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MHS students and staff dressed up in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math vocabulary words to show that they are too smart to start! Students chose a STEM word, a word that is related to or used in STEM , and then created a costume to represent that word. Students also made signs to represent and explain their vocabulary word. This activity was part of Red Ribbon Week.

Ms. Kathy Russ believes it is essential to not only teach academic but also practical skills to her students, and that when combined, the two can lead to loads of fun.  This week, students learned about the human body and made noodle skeletons.  They also learned how to bake bread and concoct mummy pizza.  And to add to the excitement, Ms. Russ led the class in making magnetic slime, proving that both learning and fun ooze from her room.

Ms. Estes' art students and Mrs. Matias' Spanish class collaborated to create a beautiful ofrenda in honor of Dia De Los Muertos.  Dia De Los Muertos is observed in Mexico to celebrate the lives of ancestors who have passed.  It is a beautiful holiday full of flowers, art, food and love.  Ms. Estes' students painted plaster masks in the traditional art style, while Mrs. Matias' students developed tourist brochures.  Please enjoy our collaborative ofrenda.  Way to go students!

Superintendent Hughes had the honor of welcoming Chancellor Mack from FLDOE to Walton County and specifically to Emerald Coast Technical College.  We were able to share the valuable work our teachers, staff, and Principal Wyndy Crozier are doing to maintain our number five status for technical colleges in the state of Florida.  One would not believe the phenomenal work, education, and preparation our Nursing students are receiving at ECTC…..EPIC is No Exception to the way we do things at Our Technical College!

We are continuing to monitor Hurricane Zeta.  Our local weather experts have forecasted tropical storm force winds beginning tonight and ending in the early hours of Thursday morning.  With this information, the Walton County School District will continue school as planned for tomorrow, October 29th.  As always, safety is our number one priority.  If you have any safety concerns, absences should be based on the best decision for your family.  We will continue to monitor the weather, and we encourage you to continue to check back on our district website.   

We are currently monitoring Hurricane Zeta.  Although Walton County is not in the tropical storm warning zone at this time, our local weather experts have forecasted possible tropical storm force winds for Wednesday night beginning at 8:00 p.m.  with this information, the Walton County School District will continue school as planned for tomorrow, October 28th.  As always, safety is our number one priority.  If you have any safety concerns, travel related absences should be based on the best decision for your family.  We will continue to monitor the weather, and we encourage you to continue to check back on our district website. 

Walton County School District, along with Superintendent Hughes and countless educators around the state of Florida would like to say happy retirement to a legend in the world of education to Mrs. Joy Frank, Esq.

 

Joy Frank has been the catalyst and conduit for Legislative Focus, solutions, grounding and centering for Millions of Students in the districts of all 67 counties in the state of Florida. There really is no way to measure the work, service, long lasting impact this Giant of A Person has navigated the past 23 years in her tireless and relentless work. Mrs. Joy Frank on behalf of the current almost 11,000 students, 1400 employees and the 1000’s  of both that have matriculated through the hallways of our schools the past twenty-three years, WE SALUTE YOU for being what we call EPIC!