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As a special treat at the PHS Homecoming Pep Rally, the Spanish Club (lead by their sponsor: Micah Trinidad) performed a medley of Latin dances for the entire student body. The performance included dance styles like Bachata, Merengue, and Salsa. Great job, Spanish Club!

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

During Paxton's Homecoming festivities, there is an annual Faculty/Student Free Throw Competition. The students are allowed to call out the competition of their choice. This year, Noah Brown, a senior student, stepped up to call out his competition. Noah pointed his finger at a person at the front of the gym as the announcer said, "Mr. Hughes!" Mr. Hughes put forth a valiant effort and showed off some EPIC shooting skills. 
submitted by Kalli McMillan

Van R.  Butler students and their families enjoyed a “sweet “ evening of math related activities at #candycrush math night. What a treat! Submitted by Tammy Smith.

Freeport High School’s Shannon ‘Junior’ Carswell recently signed a full-ride football scholarship with the University of Southern Mississippi. Shannon is the only football player who signed a Division 1 FBS scholarship from Walton County this year. Congratulations Shannon!

Submitted by Patty Woodard.

See what CTE has to offer by viewing CTE: Learning that Works for America and also check out the many CTE Programs that WCSD has to offer throughout the district at http://walton.k12.fl.us/career-and-technical-education

If you have any questions concerning CTE programs or how industry certifications could articulate to college credit, please contact your school's guidance counselor or the WCSD Career Counselor at 892-1100, Ext: 1358.  Submitted by Donna Honish.

In this engaging science lab, Mrs. Shani Hicks' fourth grade class at WDE explored food chains and webs by dissecting owl pellets! They found out that owls swallow their prey, and then regurgitate the fur and bones. Through this dissection, students were able to compare bones from their pellets to the bone chart to determine the types of prey owls feed on. By doing this, they were able to trace the flow of energy from the sun to producers and consumers, and classify owls in the food chain. Submitted by Jessica Dawkins.