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          WMS would like to congratulate Ms. Amy Bennett’s 6th period class.  They participated in a county wide completion “Read to Succeed Fall Motivational Contest”. It took place from October 27 – November 21.  Participating students were asked to complete eight multiple choice activities in order to qualify for the contest.   Extra points were given to encourage students to do their very best.  To begin with every time a student did an activity their class received one point. Every score of 75% - 87% earned, gave the class an extra two points and all scores 88% and higher generated an extra three points for the class.

          The winning class is the qualified class that earned the most points on average per student within their school. This class not only scored the most points from our school, they also scored the most points in the county.  This class scored an astonishing ninety-four points on average per student.  This was thirty-five points higher than the second place class for the county.   Again WMS would like to say congratulations to Ms. Bennett and her 6th period class.

 

Names in photo 6th period class

 

Back Row L – R Kaymon Miller Dustin Manning Ms. Amy Bennett Nolan Hickingbottom Antony Silva Isaiah Yon-Wright

Middle Row L – R Trey Nettles Kolby Washington Elrod Vo

Front Row L – R Alyssa Brown Savanna Howell Natina McKenzie Not Pictured Joshua Machado

 

 

Walton Middle School 8th Grade School Winners “Read to Succeed”

          Congratulations to Ms. Amy Bennett’s 2nd period class.  This class participated in the “Read to Succeed Contest”.  Of all the classes at Walton Middle School that qualified for the contest, this class was the top winner.  They earned the most average points.  These students worked very hard and it paid off for them.  Again congratulations to the Ms. Bennett and to her 2nd period class.

Names in photo 2nd period

 Back Row L – R Calvin Ruffin Landon Ballard Ms. Amy Bennett Tyler Smith

Front Row L – R Colby Capraun Tyrin Paul Kaycee Anderson Not Pictured Morgan Powell

Music in Pictures program

December 15, 2014

Ms. Zuma Banks, President of the Rosemary Beach Foundation recognized district art teachers and schools  for their participation in the 2014-15 annual  Music in Pictures program, which is a year-long educational art initiative for all students in grades K-12.   The foundation presented a check for $7,000, which will be disseminated to the schools to offset any costs associated with the program.

Congratulations to the South Walton High School Football Team.  In addition to winning the District Championship, they have earned the  Class 1A Team Academic Championship for the State of Florida!

Dr. Alexis Tibbetts and Superintendent Carlene Anderson congratulated Ally Woodard and Logan Lawrence for winning awards at the Walton County School District's Science Fair.  Ally's project "HVAC Filter Effect on Air Particles" won first place in the Environmental Division and the Superintendent's Award for the best overall project in the Science Fair.  Logan's project "How Temperature Affects Sugar in Bananas" won second place in the Biological Division.  Congratulations to SWHS science students and teachers!

Maude Saunders Elementary 4th Grade Tropicana Speech Winners

Pictured Left to Right: Landry Carroll, 1st place, Shaelee Seay, 3rd place, and Chloe Dobson, 2nd place

Maude Saunders 5th Grade Tropican Winners

Pictured Left to Right: Ashanti Hawkins, 3rd place, Jacobe Adkinson, 2nd place, and Paige Nolin, 1st place

Freeport Middle School held their annual Science Fair during the weeks of November 10th-21st. Our theme this year was Science Fair Inventions. The Science students researched, planned, and conducted experiments during the month of October. Grades 5th-8th all participated in this years' Science Fair expo. Congratulations to the following FMS Science Fair Winners.

1st place: Ryley Curry, 7th grade

2nd place: Brooke Mclean, 5th grade

3rd place: Josh Godfrey & Garren Acosta, 8th grade

 

A special thank-you to our PTO for award allocations.

The Youth Leadership students from Freeport High School, South Walton High School, and Walton High School participated in a practice mock trial presided over by Judge Clyde B. Wells on Friday, December 5th at the Walton County Courthouse.  The purpose of the trial was to help prepare the three teams for the Circuit Mock Trial competition sponsored by the Florida Law Related Education Association.   The official Circuit competition is scheduled to take place on February 4th and 5th in Pensacola. To learn more about the High School Mock Trial Program go to  http://www.flrea.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=32&Itemid=29