On Monday, August 21, 2017, there will be a partial solar eclipse viewable in St. Lucie County. The eclipse is slated to begin at approximately 1:30 pm and end at 4:20 pm, with the maximum coverage at 2:55 pm. The day of the eclipse is a great learning opportunity for students and adults, but many…Details
We have a unique opportunity on Monday, August 21! This will be the first time in 99 years that a total solar eclipse will cross the nation coast-to-coast. In Florida, as the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, it will only partially block the sun making it look like early evening in the…Details
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – A $40,000 boost in funding is awarded by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) Child Nutrition Services. This is part of the Florida Farm to School Award Program Grant according to Director of Child Nutrition Services Deborah Wuest. “We are so excited to…Details
Students, staff, parents, and community members welcomed the first day of school with celebrations and affirmations of success. Recognizing the great strides made in 2016-2017 serve as a catalyst for continuing the forward momentum this school year. Points of Pride B-Rated School District Soared To 13th From 45th In State Graduation Ranking Improved In…Details
The Transportation Team provides service to approximately 23,000 student riders each day and travels nearly six million miles per year. Making certain that students are delivered to and from school safely is the priority for this Department. To assist parents and guardians with questions about their child’s routes or pick-up times, operators are ready to…Details
The first morning of school was flawless and welcoming as community members, parents, grandparents, teachers and administrators welcomed students to a super successful new year at Northport K-8 School. The support the exceptional Title 1 school received was undeniable. SLPS Superintendent E. Wayne Gent was on hand as well as SLPS Chief Communications Officer Kerry…Details
Summer band rehearsals are vital to a productive marching band season. Fort Pierce Westwood High School is in tune with all high schools in St. Lucie Public Schools as they prepare before the start of school.
Student musicians in St. Lucie Public Schools returned early to begin practicing and refining their craft in preparation for musical performances for audiences throughout the District this fall. Port St. Lucie High School’s Jaguar Band found a beautiful day to harmonize with Mother Nature and rehearse on the field under beautiful blue skies. …Details
Fort Pierce Central’s Cobra Pride makes its way onto the set as students rehearse prior to the start of school.
Cobra drummers and percussionists rehearse for game day.