Fourth-grade teacher Elizabeth Richards shared an idea with co-workers at Antioch Elementary School.
She suggested that this year’s school motto of “teamwork makes the dream work” could inspire students to paint rocks with insightful sayings and place them at the front of the school.
The school welcomed new teachers Amanda Butler, Elyse Zalucki, Alicia Hardesty and Crystal Snyder.
Late in August, the Emerald Coast Science Center served as host to Plew Elementary School, holding extended hours for families to enjoy the Math Alive exhibit.
Along with the interactive displays, students were able to program the Mars Rover simulator.
In its third year of a five-year program, the West Navarre Primary School continues its Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math initiatives.
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Kenwood Elementary School announces its safety patrol: Abigail Vinson, Kayla Delisser, Zachary Lehmen, Marc McDonald, Jenna Orlando, Marlee Downey, Jaden Evans, Kole Hotchkiss, Olivia Sailor, Jonathan Morgan, Tamya Bledsoe, McKenzie Moeller, Cooper Devore, Blake Peters, Juliet Blowers, Alyssa Vinson, Avery Torres, Trinity Overturf, Jade Jenkins, Kai Horner, Mason Daniels, Dawson Newnam, Thomas Heck, McKenzi Coiner, Missy Boekel and Laura Spolski.
“These students must have good grades and show the ability to handle the responsibility of keeping others safe on the ramps, load and unload cars, and raise and lower our flag,” said Principal Joan Pickard.
Three Pryor Middle School Band students attended the Florida State University summer middle school band camp July 9-15: Logan Cabrera on alto saxophone; and Lundy Phillips and Taylor Wilson, both on trumpets.
Hank Phillips directs the Pryor band program.
The Youth Village, a Fort Walton Beach after-school program, needs a reliable driver with a commercial driver license. For job requirements and information, contact Youth Village Director Nellie Bogar at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.NelliesYouthVillage.org.
Freshmen class officers have been elected at South Walton High School: President Pablo Robles, Vice President Kyleigh Page, Secretary Lilly Reifschneider, Treasurer Mary Claire Brown, and representatives Neeley Brewer, Dalton Romano and Matthew Trawick.
Beau Daughtry is the Mossy Head School Student of the Month.
Earlier this school year, family members joined the students for a morning of Granola with Grandparents.
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