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Musicians from George Washington’s Continental Army, Donna Wissinger and Joy Myers, visited Freeport Elementary School and presented The World Turned Upside Down: Music and Stories of the American Revolution.  Students experienced stories from the Revolutionary War, and actively participated as patriots, loyalists, and courageous leaders in the world changing period of American History. 

Many thanks to the Silver Sands Premium Outlets for their sponsorship of this program.

Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten will be June 6- August 10

Registration is currently underway and space is limited.  To register

- Students need a "Certificate of Eligibility" issed from the Early Learning Coalition of Okaloosa-Walton Counties.  

- Documentation required for registration:

    1. "Certificate of Eligibility" from Early Learning Coalition of Okaloosa-Walton

    2. Original Birth Certificate

    3. Florida School Ready Physical

    4. Current Florida Immunization Record

    5. Proof of Florida Residency

Parents may register students at the following schools:

North Walton County: WISE Pre-K at Maude Saunders Elementary

                                 416 John Baldwin Rd.

                                 DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433


South Walton County: Van R. Butler Elementary School

                                 6694 W. Co. Hwy. 30A

                                 Santa Rosa Beach, FL  32459


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We Need Your Help!

February 2, 2015


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.

Literacy Week at FES

January 27, 2015

Guest readers shared their favorite books with students during Literacy Week.