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Not even the frigid weather could stop the Seahawk fans from cheering on their girls and boys soccer teams to victories tonight for quarter final regional playoffs. Go Hawks!

 

WCSD Schools resume Wednesday, February 17th.  We are excited to see everyone return to school and hope everyone remained safe during the inclement weather day.  As always safety is our number one priority, so thank you for your understanding and support.   

Walton County Schools Closed Tuesday, February 16th

Due to extreme weather conditions expected tomorrow morning, all Walton County schools will close tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16th.  Closures include both students and employees.  Extra-curricular activities may resume after 12.00 P.M. noon.  Please check with your school for additional extra-curricular details.  SPICE locations can also check with their SPICE facilitator for more information.  Based on information from Emergency Management, below freezing temperatures and possible ice on roads are expected for the Walton County area.  The WCSD will continue to monitor the weather with our local experts.  Stay safe and continue to check our district and schools’ websites and social media platforms for more information. 

Weather Update 2/15/21

February 15, 2021

Weather Update 2/15/21

The WCSD is currently monitoring weather forecasts along with Emergency Management.  More information regarding tomorrow’s plans will be made after a 1:30 pm update by local and state experts.  Please know safety is our number one priority, and we will continue to make the best decisions for our students and employees. Please look to the Walton County School District website or your individual school’s websites for further information. Stay safe. 

We have some exciting news! During Celebrate Literacy Week, several students submitted entries to a contest sponsored by the Florida Department of Education. Congratulations to Brixlee Allen for winning 1st place in the K-2 division for the state of Florida!!! Brixlee, a second grade student, read a book about Benjamin Franklin and then did a fabulous job illustrating it and writing about what she learned. West DeFuniak Elementary will receive $500 worth of books for the library for Brixlee's winning entry. We couldn't leave Brixlee out. She received a bag of her favorite goodies and a $50 Amazon gift card. Join us in congratulating her for this wonderful achievement. You can listen to Brixlee read her paper on this link. https://youtu.be/1WHz-xHh0cM

On Saturday, our eighth grade Warriors basketball team hosted the championship tournament and took the win.  If you see these student athletes, congratulate them and let them know how proud we are of them.

 

Coach Mike Davis would also like to give a huge shoutout to the parents and fans at Saturday afternoon's game.  Their enthusiasm and support helped rally the boys to victory.

 

It's great to be a WMS Warrior!

WCSD Teacher of the Year!

February 8, 2021

Mossy Head School is extremely proud to announce that Ms. Coone is the Walton County School District Teacher of the Year! During a Celebration held to recognize the MHS Teacher of the Year, Ms. Coone, and the MHS ESP of the Year, Ms. Ingram, the Mossy Head School staff was surprised with the arrival of Mr. Hughes. Mr. Hughes' then made the exciting announcement that Ms. Coone is the WCSD Teacher of the Year and will now go on to represent WCSD at the state level for Teacher of the Year. We are so proud of you, Ms. Coone!

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Mrs. Greer Harvell works hard to ensure her students learn through as many hands-on STEM experiences as possible.  This week, Sea Perch students built rovs, while eighth grade science students explored pH and suspensions.  Science makes so much more sense when it is interactive and collaborative.