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Mrs. Sherry Ford, a Kindergarten teacher, is Freeport Elementary School's teacher of the year.

Mr. Charles Caldwell is the instructional aide of the year for FES.

Congratulations to both of these deserving staff members!

After 38 years of dedicated service to the students of Walton County, Coach Woodrow Williams is retiring. The staff of FES wishes him much happiness and a relaxing retirement.

4-H Tropicana Speech Contest

November 17, 2015

FES held its annual 4th grade Tropciana Speech contest on November 17, 2015. Eight 4th graders represented their classes by presenting a speech of their choice in front of their peers, staff, and families. Winners were ( R-L in photo); 1st Place-Amelia Dykes, 2nd Place- Makenzi Harbaugh, 3rd Place-Trinity Gilbert. Congratulations to all students for a job well done!


School Improvement/Accreditation Requirements:




Your opinion matters to us. Parental input allows us to make important decisions to help us plan for the school's programming and improvement, as well as meet school accreditation requirements. With your assistance, we are able to create annual goals for Freeport Elementary School.

Please take a few minutes to respond to the survey located at:



Our computer lab is available for your convenience. Please consider walking your child in or picking your child up one day and inquiring about the use of FES' computer lab. Please sign below stating that you have completed the survey for your student to be entered into a drawing for a pizza or ice-cream party.




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It's A Grand Old Flag

October 22, 2015

Students in Ms. Stacey's 2nd grade class are learning about America’s Symbols. They recently started learning learning facts and etiquette about the American flag.

The Rosemary Beach Foundation presented cellist Carrie Miller to the 4th grade classes at FES. The musician's performance was part of the annual music/art contest known as Music in Pictures. 4th graders will be creating a painting based upon a choice of selected classical music pieces. The event will take place later in the school year.