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See what CTE has to offer by viewing CTE: Learning that Works for America and also check out the many CTE Programs that WCSD has to offer throughout the district at http://walton.k12.fl.us/career-and-technical-education

If you have any questions concerning CTE programs or how industry certifications could articulate to college credit, please contact your school's guidance counselor or the WCSD Career Counselor at 892-1100, Ext: 1358.  Submitted by Donna Honish.

The FES first Lego League teams competed in their first qualifying competition at Davidson Middle School on January 27th. They scored well in their events and are looking forward to attending another event next year.  Submitted by Nancy Currie.

MHS Celebrates Literacy Week

February 6, 2018

Students at Mossy Head School enjoyed various activities to celebrate Literacy Week and the theme, "Lost in a Book." Just a few of the activities include the following...Students paired up with other classes and grade levels for partner reading. The entire school participated in D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read) time. Classes decorated their doors to show off which book they were "lost" in. Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither.

Maude Saunders staff and students gathered for a night of Olympic math challenges.  Families participated in a variety of fun events, sharpened their math skills, posed for some photos,  and were awarded with a Gold medal at the end of the night. Submitted by Krisy Spence.

Congratulations to WHS student Jarrett Sniezko for earning a spot in the Southern Knights Drum & Bugle Corps.  He will tour the country this summer, and compete all over the US with finals ending in Pennsylvania on September 2, 2018.  Jarrett is the second Walton High band student to be offered a contract this year, and this is quite possibly the first time in school history that two students have made the Drum Corps in the same year.   In addition, Jarrett is the 5th student in 20 years to be chosen for the Corps.

Submitted by Chad Robbins and Christy English 

Paxton Homecoming Fun

February 2, 2018

With the help of Coach Laurie Gilbert and Mrs. Samie Wright, fifth grade students performed for the rest of the school to kick off Homecoming 2018. The students were able to show off their dribbling and dancing skills. Also, the class of 2025 included a special message for the class of 2018. The fifth graders did an amazing job and were very entertaining!

PHS' class of 2018 started their last Homecoming week with a moment to celebrate their time together in a huddle in the middle of the gym floor.

Paxton Homecoming

Alex Bradshaw (8th), Jeffrey Wilson (7th), and Addison Hunt (6th) competed in Paxton's annual Project Runway Competition as part of the Homecoming celebrations.

Paxton Homecoming

Submitted by Kalli McMillan.

Science Night was EPIC at Mossy Head School! Families and teachers enjoyed engaging activities during Mossy Head School's annual Science Night which had another big turn out this year. Students and their families were able to explore and learn from a variety of hands-on experiments and experience and learn about space in The Planetarium all provided by Emerald Coast Science Center. They were able to experience more hands on learning during presentations by Nonie's Ark. Submitted by Allie Blanton.

MHS Sceince Night

MHS Sceince Night

MHS Sceince Night

MHS Sceince Night

MHS Sceince Night