Name a classroom in the new Performing Arts or Academic buildings to secure a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to leave a lasting legacy at Walton High School.
It's almost finished! We were unable to access the Raider Valley Brick wall due to the ongoing construction over the last few months. We have just placed the order for all the bricks that have been sold over the last 8 months and these bricks should be installed in a few weeks.
Based on this order, there appears to be 80 bricks left for sale on the Raider Valley Entrance. When these commemorative bricks are sold, this will be the end of our sales. Don't miss your chance to be a part of this lasting legacy!
Buy your Brick HERE!
Final Exam Survival Kits
DEADLINE: Friday, Nov 22!
Don't miss the opportunity to wish your student good luck on final exams!! Exams can be overwhelming and stressful! Does your student need a boost for the fall and spring final exams? If yes, please click here to order one or both exam survival kits for your students. The survival kit will be distributed to students the week before each of the final exams.
Technology literacy is a critical skill for success in any field but many students feel intimidated by the world of coding. Walton Robotics' goal is to make everyone proficient in this language of the future by offering a free introduction to coding workshop for Walton students during WEB on Nov 13 and Nov 20. This hands-on, interactive project will expose students to basic programming and electronics utilizing the Arduino platform. Absolutely no experience necessary and, thanks to the financial support of the Walton Foundation, all materials are included! Registration is required and space is limited. Register
All current donors are invited to join us Wednesday, December 4th at 9:00 am in the Information Center. Dr. Mallanda will discuss the new CCSD strategic plan, which is creating a new graduate profile.
The Foundation's Student Leadership Council (SLC) raised $1260.00 in August and September via WEB concessions, Grill Days and a PJ Day. On Thursday, Nov 7th, Dr. Mallanda, Carly Judenberg and Maurya Dilip presented forty-two (42) $30.00 Target gift cards to the Center for Children and Young Adults. The gift cards will be used by the residents for important items like pajamas, slippers or other needed items.
Way to go SLC members!
Pictured from left to right: Dr. Catherine Mallanda, Angela Thorton (CCYA), Carly Judenberg and Maurya Dilip
The Student Leadership Council is hosting an afternoon of basketball fun during WEB on Dec 4th. We are hoping students will joins us in raising funds to help grant a WISH for a youth from Georgia. Our students can relieve some stress and do some good at the same time! All proceeds will be donated to Make a Wish Georgia to help grant a wish for a Georgia youth with a chronic illness.
SLC's Swishes for Wishes will include a Shooting Contest, 3v3 Competition and a Knock-out competition. Please sign up by clicking HERE and join the fun.
Each year the Foundation is able to buy supplies and teaching aids for the teachers and staff at Walton High School. These efforts are completely funded through the Kroger and Publix reward programs. Please click here to find out how to link your purchases to these rewards. Without the help of parents shopping at our local Kroger and Publix stores, we would not be able to offer the Teacher Grants we do each year! Thank you for your support
Call to Conversation, a Foundation initiative to engage with students in thoughtful conversations about issues at Walton began last year and is showing great success in this year's first session. Students are recommended by their teachers to come and be a part of a discussion on various topics recommended by administration. The Foundation provides lunch, and the counseling department facilitates the discussion. The first session is information gathering. After the first meeting, the counselors meet with Administration to share what was learned. At the second meeting, follow up information is provided, and additional questions may be asked.
By supporting the Foundation, you are investing in your child’s education, as well as tomorrow’s leaders and problem solvers. WHSF is a 501c3 organization. Any donation made to the Foundation should qualify as tax-deductible. We appreciate your support!
The Walton High School Foundation provides a distinct and essential role in improving the quality of student education by supporting teachers and administrators, providing up-to-date technology and supplies, and reducing class sizes in core curriculum subject areas to enhance student achievement.
Faculty Grants funded through our partnerships with Publix and Kroger are available to Walton High School teachers. Your participation in these programs will provide helpful tools and services to the faculty which will enhance and enrich the classroom environment and student learning experience.
Kroger and Publix