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MHS Celebrates Literacy

January 27, 2014

Mossy Head School hosted 2014 Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida! events during the week of January 13-17. Students participated in themed days such as “Tackle a non-fiction book,” where students wore their favorite sports attire to read non-fiction books and “Wear red and read fiction.”. Students also set a goal to read a combined total of 4,000 minutes on Monday to participate in Florida’s Million Minute Marathon. The students exceeded that goal by reading 5,985 minutes in one day! Mossy Head School media center also hosted a book swap for students to exchange their old books from home for “new” books to read! The Mustang News hosted several guest readers on the morning show to read books to the entire school. Each day, students were reading books and taking Accelerated Reader tests. On Friday, the top 5 readers in each grade level, based on their Accelerated Reader tests, were chosen to come to the media center for a “pop-a-top and read” party, where students read magazines, chatted about their favorite books, and popped-a-top on their favorite soda. Third grade students from Mrs. Ness’, Mrs. Stahl’s, and Mrs. Cole’s classes participated in a presentation by Stacey Betts from the Walton County Health Department. During the presentation, students read a comic book about the importance of diet and exercise. The students of Mossy Head School showed their love for reading all week by celebrating literacy!

January Student of the Month

Carson Freiberger, January Student of the Month

January 3, 2014

Mossy Head School announces their Student of the Month for January is Carson Freiberger. Carson is a crew member of the Mustang News, MHS's morning show. Carson shows great character in and out of the classroom. Congratulations Carson!

Snowy Day at MHS

January 3, 2014

Mossy Head School’s PTO sponsored a snow day for students on Wednesday,
December 18th. The cool day was a perfect setting as students built snowmen, made snow angels, and played in the snow. It was a great experience for students, since most of them had not seen snow before. The students had a wonderful time!

Music in Pictures

December 4, 2013

Rosemary Beach Foundation, with support from the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, presented the Music in Pictures program to Mossy Head School on November 19th, 2013. Dr. Chang Sung is an international concert pianist, recording artist, and also faculty pianist for Brevard Music Center in North Carolina. Dr. Sung performed a variety of songs on the piano. Students, who were mostly unfamiliar with the classical music genre before listening to Dr. Sung, enjoyed learning about a new genre of music.

Science Fair Winners

Students at Mossy Head School were presented with awards on Friday, November 15th celebrating their science fair projects. All the students did a great job and learned a lot about the scientific method. Congratulations to the award winners:

 

3rd grade: 3rd place- Kristen Meeks,  2nd place- Devon Nichols,  1st place- Matthew Encardes

4th grade:  Honorable Mention- Makenzi Walfogle,  3rd place- Kira Young and Alexis Reliford, 2nd place- Blakleigh Carroll, 1st  place – Tyler Boyette

5th grade:  Honorable Mention-Laney Brown, 3rd place- Eli Rodgers, 2nd place- Ellana Schumacher, 1st place- Chase Clifton

Principal’s Award- Emily Wilson

Overall Winner- Kerilyn Sperling

Mossy head Honors Veterans

Students at Mossy Head School gathered on Friday, November 8th to honor Veterans who are serving or have served in our armed forces. Students joined together to say the Pledge of Allegiance and listen to 5th grade students sing several patriotic songs. Parents and students listened to guest speaker, Captain Mike Chua from Eglin Air Force Base, as he talked about why we celebrate Veteran’s Day. It was a wonderful celebration honoring our Veterans. 

Mossy Head School Announces Tropicana Speech Competition

Finalists and Winners

December 2, 2013

MHS Tropican Speech 2013

Mossy Head School’s fourth and fifth grade students participated in the Tropicana Speech Competition on November 20, 2013. Three finalists from each fourth and fifth grade classroom competed for an opportunity to share their speech at the Walton County Tropicana Speech Competition on December 5th. Fourth grade finalists include: Kira Young, Makenzi Bielec, Haylee Hayes, Saphrine Menser, Lily Pryor, and Brayden Harbridge. Fifth grade finalists include: Brianna Wright, Emily Wilson, Terra Atlow, Cayli Henning, Carson Freiberger, and Anna Seigler. Congratulations to the winners! Fourth grade: Haylee Hayes (3rd place), Saphrine Menser (2nd place), and Lily Pryor (1st place). Fifth grade: Emily Wilson (3rd place), Terra Atlow (2nd place), and Cayli Henning (1st place).

Fire Prevention Week

November 12, 2013

Mossy Head School’s Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade classes celebrated Fire Prevention Week with a visit from the local fire department. Firefighters brought their fire trucks and gear to teach students about preventing fires and what to do in case of a fire. The students had a great time learning about fire prevention and safety from our local firefighters. MHS would like to give our local fire stations a big THANK YOU for helping our students learn about fire prevention and safety! 

Fall Fling

November 12, 2013

Mossy Head School hosted their annual Fall Fling on October 25th. The beautiful fall afternoon was filled with fun games and activities, bouncy houses, a dunkin' booth, chili cook-off, a limo "hey-ride," and lots of great food. It was definitely a fun afternoon for everyone!

Mossy Head School hosted their annual Family Reading and Writing Night on October 3rd. Parents visited classroom sessions to learn about the new Common Core State Standards and how learning is changing for their child/children. Parents worked together with their children to complete activities that incorporated the new standards. Afterwards, they were able to visit the book fair in the Media Center and purchase books for their child to read at home. It was definitely as successful evening for Mossy Head School students, parents, and faculty!