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Future Little Warriors

May 10, 2016

Submitted by Krisy Spence, Maude Saunders Elementary

Pre K students from the WISE VPK visited Maude Saunders to see what kindergarten will be like.  Mrs. Willcox’s kindergarten class served as great hosts and even let them sit in their desks.  

Submitted by Krisy Spence, Maude Saunders Elementary School

Mr. Truett's fifth grade class at Maude Saunders Elementary School has received recognition on both the school and national level for their outstanding efforts in reading.  Their class won the Achieve 3000 Read to Succeed 1 & 2 school contests by completing the most Achieve 3000 lessons over a specified period of time.  Also, they have repeatedly won the school’s weekly Reading Trophy by earning the most Accelerated Reader Points on their grade level and throughout the school. Maude Saunders is proud to recognize these students, who have made remarkable reading gains throughout the school year.

Walton County received an award from the Broadband Communities magazine in recognition for collaboration between education and county agencies to have fiber run throughout the county.

Submitted by Krisy Spence, Maude Saunders Elementary School

Maude Saunders fifth graders welcomed special guest Judge Kelvin Wells last week.  Judge Wells spoke to the students as part of the Justice Teaching Program.  

Submitted by Nancy Currie, Freeport Elementary School

FES participated in a Cancer Freeze event on May 6th. Staff, students, and families helped raise over $2000.00 for local cancer patients. The event was an all-day affair with lots of walking, dancing, PE challenges, dunking booth splashes, and give-a-way raffles! Thanks to everyone for making it such a successful event!

FES Cancer Freeze Event

Submitted by Christy English, Walton High School

Congratulations to Azende Rey and Ashley Harper for placing in the state track meet! Azende placed 2nd in the high jump and Ashley placed 4th in the discus.  Way to go Braves!

Pictured left to right: Ashley Harper, Coach Schroeder, and Azende Rey

Submitted by Christy English, Walton High School

On Thursday, May 5, Walton High School's Koleman Truett and Danny Hicks signed their official commitments to play football at the collegiate level.  Koleman, pictured on the left with his mother, signed with Ave Maria University, and Danny, pictured on the right with his mother, signed with Huntingdon College.  Standing behind the boys are Coach Stephens and Principal Russell Hughes.  Congratulations, Koleman and Danny!