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Field day events at Butler Elementary were a huge success this year. Each grade level had their own special day to engage in some friendly competition and have a great time! Thanks to the Butler PE Department for your hard work planning and managing the fun!

Submitted by Tammy Smith

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After studying heat transfer, conduction, convection, and radiation, Ms. Lisa Johnson's and Ms. Pam Rushing's sixth grade science students built and tested solar ovens.  Students used pizza boxes, plastic wrap, and aluminum foil to construct ovens that use the sun's radiation to cook s'mores.  The s'mores were cooked to perfection and students enjoyed seeing heat transfer in action.  Submitted by Kristen Nelson.

WMS smores

WMS Smores

WMS smores

As 8th graders in Mrs. Watson's World Geography class review famous European landmarks, students had the opportunity to use their creative skills to create their own models of landmarks such as the Colosseum, Tower Bridge, Tower of Pisa, Stonehenge, etc. 

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

Walton Middle School Principal Jason Campbell and Assistant Principal Scott Hulion honored three outstanding eighth grade students for their exemplary work in middle school—all A’s all three years.  Students Noel Dahl, Billie Hall, and McCaid Paul were treated to lunch during the school day at a restaurant of their choice.  The students chose Bogey’s, taking full advantage of their delicious menu.  WMS will surely miss these three hardworking students and wishes them the best in all their future endeavors.  Submitted by Kristen Nelson.

Some of Paxton's students enjoyed a nice day attending and participating in the local Special Olympics events. Way to go, Bobcats!

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

Call a Doctor… STAT!

Mrs. Meyer’s kindergarten class had some sick words in their room that were missing vowels! Students became doctors and performed vowel surgery! Everyone did a great job saving their patients!  Submitted by Nancy Currie.