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Walton High School's Mock Trial team was chosen by the other participants (6 teams listed below) in the First Judicial Circuit Mock Trial Competition to receive the Professionalism Award. The six teams from WHS, Navarre High, Pensacola High, Gulf Breeze High, Tate High, and Catholic High participated in the four day academic competition at the M. C. Blanchard Building in Pensacola, Florida. These teams of 6-8 students simulated the roles of both attorneys and witnesses in a fictional trial situation. 

Submitted by Kelly Stephenson

February 8, 2018 the Walton County School Board Members met with: 

As a special treat at the PHS Homecoming Pep Rally, the Spanish Club (lead by their sponsor: Micah Trinidad) performed a medley of Latin dances for the entire student body. The performance included dance styles like Bachata, Merengue, and Salsa. Great job, Spanish Club!

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

After their victory against the Ponce de Leon Pirates this past Saturday, the Paxton Ladycats have been named district champs. Way to go, Ladycats! Your fellow Paxtonians are so proud!

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

Several new students were inducted into PHS' National Honor Students, a club for students who strive for academic excellence. The following students were inducted (L to R): Front Row - Ciara Stricklin, Trinity Shedd, Skye Ramsey, Paiyton Perry, Natalie Allred, and Hailey Ard. Back Row - Jacqueline Stricklin, Halie Porter, Tristan Petty, Adam Hall, Chelsea Deramus, Hailee Bryan, Philip Anderson, and Sadie Varnum. 

Submitted by Kalli McMillan


Congratulations to these Freeport High School Band students attending the 2018 University of South Carolina Band Clinic and Conductors Symposium on February 11, 2018!

(Left to right) Ashlynn Fannin (trombone); Ethan Carlock (flute); Larry Wheeler (tuba); Dylan Estess (euphonium)

Submitted by Michael Miller

Freeport Middle School recently received a grant from the St. Joe Community Foundation for $10,700. This grant will be used to purchase the resources necessary to start an afterschool STEM program in hopes of maintaining students’ enthusiasm for science throughout their middle school career and beyond. The resources will also be used to create hands-on classroom lab experiences for science classrooms. A big thank you to Ms. Brianna Leavins for writing the grant and a huge thank you as well to the St. Joe Community Foundation for providing the opportunity and the grant! Pictured left to right:  Janet Piepul, St. JoE Executive Director, Brianna Leavins, FMS Interventionist/Instructional Coach.  

Submitted by Sharie Smith

Mrs. Moore's 5th Grade class at Mossy Head learned about the different layers of skin and how important skin is to the human body. Students used pudding, Oreo crumbs and Twizzlers to replicate the layers of skin, hair and blood vessels.

       

Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither