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FES is piloting a new program this spring and will fully implement it next year. WatchD.O.G. Dads (Dads of Great Students)is a program designed to get fathers involved in the school as another set of eyes and hands. Dads are encouraged to volunteer one day during the year to assist with activities and events and in the classroom to encourage education and to provide positive role models for the students. We look forward to fully implementing the program next year.

Pictured above is our first dad-Chris Moore with his son.

Every month, Mr. A. Russell Hughes, the Superintendent of Walton County Schools will share a video message with an update on the exciting things happening in the Walton County School District, Walton County, Florida. Check back often to stay informed on all the activities, events and accomplishments of teachers and students in the Walton County School District.

This month Superintendent Hughes celebrates our graduating Seniors and shares the dates for the graduation activities.  Mr. Hughes also recognizes the wonderful teachers and educational support professionals in our district as we approach Teacher Appreciation Week.  He emphasizes the importance of remaining diligent, and finishing the school year out in EPIC fashion!

 https://youtu.be/zZSWku3UFGc

After completing Unit 6 in ReadyGen Community Helpers, they flipped their classroom to celebrate National Superhero Day! The day was all about superheroes...superhero sentences, superhero word families, superhero books, and superhero stories of their own!

The Commissioner of Education, Pam Stewart, named Mrs. Ludwig as one of the highest impact teachers in the state of Florida. After analyzing student performance on statewide standardized assessments, it was found that she had a significant positive impact on student learning growth.
The Commissioner of Education, Pam Stewart,named Mrs. Knapp as one of the highest impact teachers in the state of Florida. After analyzing student performance on statewide standardized assessments, it was found that she had a significant positive impact on student learning growth. 

FES 4th grade student, Emily S.immons, won the Scholastic Storyworks Essay Contest!  The editor of Storyworks wrote Emily a letter stating that she "loved Emily's creative and effective essay"!  

Retired educator, Greg Douglass, visited FES as the "Cat in the Hat" and read to kindergarten and first grade students during Dr. Seuss week.
Ms. Curtis' fourth grade Book Clubs had a blast presenting their Book Club projects.  Before creating and presenting their projects, each Book Club selected, read and discussed one of the Sunshine State Young Readers Award winning books.