Mrs. Daniel’s fourth grade students at WDE observed the parts of a flower by dissecting tiger lilies. First, they separated the sepal to discover the protection it provides for the stamen and pistil. Then, they extracted pollen on their fingers from the stamen supporting the concept of pollination. Finally, they located the pistil of the flower in order to understand fertilization.
Pictured: Jordan Lucious, Dariyon Moore, Laney Garrett, Gabby Zemanick, and Noel Estrada.
Submitted by Jessica Dawkins
Paxton's 7th and 8th grade technology students have been learning a lot about coding so far this year. In their class, where they are in the ICT Essentials program, students are learning how to edit existing algorithms and create their own. To put the concept into a new perspective for the students, Miss McMillan's class completed an activity in which they used block segments to create their own small obstacle course for their lego figure to go through. The students had to write out an algorithm that others could easily follow in order to complete the obstacle course. They students did an excellent job with this activity and were very creative in the process. Way to be EPIC, Bobcats!
Submitted by Kalli McMillan
Oct 03 2018
Second grade students at WDE enjoyed learning about the states of matter by making Root Beer Floats. They enjoyed making a tasty treat that contained a solid, liquid, and a gas! Submitted by Jessica Dawkins
1st Picture – Mrs. Jessica Dawkins’ 2nd grade class
Mary Ruth Rhodes
2nd Picture - Mrs. Jessica Dawkins’ 2nd grade class
Mrs. Emily Dickey’s Second Grade Class
Every month, Mr. A. Russell Hughes, Walton County, Florida Superintendent of Schools, will share a video message with an update on the exciting things happening in the Walton County School District, Walton County, Florida. Check back often to stay informed on all the activities, events and accomplishments of teachers and students in the Walton County School District.
This month's video was filmed at the Walton County Fairgrounds where the annual Fair will open on October 8-13, 2018. Superintendent Hughes discusses the importance of school attendance, the end of the first 9 weeks, and some important events during the month!
Students in Mrs. Whitney Walker’s English IV classes had visitors from Gulf Coast State College.
Instructor Rhonda Weatherbie and student Cheri Hampton spoke to the students about Gulf Coast’s Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting programs.
Other visitors throughout the week included Lincoln Tech (Automotive), Gulf Coast State College (Sonography and Radiography), Northwest Florida State College (Computer Technology, Business and Law Enforcement Academy, Hospitality and Tourism, Culinary Arts, Fine Arts and Nursing).
Submitted by Barbara Stratton
The Walton High School Band performed on Saturday September 29th at the Rehobeth Marching Classic at Rehobeth High School in Dothan, Alabama. The band was adjudicated by professionals from around the Tri-State area in the following categories: Color Guard, Percussion, Drum Major, Music, General Effect, and Marching. They received straight Superior Ratings in all categories!! Congratulations to this outstanding group of musicians, and their director, Chad Robbins. They will perform again this coming Saturday, October 6, in the A-Town Invitational to be held this year at the Opp High School stadium.
Sep 28 2018
Students, families, and staff at Mossy Head School enjoyed Tang Math Day/Night! Greg Tang, Jr. worked with students throughout the day to share hands-on math games to enhance math skills. Teachers participated in a Professional Learning session with Mr. Tang where he was able to model problem solving strategies and introduce new math enrichment games to implement with students. The day was complete with a Family Math Night with Mr. Tang leading families through math exploration. It was a fun-filled math day for all ages! Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither
MHS welcomed fathers, grandfathers and other family members for "Dads Take Your Child to School Day". Our visitors were able to eat breakfast with their children and then participate in a STEM activity in their child's classroom. We would like to say a special "thank you" to all the community members who came out to support our school. We always look forward to opportunities to share our students learning experiences with parents and the community. We appreciate everyone who came out to participate in this event. Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither