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Mossy Head School's 1st Grade classes learned about bike safety during Bike Safety Week through a presentation provided by the Walton County Sherriff's Office. Students watched a video and learned important safety rules to follow when riding their bikes. Sherriff's Deputies provided students with a goody bag and a brand new bike helmet. Thank you WCSO!

St. Patrick's Day Dance

March 11, 2014

MHS will hold a St. Patrick's Day Dance on Tuesday, March 11th from 2:30 pm to 4 pm. The cost is $5 per student. Tickets are on sale now!
Congratulations to Cayli Henning, MHS's Student of the Month for March. Cayli is an outstanding student who is a Mustang Marshalls and crew member of the Mustang News, MHS's morning news show. Cayli is an oustanding citizen and role model at Mossy Head School. Congratulations, Cayli!
There will be a Fifth Grade parent meeting on March 4th at 5:30 pm. The purpose of this meeting is to determine if there is an interest in Mossy Head School opening a sixth grade in the 2014-2015 school year. We hope to answer any questions you may have regarding a sixth grade at MHS.

Early Release Days Survey

February 25, 2014

The Calendar Committee would like to ask you to participate in a one question survey that is located on the WCSD webpage.  It is the desire of the committee to create a calendar that best meets the needs of all students and we need your input to make this happen. We need to know your preference for early release days. The survey will be available until March 7th.

Mossy Head School was selected to receive Kid Comfort”, a custom-built cottage from Cottages for Kids, designed by HGTV’s Vern Yip. 


Cottages for Kids is a unique fundraising event in Rosemary Beach that benefits Children’s Volunteer Health Network, a faith based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that seeks to enhance the lives of uninsured and underinsured children by facilitating free, immediate access to medical, dental, vision and mental health care.  With tremendous imagination and craftsmanship, builders and architects come together to create, construct and decorate whimsical cottages that look like they have popped out from the pages of a fairytale to modern creations brimming with creativity.


Mossy Head School’s students are proud and excited to have this new addition to the playground. Thank you Cottages for Kids for your generosity!

MHS is proud to announce Blaze Menser as February's Student of the Month. Blaze sets a great example in and out of the classroom for his peers. Great job, Blaze!

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!