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Congratulations to Kayleigh Clayton, February's Student of the Month for Mossy Head School. Kayleigh is in Ms. Green's 5th grade classroom and sets a great example for her classmates. Way to go, Kayleigh!
Congratulations to MHS's 2014 Tropicana Speech Winners. Pictured left to right: Ronita Hinote (Principal), Lily Pryor (3rd place/5th grade), Makenzi Bielec (2nd place/5th grade), Haylee Hayes (1st place/5th grade), Trey Atlow (2nd place/4th grade), Tayten Lehmann (1st place/4th grade), and Mason Hennick (3rd place/4th grade).

MHS honors Veterans

November 10, 2014

Mossy Head School honors Veterans during annual Veteran's Day Program

Students, teachers, parents, and staff joined together on November 10th to honor those serving or who have served in our armed forces during a Veteran's Day Program. Mrs. Hinote opened the celebration by welcoming everyone. Morgan Hickingbottom stood proudly as she lead the Pledge of Allegiance. The Headliner's performed several patriotic songs in dedication to our Veterans. Keynote speaker, Retired Air Force Major Dan Owens, talked about the meaning of Veteran's Day. Fourth grade students, Tayten Lehmann and Lauren Gaither, read their writings about the history of Veteran's Day. Thank you, Veterans!

Music in Pictures visits MHS

November 7, 2014

Mossy Head School welcomed guest performer and saxophonist Bryan McNamara, who is the General Manager of Orchestras at Florida State University. His performance coincided with the Music in Pictures art contest MHS students are participating in. The contest is sponsored by the Rosemary Beach Foundation and combines music and visual art. For the contest, students listen to certain musical selections and interpret what they hear into visual imagery. Special thanks to Rosemary Beach Foundation's, Malayne DeMars, for arranging the visit.
Students dressed up as their favorite book character on Friday, October 31st to celebrate Red Ribbon Week and Book Fair at Mossy Head School! Around each student's neck was a sign with a vocabulary word describing their favorite book character. Students discussed the meaning of their word and its relation to the book with their classmates. So much learning and fun too!

Book Fair and Red Ribbon Week
October 27 - 31st, 2014

We are CRAZY about Reading and Saying NO to Drugs!

We have some fun days planned to celebrate reading and Red Ribbon Week. Here is the schedule!

  • Wednesday, October 22nd
  • Monday, October 27th
    • Crazy Hair Day
  • Tuesday, October 28th
    • Crazy Hat Day
    • Park and Peek at the Book Fair- Come in that morning and shop the book fair with your child from 7:15-8:00 am.
  • Wednesday, October 29th
    • Crazy Socks Day
  • Thursday, October 30th
    • Spirit Day- Be CRAZY for your school and wear your MHS t-shirt or a red shirt!
    • Book Fair Family Night - Come in and shop the book fair with your child from 5:00-6:30pm that evening!
  • Friday, October 31st 
    • Crazy Character Day - Dress up as your favorite book character. Create a small vocabulary sign to hang around your neck with a vocabulary word describing your book character. We will have a VOCABULARY PARADE at 8:30am to show off our character costumes and vocabulary words! **Information about the vocabulary parade went home on October 20th. Remember that the Vocabulary Word Planning Sheet is due to your child's teacher no later than Wednesday, October 29th. Contact Mrs. Simmons at 850-892-1290 ext 2632 for more information!

Fire Safety Week at MHS

October 21, 2014

Mossy Head Students Learn about Fire Prevention and Safety

Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and First Grade students at Mossy Head School learned about ways to prevent fires and practice fire safety first hand from the Mossy Head Fire Department. Students enjoyed learning about the fire equipment, fire safety gear, and fire safety tips! Students even got to investigate the inside of an EMS truck. Students walked away with their own fire hat and a goody bag full of Fire Safety learning material.

Walmart presents teachers at Mossy Head School with a gift

Walmart representatives visited Mossy Head School to present the faculty and staff with a celebration. Mossy Head School was chosen as the Walmart in DeFuniak Springs School of the Year. Twenty teachers received $50 gift cards to purchase necessary classroom supplies. THANK YOU WALMART OF DEFUNIAK SPRINGS!

Third Graders at Mossy Head School were recently presented with personal dictionaries by the Walton Republican women Federated (WRWF). Dictionary recipients are pictured here with their teacher Mrs. Allie Blanton (left) and WRWF President Lois Hoyt (right).

Read the full article by Dottie Nist in the Beach Breeze, Week of September 22nd-28th, 2014 edition.