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Congratulations to the Ladycat Varsity Softball team for winning their district championship. The Ladycats came out with a victory of 11-0 over Bethlehem. Way to go, Ladycats!
Pictured (L to R): Assistant Coach - Samantha Martin, Assistant Coach - Andy Norris, Hannah Cain, Cadence Perez, Megan Davis, Ashlyn Hall, Camryn Brazile, Genesis Long, Mya Young, Assistant Coach - Kevin Bryan, Sadie Varnum, Kyrstyn Head, Jordyn Bradley, Head Coach - Jeff Bradley, and Michaela Cain. On Ground (L to R): Paiyton Perry and Hailee Bryan.
Submitted by Kalli McMillan

Congratulations to Walton High’s Lady Braves softball team on their win over South Walton Thursday night!  They are District Champions!

They will play Godby (at home) in the quarterfinal game on May 2 at 7:00.  Go Braves!

Submitted by Christy English

The Paxton family would like to wish the track team good luck as they compete in Regionals. We know they will represent Paxton with Pride, Passion, and Purpose! Congratulations for making it this far!

Seen in the picture:

Front Row (L to R): Bethany Fleming, Abby Murphy, Lauren Gaither, and Ragan Butts.

Back Room (L to R): Eugene Hall (Freshman), Hailey Myddelton (Senior), Philip Anderson (Sophomore), Caylor Dixon (Sophomore), Jacqueline Stricklin (Sophomore), Shaleigh Geoghagan (Senior), Ciara Stricklin (Sophomore), Bryson Kimmons (Senior), Lillian Kemp (7th), Ke'ontae Saners (Junior), and Cage Wibbing (8th).

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

Recently, Walton Middle School seventh grade Civics students in Mrs. Katie Williams and Ms. Regina Messer's classes were caught sharpening their civics knowledge of landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases as they prepare for their EOC assessment in May.  Students worked in groups to sort landmark cases/descriptions together, and finally blended both sorts into one, creating relationships to demonstrate total mastery.  Civics review is standards-based, interactive, and fun at WMS.

Submitted by Kristen Nelson

  

From left to right in the picture:

Kim Kirby, School Board chairperson; Jim Pitts, Kiwanis member; Wanda Pitts, Kiwanis member; Hossein Vahabzadeh, Kiwanis membership chairman; Superintendent Russell Hughes; Janine Strouse, Kiwanis Vice-President; Maurice Strouse, Kiwanis President

The Freeport-South Walton Kiwanis club recently made a very generous donation to support the 5th grade students of Walton County in their attendance at the annual 5th grade Symphony Concert presented by the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra.  For 30 years, the NFSO has provided free annual concerts at the Mattie Kelly Fine Arts Auditorium for Okaloosa & Walton county students with specialized youth oriented programming & teacher's curriculum.

This years concert featured the music of Johann Strauss, Smetana, Felix mendelssohn, and Benjamin Britten.  Maestro Jeffrey Rink began the concert with a demonstration of the musical instruments that make up the orchestra.  The orchestra was joined by student solo violinist Blake Richardson, and 8th grader from Maclay Middle School in Tallahassee, who was the winner of the Junior division of the NFSO Annual Concerto Competition.  The concert concluded with Britten's "The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra", which includes a narrator and an introduction to each family of the orchestra! 

The concert provides an opportunity for students from Walton County to experience a high level quality of music in one of the most acoustically and aesthetically satisfying performance venues in the South, the Mattie Kelly Fine Arts Complex, on the campus of Northwest Florida State College.  The Freeport- South Walton Kiwanis Club has graciously sponsored the students in this annual event for a number of years.  As a result of their sponsorship, over 700 Walton County School District students were impacted by the presentation this year! 

Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe

The Freeport Middle Baseball team held their award banquet on Monday at a Pensacola Blue Wahoos Game. All players and parents were treated to an all you can eat buffet of hamburgers and hot dogs. "The Wahoos game is a great reward for a awesome group of young men who I have really enjoyed coaching this season." -Coach Wassman.  Submitted by Chelsea Ellison.

Mossy Head School had a special visitor for student drop off.  Superintendent Hughes came to help encourage our students as they arrived at school. 

Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither