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WHS students and staff wore pink on October 19 to show support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to honor those fighting the disease.  And the football field was covered in pink at the Powder Puff game that afternoon. Submitted by Christy English.

WHS Pink

WHS Pink

WHS Pink

For a specified time recently, Publix took a portion of proceeds from the community shopping at the Freeport store and used it to purchase school supplies and materials for our students. 

Special thanks to Publix for being such great community to school partners!

submitted by Nancy Currie

SWHS is bringing Unity to their campus and showing a stance against bullying through the Kindness Rocks Project.  Plus, SWHS Principal, Dr. Alexis Tibbetts, issued a challenge to all students to sign the Unity Day pledge to stand together against bullying and be united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Over 450 students accepted that challenge and signed the pledge!  Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe.

SWHS Rocks

SWHS Rocks

SWHS Rocks

Freeport High School Student Government Association participated in the Junior League of the Emerald Coast's Child Clothing Project. Students were shopping buddies, served lunch in the snack bar and handled the packing of busses with children's purchases. Over 200 elementary students attended today's event. Submitted by Patty Woodard/Vanessa Bump.

FHS Stud Govt

FHS Stud Govt

FHS Stud Govt

FHS Stud Govt

FHS Stud Govt