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Part-time AP Computer Science Teacher is Added to our Faculty
Thanks to the generous donations of our Walton community to the Walton Foundation, we are happy to announce the addition of an AP Computer Science part-time teacher to the staff! The hiring of this teacher will directly impact our students since there was a current wait list for AP Computer Science this fall.
As we communicated during the school year, WHSF raised enough funds to hire four (4) part-time teachers for the coming school year. Thank you for your continued support of our students. Please spread the word so that other classes with waiting lists can be filled by adding additional part-time teachers next year!
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.
Congratulations, Dr. Catherine Mallanda!
The Walton Foundation is excited that Dr. Mallanda
continues to be a key leader for and member of the
Walton family. Below are a couple of Q&As with
Question: Why are you excited about being the new principal of Walton High School?
Answer: “I’ve been a student, a teacher, an administrator, and now, I’m lucky to be the principal at Walton. This is a community that I obviously know pretty well. I’ve spent half my life there. I think the fact that I’ve done all four roles at Walton is pretty unique. It is a caring community. They pull together and help each other. They want excellence. They strive for excellence. They are very supportive of what we have done over the years.”
Question: What does Walton High School’s future look like under your leadership?
Answer: “I want to continue all the traditions that Walton has and yet look to the future. As a charter school, we are allowed a lot of flexibility to do that. I think one of the things we have always done is innovate, and I want to continue that tradition to make sure we are an innovative school and are looking to the future of what our students are going to need.”