November 7, 2017
November 7, 2017
The annual Fall Festival at West DeFuniak was a huge success. Students, parents, family friends, and staff had a wonderful time. From ring toss to hay rides and plinko, students enjoyed playing games and winning prizes. With Mr. Hight's Famous Chili Dogs, pizza, boiled peanuts, and cotton candy, there was plenty of food to munch on. Thank you for making this year's Fall Festival an enjoyable night for everyone!
October 3, 2017
The Summer Reading and Math Hall of Fame students enjoyed a fun trip to Hurricane Lanes in Destin today! These 37 students enjoyed bowling, games, pizza, and a behind the scenes tour of the bowling alley! Some of them even brought books with them to read today! Great job students!
October 2, 2017
September 27, 2017
West DeFuniak welcomed a huge number of dads this morning for Donuts with Dads. This year the dads visted the classrooms with their students and participated in activities such as reading an Accelerated Reader Book, working on Math problems on the computer, or even visiting the library with their child. It was great to see so many dads today!
September 15, 2017
September 12, 2017
September 11, 2017
September 7, 2017
Governor Scott Closes All K-12 Public Schools, State Colleges, State Universities and State Offices to Begin Preparations Immediately
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Today, Governor Rick Scott is directing all public K-12 schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices to close Friday, September 8 – Monday, September 11.
Governor Scott said, “Today, I am directing the closure of all public schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices for their normal activities effective Friday through Monday, to ensure we have every space available for sheltering and staging. Floridians are facing a life-threatening storm in Hurricane Irma, and every family must prepare to evacuate. Our state’s public schools serve a vital role in our communities as shelters for displaced residents and staging areas for hurricane recovery efforts. Closing public schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices will provide local and state emergency officials the flexibility necessary to support shelter and emergency response efforts.”