Walton County School District Observes Black History Month WALTON HIGH SCHOOL ESP SHOWCASE
March 1, 2022
Francis London is a veteran member of the custodial staff at Walton High School. She has been working to ensure classroom and hallway cleanliness for 18 years in the Walton High building. Francis takes pride in keeping the school clean and safe for students to learn. Mrs. London is married and has four boys. She says she loves to "hang out with her family!" In addition, Francis says the staff at Walton are beautiful people, and she enjoys coming to work; everyone I work with is a lot of fun!" Francis finds pleasure in working and helping the children on campus. "I want to say too that Ms. Leavins is a phenomenal leader and an even sweeter person," she says. Thank you, Mrs. London, for supporting Walton County School District children!
Isidore Jackson serves Walton High School as a Paraprofessional and football coach. Mr. Jackson is a graduate of Walton High, and after leaving for college, he chose to return to serve the students of Walton County. He has been a part of the Walton County School District for seven years, sharing his expertise in athletics. Mr. Jackson is married has five children; three girls and two sons. Fishing is one of his favorite pastimes, and he says he finds it relaxing. Thank you, Mr. Jackson, for supporting Walton County School District Children!
TERESA JANE BURKS
Teresa Burks serves Walton High school as a member of the cafeteria staff. Ms. Burks makes sure WHS students are receiving high-quality, nutritious meals prepared with love. She has one daughter and enjoys going to church every Sunday. Most often, Teresa spends time with her daughter and mother. She loves family and people. Ms. Burks is an excellent fit for Walton High School; Braves treat each other like family! Thank you, Ms. Burks, for supporting Walton County School District children!
Willie Shipman is a member of the custodial team at Walton High. Willie has been with the District for six years, and he has been on the custodial team for other schools in our county. Wille always wears a smile and takes pride in ensuring the students of Walton High school can learn and play in a clean and safe environment. Mr. Shipman is married and has three children; two girls and one son. He is an excellent cook and enjoys preparing meals for friends. When he wants to relax, he enjoys fishing and hunting. Thank you, Mr. Shipman, for supporting Walton County School District children!