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2019 Science Fair winners

February 28, 2019

Pictured:  top row (L to R) Camila White (5th Grade - 1st Place), Evan Hester (5th Grade - 2nd Place), Ronita Hinote (Principal), Branwyn White (5th Grade - 3rd Place), Foster Stephenson (5th Grade - Honorable Mention); bottom row (L to R) Penelope White (4th Grade - 1st Place), Evan Trammel (3rd Grade - 1st Place), Cameron Kingsley (3rd Grade - 2nd Place), Chyanne Gregor (4th Grade - 2nd Place), Hunter Seigler (3rd Grade - 3rd Place), Noah Dunaway (4th Grade - 3rd Place)
Mossy Head School's Odyssey of the Mind team competed in the Emerald Coast Regional competition on Saturday, February 23 and placed 1st place in their division. They will present their solution to their problem, Hiding in Plain Sight, at the Florida State Competition on April 6th in Orlando. Odyssey of the Mind is a creative problem solving competition where students create a solution to a long term problem and present it. Students also solve spontaneous problems for judges as part of the competition. Students that competed were Mikylee Coppens, Charlie McClung, Foster Stephenson and Annalise Higgins. The team was coached by Meredith Ness and Hannah Lovelady.

Science Night at MHS

February 28, 2019

Families at Mossy Head School enjoyed an evening of science and learning on Tuesday, February 26th. Parents were able to browse student-made science fair exhibits, participate in hands-on science activities with their children, and enjoy a hotdog dinner too! Everyone had a great time learning about SCIENCE!

MHS hosted our annual Title 1 meeting and "Souper" Reading Night on January 31. Families were served soup and sandwiches for dinner. Parents then visited the classrooms with their children and were given different strategies to use at home to help their child reach their reading goals.