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Students at Mossy Head School are packed and ready for fun at "Camp Learn-A-Lot!" Students will participate in the summer bridge program for the remainder of June to enhance their Reading and Math skills, all while having lots of hands-on fun! It's all smiles for these happy campers! Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither.

Warriors Undercover kicked off at Maude Saunders Elementary on Monday, June 12, 2017. Students will be working as "secret agents" to solve new cases each week. "Agents" started their training by having their fingerprints taken by the Walton County Sheriff's Office Crime Scene technicians.  Submitted by Brianna Leavins.

Warriors Undercover

Warriors Undercover

Bay’s 4th grade team attend Greg Tang’s math training in Tallahassee on Tuesday, June 6th.
“These ladies are committed to growing professionally and improving their craft in the classroom,” said Meredith Spence, Bay Elementary School’s Principal. “It’s exciting to lead professionals who work well together and are eager to grow.”
Submitted by Cindy Stewart.

WCSD Career and Technical Education (CTE) instructors are making use of their summer by learning how to develop Advisory Boards for their programs June 6-8, 2017.  Advisory Boards are developed for each CTE program to assist the instructor with ensuring student preparation for the workforce or college. Advisory Boards consist of area business leaders that possess knowledge specific to the career cluster for the CTE program.  Through this training participants learned protocols to set up the required Advisory Board meetings twice a year including forms, letters and agenda items.  Participants also benefited from a session explaining CareerSource and it's provided services.  

If you think you might be interested in becoming involved in an Advisory Board for Walton County School District, please contact Crystal Appel at 892-1100, Ext: 1319 or Donna Honish 892-1100, Ext: 1358 for additional information.

Special thanks to Emerald Coast Technical College IT Instructor, Ms. Harrison for her expertise on Advisory Boards and to Emerald Coast Technical College for use of their facilities.

Submitted by Donna Honish.