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MSE Vocabulary Parade!

October 31, 2019

MSE’s fifth graders presented a Vocabulary Parade for the school today. Each student selected a word to represent visually, and provided the definition.  The audience enjoyed the presentation and learned at least 100 new words today!

MSE Vocab Parade

MSE Vocab Parade

MSE Vocab Parade

MSE Vocab Parade

Students, families, and staff celebrated Fall during Mossy Head School's twelfth annual Fall Fling. Everyone enjoyed games, contests, raffles, face painting,  food, and each other during this special event.
MHS Fal Fling
MHS Fal Fling
MHS Fal Fling
MHS Fall Fling
Fourth graders at West DeFuniak Elementary have been learning about properties of matter. Through inquiry and observation, they learned that not all liquids have the same density. They did this by creating density towers using different types of everyday liquids. After understanding that different liquids have different densities, they used this knowledge to test the density of many everyday objects.

Forty-four Walton Middle School students earned the opportunity to spend Friday afternoon, October 25th, celebrating with their friends.  Over the summer, these students took vacations for their minds by completing the school's reading challenge.  While not in school, these students each read at least three books (two fiction and one non-fiction) and completed a reading record for each.  Once slightly cooler temperatures set in, the school rewarded these readers with an outdoor celebration with pizza, drinks, cookies, and fun.  Each student also received a $10 gift certificate to the upcoming Scholastic book fair.  For WMS students, a summer commitment to learning continues to pay off throughout the year.

WMS Fall Reading

WMS Fall Reading

WMS Fall Reading

WMS Fall REading

Mossy Head School Pre-K took a field trip to the Rocking B-A-B Ranch where they got to spend a beautiful fall day.  touring the ranch and learning about the different animals that live there and how the ranch takes care of the animals. Students got to feed camels, horses, and donkeys. They also got to take a trip to the pumpkin patch, ride on the ranch train, and take a hay ride.

MHS PK BAB

MHS PK BAB

MHS PK BAB

MHS PK BAB

Second grade students at West DeFuniak Elementary were invited to visit the DeFuniak Springs Airport on October 25th for “Popcorn with Pilots”. Local pilots showcased several aircrafts and educated students on the airport. Students loved exploring the airplanes, getting a popcorn snack, and departing with a goody bag!

Popcorn with Pilots

Popcorn with Pilots

Popcorn with Pilots

Popcorn with Pilots

Popcorn with Pilots

Pumpkins Can Float!

October 29, 2019

Justice Davis and Ady Smith from Mrs. Donna Timmons’ Kindergarten Class at West DeFuniak Elementary School are shown exploring their pumpkins.  The class counted the lines on the pumpkin, measured the pumpkin with linking cubes to see how tall it was and then discovered that pumpkins can float!  The class will also cut into the pumpkins to see what is inside and then carve Jack-O-Lanterns as we continue our study of pumpkins.

Congratulations to the South Walton High School Seahawks Marching Band for receiving Straight Superiors at the Pea River Marching Classic at Elba High School on Saturday, October 26! Color Guard tied for Best Auxiliary in their division, and the band earned Second Place in Division 1A! Go Marching Hawks!

SWHS Trophies     

SWHS Color Guard

A great big thank you to the City of DeFuniak Springs Public Works Department for allowing the Pre-K students at the WISE Center to come for a visit. There was so much to see and learn and the students had a wonderful time learning about Public Works and the people that help our city run properly.
Wise Pre-K
Wise Pre-K     
Wise Pre-K
    
Wise Pre-K