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Over a two week period, 7th grade students at ECMS visited the E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center in Freeport.  The Center educates, approximately 100 students a day in fourth and seventh grades. Visits to the Center are free and over 20 programs with different environmental science lessons are offered. ECMS students and staff were privileged to visit the center, and bring science into their hands for real-life learning experiences. Submitted by Angela Vance.

 
ECMS 8th Graders continue the annual tradition of closing out the school year with a Tie-Dye Celebration! We wish each of them luck in their continued educational journey as they move on to high school. Submitted by Angela Vance. 

Van R. Butler Elementary PreK students celebrated the end of their school year by entertaining their parents and friends with a program of songs. Following the presentation, everyone had a blast at water day! Submitted by Tammy Smith.

VRB PreK

VRB PreK

Freeport Middle School 8th grade AVID students attended "classes" at Florida State University on Wednesday. Throughout the tour, they learned the history of the school, walked the campus, and fit right in.  These 8th grade AVID students have already visited three area post-secondary schools, Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, University of West Florida in Pensacola, and Florida State University in Tallahassee. Submitted by Kendra Peloquin.

Thank you Deputy White for your years of service and protection at Bay Elementary School. Our students have learned a lot from you and enjoyed your presence on campus. Enjoy retirement and know you will be missed! Submitted by Cindy Stewart.

South Walton High School Seahawks Baseball won the Region championship.  They will leave on Monday to travel to Fort Myers to play in the Final Four.

Congratulations to Head Coach Nick Borthwick, assistant coaches and players for a great season and an exciting 2-0 win last night over Chipley.  A special thank you to all of the Seahawk fans for making the trip to Chipley and supporting the guys.

Way to go Seahawks!

Submitted by Barbara Stratton.

Mossy Head School, with assistance from the Mossy Head School K-Kids, gave 240 new and gently used stuffed animals to the Walton County Sheriff's Department. During this school-wide community service project, the students went through their toy boxes or bought a new stuffed animal that will become a child’s new best friend in a time of need. Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither.

MSE is so proud of these former Little Warriors who are now graduating! Today, they walked the halls of MSE to show the students that hard work DOES lead to a diploma! Submitted by Krisy Spence/FB.

MSE Senior Walk

MSE Senior Walk

MSE Senior Walk