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Superintendent Hughes stopped by Mrs. Kennett's biology class at SWHS and took a selfie with students as they were learning about Photosynthetic Tissue.  

Mr. Hughes stated that "during the review, students didn't miss a single question! Wow! EPIC at its Best!"

Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe

The ACE Club (Acknowledging Children’s Efforts) members are second graders dedicated to helping others.  Recently, they put on gloves, rolled up their sleeves, and got busy cleaning up the school grounds at Maude Saunders ! The Club is under the direction of Mrs. Maerea Kent. Submitted by Krisy Spence.

MSE ACE

The students at PHS are using their creative talents to constantly create new art to be displayed around the school. PHS would like to give the community a chance to view their amazing work. By visiting the link below, you can view the student's work. The site is updated weekly and available to anyone. You can follow the following link or, to get to the gallery via the PHS website, the art gallery link is located under SCHOOL INFO. 

https://blog.seesaw.me/paxtonschoolart/#!/

Submitted by Kalli McMillan.

Sophomores completed one-pagers for the novel  Fahrenheit 451, and the juniors created a chronological storyboard for The Scarlet Letter

Submitted by Patty Woodard

Students in the Freeport High School Anchor Club and National Honor Society went shopping for six children from the South Walton Fire District Angel Tree on Saturday, December 2, 2017. 

      

Submitted by Patty Woodard

Integrating Science and Literature, students at Paxton had fun learning about the states of matter last week. They made "oobleck" from the Dr. Seuss book "Bartholomew and the Oobleck" to demonstrate a substance that is both liquid and solid.

Kalli McMillan

In order to help senior students better understand the use of propaganda in the 20th century, Mrs. Jackie Adams had the students complete a project in which they must align 20th century propaganda with the propaganda and actions taken in the Hunger Games series. 

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

WDE students enjoyed Breakfast with Santa. Students wrote letters to Santa, ate breakfast, and spent some special time with St. Nick. Parents enjoyed the silent auction and watching their children interact with Santa. If you haven't seen the Teddy Bear Christmas tree in the atrium, stop by! It's a great place for a few pictures of your children. Thank you to the WDE PTO for sponsoring such a great event.

Submitted by Jessica Dawkins