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The PHS 2nd graders enjoyed a fun and educational trip to the Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park, where they they were able to learn about and interact with different types of marine life that inhabit the Florida Gulf.

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

In Mrs. Parker’s 8th grade science class students dissected American Leopard frogs. Students compared the organ systems of a frog to a human. Stay tuned next week, for our tie-dye t-shirt creations - Mrs. Parker.

Submitted by Angela Vance

           

The WHS baseball team recently got to watch a Northwest Florida State College baseball game and go to FCA to listen to guest speaker Darryl Strawberry. They had a great time and represented Walton High well!

Submitted by Christy English

   

     

ECMS hosted the Special Olympics Florida - Walton activities on Friday, May 11, 2018. Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and competition to children and adults 8 years of age and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Currently Special Olympics Florida - Walton serves 67 athletes throughout Walton County.

It was a wonderful day for all the participants who also got a special visit from McGruff the Crime Dog with the Walton County Sheriff's Office!  Congratulations to all the participants!!

Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe; photo credit: Chaela Floyd

                                                                 

      

                                                                    

              

 Walton High Seniors who previously attended Maude Saunders took a celebration stroll through the halls today, as our Little Warriors lined the halls and cheered.  It is inspiring to see what these students have accomplished, and we wish them all the best.

 

Submitted by Krisy Chandler Spence

On Friday, May 11th students from Mrs. Gina Ealum’s WDE class participated in the Special Olympics at ECMS. Students placed in many events and we are proud to announce the following awards:

Autumn Patterson (4th grade) – 1st place 50m dash; 1st place 100m dash; 6th place shot put

Tyler Penn (5th grade) – 1st place Long Jump; 3rd place 50m dash; 3rd place 100m dash

Demonte’ Clark (3rd grade) – 1st place 50m dash; 1st place 100m dash; 2nd place softball throw

Congratulations to these students for their amazing accomplishments!

Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.

The entire Bobcat family would have been flooded with pride over the STEM Club at the LEGO League Jr. EXPO in Fort Walton Beach. Students nailed their interview with the judges, and impressed everyone with their LEGO creation.  A judge said their presentation and board was EPIC and E.P.I.C. is what they were striving for!

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

On May 9th and 10th Freeport Middle School students participated in the inaugural FMS Algebra 1 Boot camp to prepare for the EOC. Over the course of two days, students rotated among three sessions to help prepare them to be successful on the EOC. Collectively the students completed around 7,000 problems over the course of the two days. Students ended the boot camp with a pep talk, and words of encouragement from Principal Harrison.

Submitted by Lauren Moore

FBLA did an awesome job at the recent Relay for Life!  A lot of students came out to support this great cause, and Coach Harless even got in the dunking booth!

Submitted by Christy English

              

        

Recognizing Our EPIC WCSD Teachers, Administrators, and Support Staff!!!

Nowhere in the educational community will you find employees more charitable and generous than right here in the Walton County School District, Florida!!! 

Cindy Holmes, Resource Development Director of United Way of Okaloosa and Walton Counties recently reported that the approximately 1,000 employees of WCSD supported the United Way campaign this school year (2017-2018) by pledging nearly $29,000 to help provide services in the local community!!! 

Superintendent A. Russell Hughes indicated this was no surprise to him knowing how big-hearted, dedicated and committed our employees are to making our corner of the world a better place.  “This tells the story of who we are!” stated Mr. Hughes.