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Submitted by Barbara Stratton, South Walton High School

South Walton High School Freshman Jielle Paul has won an iPad for being #1 in the State of Florida on Math Nation.  She earned the iPad for her involvement on the Geometry Wall, helping other students and answering challenge questions.  Jielle is a wonderful student, very helpful and always prepared for class.  The entire South Walton High School student body is proud of her success.

Submitted by Sherrie Binkowski, Van R. Butler Elementary School

On Thursday, April 14th Van R. Butler Elementary was filled with mad scientists. Students had the opportunity to complete several science experiments. After completing their experiments, students were able to create and eat a “magic potion”.

 

Science Night

April 15, 2016

Mad Scientist Night was so much fun! Students had the opportunity to complete several different science experiments. At the end, students also got to create and eat a magic potion. 

Science Night

April 15, 2016

Mad Scientist Night was so much fun! Students had the opportunity to complete several different science experiments. At the end, students also got to create and eat a magic potion. 

Submitted by Cindy Neale, Paxton

The Florida Chautauqua awarded Mrs. Powell's Economics class a Certificate of Recognition and a $25 check for their Chautauqua Assembly exhibit "Game Board Entertainment vs. Electronic Games." The presentation placed second in the People's Choice Award and was rated as Outstanding by Assembly Judges.

 

Book Fair

April 12, 2016

The book fair is here! Come and buy some groovy books until Tuesday, 4-19. It is open from 8:00 - 2:30 every day. Mrs. Shelton will also have the media center open on Science Night, so be sure to visit her. 

Submitted by Kristen Rhodes, Walton Middle School

Walton Middle School's Science Club took a trip to WonderWorks in Panama City Beach, on Tuesday, April 5th, 2016.  Students and staff had a spectacular time!

Submitted by Kristen Rhodes, Walton Middle School

Walton Middle School seventh grade science teacher Greer Harvell spent her spring break attending the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.  While there, Mrs. Harvell earned the honor of receiving the Vernier Technology Award for using probeware to monitor water quality at Lake DeFuniak.  Also, while at the conference, Mrs. Harvell had the opportunity to meet Bill Nye the Science Guy.

Greer Harvell Receives Vernier Technology Award

Freeport High School, South Walton High School, and Walton High School youth leadership students participated in a "Shark Tank" event sponsored by the Walton Chamber of Commerce.  The event was held at 4Cs BBQ Restaurant for the Chamber's First Friday Breakfast.  A group from each school presented a business plan that they collaboratively developed.  All of the students as well as their youth leadership teachers should be commended for their hard work as it was evidenced by their presentations. The Chamber members were very impressed with the students!