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Maude Saunders Elementary School pays tribute to our American Veterans in poetry, song, and special recognitions at an awesome Veterans Day program presented by the entire 5th grade! They brought the audience to tears with their meaningful presentation!
“Thank a Vet!”

MSE Vet prgm
MSE Vet prgm
MSE Vets prgm

The Bulldogs are Football Playoff Ready for tonight and Classroom-College-Career focused for a life time! Mrs. Williams was making it happen with her students. Also, meet Riley Craig, pictured with Superintendent Hughes and Principal Donna Simmons. Riley has been accepted to Full Sail University in Orlando. EPIC3 in Motion in the Dog House!!!!

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This morning, the cross country boys' team was sent off to the state meet in Paxton style. The rest of the student body, faculty/staff, and administration waved off Coach Gilbert, Coach Wilson, and the rest of the team as they danced down the front drive of the school. The entire Bobcat family would like to wish the team good luck and hope that you BRING YOUR BEST! (State Qualifying Team: Eugene Hall, Kage Wibbing, Philip Anderson, Connor Gaither, Nick Johnson, Nolan Morgan, and Lawson Geoghagan.)

PAX Cross country boys

Readers Glow at MHS!

November 8, 2019

Mossy Head School held it's annual Title I meeting and Literacy Night. Mustangs came out for super fun reading activities that included "tasting" delicious books in a book tasting, reading skills with a glow-in-the-dark twist, and escape rooms in which they had to read their way out. 

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night

MHS Literacy Night

Paxton School honored and celebrated our United States veterans today with a moving and inspiring program. The program included special performances by the Sound of the Pride elementary chorus and the Paxton High School Band, which included the songs March of the Armed Forces, The Last Full Measure, Tribute for Band, and The Veteran's Song.
Principal Brent Jones opened the program and served as host throughout. Selected K-Kids representatives served as presenters of each branch flag.The Key Club presented a special flag folding ceremony and explained the symbolism of the 13 folds.
Special guest speaker of the day was Lt. Col. Kevin Kirby, retired Army, who shared with the students about his time in the service.
The school recognized the guests from the different branches of military service with a special gift. Concluding the program, our own Mr. Jones was recognized with a flag for his service in the military.
Paxton School wishes to thank everyone who helped make today’s special event possible.
PAX Vet Day prgm
PAX Vet Day prgm
 

Students in Mr. Tracie Jordan and Mr. Paul Baur's sixth grade world geography classes have spent the week as detectives, delving into text evidence to solve an age old mystery--the death of King Tut.  Students closely and carefully read several texts about King Tut's life and death, looking for clues about how he died--and who, if anyone, had motive to kill him.  Students were deeply engaged in class discussions about the mystery, basing their ideas on their analysis of text evidence.  To make the learning experience even more meaningful for students, Mr. Baur dressed as King Tut, while Mr. Jordan dressed as Sparta, the king's protector.  Though the world may never really know how King Tut died, WMS sixth graders will at least remember several theories about his demise.  They will also walk away with an understanding about how changes in leadership can lead to unrest in societies.  By using the evidence before them, students worked collaboratively and analytically, skills that will prove beneficial to them throughout their lives.

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"Draped in the Cape" at MSE!

November 7, 2019

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a student who excelled on her math assignment!  This third grade student was “draped in the cape” for the day for her super-power efforts.  This is just one way MSE students are recognized for their achievements!

 

Thursday, November 6, was a great crisis management training for school based incidents at the Carlene Anderson training facility The following agencies were represented today at the training: Walton County School District, Walton Emergency Management, Walton Sheriff Office, South Walton Fire Rescue, Walton Fire Rescue, city representative, college representative, and several school district safety specialist. 
EPIC collaboration at this training!
Crisis Management Wkshp
Crisis Management Wkshp

AVID Warriors Lead to Learn

November 7, 2019

On Wednesday, November 6th, Walton Middle School AVID students in all three grade levels joined forces to strengthen their collaboration and inquiry skills.  WMS believes in equipping students to be successful lifelong learners, and AVID, which stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination, supports this philosophy.  AVID tutorials are small group tutoring sessions held during the AVID elective class.  In these tutorials, trained tutors come into the AVID classroom and guide student-centered groups to answer questions about schoolwork.  In the AVID model, students develop questions about things they are struggling with prior to the tutorial session.  Students then lead one another in collaborative group discussions and questioning to determine the answers to the presenter's questions.  Because AVID tutorials are a cornerstone of a successful AVID program, WMS AVID teachers teamed up to effectively model the process for students new to its format.  Mrs. Gaby Brown's seventh grade AVID students led tutorials, while Mr. Dennie Smith's eighth graders paired with Mrs. Brown's sixth graders to help them understand the tutorial observation form.  While some students actively participated in the tutorial sessions, others were guided to observe the process so they will know how to lead and participate properly in tutorials back in the classroom.  These outstanding members of the Warrior tribe exemplified the school's "We, Not Me" spirit as they worked collaboratively to develop essential skills for future academic and, ultimately, career success.

AVID Lead

AVID Lead

AVID Lead

AVID Lead