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Leadership students from Freeport High School, South Walton High School, and Walton High School recently participated in the annual mock trial competition at the Walton County Court House.  A big thank you to  the Honorable Judge Kelvin Wells for presiding over the competition.  

Pictured:  Walton High School Youth Leadership Students and the Honorable Judge Kelvin Wells

Leadership students from Freeport High School, South Walton High School, and Walton High School recently participated in the annual mock trial competition at the Walton County Court House.  A big thank you to  the Honorable Judge Kelvin Wells for presiding over the competition.  

Pictured:  South Walton High School youth leadership students and the Honorable Judge Kelvin Wells.

Leadership students from Freeport High School, South Walton High School, and Walton High School recently participated in the annual mock trial competition at the Walton County Court House.  A big thank you to  the Honorable Judge Kelvin Wells for presiding over the competition.

Pictured:  Freeport High School Youth Leadership students and the Honorable Judge Kelvin Wells 

Thanks to a community outreach event sponsored by First Assembly of God Church in DeFuniak Springs through Convoy of Hope, every student at West DeFuniak Elementary received new shoes.  The students were thrilled as volunteers from the church distributed the canvas shoes on December 14, 2015. 

WDE Students Receive Shoes

 

Submitted by Chelsea Ellison, FMS

Congratulations to Mrs. Balentine's 3rd period class for winning Achieve3000's Read to Succeed contest, the national race to accelerated literacy achievement!

From all the classes in the school who completed Achieve3000 lessons over the contest period, Mrs. Balentine's 3rd period class completed the most. It's proven that the more Achieve3000 lessons students complete, the greater their reading gains, and her students have built remarkable reading gains over the contest period.

Great job, Mrs. Balentine & her 3rd period class!

Submitted by Kendra Peloquin, FMS

Fifth grade students at Freeport Middle School are giving to their community to parallel the efforts of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence.  Students are collecting toys to donate to the Professional Fire Fighters of Walton County I.A.F.F. Local 4413 for local families and animal supplies for Alaqua Animal Refuge and The Lucky Puppy Rescue.  After creating and implementing the project, students will sign their names to the Declaration of Independence at www.archives.gov and receive a printed copy to take home.