• Educators honored for civil rights tour

    The Wakulla County Christian Coalition recognized Superintendent Robert Pearce, Principal Mike Barwick, Assistant Principal of Instructional Services Sherry Lohmeyer and Sonia Clark-Rosier, Associate Dean of Student Services, during a school board meeting on Monday, Sept. 10, for their roles in a civil rights tour that 30 students participated in earlier this year. The Christian Coalition also planned to recognize reporter Erin Hill of The Wakulla News for her series of articles as she accompanied students on the tour of sites. (Photo by William Snowden)

  • School Board honors Paris and Pope

    Special to The News

    September Teachers of the Month Judy Paris and Victoria Pope were honored at the September 10 Wakulla County School Board Meeting.
    “It is telling that teachers select who to honor from their faculties. The people who see the Teachers of the Month in action are the ones who know best what their peers are like day in and day out. These two ladies are to be commended for their hard work and passion for educating our students,” said Superintendent Bobby Pearce.


  • Riversink Elementary holds Title I night

    Special to The News

    Riversink Elementary School held its annual Title 1 Night on Sept. 6. Before the meeting, parents and students were invited for dinner in the cafeteria.
    Mr. Nelson held a presentation to show last year’s data and to celebrate with parents on Riversink Elementary School receiving an “A” school grade from the Department of Education.
    Once his presentation was finished, the teachers held breakout sessions in their classrooms.

  • Wakulla 4-H to host youth leadership workshop while school is out for teacher in-service day

    Special to The News

    Wakulla 4-H will hold a one-day 4-H youth leadership program with rotating sessions designed to prepare students for leadership roles and participation in 4-H competitions. The day’s activities will include a variety of learn-by-doing mini-classes that will introduce youth to varied topics including wildlife ecology and plant identification.

  • WHS hosts college and career fair

    Special to The News

    Students had many questions as they entered the Wakulla High School College and Career Fair on August 27. They left with many answers and with new ideas about planning for their futures.
    Over 850 students participated in this year’s event, including WHS juniors and seniors, and AVID (Advancement via Individual Determination) middle school students from Riversprings Middle School.

  • Admins and employees of the year honored

    Special to The News

    Wakulla County Schools’ Administrators of the Year and Employee of the Year for 2017-2018 were honored at the Aug. 20 School Board Meeting.
    District-Level Administrator of the Year is Angie Walker, Executive Director of Human Resources.
    School-Level Administrators of the Year are Principal Tolar Griffin and Assistant Principal Amy Bryan from Wakulla Middle School.
    Employee of the Year is Jollivet Holmes, who is a CDA (Child Development Associate) at Wakulla Pre-Kindergarten.

  • New teachers attend ‘Boot camp’

    Wakulla Schools

    Students aren’t the only ones who get nervous about starting a new school year.
    On July 31, there were 41 new teachers who attended the “New Educator Boot Camp” put on by the Wakulla County School District Human Resources Department.
    Veteran teacher and Riversprings Middle School Associate Dean Josh Sandgren facilitated the activities and helped welcome Wakulla County’s new teachers to the district.

  • Back to School Breakfast held at WHS
  • Public Schools August 9, 2018

     School day: 8:55 a.m. to  3:25 p.m.
    Louis Hernandez, Principal,
    Alena Crawford, Dean of Students, alena.crawford@wcsb.us
    379 Arran Road,
    Crawfordville FL 32327
    Phone: (850)926-3641
    Fax: (850) 926-4304

    School day: 8:55 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.
    Stan Ward, Principal,
    Katherine Spivey, Asst. Principal,
    2558 Coastal Hwy.,

  • Welcome back, students and parents

    Welcome back to all Wakulla students for the 2018-19 school year.
    The teachers, administrators and staff are all looking forward to seeing our returning students and to welcoming the new ones to our system in pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and other grades where students have just moved into our school district.