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Congratulation to Walton High School Senior Amos Williams for being selected as  4A All-State Football Team Honorable Mention.  Amos is a four year letterman of Walton Braves Football and Basketball teams.  He is also an active member of WHS Key and Anchor Clubs.

Ally Woodard - John W. Harris Leadership Award

Ally Woodard, 8th grade student at Emerald Coast Middle School received the John W. Harris Leadership Award at the State Beta Club convention in Orlando on December 1st.

This award is named in honor of the National Beta Club's founder and provides recognition to 25 of the National Beta Club's most deserving members. It recognizes the members who best exemplify the ideal of leadership. Only 25 Junior Beta Club members across the nation are chosen each year from the 450,000 Junior Beta Club members. 

Read To Succeed Fall Contest

December 9, 2013

Amy Bennetts class

Names Top row L-R Deanna Chisolm, Brisa Martienz, Kacie Crane, Abi McKee, Willow Motley, Mrs.  Amy Bennett, Shanayh Tyson, Gabby Watson, Erin Howell, Emily Adams Bottom tow L-R Yisaac Zavala, Levi Nelson, Mason Norris, Lance Dukes, Juany’ah Thomas, Dy’rek Howard, Juan Salazar


Walton Middle School is pleased to announce Mrs. Amy Bennett’s sixth period class as the winner of the WCSD's “Read To Succeed” Fall Contest. Mrs. Bennett’s students earned an astonishing 111 points on average, per student, which was 54 points higher than the classroom scoring second place in the event.   

To qualify for the contest, students were required to complete six possible activities. Each time a student successfully completed an activity, his or her class earned one point.  Activity scores of 75 percent or higher earned two points.  Activity scores of 88 percent or higher earned three points. To encourage students to do their very best, extra bonus points were awarded for earning high scores on the activity.

WMS is extremely proud of Mrs. Bennet and her winning class – they really did “Read To Succeed.”

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires that school districts provide parents with an annual school status report at the beginning of each school year. Florida's School Public Accountability Reports (SPAR) have been generated to comply with federal legislation that requires annual report cards on the educational progress of schools, school districts, and the state.

The SPAR provides information for all schools regarding:

  • Student enrollment
  • Kindergarten readiness
  • Graduation rates
  • High school dropout rates
  • Student performance in writing, reading, mathematics, and science
  • Student performance on the National Assessment of Educational Progress
  • Teacher demographic information

The SPAR for your school can be retrieved by requesting a copy directly from your school or you can access the SPAR online by visiting the website below:

Walton County School District (WCSD) has also provided a link to the SPAR on the school district’s website. In order to access the SPAR through WCSD:

  1. Visit
  2. Click on the green Community tab.
  3. Click on the Public Notices quick-link.
  4. Click the link titled School Public Accountability Reports.
  5. You are now on the Florida Department of Education’s website. Click on the link for 2012-13 Reporting Requirements.
  6. From here, choose Walton in the dropdown box.
  7. Choose the desired school in the dropdown box.

If you have any questions about the SPAR, please contact Nathan Smith.

Nathan Smith

Coordinator of Instructional Support Services

850-892-1100 ext. 1505

WCSD will unveil the new district website on Monday, October 7, 2013.  Although school websites will not be activated until prior to the Christmas holidays, the carefully crafted design will provide a consistent appearance between the district and school pages, and will expedite navigation for students, parents, community and employees.   The district website will continue to undergo enhancements throughout the school year as additional features are activated.