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For the first time, Seacoast art students have had the opportunity to have their artwork on display at the NWFC South Walton Campus. Pictured are 9th and 10th 2D and AP Art students from Seacoast Collegiate High School with their artwork.

submitted by Jessica Kommer

Students and staff at Mossy Head School enjoyed dressing up as their favorite book character and parading around the school for parents and visitors. Students also displayed a word that described their character on their costume. Our annual Character Parade helps promote and celebrate reading at MHS!

submitted by Elizabeth Gaither

Butler Elementary students with perfect attendance for the month of October were treated to a “Facepaint and Tattoo” Party. Students also had the opportunity to color a butterfly mask and enjoy time outdoors celebrating this achievement. Parent volunteers helped supervise the event that was enjoyed by all!  Submitted by Tammy Smith.

VRB face paint

VRB face paint

Walton High School sophomore students, Shelbee Castrillo and Cheyanne Cordle, received monetary awards from Florida Farm Bureau for placing 1st and 2nd place respectively in the 2017 Florida Farm Bureau Speech Competition.  The topic of this year's speech was "Today's food companies employ many tactics including food labels to gain a marketing edge.  How can farmers and ranchers ensure that consumers understand these labels and have confidence in the safety and quality of their food?"  Shelbee and Cheyanne are students in the Youth Leadership class at WHS under the supervision of Kelley Stephenson, WHS Instructor.   Pictured below is Shelbee Castrillo (1st place winner).  Pictured on the left (from left to right) is Charlie McKinley - Farm Bureau, Dale Anderson - Farm Bureau, Cheyenne Cordle (2nd place winner), Kelley Stephenson - WHS Instructor and Allen Scheffer - Farm Bureau.  Submitted by Christy English.

The Walton High School AVID juniors and seniors recently visited the Troy University campus. Troy Ambassadors gave them a tour of the campus where they were able to experience a little of the college life. Later the students were able to attend the homecoming game against Georgia Southern. The plunging temperatures and stinging rain couldn’t dampen their spirits or their individual determination to enjoy this opportunity! Submitted by Christy English.