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The sixth annual concert, “FULL SCORE:  Spring Showcase for the Arts”, will be presented at 6:30 PM at the Walton High School Auditorium on May 1st, 2015.    Ron Kelley will be the master of ceremonies for the evening as public schools bring this year’s performance highlights to the stage. 

 

Tickets are on sale in advance for $5.00 or at the door for $7.00.   Student tickets are $3.00 and children 5 and under are free.  Students in music programs of Walton County are currently selling tickets. 

 

This year’s concert will include elementary, chorus, band, jazz band, and steel pan drum performances.  Vocal and instrumental solos will also be included.  Music teachers have a special treat for the presentation of our National Anthem this year! 

 

This is a fantastic way to show our community how much you support music education and the talented youth of Walton County. 

 

ECMS student Jackson Weatherall won the 2015 Purestrike Hurricane Junior Golf Spring Tour Championship held at Sandestin Baytowne in the boys 13-14 division.

Marley Bartlett in 5th grade at Freeport Middle School won 1st place in the Walton County Sheriff's Office Art Contest, the theme was "Family Fun Activities" for Child Abuse Prevention Month in April. A special thanks to Officer Nathan Hicks for informing us about this great project!

SWHS students Tabitha Gaydos, Leah Ellison, Nick Collier, and Reese Westberry placed first in the 2015 Teen Public Service Announcement (PSA) Contest for the Walton County high school division with their cyberbullying PSA.

FES 4th graders, under the direction of master gardener volunteers, have created an impressive vegetable and flower garden. They hope to enjoy the fruits of their labor before the end of the school year. FES families are invited to stop by and see it when visiting the school.

SWHS Senior Paxton Dixon signs a letter of commitment to play basketball at Birmingham Southern next year.

 

He is joined by his parents, Jim and Camille Dixon, Assistant Principal Jimmy Ross, Athletic Director Phil Tisa, Head Boys Basketball Coach John Davies, and Principal Alexis Tibbetts.

Congratulations to Marley Bartlett, a fifth grade student at  Freeport Middle School, for  winning the Walton County Sheriff's Office Art Contest.  The theme was "Family Fun Activities" for Child Abuse Prevention Month in April. FMS would like to thank Officer Nathan Hicks for informing them about the contest.  They would  also like to thank Lt. Angie Hogeboom, Blast Arcades, and Moo La La Ice cream for supporting this contest!

Pictured L to R:  Officer Nathan Hicks, Marley Bartlett, Lt. Angie Hogebroom

The 8th grade AVID students at Freeport Middle School recently toured the FSU campus. The students explored various classrooms, sporting/athletic facilities, libraries, and the Union/Club areas of FSU. Pictured:  8th Grade AVID Students


FMS 6th and 7th Grade AVID Students

 

 

 

The 6th and 7th grade AVID students recently visited Northwest Florida State College. The staff and college students at  NWFSC were extremely welcoming.  Students explored the Arena, the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, the Music Department, Nursing, Dental, and Radiology department.

 

World-class musicians including German soprano Vera Schoenberg and baritone Robert Honeysucker, along with Korean tenor Won Whi Choi performed at Freeport Middle School on April 8th.

 Also visiting the school were NWFSO Conductor, Jeffrey Rink, and accomplished pianist, Yoko Hagino.

 A special thanks to Ms. Melanie Moore, MKAF Education Director, for inviting them to Freeport Middle School!