May 04 2015
Maude Saunders Elementary school art teacher Kathy Harrah was joined by a few of the artists from the Music in Pictures program recognition. Alex Dobson, Gavin Hall, Krista Laviolette, and Emalee Wright are pictured. The rest of the scholars were recognized at the school on Monday and all received medals for their outstanding artwork. Congratulations, artists!
May 01 2015
MUSIC IN PICTURES Student Art Exhibit
March 9 – April 17, 2015
Amavida (Rosemary Beach), Sacred Heart Hospital, and Coastal Branch Library
MUSIC IN PICTURES is a year-long educational art initiative presented by Rosemary Beach Foundation. Created in collaboration with professional musicians and university faculty, the program is open to ALL students in grade K-12 in the Walton County school system--both public and private.
Fifteen Walton County Schools are participating in the 2014/2015 project.
Public: Bay Elementary School, Emerald Coast Middle School, Freeport Middle School, Freeport High School, Maude Saunders Elementary School, Mossy Head School, Paxton School, Seacoast High School, Seaside School, South Walton High School, Van R. Butler Elementary School, Walton Middle School, Walton High School Private: South Walton Montessori School and Treehouse Montessori School
The 2015 awards are divided into four categories:
- Best in Show
- Grand Prize Winners
- Chairman Awards
2015 BEST IN SHOW
Tyler Johnson Van R. Butler Elementary School Elementary
Sofia Papagni Emerald Coast Middle School Middle
Linda Leann Ivey South Walton High School High
2015 GRAND PRIZE WINNERS (Grade Level)
Lindsay McMahon, Van R. Butler Elementary School, K
Madisyn Catalono, Van R. Butler Elementary School, 1st
Bella Fisher, Van R. Butler Elementary School, 2nd
Aven Helms, Mossy Head School, 3rd
Alyssa Rawls, Paxton School, 4th
Madison Hongyee, Emerald Coast Middle School, 5th
Nylah Mateen, Emerald Coast Middle School, 6th
Jacob Fazio, Seaside Neighborhood School, 7th
Hanna Sumpter, Seaside Neighborhood School, 8th
Caroline Murphy, Seacoast Collegiate High School, 9th
Dillon Dewitt, South Walton High School, 10th
Cierra Amaya, South Walton High School, 11th
Lizette Villalebos, Walton High School, 12th
2015 Chairman Awards (School)
Sophie Hezinger, Bay Elementary School, 1st
Karen Yanez, Emerald Coast Middle School, 8th
Zakirah Way, Freeport Middle School, 5th
Camryn Hepner, Freeport High School, 10th
Ollinca Soto Yovis, Maude Saunders Elementary School, 3rd
Kira Young, Mossy Head School, 5th
Gwen Ramsey, Paxton School, 4th
Gage Martin, Seacoast Collegiate High School, 10th
Ethan Skinner, Seaside Neighborhood School, 6th
Olivia Sanders, South Walton High School, 11th
Max Hanson, South Walton Montessori Academy, 3rd
Samantha Torrey, The Tree House Montessori School, K
Sawyer Roberson, Van R. Butler Elementary School, 4th
Kiley Johnson, Walton Middle School, 6th
Ren Wright, Walton High School, 10th
The artwork of 335 Medalists will also be on exhibit.
Apr 29 2015
The sixth annual concert, “FULL SCORE: Spring Showcase for the Arts”, will be presented at 6:30 PM at the Walton High School Auditorium on May 1st, 2015. Ron Kelley will be the master of ceremonies for the evening as public schools bring this year’s performance highlights to the stage.
Tickets are on sale in advance for $5.00 or at the door for $7.00. Student tickets are $3.00 and children 5 and under are free. Students in music programs of Walton County are currently selling tickets.
This year’s concert will include elementary, chorus, band, jazz band, and steel pan drum performances. Vocal and instrumental solos will also be included. Music teachers have a special treat for the presentation of our National Anthem this year!
This is a fantastic way to show our community how much you support music education and the talented youth of Walton County.
Apr 28 2015
Apr 28 2015
Parents, staff, and students were able to meet hundreds of famous people at Maude Saunders Elementary School recently. Each first grader researched, created a cardboard cutout, and became an expert on one famous person. Guests were delighted to get to talk one-on-one with the likes of George Washington, Barack Obama, Usher, Henry Ford, and many more famous personalities. The teachers, students, and guests all enjoyed spending time with so many well-known faces!
Shown here are Ruby Bridges (Jeana Lee), George Washington Carver (William Anderson), Abraham Lincoln (Michael Mitchem), Laura Ingalls Wilder (Makatie Richards), Amelia Earhart (Kaylie Harrison), Martin Luther King (Aiden Willcox) , Mother Theresa (Payton McMillian), and Jane Goodall (Ava Taylor)