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Triangle Chevrolet-Buick, Inc. donated $1,200.00 to Emerald Coast Technical College for Automotive Service Technology Program student scholarships.
Pictured Left to RIght: Taylor Lathinghouse, Triangle Chevrolet-Buick, Inc., Gary Price, Automotive Service Technology Instructor and Charlie Morse, ECTC Director. Submitted by Laura Smith.
Kim Kirby on behalf of the board of directors of Grit and Grace, Inc. presented copies of the book, Down by the Riverside, written by Ronnie McBrayer and based on their 2017 production.
 
(Left to Right: Ronnie McBrayer, Kim Kirby and Superintendent Russell Hughes) Submitted by Laura Smith.

Parents and Wise Pre-K students enjoyed "Books and Breakfast" with Dr. Adams. After breakfast, Dr. Adams discussed the importance of reading daily to children and shared a fun book. Then students were allowed to choose a book to take home. Submitted by Debbie McBroom.

The Algebra Nation Math tutor Chelsea Jones came to visit Mrs. Meyer’s 7th period class at Freeport High School. They made videos and posters to thank Governor Scott for funding the program. Submitted by Patty Woodard.

Bay Elementary would like to congratulate Avery Jones and Dexter Barefield for being chosen as the December Students of the Month. Both students will be honored at a special breakfast sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Freeport on December 14, at the Coastal Branch Library in Santa Rosa Beach. Submitted by Cindy Stewart.

Bay Elementary was honored to have author Julie Smith visit our school and read her newest book “ Bugs In My Breakfast”. Mrs. Smith was at the Sun Dog bookstore in Seaside Saturday, December 3rd from 1-4. Submitted by Cindy Stewart.

VRB had its Tropicana school-level competition this past Thursday, December 1. All of the speeches were so good, it made a very difficult decision for the judges. Our judges this year were Kathryn Youngblood, Bonnie Shelton, and Michelle Curtis. First place went to Ella Ekenseair. Second place was Elysia Koch, and third place was Cole Graham. Congratulations to our winners that will be representing Butler well in the district completition! Submitted by Sherrie Binkowski.

Due to inclement weather, please be advised of the following changes pertaining to the WCSD Science Fair. Please note the Award's Ceremony has been moved to Thursday Evening at the WISE Center. Set-up and Judging have been moved to tomorrow evening at the Community Center in DeFuniak Springs. 

Thank you for your assistance and understanding! 

Tuesday – December 6, 2016

2 PM to 5 PM – Project registration and set up at the  Community Center, DeFuniak Springs– Students/parents will be asked to leave the exhibit room at 5 PM. There will be a waiting room set up for them at that time.

5:45 PM – Students must be back for orientation and judging (report to the waiting room).

5 PM to 6 PM – Exhibit room closed for judges to initially view projects.

6 PM to 8:30 PM – Judging.  Parents must remain in waiting room.  This is an estimate of the time needed.  The students will be dismissed when the judges are finished judging their division.  Students must stay until they are dismissed because judges may want to return to see them a second time.

NOTE:  Please be prepared to take projects home at the end of judging!

Thursday– December 8, 2016

6 PM – Awards Ceremony at the WISE Center (old Walton High School) on 555 Walton Rd., DeFuniak Springs