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Walton High students that completed their 1st MOS certification, as well as students meeting the 1st quarter Braves Book Challenge, were recognized and rewarded on November 8 at a pizza party at the Wee Care Park.  Congrats, and keep up the great work, Braves! Submitted by Christy English.

Walton Middle School presented their 45th Annual Veterans Day Celebration today, November 9, 2017,  with guest speaker and former Walton Middle School Warrior, Chaplain (Capt.) Jacob Williams, US Army.   The school invited all Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel in the surrounding area to show their appreciation and respect for their service and sacrifice!  

Ch Williams is pictured here with WCSD Superintendent Russell Hughes, and WMS Principal Jason Campbell.

Veterans, the Walton County School District honors YOU!  

submitted by Keitha Bledsoe

Students at WDE participated in the "Change For Books" fundraiser.  Each grade level competed to see who could raise the most money for books.  The winning grade level was rewarded with the opportunity to dunk our assistant principal, Mr. Rodney Free, or our school resource officer, Deputy Matthew Key.  The winning grade level - 3rd grade - brought in $238.99 with a total of $883.26 being raised throughout the school.  Thank you for helping us - and a special thanks to those who were dunked! Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.

WDE Change for Books

WDE Change for Books

WDE Change for Books

Families at Mossy Head School enjoyed a spaghetti dinner followed by exciting math activities on Thursday, November 2nd. Parents were able to participate in the math activities with their children to help learn different strategies for math. Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither.

MHS Math Night

MHS Math Night

MHS Math Night

Fall Festival Fun at MSE

November 6, 2017

There was plenty of food, fun, and family fun at the Maude Saunders Fall Festival Friday night! Submitted by Krisy Spence.

MSE Fall Festival

MSE Fall Festival

This week WDE Kindergarten students are writing thank you cards to send to veterans through Operation Gratitude while learning about Veteran’s Day. Each student decorated a heart-shaped flag card and wrote a thank you note on the back. Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.