September 5, 2017
Mrs. Amanda Callahan’s 3rd grade class at WDE is learning how scientists use tools with hands-on investigation. Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.
September 1, 2017
Superintendent A. Russell Hughes with some information on upcoming events, and sharing the need for qualified bus drivers to transport our students to and from school safely!
Link to view update: https://youtu.be/g1o186lYLrU
Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe
FHS Cheerleaders and band members came to FES for a Positive Behavior Pep Rally to encourage students to follow the 3 R’s. Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Resourceful. Submitted by Nancy Currie.
August 29, 2017
Students in 5th grade at WDE have been studying the scientific method. They are investigating the question “Where do maggots come from?" They have been observing three different types of meat (chicken, pork, beef) daily to practice steps of the scientific method. Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.
August 28, 2017
It is a solid...No, it is liquid....Watch out! It is a gas! Second grade students at WDE have had a great time learning about the three states of matter! Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.
August 25, 2017
Walton County is well represented this year at the Dr. Brian Dassler Leadership Academy! Janet Currid, Kristin Lewis and Cindy Neale are participants. Meredith Spence returned to the BDLA this year as a Cohort Facilitator. Photo includes Cohort 1 from the Panhandle representing Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, and Walton Counties with Dr. Betty Webb leading the year long professional development for school administrators.
Submitted by Meredith Spence
August 25, 2017
Seventh grade students in Mrs. Rachel Jones' AVID class at WMS made a commitment to their future during a recent EPIC contract signing ceremony. AVID is an elective college preparatory program that prepares students to attend a four-year college upon high school graduation. Principal Jason Campbell expressed his support for the program, its teachers, and their students by first giving a motivational pep talk, then signing his own contract. WMS students are undoubtedly committed to their learning and success.
Submitted by Kristen Rhodes