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Bay School says “These “littles” are our future, and our “why!”

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WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG) - We think it's important to share some positive news each day.

For today's 850 Good News, a few students in Walton County drew some pictures with positive messages. Walton County School District shared the photos on Facebook.

Lexan, a first grader at Van R. Butler, drew a picture with a very special "thank you" to firefighters who helped save homes during the recent Musset Bayou Wildfire.

Van R. Butler Elementary School kindergartner, Eloise, has an important message. Her picture shows a girl wearing a mask reminding us all to stay safe.

Help us share good news each day. Post on social with #850GoodNews or submit your photo or video on our website.

Paxton's science and aerospace students give a huge shout out to all of the professionals who gave of their time to inspire them via zoom teleconference during their time learning from home. 

Paxton Aeronautics virtual guests

Top right, Nashville recording artist Casey Kearney kicked off the first week of at home learning with a live performance to celebrate a successful first week!

Bottom left, 2000 PHS graduate Thomas Andrews returned to his alma mater via zoom to share with students about how he has used his master’s degree in biotechnology to work in chemical engineering and pediatric cancer research. 

Bottom right, Blast Research Engineer Trey Paul, of the Battelle Memorial Institute at Tyndall Air Force Base shows students how a window reacts during a blast test during his engineering talk. 

Thank you to all of the guests who shared with our students to keep them energized and inspired!