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MHS Tropicana Speech Winners

December 1, 2017

From left to right:

5th Grade:  Levi Elmore (3rd place), Trinity Collins (2nd place), Emery Hagan (1st place); 4th Grade:  Noah Hicks (1st place), Reese Cousins (2nd place), Foster Stephenson (3rd place)

Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither.

Congratulations to the following students for completing a rigorous program on food safety, which was developed by leaders in the food service industry. They were awarded the Certified Food Safety Manager certificate after passing the exam.

- Paige Brannon, Chris Jones, Sierra Gillis, Samantha Eckert
- Joel Green, Trevor Johnson, Madison Russell, Desiree Rohn
- Deanne Barron, Jasmine Gomillion, Cierra Alford, Jewels Campbell, James Reed-Miller, Brittney Huntsinger

Submitted by Christy English.

Superintendent Hughes and School Board members Kim Kirby and Marsha Winegarner are leading from the front by staying current with Professional Development at the Florida School Board Association and Florida Association of District School Superintendents joint training conference!

Mrs. Sammie Watson's 8th grade class studied the 8 Traits of Culture and groups were assigned one of the 8 traits. They had to gather information from different countries to compare cultural differences. The posters are a reflection of their research.

Open to middle and high school students’ parents – come join us for a fun and informative night!

5:30-6:00 Meet & Greet w/ refreshments (Christmas cookies and hot chocolate) and an Ugly Christmas Sweater contest

6:00-7:00 Participate in 4 different sessions to learn about all that Clever.com and other online resources have to offer to help your child succeed in math this year!

Door Prizes awarded at the end of the night!


Submitted by Kalli McMillan

During the Bobcats vs. PDL Pirates basketball games on December 12th from 4 o'clock to 8 o'clock, the PHS science department will be hosting a Science Night in the gym for all students from PreK to 12th grade. The students can participate in STEM activities like sphere robots, Oobleck, a flight simulator, straw rockets, "Are you smarter than a Bobcat?" half time trivia, and others. 

submitted by Kalli McMillan

On November 28, the United Way of Okaloosa and Walton Counties took the day to acknowledge donors, advocates and volunteers who have been instrumental in helping the agency reach it's fundraising goals. Brianne Gregor was nominated to be visited by their "Prize Patrol" in appreciation for her work as a Loaned Executive during the 2017 Campaign.  

Cindy Holmes, Resource Development Director of the local agency, shared that Brianne was "hands down one of the best loaned executives this year!" 

Walton County School District congratulates Brianne Gregor for her selfless contribution, and epic accomplishment, and thanks Mossy Head School principal, Ronita Hinote, for her willingness to allow Brianne the time to work with United Way!