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Students at Camp Warrior at Walton Middle School learned about animals during a hands-on presentation from Nonie's Ark. Submitted by Kristen Rhodes.

WMS Camp Warrior

Students attending the Summer Bridge Program at MSE are engineering recycled race cars. Students worked together to construct an off-road track where the final race will take place.  Submitted by Brianna Leavins.

MSE Engineering Recycled Race Cars

MSE Engineering Recycled Race Cars


Freeport High School defeated Arnold High School for the 7 on 7 Beach Championship, while also defeating Bay, Rutherford, Graceville and Brookwood (GA) during the tournament.  Go Bulldogs!  Submitted by Patty Woodard.

Superintendent A. Russell Hughes was recently selected as a guest speaker for the Florida School Board Association and Florida Association of District School Superintendents 72nd Annual Summer Joint Conference.  Mr. Hughes provided an inspirational and compelling thought for the day to School Board members and Superintendents of Florida school districts who were in attendance.  He was quoted as saying "With love and compassion for the students in your district, you can make it happen!"  We can definitely attest to that philosophy here in Walton County School District. Thanks to Mr. Hughes for his leadership and inspiration!

Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe


Students at Mossy Head School are packed and ready for fun at "Camp Learn-A-Lot!" Students will participate in the summer bridge program for the remainder of June to enhance their Reading and Math skills, all while having lots of hands-on fun! It's all smiles for these happy campers! Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither.

Warriors Undercover kicked off at Maude Saunders Elementary on Monday, June 12, 2017. Students will be working as "secret agents" to solve new cases each week. "Agents" started their training by having their fingerprints taken by the Walton County Sheriff's Office Crime Scene technicians.  Submitted by Brianna Leavins.

Warriors Undercover

Warriors Undercover

Bay’s 4th grade team attend Greg Tang’s math training in Tallahassee on Tuesday, June 6th.
“These ladies are committed to growing professionally and improving their craft in the classroom,” said Meredith Spence, Bay Elementary School’s Principal. “It’s exciting to lead professionals who work well together and are eager to grow.”
Submitted by Cindy Stewart.