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Each year the Veteran of Foreign Wars (VFW) sponsors the Patriot's Pen essay competion for students in grades 6-8. Joshua Wilmoth, an eighth grade student at Walton Middle School is the first place winner for the 2015 Walton County VFW Patriot's Pen competition. Joshua's essay has been submitted to the regional competition. Congratulations and good luck at regionals Joshua!

Veteran's Day Program

November 18, 2015

We honored our Veterans on Thursday, November 12. Our guest speaker was Staff Sergeant James O'Donoghue. We enjoyed patriotic songs and a performance by the chorus. Thank you to all of our veterans.

PTO Coupon Book Winners

November 18, 2015

These were the top coupon book sellers for the PTO fundraiser. Congratulations to Bennett Minor, Isabella Lee, Ty Nguyen, Eli Hollington, and Hannah Herrick (Not pictured)!

Tropicana Speech Winners

November 18, 2015

Fourth grade held its annual Tropicana Speech Contest. The classroom winners competed this past Monday, November 16. Congratulations to Sami Thompson for placing third. Lacy Oden placed second, and the first place student was Piper Kurfirst. Lacy and Piper will continue on to the next round at the district level. Good luck!

Thank a Vet! Chorus Program

November 18, 2015

Our Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Rebecca Austin, preformed on November 17. It was a wonderful and patriotic night thanking our veterans. Be sure to check out the upcoming concerts. 

Midsummer Night's Dream

November 18, 2015

Our second and third grade students had an opportunity to see A Midsummer Night's Dream put on by the Emerald Coast Theatre Company. 

The Walton County School District Transportation Department is pleased to announce the 2015-2016 Transportation Educational Support Personnel of the year for the four regions.  Transportation Coordinator Jim Hicks stated, “These employees have extended themselves beyond the basic required duties by displaying initiative and creativity. Each of them consistently demonstrates exceptional skill and dedication to their job and by doing so, they have earned the respect and admiration of their colleagues and the community.  On behalf of the WCSD, I would like to congratulate all on a job well done!”

Pictured left to right:  Ann Sexton, Paxton;  Sharon Santiago, Freeport; Tammy Ramsey, DeFuniak Springs; Jim Williams, South Walton


 If you are the parent or guardian of a Walton Middle School student, please bring your family and attend the upcoming "Making Math Matter" Title 1 Parent Training Night.  The event will kick-off in the WMS cafeteria on Thursday, December 3rd, at 6:00 p.m, as families enjoy a FREE dinner of pizza, desserts, and soft drinks.  After dinner, families will rotate between math-themed presentations and trainings--all geared toward making math matter outside of the classroom.  Families can also shop in the WMS holiday gift store, full of student-crafted items.  Free childcare will be provided for young children ages 4 to 5th grade.  'Tis the season for new learning at Walton Middle School, where math will come alive as families come together.