walk to Math,” students are offered lessons that matches their current ability and instructional needs. This research-based practice individualizes learning for each student, taking them to the next level to reach their personal academic goals.

Students will also benefit from a challenging curriculum with real-world application of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. These subjects represent the letters that make the term STEAM, infusing the arts into an exciting STEM foundation. The units taught in the afternoon are based on the Next Generation Science Standards, developed by the National Academy of Sciences. These lessons develop deeper understanding of science concepts through active learning. The program is supported by University Academy’s extended school day, allowing more time to be dedicated to teaching science actively with hand-on activities and investigations.