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Mossy Head School had a special visitor for student drop off.  Superintendent Hughes came to help encourage our students as they arrived at school. 

Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither

WHS senior Melanie Nowell auditioned for the color guard at the University of South Alabama on Saturday (April 21) and not only made it, but was offered a $2000 scholarship to march with them and participate in the USA Jaguar Marching Band and USA Winter Guard.
Congratulations, Melanie!  We are proud of you!
Submitted by Christy English

47 and climbing...Emerald Coast Middle students earn CIW Internet Business Associate (IBA) certification. This international industry certification validates student knowledge of important technologies that affect virtually every business and demonstrates they’re prepared to work effectively in today's business environment.

Submitted by Wendy Carter/Angela Vance

    

Walton Middle School would like to invite its incoming sixth graders (current fifth graders) and parents to a "Middle School Jump" Title 1 Parent Training Night on Thursday, May 10th, at 6:00 p.m., in the WMS Cafeteria.  At this event, students and parents will gain insights about how to have a successful middle school experience.  A free meal will be provided, as well as childcare for preschool and elementary students.  WMS can't wait to see new students and parents there!

Submitted by Kristen Nelson

MSE students and staff are creating nearly 600 pinwheels to represent each child in our school.  The Pinwheel serves as a national symbol for child abuse prevention, and MSE desires to see all of our students enjoy a safe, carefree childhood. The pinwheels serve as a visual reminder to our commitment to the safety of each and every child in our school.

Submitted by Krisy Spence