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MSE Morning Show

September 10, 2017

These hard-working 5th graders produce the MSE Morning Show 5 days a week. They write the content, run the cameras, teleprompters and sound system, and organize special guests and announcements, all before 8:00 every morning! Thank you, Laila Shipman, Lucas Arcabascio, Nayeli Guerra, and Lilly Coots for your hard work!

Growth Mindset

September 10, 2017

Growth Mindset is a must in 5th grade and Mrs. Wassman's classes stretched their brains the first week of school. The students had to use 4 strings and a rubber band to stack 6 red cups WITHOUT touching them with their body. This made working math problems seem easy!!

Cooperatively Working

September 10, 2017

Students in Mrs. Cameron's third grade class learned to work cooperatively to solve problems the first week of school . The students had to create solutions to various problems in order to find hidden school supplies, and ultimately "save the principal" in a fun team-building activity. "Teamwork sparks success" and these third graders are off to a great start!

Weather Monitoring

September 7, 2017

Superintendent Hughes is keeping in constant contact with community partners and the Governor of Florida to make sure he has the most up-to-date information regarding the weather.  

In the event of an emergency you will receive notifications from the Walton County School District or your child’s school. Now is a good time to call and verify that your child's contact information is up-to-date.   

Schools Are Closed

September 7, 2017

By order of Governor Scott, all Florida schools are closed Monday. 

A decision will be made regarding school on Tuesday by the Superintendent by 2:00 p.m. on Monday.  All extra curricular activities are cancelled for Monday.  

Picture Day Sept. 29

September 5, 2017

Due to hurricane days out, the September 20th picture day has been rescheduled to the 29th of September.  We apologize for the additional change.  

New Dress Code

July 19, 2017

When shopping for school clothes, please be aware that Maude Saunders will follow the Walton County District Code of Conduct which states that shorts, skirts, and dresses must be AT THE KNEE. Leggings, spandex, or tights are not permitted unless worn with an outer garment that complies with dress code requirements and is AT THE KNEE. For information about where to purchase shorts that reach the knee, see the district website
To receive REMIND text messages from MSE, simply text "@mselit" to 469-331-4995. This is a great way to stay informed about upcoming events at Maude Saunders!

MSE drop off and dismissal times have changed for 2017-18

MSE drop off and dismissal times have changed for 2017-18

July 14, 2017

MSE drop off and dismissal times have changed for 2017-18
7:20 Student drop-off begins
8:00 School day begins (arrival after 8:00 will be tardy)
3:15 Student dismissal (car riders and buses)
Are you interested in paying for your child'd school lunch online? Please see information below:
First, parents will need to contact data entry at their child’s school to get the10 digit student ID number to set up the payment account. 
Then, visit to begin making payments. 
A few things you need to know:
1. There is a $2.50 convenience fee for each transaction.  
2. The secure website lets parents establish a free account and add money using credit card, debit card, or electronic check—any time, day or night.
3. With, parents can view their student’s meal transactions and meal account balance, as well as set a low balance reminder and receive alert notifications via email.