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Congratulations to Noah Majors for qualifying at the district golf tournament.  He now advances to regionals, which will be held Tuesday, October 18, in Sandestin. Submitted by Christy English.

Congratulations to the following WHS students for meeting the 25 Book Challenge requirement of at least seven books for the 1st quarter.   Students were treated to a party on the patio (including pizza, snacks, and music) on Friday, October 14, followed by free time in the gym.


9th grade:
Raegan Clardy
Cheyenne Cordle
Tia Harknett
Laura Smith
Gabriell Wiggins

 

10th grade:
Sabreena Bentley
Katelyn Lloyd
Shannon Mackenstein
Lucas Myers
Miranda Willis

11th grade:
Natalie Allred
Trinity West-Ciappio
Paige Howell
Clay Lemay
Darien Mason
Hannah Mays
Brittany Nobles
Rachel Smith

 

12th grade:
Maddy Bramel
Kyle Burch
Hayden Clemmons
James Coffman
Latayia Gregg
Skylar Hagan
Anthony King
Emma Kuykendall
Amante' Tolbert

Submitted by Christy English

Third grade students at West Defuniak Elementary learned about the states of matter by making Root Beer Floats. They enjoyed making a tasty treat that contained a solid, a liquid, and a gas! Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.

Walton High School will host the 5th annual Veterans Day program in the auditorium on Thursday, November 10, during 6th period (1:20 p.m.).   All veterans and their families are cordially invited to attend this special program. Submitted by Christy English.

Congratulations to Haven Varnum, 8th grade, and her teacher Steve Ruder from Paxton school, for having her art work selected to represent the Walton County School District in the Art in the Capitol competition. The Art in the Capitol competition is a statewide visual arts competition that requires each school district to annually hold an art competition for all students grades 6-8.  The art works are displayed in the Capital Building during the regular legislative session. Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe.

Student Council Officers (LtoR)

President:                   Reed Leavins

Vice President:          Emma Ludwig

Secretary:                   Ethan Cruz

Treasurer:                  Savannah Smith

Submitted by Nancy Currie

Mrs. West's Career Planning classes at Walton Middle School have made a commitment to complete a community project each nine weeks. The first nine weeks, the classes chose to show their appreciation to the city police officers.  Each student wrote a thank you letter to the officers, and each officer received a survival kit full of goodies donated by the students' families. Submitted by Kristen Rhodes.