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Walton Middle School invites the families of next school year's sixth grade students to attend "Middle School Jump" on Thursday, May 2, 2019, from 6:00-8:00.  At this Title 1 parent training event, WMS administration, faculty, and even students will help incoming sixth graders get a jump-start on what it takes to be successful middle school students.  Free dinner and childcare will be provided.  WMS can't wait to meet the families of its new Warriors!

MAUDE SAUNDERS COMMUNITY MEMBERS:  Please consider supporting this precious cause.  

On Wednesday Night the Alex Brack Foundation is having a Dinner Night at 5 local restaurants. The Alex Brack Foundation Scholarship was started 4 1/2 years ago in honor of the eldest son, of one of our teachers, who was killed in a car accident. The foundation provides two high school scholarships a year but more important we provide monies for families to pay for ABA Therapy for Autistic children. All monies stay local. Thanks for any support you can give us on Wednesday night.

FYI - The Pizza Hut code is good for all day at numerous locations.

April Happenings

March 27, 2019

 Florida School Library Month Each year our schools districts and Florida citizens take time to recognize the programs, services, and resources provided by school library media centers.  This celebratory month provides opportunities across the district to highlight school library media contributions fo the education of our students. (memo) (attachment)


Florida School Volunteer Appreciation Month The month of April is dedicated to honoring parents, students, community members, and business partners for their many volunteer contributions in our schools. Visit our website for a variety of recognition ideas as your district prepares to celebrate volunteers. As we look forward to highlighting state winners of the 2018-2019 Outstanding School Volunteer Award next month, we want to say an extra special “Congratulations and Thank You” to all our district nominees!

April 7-13 is National Volunteer Week





April is Child Abuse Awareness Month - Please see the following resources for your planning:

April is Autism Awareness Month - Please see the following resources for your planning:


Rosemary Beach Foundation's Music in Pictures juried Art Show is currently in process, with over 315 works of art created by students from Walton County School District, and over 360 total including area private schools.  Art is being displayed now through April 20 at the following locations: 

Amavida - Rosemary Beach
Coastal Branch Library - Santa Rosa Beach
Freeport Public Library - Freeport
Sacred Heart Hospital - Miramar Beach

Attached are the color poster and medalists announcement from Rosemary Beach Foundation. The awards ceremony will be held on Sunday, April 28th, at 2 pm, at Freeport High School (12615 US Hwy 331, Freeport, FL 32439). All participating student artists will be acknowledged and receive his/her medal on stage.  We hope that you, your students, and their guests will be able to see the exhibition and attend April 28th ceremony.


Scholastic Book Fair

March 21, 2019

Beginning Sunday 3/17/19 students and their families may start shopping online for the Scholastic Book fair by accessing the school link at:


The Scholastic Bookfair will be coming to our school from March 29-April 5

No time to visit the Scholastic Book Fair? Shop online now through 4/6/19. Purchases will be delivered to Maude Saunders Elementary and shipping is FREE.


They may also learn about and set up an ewallet account for the bookfair for their student so that the student does not need to bring cash to school for the bookfair!

Spring Break

March 21, 2019

Spring Break:  March 18 - 23, 2019

Please be safe and enjoy your time off!!

Music Black Belts

March 21, 2019

MSE fourth graders earned their performance black belts this week.  Congratulations to Braelyn Burch and Henry Montoya.  Now they join the Double Black Belt series.


Music Black Belts

March 7, 2019

Congratulations on receiving your black belts in music this school year!

5th Grade - Pictured Left to Right:   Adriannah Amrhein & Cailyn Ealum