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MHS ESP of the Year

December 18, 2020

Mossy Head School would like to announce and congratulate our ESP of the year, Ms. Carolyn Ingram. Ms. Ingram always has a smile and offers a helping hand to anyone in need. She not only helps provide healthy meals for MHS students, but also takes time to get to know students and build relationships with them. The care and concern she shows for others helps individual students and  supports Mossy Head School's overall goal to create a positive learning environment. Thank you and congratulations, Ms. Ingram!

MHS November House Meeting

November 16, 2020

Mossy Head School met for their November House Meeting. Houses competed in a Chant Off where the Houses presented the chants they have created for the other Houses. Students that met their fourth AR goals, received their AR House MVP shirts. New students and staff drew to find out what House they will join.

MHS students and staff dressed up in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math vocabulary words to show that they are too smart to start! Students chose a STEM word, a word that is related to or used in STEM , and then created a costume to represent that word. Students also made signs to represent and explain their vocabulary word. This activity was part of Red Ribbon Week.

Mixed Up Pattern Day at MHS

October 29, 2020

Students and staff dressed in as many patterns as they could to show they don't get mixed up with drugs.

We are continuing to monitor Hurricane Zeta. Our local weather experts have forecasted tropical storm force winds beginning tonight and ending in the early hours of Thursday morning. With this information, the Walton County School District will continue school as planned for tomorrow, October 29th. As always, safety is our number one priority. If you have any safety concerns, absences should be based on the best decision for your family. We will continue to monitor the weather, and we encourage you to continue to check back on our district website.

Mossy Head School staff and students show they use their heads and don't use drugs by coming to school with crazy hair as part of Red Ribbon Week activities.