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WISE Pre-K Visits MHS!

March 27, 2023


On Wednesday, March 15th, pre-k students that will be attending Mossy Head School for 2023-2024 school year, came for a visit. The students were greeted by MHS staff members and were given a tour of the school. Students enjoyed being able to meet the Kindergarten teachers, listen to a special book, and eat a special snack in the lunchroom before departing. Students could not wait to go home to tell their parents they were going to be a "Mossy Head Mustang"!

House Lunch Day!

March 6, 2023

On Friday, February 24th, students and staff at Mossy Head School held their first House Lunch Days. Students were all encouraged to wear their house colors on this day to earn a point for their house. As students came into the cafeteria, they sat with their house and amongst different grade levels during their lunch time. Some of the comments you may have heard on this day were: "This is the best day ever!", "We do not have to wait for a cone to talk?" and " I got to meet a new friend today." The lunchroom was filled with smiles and laughter as we count down to our next House Lunch Day on March 31st !



Our AMAZING lunch bunch dressed the part to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday! Students were treated to a special lunch including ABC chicken nuggets, poodles of noodles (mac and cheese), Grinch green beans, One fish, Two fish (Goldfish crackers), Schlott’s Knots (soft pretzel), Lorax peach cups and Mr. Brown’s Moo milk. We love all the smiles that were shared throughout the cafeteria today!

February 15 is National School Resource Officer Appreciation Day. MHS would like to recognize our School Resource Officer, Deputy Whatmough. Deputy Whatmough goes out of her way to establish relationships with our students. We are so thankful that she is such a positive member of our MHS family!

The information below is from Superintendent Hughes regarding Valentine's Day deliveries:

Please be advised that schools in the Walton County School District will not accept deliveries of floral arrangements

and/or gifts for students in recognition of Valentine's Day. This change in policy was implemented 18 years ago and is being continued. While we understand that you may have a desire to send something to your child, we have found that the massive number of deliveries on this day in previous years has created a disruption of the learning environment.

I encourage you to continue whatever personal expression you may want to do for your child. However, be sure to

inform the florist/gift shop that you will pick up the ordered item or arrange to have it delivered to your home.

Thank you for your understanding regarding this decision and our desire to protect the educational environment.


A. Russell Hughes

Superintendent of Schools