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  • Jones and Loney Honored by school board

    The March Teacher of the Month is Riversink Elementary School’s Molly Jones. The Employee of the Month is the district Transportation Department’s Frank Loney

    Superintendent David Miller and the Wakulla County School Board recognized the “can-do” attitude of these high-performing employees at the school board meeting on Monday, April 19. Miller noted that their willingness to do whatever it takes does not go unnoticed.

  • WHS students meet the SIDNE program

    Wakulla High School driver education students and instructor Buddy Tomaini met SIDNE on Friday, April 16 in the bus loading area of the school. SIDNE is not a he or a she, but a what. It is a remote controlled go-cart that simulates impaired driving. SIDNE stands for a Simulated Impaired Driving Experience.

    Lt. Ray Johnson allowed students to get behind the wheel of a vehicle that looks easy to drive. But with a switch of a button, Lt. Johnson demonstrated how difficult it is to drive a vehicle while impaired.

  • Shadeville Elementary competes Brain Brawl

    Shadeville Elementary held its annual Brain Brawl competition on Friday, April 2nd. The Brain Brawl is sponsored by the Coastal Optimist Club and supported by Superintendent David Miller in an effort to support and encourage youngsters to stretch their minds and compete in an academic arena. Students are asked a series of questions from mathematics, science, social studies, geography, language arts, and current events. Under the skillful direction of Shadeville’s fifth grade teachers: Mrs. Davis, Miss Hardage, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Roberts, and Mrs.

  • Crawfordville Elementary Spring Festival is Saturday

    Crawfordville’s Spring Festival

    Do you want to rock climb?  Maybe you want to jump high in the air?  What about trying your skill at an obstacle course, racing a friend to the finish line? 

  • WHS Colorguard excels at state competition

    The 20-member WHS Colorguard competed in the FBA State Auxiliary Solo and Ensemble Competition on April 5 and earned an Excellent rating. 

    This rating continues the guard’s great reputation of outstanding performances. This trip was the succession to their District competition in February and was the first for the guard in over 10 years.

    This year’s show was performed to an '80s rock medley and featured dance, complex flag choreography, drill formations and – new for the state competition – rifles. 

  • Wakulla Christian raising money through recycling

    The teachers at Wakulla Christian School used to see a lot of used drink pouches get thrown away. Now they earn two cents for every one of those pouches they collect and return to a company called TerraCycle, which makes affordable, eco-friendly products from packaging waste.

  • Crawfordville Elementary School Shoots for the Sun

    Ask any Crawfordville Elementary School student how far the Earth is from the sun and you are very likely to get the correct answer…. 93 million miles.

  • CES holds Project Learning Tree activities

    During the week of March 29 through April 2, Crawfordville Elementary School held their first Project Learning Tree Week of activities for all kindergarten through fifth grade students.

    “Wild about Wildlife” was this year’s theme. Rodger Tripp, also know as the “Safari Man” kicked off the week with two assemblies for the K-2nd and 3rd -5th grade groups. Safari Man entertained the crowds with numerous self-written songs aimed at preserving the environment as well as its inhabitants.

  • Prom Fashion Show

    Press Release

    For Immediate Release

    For more information, contact:

    Nancy Floyd Richardson

    (850) 933-1083 cell

    CreativFlo@comcast.net

    Prom Fashion Show Scheduled for Thursday

  • RMS places ninth in MathCounts

    Quick, find the measure of the angle formed by the minute hand and the hour hand of an analog clock at 6:15. You have 30 seconds to answer, no calculator, and about 200 people watching.

    Such were the challenges presented at The Florida Engineering Society’s 27th annual MathCounts competition on Feb. 6 at the FAMU/FSU College of Engineering in Tallahassee.

    (For the solution, visit www.wakullaschooldistrict.org/rms/rmsweb10.)