South Walton High School observed a presentation of a fatal vehicle crash to demonstrate the dangers of driving while impaired or distracted.
Special thanks to Walton County Fire Rescue, South Walton Fire District, Florida Highway Patrol, Walton County Sheriff’s Office, All-Pro Towing, Clary-Glenn Funeral Home, Renee Napier Lord, Eric Smallridge and SWHS drama students for an impactful assembly.
Submitted by Barbara Stratton
Mar 26 2018
Over Spring break, Paxton's first Spanish competition team competed in the Florida State Spanish Competition in Orlando, Florida. The students won various SOBRESALIENTES y SUPERIORES, which were the top TWO high ranks out of four that could be given. Students competed in individual impromptu speeches, poem recitations, and a skit. All activities were done completely in Spanish. Congratulations, Spanish students! Submitted by Kalli McMillan.
Mar 26 2018
Freeport High School's National Honor Society has been proactive in organizing blood drives at their school. They have held two blood drives this year. Students donated 81 pints of blood which will help 243 people in need. Congratulations for sharing the power to save lives!! Submitted by Patty Woodard.
Mar 16 2018
Mar 16 2018
Paxton track team's seniors (as pictured): Shaleigh Geoghagan, Savannah Burke, Kenna Jordan, Bryson Kimmons, Hailey Myddelton, and Macon Roberts were honored by their coaches Laurie Gilbert and Maryllyn Zessin (also pictured) in front of an audience of their family, friends, principal, and Bobcat fans after their track meet on Thursday. As seniors, the students were given special recognition for their time as members of the school's track team. You were all assets to the team and we will miss you. Thank you, seniors!
Submitted by Kallie McMillan
Some of Paxton's own, Kim Davenport (middle school Math), Angela Ellison (6th grade Math/Science/Reading), Jessica Cook (5th Grade), and Susan Rockman (US History/Avid), were recognized were being four of the highest impact teachers in the state of Florida. With this accomplishment, these four ladies have proven that they have the dedication and consistency to meet their own goals and help the students reach their goals. We appreciate everything you do and we are so proud you all are members of the Bobcat family.
Submitted by Kalli McMillan
Freeport High School's National Honor Society spent Friday (3/9/18) afternoon working on the beautification of their school. This is the second time this year that they have worked to make the outside of their school look more beautiful! A big thank you goes to these students for the hard work and effort!! Submitted by Patty Woodard.