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Due to the weather conditions expected, all Walton County schools will have a delayed start time by two hours, Thursday, March 31st. The two hour delayed start times include students and employees. Transportation will also be delayed by approximately two hours. Release times will not be affected. Based on data from Emergency Management, Walton County is expected to experience high force winds, heavy rain, and potential flooding between the hours of five and seven a.m. Absences will be excused on Thursday, March 31st, 2022, if you choose to keep your child home. The Walton County School District will continue to monitor the weather with our local experts. Stay safe and continue to check our district website, school websites, social media platforms, Bus Bulletins, and Here Comes the Bus for more information.

Example start times for March 31st:

If your school start time is at 7:45 a.m., your school will start tomorrow at 9:45 a.m. If your bus pick up time is at 6:30 a.m., your bus will pick up tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. As a reminder, dismissal times will not be affected.

Don't Stop Dreaming!

The Mossy Head School Odyssey of the Mind Team has had a very successful year and we are so proud of them! The Division I team chose Problem #5: Life is A Circus! for their long-term problem for this year's competition. After months of practice and preparation, they placed 2nd at the Emerald Coast Odyssey of the Mind Regional Tournament. The team was then invited to go to the Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament in Orlando, FL. Again, they made us proud! They placed 9th out of 15 other teams in their division and problem group, 1C. They placed 15th out of all 30 teams total that competed in division 1, problem 5. 

*Each team must present a long-term problem solution and a spontaneous problem solution to be scored by judges. 

Mossy Head School Kindergarten is the recipient of The Florida Wildflower Foundation's Seedling for Schools Grant this school year.

TThey are learning how their school garden helps  our Florida ecosystems and also connects pollinator pathways across the state.

Their spring garden will include Swamp Milkweed, Tropical Sage, Dune Sunflower. Blackeye Susans and Threadleaf Coreopsis.