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No time for hibernation for the VRB Bears in 5th Grade!  They were preparing like there is “No Tomorrow” for their FSA Assessments coming up.  Teachers were operating Jeopardy Board, Algebraic Expressions were challenging the minds of students who were ALL working in groups to make sure “No Bears” would be left behind or alone when it comes to being prepared, ready, and yes Simply EPIC!  What a Fifth Grade Team of teachers and support staff making it happen as the Superintendent made an unannounced visit to the largest elementary school in the WCSD!  “Let’s Go Bears, You Got This!”

Teacher Appreciation and ESP Recognition Week really looked like Student Success Week at Maude Saunders Elementary School.  Science Boot Camp was challenging the great minds of Fifth Grade Students like never before.  Excitement with a major mindset of “Get it Done” permeated each group, student, teacher, and classroom as the Superintendent made an unannounced visit!  How blessed we are to be in the WCSD.  EPIC is simply the way things happen on a daily basis!  One would not believe here is only 19 days to go.  We are “Having Schools as Usual”!  Hanging on and Gaining on!

Walton High School teachers want to be sure our students know how much they are loved and reminded of how hard they have worked this year.  As students came ack to school on Monday, our goal was to make them smile a little bigger and feel confident knowing they have a huge support system behind them when they see notes from their teachers lining Braves Blvd.  Every Walton High School student has a note of encouragement from someone in the building. 

EPIC is the Walton County Way.

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FHS AP Research Presentations
Superintendent Hughes and other staff members had the opportunity to view FHS' AP Research Class in action.

FMS Together We Rise

April 28, 2021

Mr. Olson, teachers and students are loving the “Together We Rise” interactive wall art. FMS art students worked together to create this uplifting mural to bring Bulldogs together and have some fun.