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Pictured: Shaleigh Geoghagen cruising in for her
3rd place finish (22:05) at district and qualifying her to run at regionals.

The Paxton team  was all smiles as they earned the District Cross Country runnerup trophy and a berth to regionals.

Pictured left to right: Coach Laurie Gilbert, Tristan Coleman, Eugene Hall, Caleb Davis, Trenton Melcher, Phillip Anderson, Hailey Myddleton, Shawn White, Blaine Johnston and Principal Cindy Neale.

Also finishing in the top 15 at the district competition from Paxton was  Hailey Myddleton  (18:53) with a 4th place finish and Blaine Johnston (19:52) with an eighth place finish.

Last week students in Mrs. Shubert's 2nd grade class participated in Book Talk presentations. Each student chose a fictional character to portray as they recounted their book for the class.  Grayson Booker chose the book "Dragons love Tacos". He dressed up like the Dragon and brought in a taco prop. He enthused the class with his descriptive language and narrative details.  Grayson set the bar high for the remaining presenters.  Excellent Job Grayson!

South Walton High School's girls and boys cross country teams qualified for the state championship in Tallahassee on Saturday, October 31st.


Pictured: (Rear) John Martin, Brianna Sweat, Isabella Colt, Sidney Marotta, Chloe St. Aubin, Micah Ryan, Eliot Greene and Connor Norton.

(Front) Cameron Hughes, Madison Peele, Jacob Beadle and Travis Blech.


The Rosemary Beach Foundation presents cellist Carrie Miller in a visit to Freeport Elementary School's 4th grade class. The musician's performance is part of the annual music/art contest known as Music in Pictures. The students will create a painting based upon a choice of selected classical music pieces.

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.