Kindergarten students at Butler Elementary School have been learning about Community Helpers. When they had a chance to dress up and show what they want to be when they grow up, it was no surprise that there were a lot of “First Responders” in the hallways! Our School Resource Deputy, Casy Lloyd, was excited to gather this elite group for a picture! Submitted by Tammy Smith.
Superintendent Hughes, Faculty and Staff working with the In10sity Magnet Program students to build a sense of family and community. Plus, a new look for the entrance to In10sity Magnet Program. Changing the look and changing the future, one day at a time. We would like to send out a special thanks to our community partner Piggly Wiggly for their involvement in this program. Submitted by Lisa Pitts and Chelsea Martin.
Sep 13 2017
The faculty and staff of West DeFuniak Elementary rallied around their co-worker, Dawn Barone, who is currently undergoing chemo therapy treatments. Mrs. Barone's treatments have resulted in her losing her hair. As the guidance counselor, Mrs. Barone often speaks with students about their character. Today, our faculty and staff were able to teach about compassion by wearing bandanas to support Mrs. Barone! We love you, Dawn! We're all in this together! #TeamBarone Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.
Sep 11 2017
Good evening. This is a message from your Superintendent, Mr. Russell Hughes. I will be making an announcement by 2:00 P.M tomorrow, Monday, September 11th in reference to schools being opened or closed for Tuesday, September 12th. Please look to the Walton County School district or your individual school’s websites for further information. Stay safe.
Sep 07 2017
What makes things move? WDE second graders used marshmallow shooters to investigate forces. Students learned that nothing moves without force and that everything can be moved if the force is strong enough. The way to put an object in motion is by pushing it or pulling it. Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.