Out of an abundance of caution, and based on updated weather data that has changed from yesterday’s Emergency Management briefing, all Walton County Schools will dismiss 90 minutes early today, Wednesday April 10th due to a severe weather system that is moving faster than anticipated. The 90 minute early dismissal includes all students and employees. To give just one example for students, if your child’s bus typically leaves school at 2:30 p.m., for today, that bus would dismiss at 1:00 p.m. This is just an example. If you need help understanding the early 90 minute dismissal, please call your child’s school. In addition to the early dismissal, all after school activities, including tutoring, athletics, and SPICE, are canceled. Based on data from Emergency Management and additional weather resources, severe weather is expected in Walton beginning in the late afternoon and lasting through the early morning on Thursday, April 11th. At this time, schools are anticipated to be back in session tomorrow, but please stay connected with our website and social media outlets in case there are any changes. As always, safety is our number one priority. Everyone stay safe!
3 days ago, SWHS
As you may know, a total solar eclipse is on the horizon Monday, April 8th. The weather forecast shows partly cloudy skies the entire day and the panhandle will only experience 70-80% coverage during the eclipse. The whole event will last about two hours. At this time, there will be no alterations to school or transportation schedules. However, while under our care you can expect students will be guided not to look directly at the sun. The safety of our students is always our top priority. We ask that parents and guardians also speak to their children about avoiding direct eye contact with the eclipse. This is an incredible opportunity for science to come to life in real-time for our students, and if teachers can do so safely, they may use this as a teaching tool. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us.
8 days ago, SWHS
Class of 2025 Senior Meetings Start April 1st-- Sign up today by scanning the QR code or following the link below to register! We will discuss: Bright Futures/FASFA, Transcripts, Scholarships, College/Career Options, Senior Course Requests, & 2024-2025 Senior Timelines. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E4BA9A82BABF5C25-47935970-class#/
about 1 month ago, SWHS
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Superintendent Hughes delivers his September Monthly Update! September is a busy month full of holiday, remembrance, and celebration. Make sure to watch the monthly updates to ensure you are up-to-date on all of the EPIC happenings in Walton County! https://youtu.be/qzxVY7PoUzY
7 months ago, WCSD
Superintendent A. Russell Hughes delivered a powerful and inspiring address at the 56th Annual PAEC Leadership Conference. The crowd rose to their feet on fire to begin a new school year!
9 months ago, Joshua Bledsoe
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hughes speaking
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The Walton County School District took the 56th Annual Panhandle Area Educational Consortium by storm last week! The leadership of the WCSD has been hard at work all summer learning and making themselves ready to bring the best of the educational space back to our children!
9 months ago, Joshua Bledsoe
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The Walton County School District leadership visited the Florida Capitol last week to learn more about the inner-workings of legislation and how to influence legislation for the betterment of children. It was an inspiring experience for all to sit in the seats of those who represent our great state!
9 months ago, Joshua Bledsoe
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It's not too late to join our amazing team! Check out our employment page to see what positions are still available - there is a place for YOU in the Walton County School District.
9 months ago, Joshua Bledsoe
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WCSD Gets New Decals! If you see a District vehicle driving around town, check out the new branding! WCSD takes EPIC everywhere we go!
9 months ago, Joshua Bledsoe
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Welcome to our new website!
11 months ago, Walton County School District
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