Superintendent A. Russell Hughes visited the Wise Pre-K Center and read to the students in Mrs. McBroom’s class. The children were delighted with his reading of “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!”, a favorite by best loved author, cartoonist, animator and artist, Theodor Seuss Geisel, best known to the world as “Dr. Seuss.” Dr. Seuss’ birthday is March 2nd, and is recognized across the county in schools, libraries, and community centers by bringing children, teens, adults and books together to celebrate literacy. Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe.
Mar 06 2017
All Walton County School District Students and Staff will be out for Spring Break the week of March 13-17, 2017. Students will have an early release day Thursday, March 9, 2017, and students will be out of school on Friday, March 10, 2017, due to a Teacher work day. We hope you have a safe Spring Break and look forward to seeing you back in school on Monday, March 20, 2017. Submitted by Donna Honish.
Mar 06 2017
At Math Bowl
*South Walton was the only school to have all of their students place in the top ten in the individual round
*Braxton Bibb placed 1st (and got a $50 gift card)
*Jordan Nichols placed 3rd
*Ben Balfanz placed 5th
*Tyson Sander placed 9th
*Jacob Tisdale placed 10th
*South Walton got 2nd place overall!
Submitted by Barbara Stratton.
Mar 03 2017
Mar 02 2017
The Media Specialist at WDE, Mrs. Goodman, spoke to several third grade classes about choosing a great chapter book. Authors, genres, reading levels, and topics that were interesting to the students were discussed. Third grade teachers are working with students to build their reading stamina! Mrs. Adkinson's class is pictured with Mrs. Goodman as they prepare to choose their books. Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.
2nd graders at West DeFuniak Elementary participated in planting potatoes in a grade level garden on Wednesday, March 1st. The students were able to individually plant their own potatoes. Students learned that potatoes are usually planted first in a spring garden and what the criteria is for planting potatoes. The students had a blast working in the garden and getting a little dirty! Students are excited to see how well their plants will grow in their garden this year. Submitted by Amber Carnley/Jessica Dawkins.