It’s not too late to catch some math tutorials offered free by Rocky Bayou Christian Academy’s Mu Alpha Theta Club from 12:30-4:30 p.m. today in the school's Saxon Building, Room 555.


Assistance is available for basic math through Advanced Placement calculus.


Bring books, old quizzes and tests.


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In Lewis School music news, eighth-grader Sapphira Coarsey earned a ticket to the Florida Middle School All-State Girls Ensemble after a three-round audition process. Katie Menges McGuire directs the Lewis choral program.


Another eighth-grader, Brendan Driver, earned a ticket for the all-state band after auditioning. Mike Wilson directs the Lewis band program.


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Dune Lakes Elementary School in Walton County saw its fifth-grade LEGO robotics team, One Step Ahead, compete recently in Crestview at a qualifier event, which included 27 Northwest Florida teams.


The team programmed its EV3 robot to complete several challenges on the Boomtown Build competition table to score a high of 150 points.


"We are one of the youngest (fifth-grade) teams and the competition is tough, but the program is focused on teamwork and communication that is so important to kids gearing up for middle school," said Julie Perk, first-grade teacher. Perk coaches the team along with Meredith Flowers.


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Bruner Middle School in Fort Walton Beach installed its 2019-20 Future Business Leaders of America officers and members: President Wilbourne Gottlieb, Vice President Janyna Mollenhauer, Parliamentarian Mary Gilchrist, Historian/Reporter Landon Winn, Secretary Alexandria Pugh, Treasurer Hunter Rohdert and members Matea Singleton, Herman Singleton Jr, Alana Williams, Jaelen Williams, Christopher Columbus, Azariah Barcinas and Brandon Saldana.


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In November, West DeFuniak Elementary School hosted the Tropicana Speech competition for fourth- and fifth-graders.


Fourth-grade winners were first-place Kyson Allen, "The Tasmanian Devil"; second, Makenna Anderson, "Addiction"; third, Charles Allan Brooks, "Mad Scientists throughout History."


Fifth-grade’s first place was taken by Annabel Hicks, "My Geographic Tongue"; second, Carli Nowling, "Sharks Anonymous"; Calie Brackin, "Crocs."


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Take a moment today to remember Dec. 7, 1941.


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