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  • Wakulla School District receives check from forestry

    State Forestry representative Daniel Stevens presented a $12,042 check on behalf of Charles Bronson to the Wakulla County School District at the Nov. 16 School Board Meeting.

    The check was a result of proceeds earned from forest thinning at the Wakulla State Forest.
    Stevens noted, “There is a connection between proper forest management and school children.”
    School Board Chair Mike Scott accepted the check.

  • Contributions inspired by the spirit of Dr. Katie Miller

    The Sopchoppy Extension Homemakers Club recently awarded funds to the Wakulla Adult Education’s Katie Miller Scholarship Fund which is designed to help needy students complete their high school diploma in the General Education Development (GED) Program.

    This is an annual donation and is attributed to the memory and spirit of Dr. Katie Miller who was a GED Instructor and a strong advocate of the GED Program.

    To date, the Katie Miller Scholarship Program has enabled more than 120 students to take their GED exam.

  • Riversprings Middle School Bear Band sets outstanding achievement records

    The Riversprings Middle School Bear Band underwent a transformation last year in its grading system and performance level.

    By doing so, the students are really benefiting in the class of Instrumental Music Education (Band).
    Last year, the band set many outstanding achievement records, (including scoring a Superior Rating at FBA District Evaluation, plus 11 Superiors and 3 Excellence Ratings at the FBA Solo/Ensemble Evaluation) and it looks like they may do it again this year. So far this year, the Bear Band has achieved the following:

  • Wakulla exceeds state graduation rate

    By BETH O’DONNELL
    Assistant Superintendent for Instruction  

    The 2010 graduation rate of 82.7 percent for Wakulla County School District was recently released by the Florida Department of Education, compared to the state graduation rate of 79 percent.

    This rate includes students graduating within four years from Wakulla High School and Sopchoppy Education Center. Wakulla High School’s graduation rate calculated at 86.92 percent.

  • Medart Elementary Honor Rolls

    MEDART ELEMENTARY

    A HONOR ROLL
    Kindergarten
    ARD SHAELAH
    BARWICK TRISTA
    DUDASH SYDNEY
    MANNING KANIA
    MATLOCK ANNIKA
    WOOD CHASE

  • Riversprings Middle School Honor Rolls

    RIVERSPRINGS MIDDLE

  • Riversink Elementary Honor Rolls

    RIVERSINK ELEMENTARY

    A HONOR ROLL
    Kindergarten
    DODSON ADALYNN
    HURST NATALIE
    KIMBERL DONALD
    MASSEY LILY
    MCKENZIE GARRETT
    MORGAN CHASE
    SANDBERG HAILEY

    First grade
    FRANCIS HANNAH
    GEORGE JACQUELINE
    GRAY LAURAL
    STRICKLAND ETHAN

  • Shadeville Elementary Honor Rolls

    SHADEVILLE ELEMENTARY

    A HONOR ROLL
    First grade

    ALLEN SHAREE
    BARLAR RANDAL
    BUCKLAND TABOR
    FONDO JEWELL
    GRIMES CAMRYN
    HARTWEIN STEPHEN
    MARLOW CHRISLYNN
    PEACOCK ANNA
    PRETTI EMMA
    RILEY MONICA
    WOLF BLAKE

    Second grade
    CHAMBERS DANIEL
    GRUBBS LANEY
    MARTINDALE MAKENNA
    SMITH SAMUEL
    WARD TIFFANY

  • Wakulla High School Honor Rolls

    WAKULLA HIGH SCHOOL

    A HONOR ROLL
    Ninth grade

    BURSE IAN
    DUTTON ALEXANDER
    GENTRY MELISSA
    GUBALA BRIANNA
    HAMILTON SAVANAH
    HARRIS MADISON
    KELLEY LOGAN
    KELLEY MARLEE
    KENT ALISHA
    LINDO SHAKENO
    LOUDNER BRANDON
    METCALF ALLISON
    OLIVER JACOB
    PARIS CHRISTOPHER
    RODDENBERRY BROOK
    SCHUBERT ALYSSA
    TORRES ANNALISE
    WESTMARK EMILY
    WIEDEMAN MARGARET
    WOOFTER RACHEL

  • Wakulla Middle School Honor Rolls

    WAKULLA MIDDLE SCHOOL