Mar 05 2019
FMS 6th grade science students were given the question “How do you think the nervous system works?”. Allowing students to turn, teach and expand on one another’s expertise, student are stretching their knowledge of the nervous system through collaboration learning and research. Submitted by Chelsea Ellison
Mar 04 2019
Participating VPK locations: Paxton, Freeport Elem, WISE Center – DeFuniak Springs, Van R. Butler, and Mossy Head schools.
Parents MUST register students at the school the students will be attending in the Fall or Spring. Registration will be held from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm on the following dates:
v March 4 – Wise Center- DeFuniak Springs
v March 5 – Mossy Head School
v March 6 – Freeport Elementary
v March 7 – Paxton School
v March 8 – Van R. Butler Elementary (Fall VPK Registration will be at Van R Butler Elem, but the site location will be determined at a later date.)
Program dates and hours are dependent upon options offered at your school choice.
Full-Day program for 1 semester – FREE – Fall or Spring for 6 1/2 hours per day.
- Ø Fall Semester – August 2019 to December 2019
- Ø Spring Semester – January 2020 to May 2020
Full-Year Half-Day program – FREE – for 3 1/4 hours per day
For full-year, half-day students, schools will be offering Extended Child Care Services for $50.00 per week per the Walton County School District Calendar. This program offers parents the free 3.25 hours of VPK and additional hours of paid child care services.
Parents will be notified of their child’s enrollment status following the enrollment period.
Must have the following documents to register:
- VPK Child Eligibility and Enrollment Certificate from the Early Learning Coalition – Apply at the following website: https://familyservices.floridaearlylearning.com
Please allow up to 5 business days for application review/approval
- Original Birth Certificate (child’s birthday must be from 2/2/14 – 9/1/15)
- Florida School Ready Physical (less than 1 year of your child's school entry date)
- Florida Immunization Record on Form 680
- Proof of Florida Residency
For more information, call (850) 892-1111
Mar 04 2019
Every year, in Mrs. Sammie Watson's 8th World Geography class, students pick a country that they "adopt" for the year. Recently, the students were assigned a project in which they had to bring in food that was to replicate the flag of their country. The students did an excellent job and the flags were delicious!
Submitted by Kalli McMillan
Mar 04 2019
Bay Elementary is celebrating beloved children's author Dr. Seuss this week in the wake of his birthday on March 2nd.
Pictured: Staff members Ana Tomblin, Third Grade Teacher, and Julie Mason, Data Entry Specialist, dress to impress for Monday themes to wear red or blue and read "One Fish, Two Fish."
Submitted by Lindsey Harp
This past month, for Black History Month, Mrs. Trinidad's Spanish students decorated her classroom door to celebrate this important month and show students examples of some of the people who changed our country (and world) for the better. The door specifically features Cuban singer Celia Cruz, the most popular Latin artist of the 20th century, who was awarded a National Medal of Arts. Submitted by Kalli McMillan