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Unity Day

October 19, 2015

We will be wearing orange on Wednesday, October 21, to stand against bullying. Please join us in this effort to end bullying by wearing orange.

Red Ribbon Week

October 19, 2015

Red Ribbon Week

Butler Elementary will be supporting red ribbon week the last week of October. 

Monday, October 26: Red-y to be drug free. Wear as much red as possible.

Tuesday, October 27: My future is too BRIGHT for drugs. Wear your sunglasses to block out destructive choices.

Wednesday, October 28: Sock it to drugs. Wear your crazy socks.

Thursday, October 29: Can drugs. Bring a can in for the food drive.

Friday, October 30: Too busy going places to do drugs. Wear your favorite team shirt.

Pre-K Fun!

October 16, 2015

Our Pre-K classes had a fun time today with shaving cream making letters and shapes.

West DeFuniak Elementary is proud to announce the October Students of the Month. 

Front row left to right:  Cielo Zavala—Kindergarten, Jesus Estrada-Sanchez—1st Grade, Kiley Brooks—2nd Grade 

Back row left to right:  Clarice May—3rd Grade, Graison Dorr—4th Grade, Brantley Betts—5th Grade

 

The SWHS Boys Golf Team defeated Pensacola Catholic by 17 strokes on Tuesday, October 13th to win the district championship!

 

Team:  Flint Bekkers, Walker Lehman, Josh McGrath, Tyson Sanders, Jackson Weatherall, Coach Scott Michie

WDE Students and Florida Cookie  WDE Students and Florida Cookie

Fourth grade students at West DeFuniak recently studied Florida's regions and landforms.  To culminate their study, groups created Florida cookies and shared information with their classmates. Yum, Yum!

Fire Safety Week

October 13, 2015

On Monday, October 5, kindergarten and first grade students were attended a great demonstration by our local firefighters about fire safety. 

Deputy of the Day

October 13, 2015

Congratulations to Jasmine McGarigle of Mrs. Anderson's class! She was chosen as Deputy of the Day for her great work on Math Facts in a Flash.
Maude Saunders Elementary teachers share strategies for differntation and engagement during a recent professional learning session.

SSTRIDE©: Science Students Together Reaching Instructional Diversity & Excellence

"SSTRIDE© is an outreach effort of the FSU College of Medicine with support from Florida's Area Health Education Centers.

SSTRIDE©'s mission is to identify students who have a genuine interest in pursuing a career in science, engineering, mathematics, health, or medicine and to give those students the support services important for them to develop the sense of responsibility, focus and motivation necessary for success in their chosen fields." (http://med.fsu.edu/index.cfm?page=SSTRIDE.home)

Freeport Middle School and Freeport High School students were recently inducted into the SSTRIDE© program. Each SSTRIDE© student in 8th (FMS) and 9th grade (FHS) received a lab coat, words of encouragement, and a stethoscope. A special thank you to the Walton County SSTRIDE© Coordinator Penny Eubanks, SSTRIDE's Director Thesla Anderson, Julianna Godwin, a former USSTRIDE student and keynote speaker, and Anna Dyess, a SSTRIDE© Advisor.  A big thank you also goes out  to all of the induction attendees,  SSTRIDE© parents, FMS adminstration, Mr. Appel, the 8th grade SSTRIDE© instructor, and  the FHS SSTRIDE© students who assisted with the induction.