• Reyes, McGlamry sign with Pensacola State

    News Correspondent

    Wakulla High School seniors Kat McGlamry and Ana Reyes were both recruited with fully paid scholarships to attend Pensacola State college on Wednesday, Nov. 29.
    McGlamry and Reyes have been playing softball together since they were 10 years old.
    “We used to daydream when we were younger about going to college and playing on the same team, and it is exciting to see this dream actually coming true!” said the scholarship recipients.

  • Academic team competes

    DEC. 7, 2017

  • ‘Gretchen and the Grudge’ at WHS

    DEC. 7, 2017

    What happens when the grudge your holding turns into a real life downer and begins holding on to you instead? A cast of 20 characters brings all the moodiness to life in “Gretchen and the Grudge.” The play will be performed locally on Saturday, Dec. 9 and Dec. 16 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 10 and Dec. 17 at 2:30 p.m. at the Wakulla High School auditorium. Tickets will be sold at the door which will open 30 minutes prior to the show. The cost is $3 for students and $5 for adults.

  • WMS’s William Peck earns Governor’s Shine Award


    Wakulla Middle School teacher and coach William “Bill” Peck received one of Governor Rick Scott’s Shine Awards given to educators from around the state for their dedication to educating students in Florida.
    Peck was recognized at the Nov. 7 Cabinet Meeting for his significant contributions to the field of education.  This awards day added special recognition of Veterans Day on Nov. 11 by honoring veterans who are currently teaching in Florida public schools.

  • Knight, Adkison, Webster and Metcalf honored


    Teachers of the Month and Employees of the Month for November were honored at the Wakulla County School Board Meeting on Nov. 13.
    Teachers Frances Knight, Alisa Adkison and non-instructional personnel Martha Webster and Shonja Metcalf were selected by their peers to be recognized for their positive impact on Wakulla County students, staff, and community.

  • Veteran’s Day program held at Riversprings


  • Riversprings Middle School Parent Induction night

    On Nov. 2 Riversprings Middle School hosted an AVID parent and induction night.

  • RMS Raises money for camp Boggy Creek

    In this season of Thanksgiving, Riversprings Middle School students are working together to help others. RMS Avid students and the Student Council joined forces to collect money for Camp Boggy Creek. They raised over $300. All of these funds will go directly to the camp. Camp Boggy Creek is for children who are affected by cancer. Students can go and just be kids for a week in the summer. RMS started donating annually to the camp when one of our RMS Bears attended the camp.

  • RMS Academic Team wins, qualifies for Nationals


    The Riversprings Middle School academic team traveled to Valparaiso, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 4 to compete in the Lewis Falcon Tournament.  
    The tournament consisted of 20 schools from North Florida and South Georgia, all competing to qualify for the middle school National Academic Quiz Tournament being held in Chicago later in May.

  • RMS Raises money for camp Boggy Creek

    Riversprings Middle School Avid students and the Student Council raised more than $300 for Camp Boggy Creek, a summer camp for children affected by cancer. RMS started donating annually to the camp after an RMS Bear attended.