Mr. Patrick's AP U.S. history students joined him before school this morning for his annual breakfast tradition. Needless to say, they were all ready & psyched for their AP exam this morning!
3 days ago, Walton High School
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We implemented an attendance incentive program from March 25 to April 30 to emphasize to students that EVERY DAY COUNTS. Students with two or less absences earned a field trip to Dave & Buster's in Panama City Beach today. While we have no doubt the students had fun on the trip, we hope they also learned the importance of showing up & working hard every day. As Woody Allen said, "Eighty percent of success is showing up." Keep working hard, Braves, and success will follow.
17 days ago, Walton High School
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Students from Maude Sanders Elementary recently visited Walton High for their final mentoring session. They shared snacks, played games, and were given certificates to recognize their participation in the Barbara Bush ReadSquad Program.
19 days ago, Walton High School
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ReadSquad
Day 1 of Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week: Staff members were treated to a yummy breakfast this morning! We'd like to thank our administrators & lunchroom staff for providing a delicious start to our day. Students dressed up like their favorite teachers today. Tomorrow is "Our Teachers Shine" Day, so we encourage everyone to dress in neon/bright colors to celebrate our amazing Braves staff.
19 days ago, Walton High School
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Breakfast
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Dress-Up
Dress-Up
Students recently participated in Art In The Park, an event coordinated by Lt. Mark Wendel and Ted Toedte of the Crime Prevention Division. This program aims to deter graffiti by painting murals on buildings. All art students at WHS were given the assignment to design a mural based on the theme of "outdoors." Four outstanding art students were chosen. Each student and their crew spent their entire Saturday drawing and painting their murals on the walls of the building at Wee Care Park. Braelyn Burch painted the crab at the beach; Casidy Nidy painted the dolphin, orange slice, and alligator; Evdokia Watkins painted the field of flowers; and Mya Graves painted the flamingos at sunset. The next time you visit the Wee Care Park, take a moment to enjoy these students' amazing artwork!
25 days ago, Walton High School
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Congratulations to the following students that recently received awards at the Music in Pictures award ceremony! - Tegan Wilson, Hunter Nelson, Ruben Torro and Halle Wright - The following students were unable to attend but submitted work: Evdokia Watkins, Jesse Kilgore, Lilly Campbell, Brandon White, Scarlett Anderson, Liv Lellau, Ansley Nowling, Charlie McClung, Tyler Wait, Kaidance Hernandez, Kyla Jesky, Calie Brackin, and Julie Laviolette All the art students that participated worked creatively and diligently on their artwork. This is a difficult project for young artists. They have to create a work of art, an original image, based on their reactions and emotions from listening to various classical music. The highlight of the evening was Tegan Wilson receiving her framed artwork, medal, and certificate for winning a Judges Award for her fabulous artwork. Mr. Wolfer and the WHS family are proud of you!
26 days ago, Walton High School
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Congratulations to the Walton Braves for being district runner-up in a playoff win over Pensacola High on Thursday at the Fort Walton Beach Tennis Center! - #1 Brock Mitchell won 8-3 - #4 Camden Zodrow won 8-2 - #5 Cayden Zodrow won 8-4 - #2 doubles AJ Lardiere and Maston Joyner won 8-4 in the crucial match to secure the 4-3 win over Pensacola The Braves will travel to Gainesville on Tuesday, April 23, for their regional match-up against Eastside High School.
about 1 month ago, Walton High School
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We'd like to give a shout-out to the FBLA members that are helping with Mossy Head's Field Day festivities today!
about 1 month ago, Walton High School
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Field Day
Field Day
Mrs. Stephenson was given a "Won-One" Award for encouraging one of her students every day. This student was able to increase his FAST ELA score from a Level 1 to a high Level 3. When asked how he was able to do this, his response was "because of the encouragement from Mrs. Stephenson!" At the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year, Superintendent A. Russell Hughes unveiled a challenge to all employees of the District, and he calls it “Won-One." The challenge is to find that ONE student struggling and WIN them to change the trajectory of their lives. You may hear him ask, “Have you won-one?” Which is asking if you’ve WON that ONE student. The "Won-One" Award is among the highest honors in the District.
about 1 month ago, Walton High School
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Congratulations to Lt. Col. Groleau for receiving a "Won-One" Award! At the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year, Superintendent A. Russell Hughes unveiled a challenge to all employees of the District, and he calls it “Won-One." The challenge is to find that ONE student struggling and WIN them to change the trajectory of their lives. You may hear him ask, “Have you won-one?” Which is asking if you’ve WON that ONE student. The "Won-One" Award is among the highest honors in the District.
about 1 month ago, Walton High School
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WHS Anchor Club members recently volunteered at Alaqua Animal Refuge. They cleaned out stalls, kennels, and chicken coops; washed puppies; and put together dog beds. After working, they were treated to pizza! Please be sure to visit Alaqua if you’re interested in adopting an animal or volunteering. They have a beautiful property and welcome visitors.
about 1 month ago, Walton High School
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Alaqua
Mrs. Traywick was given a "Won-One" Award for encouraging one of her students every day. This student was able to increase his FAST ELA score from a Level 1 to a high Level 3. When asked how he was able to do this, his response was "because of the encouragement from Mrs. Traywick!" At the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year, Superintendent A. Russell Hughes unveiled a challenge to all employees of the District, and he calls it “Won-One." The challenge is to find that ONE student struggling and WIN them to change the trajectory of their lives. You may hear him ask, “Have you won-one?” Which is asking if you’ve WON that ONE student. The "Won-One" Award is among the highest honors in the District.
about 1 month ago, Walton High School
Traywick
Congratulations to Dr. Tate for receiving a "Won-One" Award! She has facilitated our mental health program this year and, while she has positively impacted many students' lives, she definitely "won" the student that nominated her for this recognition. At the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year, Superintendent A. Russell Hughes unveiled a challenge to all employees of the District, and he calls it “Won-One." The challenge is to find that ONE student struggling and WIN them to change the trajectory of their lives. You may hear him ask, “Have you won-one?” Which is asking if you’ve WON that ONE student. The Won-One Award is among the highest honors in the District.
about 2 months ago, Walton High School
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Mrs. West was recently given a "Won-One" award for making a connection with a student she's taught for two years. She has changed the student’s outlook on math, and the improvement in his grades & understanding has been amazing. At the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year, Superintendent A. Russell Hughes unveiled a challenge to all employees of the District, and he calls it “Won-One." The challenge is to find that ONE student struggling and WIN them to change the trajectory of their lives. You may hear him ask, “Have you won-one?” Which is asking if you’ve WON that ONE student. The Won-One Award is among the highest honors in the District.
about 2 months ago, Walton High School
Mrs. West
The boys regional weightlifting meet was held on Saturday, April 6. Congratulations to the following students for their EPIC achievements! * Noah Laird is regional champ in the 199-pound weight class * Steven Doss placed 3rd in Olympic and 4th in traditional in the 238-pound weight class * Cameron Blackburn placed 4th in Olympic in the 154-pound weight class * Reyes Medina placed 6th in traditional in the 219-pound weight class Noah Laird, Steven Doss, and Cameron Blackburn are advancing to the state competition, which will be held in Lakeland on April 20. Good luck, Braves!
about 2 months ago, Walton High School
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On April 3, Walton High School's Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Corps hosted its Annual Awards Day on campus. More than 30 awards were given to the program’s highest achieving cadets. These accolades centered on cadet contributions in terms of leadership, development, and community service both on and off campus.
about 2 months ago, Walton High School
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On April 3, Walton High School's Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Corps hosted its Annual Awards Day on campus. More than 30 awards were given to the program’s highest achieving cadets. These accolades centered on cadet contributions in terms of leadership, development, and community service both on and off campus.
about 2 months ago, Walton High School
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ROTC
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ROTC
Our agriscience foundations classes started learning about poultry production this week. One of the topics covered was egg quality and grading. Students had the opportunity to candle eggs in class on Wednesday and Thursday. Candling is the process of using light to help determine the quality of an egg. Our foundations students used the USDA's Official Egg Air Cell Gauge to determine the size of the air cell in the egg and the interior grade of the egg.
about 2 months ago, Walton High School
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The annual Pre-K Easter egg hunt at the Wise Center was a huge success! Thank you to the student leaders from Anchor Club, Key Club, and FBLA for your excellent work hiding the eggs, assisting the little ones in finding them, and ensuring a fun time for all.
about 2 months ago, Walton High School
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Congratulations to our 2024 Prom Court, as well as our Queen & King, Natalie Fountain & Jackson Anderson! It's evident from these pictures that everyone had a blast! We'd like to thank RoMo Photo for capturing images of this memorable event. Homecoming Court: Bryson Ortega; Bailey Corey; Maston Joyner; Natalie Fountain; Jackson Anderson; Ollinca Soto-Yovis; Troy Glenn; Emilee Eades
2 months ago, Walton High School
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