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VRB Enjoys Field Days

May 18 2017

The week of May 8-12 was filled with sun and fun at Butler Elementary. Each day one grade level participated in field day activities organized by the PE staff. A great time was had by all! Submitted by Tammy Smith.

VRB Field Day

VRB Field DayVRB Field Day

VRB Field Day

WDE 2nd grade students performed “Hats” this past week. The musical was directed by Mr. Nathan Height. Hats of all shapes and sizes took over the stage when a group of milliners help Hatless Henrietta find the perfect hat.  Ima Milliner, who’s hat was not like the rest, showed off her wonderful, magnificent hat of her own creation.  She saw that no matter the hat, it is what’s in your head and heart that counts.  Singing songs like Let’s Party, The Perfect Hat for Me, Keep Your Head in the Game, Uncle Sam Is Who I Am and My Head and My Heart make this the perfect concert to end the year. Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.

WDE Hats

WDE Hats

WDE Hats

WDE Hats

WDE Hats

Van R. Butler students celebrated their year of reading with their pal Boodah at an end of year celebration.  The students that participated in the R.E.A.D. program received a personalized book, certificate, and a special “book worm” from the program coordinators. Submitted by Sherrie Binkowski.

Mossy Head School, with assistance from the Mossy Head School K-Kids, gave 240 new and gently used stuffed animals to the Walton County Sheriff's Department. During this school-wide community service project, the students went through their toy boxes or bought a new stuffed animal that will become a child’s new best friend in a time of need. Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither.

MSE is so proud of these former Little Warriors who are now graduating! Today, they walked the halls of MSE to show the students that hard work DOES lead to a diploma! Submitted by Krisy Spence/FB.

MSE Senior Walk

MSE Senior Walk

MSE Senior Walk

South Walton High School Seahawks Baseball won the Region championship.  They will leave on Monday to travel to Fort Myers to play in the Final Four.

Congratulations to Head Coach Nick Borthwick, assistant coaches and players for a great season and an exciting 2-0 win last night over Chipley.  A special thank you to all of the Seahawk fans for making the trip to Chipley and supporting the guys.

Way to go Seahawks!

Submitted by Barbara Stratton.

Former West DeFuniak Elementary students participated in a Senior Walk on Monday, May 15th.  Students had their arms outstretched as the Walton High School seniors walked by in cap and gown.  It was easy to see the benefits of this tradition. WHS seniors were setting an example for WDE’s students saying “one day, you too will be here.” Submitted by Darlene Paul.

WDE Senior Walk

Paxton Aerospace student Conner Varnum used Tinkercad to design a “claw” for his Seaperch underwater robot. The claw was printed on a 3D printer and fitted to the robot for use in an underwater challenge at the regional Seaperch competition. Submitted by Heather Stewart.

PHS Seaperch