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As part of the 2019 Healthy Walton Summit, hosted by the Walton County Health Improvement Partnership, Superintendent Russell Hughes participated with other local officials and community partners on a panel to discuss what makes Walton County an EPIC place to live. The event was held so that local priority health related issues could be discussed, and activities planned for 2020-2022. The partnership is focusing on Healthy Behaviors, Healthy Places, Healthy People, and Healthy Homes.

Healthy Walton Summit

Bay School is VERY excited to announce the establishment of Bay School's PTA.

Please look for the PTA information table at the Thanksgiving luncheon on Tuesday (11/19). We would like to welcome you to become a member of our PTA and help us make a difference! Membership dues are $10.

Paxton High School Art students visited the University of West Florida. They toured the art gallery and professors from various disciplines of art spoke with them. Students also toured the art department.

Freeport High School National Honor Society partnered with OneBlood to sponsor a blood drive on campus. Students and staff gave over 50 units combined! That’s nearly 25 milk jugs. Freeport staff and students are EPIC3 by showing their character in support of the community and those in need. Thank you to students and staff for participating as well as to OneBlood and NHS sponsor Russell Phillips for organizing the event. 

FHS Blood Drive

Congratulations to Dune Lakes Elementary School Sandpiper Miss Parker Barnes, in second grade, as her monoprint painting of a monarch butterfly was selected as THE winning art piece from the 2019 Flutterby Arts Festival! Going forward, her artwork will be featured on the event's poster, t-shirts and other promotional pieces for the 2020 Flutterby Arts Festival. Congratulations Parker!

DLE Flutterby Winner

Seahawk Varsity Football won their region quarterfinal game over Marianna and now head to Jacksonville for the region semifinal.  They will compete against Bolles in Jacksonville on Friday, November 15, at 7:30 pm.

Bolles- San Jose Campus
7400 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32217

Good Luck Hawks!

A group of seventh grade science students at Paxton School culminated their study of human impact on soil with a visit from Agricultural Engineer Herrika Thornton, from the United States Department of Agriculture's National Resource Conservation Service. Students saw real-world examples of erosion and nutrient depletion and learned how engineers work to design solutions to solve these problems on local agricultural lands. Thank you NRCS for giving back to our students and inspiring a future in STEM careers.

This past weekend (Nov. 9th), four students from South Walton competed in Speech and Debate at Gulf Breeze High School, arguing questions of public policy or presenting creative interpretations of short stories. Special congratulations to Molly Turner, who placed 1st in Humorous Interpretation.

Pictured, left to right: Molly Turner, Santiago Botero-Echavarria, Forrest Williams (Coach), Ryan Githaiga, and Lorelai Bailey.

SWHS at Speech and Debate

  • This past weekend (Nov. 9th), four students from South Walton competed in Speech and Debate at Gulf Breeze High School, arguing questions of public policy or presenting creative interpretations of short stories. Special congratulations to Molly Turner, who placed 1st in Humorous Interpretation.

  • Pictured, left to right: Molly Turner, Santiago Botero-Echavarria, Forrest Williams (Coach), Ryan Githaiga, and Lorelai Bailey.
Presenting the #1 Public School in Class 1A Cross Country- Paxton Bobcats!!! These boys set a goal to have that recognition. They believed it and achieved it!!! They ran a 18:23 team average!
Eugene Hall #48-17:41
Philip Anderson #54-17:46
Kage Wibbing #83- 18:15
Nick Johnson #127- 18:15
Connor Gaither #165-19:26
Lawson Geoghagan #216- 21:19
Overall the team was #18 out of 32 - 1A Private & Public Schools and ran against 232 runners. Coach Gilbert and Coach Wilson (and the rest of the Paxton family) are out of this world proud of the hard work these guys have done to accomplish this awesome feat!!!!

Readers Glow at MHS!

November 8, 2019

Mossy Head School held it's annual Title I meeting and Literacy Night. Mustangs came out for super fun reading activities that included "tasting" delicious books in a book tasting, reading skills with a glow-in-the-dark twist, and escape rooms in which they had to read their way out. 

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night