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An Apple a Day....

September 19, 2017

Kindergarten students learn about Johnny Appleseed and facts about apples in general. They enjoyed making applesauce and taste-testing seven different foods made with apples.

NED Visits FES

September 7, 2017

The NED show promotes positive attitudes and encourages students to do their very best every day. Never give up! Encourage others! Do your best!

FES is pleased to announce that the Dugas Foundation has given the school a grant to purchase books for the students. Thanks for supporting FES and education.

Let's Visit the Book Nook

August 17, 2017

On the first day of school, students in Ms. Curtis' 4th grade class were eager to get back into reading!

APPLY FOR FREE AND REDUCED PRICED MEALS ONLINE   As of July 1, 2017, the Food & Nutrition Services of Walton County School District is encourgaing parents to apply for meal benefits online! Now, parents can fill out an application from the comfort of home without having to worry about giving it to their student(s) to take to school! Log onto the WCSD website at: and click on Food & Nutrition Services then click on Free and Reduced Meals which is located under the Student/Family Links section.

PAY FOR MEALS ONLINE The Walton County School District Food & Nutrition Department is offering an online service to help you manage your student(s)’ school meal account. You now have the ability to check your student(s)’ school meal account balance online, as well as make payments with your Visa or MasterCard. Contact your student(s)’ school for the 10-digit Student ID Number.

Log onto the WCSD website at: and click on Food & Nutrition Services then click EZ Meal Payment.  EZSchool Pay is also available on your app store!

Summer Camp A Success!

July 10, 2017

FES students spent several weeks at Camp GonnaWannaBeHere practicing specific skills while having Weird Science Week, Construction Week, and working with large numbers in the "depth of the sea".


Principal Lewis, Mrs. Langford, and Mrs. Brinkmann attended an educational conference in Orlando. They are pictured with Chancellor Hershel Lyons.
Students in Mrs. Langford's class toured Mrs. Goldbach's classroom to ask questions about 3rd grade in preparation for moving to 3rd grade next year. The 3rd grade students enjoyed being the "experts" and sharing all about what the 2nd grade students could expect.