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Due to localized flooding and current road conditions, all Walton County schools will remain closed through tomorrow, Friday, September 18th.  Closures include both students and employees. Games and other extracurricular activities may be adjusted, rescheduled, or orchestrated by school administrators and coaches based on facilities and families’ abilities to attend.  Based on information from Emergency Management, 87 roads in Walton County are currently closed due to flooding.  Please stay safe!

Freeport High School continues to stay open as a shelter.  Please visit Walton County Emergency Management for more information.  We will continue to monitor conditions with our local experts.  Continue to check our district and schools’ websites and social media platforms for more information. 

South Walton High School yearbooks are on sale now! Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

Memory ads are a great way for parents, families and friends to congratulate their Senior for their accomplishments. Anyone interested in purchasing an ad can find more information at www.jostensadservice.com The deadline to purchase an ad is December 31, 2020.

Questions? Email Mrs. Hinojosa [email protected]

School Transportation

August 9, 2020

Hello Seahawks and Parents,

We will post bus routes as soon as we have them from WCSD Transporation.  You can always check the school district website at https://www.walton.k12.fl.us/ for the most current information.  Also, if you need transportation please confirm this on the FOCUS Transportation to be assigned a route/to pick a spot.

SWHS School Supplies

August 7, 2020

Math Department:

  1. Notebook paper and graphing paper
  2. Pencils - multicolor
  3. Pens – multicolor
  4. Highlighters
  5. Folders with prongs or binders
  6. Ream of paper
  7. Box of Kleenex
  8. Hand Sanitizer
  • Algebra II & Above – calculator – TI84 Plus
  • Algebra and Geometry – calculator – TI30XA
  • Statistics – deck of cards

English Department:

  • 9th Grade English:
    • Folder or Binder
    • Loose-leaf Paper
    • Pen/Pencils/highlighters
    • Composition Notebook
    • Hand Sanitizer
    • Tissue
  • 10th Grade English:
    • Composition Notebook
    • Pens/Pencils/highlighters
    • Hand Sanitizer
    • Loose-leaf Paper
  • 11th Grade English:
    • Spiral Notebook
    • Pens/Pencils/highlighters
    • 1” binder (solid color)
    • Dividers
  • AP English:
    • Spiral notebook (3 subject)
    • Pencils
    • Black or blue pens
    • Highlighters 
    • Post-it notes
    • One red folder 
    • One green folder 
    • One box of tissues 
    • Hand sanitizer  
  • 12th Grade English:
    • Spiral Notebook
    • Pens/Pencils/highlighters
    • 1” binder (solid color)
    • Dividers
  • Critical Reading:
    • Three ring binder
    • Notebook Paper
    • Pencils
    • Highlighters
    • Flash Drive
  • AP Research:
    • 3” White Binder
    • Dividers
    • Sticky Notes
    • Pen/Pencils/Highlighters

Science Department:

  • AP Environmental Science and Environmental Science:
    • 3 ring notebook
    • Note book paper
    • pens/pencils
    • highlighters
    • Masks (when social distancing cannot be maintained)
  • AP Biology:
    • REQUIRED MATERIALS 
      • ONE 1 1/2  INCH HARD COVER BINDER 
      • LOOSELEAF PAPER 
      • RUBBER GLOVES FOR LABS (ONE BOX-NO LATEX!!)
      • GRAPHING PAPER 
      • 1 REAM OF WHITE COPIER PAPER 
      • PENS/PENCILS/HIGHLIGHTERS 
      • PERSONAL CHALK MARKERS (FOR TABLETOP DESIGN FLOWCHARTS)
      • REGULAR SQUARE POST-ITS
      • ONE PACK OF 5X8 NOTECARDS
      • BINDER DIVIDERS 
      • PERSONAL MASK
      • HAND SANITIZER 
    • ***AN OPTIONAL $10.00 LAB FEE  (This will be used to cover additional gloves, Clorox wipes, masks, Kleenex, paper towels, soap, and disinfectant products.)
  • Medical Skills:

    • REQUIRED MATERIALS 
      • ONE 1 1/2  INCH HARD COVER BINDER 
      • LOOSELEAF PAPER 
      • RUBBER GLOVES FOR PRACTICAL PRACTICE (ONE BOX-NO LATEX!!)
      • 1 REAM OF WHITE COPIER PAPER 
      • PENS/PENCILS/HIGHLIGHTERS 
      • REGULAR SQUARE POST-ITS
      • BINDER DIVIDERS 
      • PERSONAL MASK
      • KLEENEX
      • HAND SANITIZER
  • Anatomy & Physiology:

    • 3 ring binder
    • Personal mask
    • Hand sanitizer
    • Rubber gloves non latex (if able to)
    • Expo markers
    • Regular post its
    • 1 pack index cards
  • Honors Biology:
    • Large 3-ring binder with 7 dividers, 2-folders with pockets, notebook paper
    • Highlighters (no yellow highlighter permitted), colored pencils
    • Black/blue/red ink pens and pencils
    • Chalk markers
    • Hand-sanitizer and/or hand soap
    • Paper Towels, Tissue, Clorox Wipes
    • Small bottle of liquid glue
    • Closed toe shoes for laboratory activities, goggles, face mask and/or face shield 
    • Access to internet and word processor
    • Science Fair Project supplies (tri-fold board, composition notebook, etc.)
    • Ream of paper
    • Monetary donations are welcome for additional lab supplies. (gloves, tissues, wipes, soap, etc.) 
  • Honors Chemistry:
    • Pencil
    • 3-ring binder
    • 3-hole notebook paper
    • Science Fair Project supplies (tri-fold board, composition notebook, etc.)
    • Hand Sanitizer
  • AP Chemistry:
    • Pencil
    • 3-ring binder
    • 3-hole notebook paper
    • Marble composition book
    • Hand Sanitizer
  • General Biology:

    • 3 Ring Binder

    • Dividers
    • Highlighters
    • Colored Pencils
    • One roll of paper towels
    • Bottle of hand sanitizer
  • AP Physics and Physics Honors:

    • Protective Face Shield (recommended) OR kid safety glasses for labs.
    • 1 x Graph Grid Paper Composition Notebook for formal labs
    • 1 x 3 Ring Binder- 2-3” thick for notes
    • Graphing Paper for practice problems
    • Dividers & Tabs
    • #2 Pencils with erasers
    • Ruler
    • Protractor
    • Index Cards
    • Highlighter Markers
    • Scientific Calculator (TI-30 minimum, graphing calculator ok)
    • Ream of Blank Printer Paper- 8.5 x 11”- for Cornell Notes
    • Small Hand Sanitizer
  • Earth Space:
    • Scientific Calculator
Social Studies Department:
  1. Binder (1 inch would suffice)
  2. Loose leaf paper
  3. Dividers
  4. Pencils
  5. Colored pens (optional)
  6. Mask (optional but HIGHLY encouraged)
  • World History Honors and AP Modern World History:
    • 1- 2" 3 ring binder
    • 1- 3 subject notebook
    • 1- pack dry erase markers, fine point Blue, Black or Green
    • 1- pack blue or black pens
    • 1- pack of pencils
    • 1- ruler
    • Highlighters

Foreign Language Department:

  1. Dry-Erase Markers
  2. Index Cards
  3. Notebook
  4. Face Masks
  5. Hand Sanitizer
  6. Wipes
  7. Kleenex/Tissue

Electives:

YOGA-Dance Kinematics/Dance Performance 1 & 2: Everyone MUST have their OWN Yoga mat for these classes.

Tv Production, DIT and Accounting:
  • Clorox Wipes to clean computers
  • Hand sanitizer 
  • Micro fiber cleaning cloth to clean computer screens  
  • Personal Headphones
  • Personal mask (optional)
TV Production - These students need to bring and SD Card for cameras.

HOPE Supplies: Color Pencils, Pens/Pencils, Full Sized Composition Notebook (Not Spiral), 4 Pack of Highlighters

PE Supplies: Full Sized Composition Notebook (Not Spiral) and Pen/Pencil

  • Suggested but not mandatory supplies for PE Department: bring own water bottle and hand sanitizer, sunscreen and sneakers.

ART: 3D SUPPLIES

ART: Drawing 1 , Pre A.P Visual Art SUPPLIES

STEAM Supplies

Seahawk parents and students, we are continuing to register new students daily and waiting for parents to select an educational option for next school year; due to these factors we are unable to go final with our master schedule until next week.  Parents/families/students should go to the Walton County Website and make your Student Intent selection immediately if you have not done so already.  We cannot schedule orientations (either virtually or in person) until our master schedule is complete and that cannot be done until all students are entered into a program.  Once your course selections for next year become final (sometime during the week of August 10 - 14) and classes are assigned to specific teachers for specific periods, we will be able to push out your schedule to you in your FOCUS accounts.  Following that, you can view the virtual orientations for each of your classes in TEAMS; this should be August 13 - 16.  Only new to Walton County students (those registering after March 11, 2020) will have an in-house orientation.  Details of that orientation will be sent to them individually.  2019-2020 Walton County eighth graders toured our school and visited classrooms last year so they will participate in virtual orientation; additionally these incoming freshmen will be contacted by Link Leaders prior to school starting.      

First Semester Schedule

The WCSD would like to thank all parents who completed the Student Intent Form which was provided as an online survey during the month of July. We appreciate your declaration of your child’s educational intent for the fall semester. This notification enables us to better prepare to welcome your child on Monday, August 17th.

For parents who did not complete a Student Intent Form, the WCSD will prepare and firmly assume your child will attend a brick and mortar classroom. As a district, we have received 9,000 Student Intent Forms; however, we are still lacking approximately 1,700 forms. These intent forms also allow the district to create bus routes that will place 48 students or less on a bus, so to date, the district has only planned routes for those parents who have requested their child be a bus rider via our intent forms.

For parents who have completed forms, approximately 900 parents have indicated that their child will attend Walton Virtual School (WVS); however, only 250 of those 900 families have followed up with WVS. To attend WVS, families must withdraw from their current school and enroll in WVS. If parents have not enrolled in WVS by Wednesday, August 12th, WCSD will also prepare and firmly assume those children will attend the district’s other distance learning option, the Innovative Learning Digital Academy (ILDA). The benefits of ILDA is that students can remain enrolled in their current school.

If you have any questions, please reach out to us. Questions can be text to our district at any time at 850.204.9667. To follow up with WVS, please email [email protected], and/or any school can be reached by calling 850.892.1100. Thank you for supporting us as we prepare to welcome all students back on Monday, August 17th.

The WCSD is asking our families to commit to one of the three educational options for their children/students for the fall semester of the 2020-2021 school year.  Our goal is to have confirmed feedback from all families by July 20. The below decision will be a semester-by-semester commitment. Parents/guardians will need to complete one Student Intent Form for the 2020-21 School Year for each student in their household.