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Bay School hosted Youth Mental Health First Aid Training for Pre-K Teachers and Pre-K Educational Support Personel today. We had a great day of training and we are so proud of the newest Walton County School District newest graduates of YMHFA training. 

Congratulations to our District Science Fair winners!

In the Junior Division (L to R):
Hunter Lambert - Honorable Mention (Physical)
Colten Phillips - 3rd Place (Physical)
Clara Martin - Superintendent Emeritus Award
Zoe Orange - 1st Place (Engineering)

Paxton Science Fair Winners

In the Senior Division (L to R):
Kaylee Aplin - Honorable Mention (Physical)
Tayten Lehmann and Naydene Higgins - Special Award for Botany

Congratulations to Gabriella Coon and Kaylee Aplin, who have been selected in the top three of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Patriot's Pen writing competition (Gabriella-Middle School Division and Kaylee-High School Division). Both will be attending the Veteran's of Foreign Wars meeting, where the winners will be announced. The entire Paxton family is so proud of these young ladies!

South Walton High School proudly announces their Teacher of the Year, Jenifer Celko/English Honors II; and Educational Support Professional of the Year, Margaret Porter! Please join them in congratulating these two outstanding members of the South Walton High School Team!

(L) Jenifer Celko, TOY / English Honors II
(R) Margaret Porter, ESP

Superintendent Hughes spent part of the morning at WDE doing Drop off, visited Mrs. Daniel's class for The Positivity Project, and 1st Grade Data Chat. No stopping until the end of the day Thursday! EPIC3 in progress!!!!

WDE Classroom

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Supt Hughes at WDE

Cheerleaders dancing in lab coats and goggles to a remix of the "Bill Nye the Science Guy" theme song, flying jets through virtual reality, creating blood, hand and spine models, launching straw rockets,  driving robots, and taking photos with a FLIR thermal camera are only a few of the many epic STEM activities Paxton School students participated in during the fourth annual Science Night held last week.  Held each year in conjunction with a basketball game, Science Night is a hands-on immersion into STEM- Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics for students of all ages with activities scattered throughout the gym and adjoining weight room. 
 
Students earn a ticket for each activity in which they participate and to culminate the event, winners are drawn from the tickets for lots of fun prizes during halftime of the final game. PHS would like to send out a special thank  you to the Northwest Florida Chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics for their sponsorship of the grand prize, a Star Wars BB-9E sphero robot. 
 
Way to rock Science Night, Bobcats!
 
Science Night at Pax
Seahawk Junior Fisher Marks is congratulated by Principal Alexis Tibbetts and Assistant Principal Carrie Chavers for earning 1,500 points on the PSAT.  Fisher had a perfect score on the math questions.
Mossy Head School would like to announce this year's Teacher of the Year, Mr. Buddy Goodman, and our ESP of the Year, Mrs. April Schanz. Mr. Goodman is cherished by the faculty, students, and parents of MHS. He is dedicated to providing learning to students through interaction and exposure to different musical experiences. Mrs. April has been dedicated to taking care of and supporting Mossy Head School for years. First, as a parent, then later when she joined the staff, all the way to her current position as custodian. 
MHS is so proud of our Teacher of the Year and our ESP of the year!
MHS TOY 2019-2020
MHS ESP of the Year 2019-2020

On December 13th, members of the South Walton High School baseball team volunteered for Habitat for Humanity at the Restore on Hwy 393. Players loaded furniture into trailers , painted doors, helped cut and stack pallets of lumber that will be used to build houses. The team earned a sense of gratitude for giving back and helping our community.

SWHS Baseball Community Service Habitat for Humanity

SWHS Baseball Community Service Habitat for Humanity

Dr. John Fay of the Air Force Research Laboratory at Eglin Air Force Base kicked off the 8th grade space studies with a talk about his past work with NASA, emphasizing the intersection of science and math in the real world. Students were excited to check out the artifacts he shared including a heat shield and a multi-strand tether. Thank you Dr. Fay for giving back to our students! 
 Paxton students with Air Force Research Lab guest