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Paxton Art teachers, Corinne Wilson and Samie Wright, have set up a school art show in the school media center in connection with the school Book Fair. As part of a Parent and Family Engagement night, parents were able to come to the book fair with their students, and see their wonderful artwork during the evening!

submitted by Keitha Bledsoe

The Walton County School District is proud to announce that 5 of our schools have been selected by the Florida Department of Education as "Schools of Excellence." 

Schools are designated as Schools of Excellence if the school’s percentage of possible points earned in its school grade calculation is in the 80th percentile or higher for schools comprised of the same grade groupings (elementary, middle, high, and combination) for at least two of the last three school years if the school meets the qualifying criteria.

Congratulations to Van R. Butler Elementary, Emerald Coast Middle School, Seaside Neighborhood School, South Walton High School, and Freeport High School for receiving this high honor!  

submitted by Keitha Bledsoe

The Freeport Elementary students enjoyed a fun Fall Festival on campus as they welcomed the season! 

FES First Graders enjoy Pumpkin Day, and FES Kindergarten students had a great romp in the Pumpkin Patch! 

       

submitted by Nancy Currie

Students at Mossy Head School enjoyed our 10th Annual Fall Fling. There were many fun activities including an obstacle course, hay ride, pie in the face, cupcake walk, bounce house and many more exciting booths. A good time was had by all!

submitted by Elizabeth Gaither

     

      

 

2nd grade students in Mrs. Jessica Dawkins’ class at WDE participated in a month long reading challenge. Students who read 16 books during the month of October were entered into a drawing. Mr. Rodney Free is pictured with our lucky winners, Emmalin Monsen and Jonah Baur. Each student received a jar of candy corn! Thank you Mr. Free for drawing the names of our winners!

submitted by Jessica Dawkins

Students at ECMS gathered together wearing Orange in support of the Pacer.org and EmeraldCoastKids.org's campaigns against bullying, and in support of kindness, acceptance, inclusion and unity!

FHS Student, Jenna Martin, received a monetary award from Florida Farm Bureau for placing 3rd in the 2017 Speech Competition. The topic of this year's speeches was "Today's food companies employ many tactics including food labels to gain a marketing edge. How can farmers and ranchers ensure that consumers understand these labels and have confidence in the safety and quality of their food?"  Jenna is a student in the Youth Leadership class at FHS, which is under the supervision of Jamey Goddin, FHS Instructor.  Pictured left to right is Allen Scheffer - Florida Farm Bureau Federation, Jenna Martin, and Charlie McKinley – Florida Farm Bureau Federation. Submitted by Jamey Goddin.

Farm Bureau Topic 2017