• Wakulla Educational Center is a project learning tree school

    Special to The News

    As a testament to its commitment to environmental education, Wakulla Educational Center (pre-k) has been recognized as a Project Learning Tree (PLT) designated school.
    PLT is a versatile, interdisciplinary, environmental education program whose curriculum engages students in both indoor and outdoor activities. Through PLT lesson plans and projects, students develop the ability to make informed decisions on environmental issues and learn how and why to take responsible action on behalf of the environment. 

  • Wakulla teachers spend time at magnetic field lab

    National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

    Three Wakulla County teachers are spending the summer delving into cutting-edge science at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee. They are Kerry Adams, a fifth grade teacher at Shadeville Elementary School, Logan Crouch, a sixth grade science teacher at Wakulla Middle School and Robert Wallace, a Wakulla High School science teacher.

  • RMS holds eighth grade banquet

    By Nancy Commander
    of RMS

  • NJROTC boot camp is held

    Public Affairs Officer

  • Barbara Lewis is June employee of the month

    Special to The News

  • Construction company gets $7,500 in settlement with school board

    The school board approved a $7,500 settlement with North Florida Construction over a failed bid that the district contended was insufficient.
    The settlement was negotiated with the construction company on May 27 and approved by the school board at their meeting on Monday, June 20. At the same time, school board members voted to award the job to Sperry Construction.

  • Congratulations WCS graduates

     Wakulla Christian School’s fifth grade class of 2011 graduated from elementary on Tuesday, May 24. Congratulations to the following new Wakulla Christian School middle school students Brianne Camp, Andrew Carter, Danyelle Dias, Logan Fisher, Mia Frick and Dalton Gray.

  • Seventh graders participate in academic talent search

    Special to The News

    The Duke Talent Initiative Program’s Seventh Grade Talent Search is the largest program of its kind in the nation.
    The Seventh Grade Talent Search identifies academically talented seventh graders based on standardized test scores achieved while attending middle school.
    Candidates are invited to take the ACT or the SAT college entrance exam as seventh graders, which allows them greater insight into their academic abilities.

  • Scholarship winners are honored with luncheon

    Special to The News

    On Thursday, May 19, Wakulla Rotary Club honored its 2011 scholarship winners with a luncheon and brief recognition ceremony.
    Wakulla Rotary sponsors Interact, a service club at Wakulla High School, and applicants must be active members of that organization in order to be eligible for the scholarships.
    The three scholarship winners were Shawn Dolce, Shelby Coleman and Kenoshia Jackson. 

  • Sellers is top fundraiser

    Medart Elementary School is proud to announce that Kendrick Sellers is the top seller for the school’s fundraiser.
    Sellers has been the top seller for the past six years, kindergarten to fifth grade. He is the only student at Medart to accomplish this.
    Sellers will be a sixth grader at Wakulla Middle School for the upcoming school year.