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Senior Division—Superintendent’s Award Catherine Fields—”Curing Acne”
 
Senior Engineering 1st Place—Fisher Marks ”Password Security” 2nd Place—Kirsi Midha “What is the effect of various soils when                      applying pressure in terms of                                     bearing capacity?” 3rd Place—Nicholas Putnam, Jackson Weatherall and Seth Weinthal “How Can We Make Sea Turtle Lights More Accessible?”
 
Senior Biological 1st Place—Catherine Fields “Curing Acne” 3rd Place—Emma Marks “How do Vitamins Affect  Germination of Radish Seeds?” Honorable Mention—Annajane Hohn “Fermentation Creation”
 
Senior Physical 2nd Place—Brandan McManus “What are the Effects of Tourism Rates on Student Populations in Walton County?” 3rd Place—Josie Bekkers “How Does Saltwater Affect Metals?” Honorable Mention—Riley Marshall “Electric Soil”
 
Senior Environmental 1st Place—Cameron Patrick Hughes “Lighter Concrete Worth the Price?” 3rd Place—Emily Kuni Biofilm

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

Congratulations Alyssa Selvey!

November 15, 2017

SWHS Senior Alyssa Selvey, surrounded by her parents Jeff and Angel Selvey and Seahawk Athletic Director Phil Tisa and Head Softball Coach Bob Hartness, signed her letter of commitment to play softball next year at the University of West Florida.  Congratulations Alyssa!

Some of the girls from the SWHS Environmental Club volunteered for the Explore the Outdoor Festival over the weekend. They were so helpful and wonderful with the public. 

It is just another reminder that SWHS has some truly wonderful kids that will go on to do great things! Unfortunately, we didn't get a picture of them all...but this is a cute one of Summer, Delaney, and Aiden.

SWHS Kindness Rocks Project

October 16, 2017

SWHS

Kindness Rocks Project

Come by the media center during lunch to paint your own Kindness Rock for Unity Day and Anti-Bullying Month during the week of October 16-20!!

The Kindness Rocks will be hidden around SWHS campus to be found October 23-25.

 

If you find a rock, either give it to someone you think needs a happy thought that day, keep it for yourself, or return to Mrs. Forester for a candy prize.

We will wear orange on October 25th to acknowledge Unity Day: Together Against Bullying. United for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. Wednesday, October 25, 2017.

Make it orange and make it End! What are yur true colors when it comes to bullying? If you care about safe and supportive schools, make your color orange on Unity Day!