Welcome to our Walton High School Community!

    

 

CAN YOU SPOT THE POT? 

C.O.P.E. HOUSE TOURS at WALTON 

For Parent and Guardians combat teen substance abuse! 
Tuesday, October 30th
7:00-9:00 pm
Walton High School Front Parking Lot

As parents, we go the extra mile to ensure our students attend the best schools and stay active in extracurricular activities.  But our job doesn’t stop there, and we must stay vigilant to ensure our children never get involved with substance abuse.  Watch the attached, and you will see how easy it is for teens and young adults to hide pills and pot. 

Walton PTSA, Cobb County and The Zone are offering parents and guardian a truly unique opportunity that will only take 15 minutes of your time.  The Cobb County's mobile classroom called the C.O.P.E. House (Cobb Overdose Prevention Effort), will be at Walton High School.  The house is designed to mirror a teenager’s bedroom, bathroom and closet.  With a guided tour, you will learn about warning signs of drug use and addiction.  More than 50 items (clues) are on display within the area.  We ask that no one under the age of 18 or attending high school be permitted inside.

Click here to reserve your confidential spot today.  15 minutes can arm you with the information you need to keep our children Drug Free.

 

WALTON TRUNK or TREAT for Teens and the Whole Family 

Tuesday, October 30th, 6:30pm, Walton Front Parking Lot

You are never too old for Trunk or Treat.  Walton Teen Advisory Council invites all students and their families to attend Walton’s Trunk or Treat. Walton Clubs and Student Groups are dressing up their car trunks with scary or funny decorations and will be passing out candy.  Bring your pocket change or dollars to vote on the best decorated trunk.  All proceeds will benefit THE ZONE, providing a supportive environment and resources for teens and young adults seeking and experiencing long-term recover from addiction.   

STUDENT GROUPS and CLUBS CAN ENTER THEIR DECORATED CAR BY COMPLETING AN ENTRY FORM FOUND IN THE FRONT OFFICE.


Walton Fall Career Fair 

Students could find their golden ticket to a successful career at The Fall Career Exploration Fair , October 24th at 1:00 to 2:30 outside the Information Center.  30+ professionals will be on hand for one-on-one and small group career exploration interviews.  All students are encouraged to participate and learn about salaries, required education and experience needed to work in various fields including health care, law, finance, sales, engineering, IT and many more.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education 

  Have you ever wondered who made the decisions about public education in Georgia and in our school district? This tool from the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education will explain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Tuesday is the last day to register to vote in the November 6 general election.

Find registration information HERE.

If you have college students who need to vote via absentee ballot, or you will not be able to vote in person on November 6, request an application HERE.

(Anyone can vote via absentee ballot without a reason.)

 
Advance voting begins October 15. Check here for additional information. 

Join or renew your PTSA membership by clicking the link below:

come together and volunteer! we need you!

Please consider a volunteer role in one or more of the many committees or activities that make Walton strong and vibrant, we have plenty of work to go around and flexible work schedules, we are an equal opportunity volunteer organization, we need you

 

Communication 

 2018-19 Walton Raider Review 
Freshmen insert to the Walton Raider Review

Social Media

  

     

Walton first place Outstanding Local High School 2017-2018

Congrats to us, Walton PTSA awarded first place "Outstanding Local High School Unit" for the school year 2017-2018 by the GA PTA at the annual convention and leadership training conference. This would not have been possible without the support and dedication of our volunteer community, it really does take a village, thank you!