Fairlawn Elementary School recently celebrated the 11th Annual Inclusive Schools Week. Media Specialist Buster Nelson read a different book about children with disabilities to each grade level. He read Leo the Late Bloomer about Developmental Disabilities to kindergarten, Andy Finds a Turtle about physical disabilities to first grade, Danny and the Merry Go Round about Cerebral Palsy…
Robbie Baumgarten, a second grade student in Rachel Lutha’s class at F.K. Sweet Elementary is using a part of his Daily Five Reading time to reflect and write about what he has just read. Students are afforded choices within the literacy routine on a daily basis.
Students at F.K. Sweet Elementary recently enjoyed an after school dance sponsored by the PBS Team. The proceeds from the dance will be used to purchase award items for each classroom teacher. This conga line is enjoying one of many different kinds of dances.
The recent Scholastic Book Fair at F.K. Sweet Elementary was a huge success. Students were able to browse before making their final selections of favorite reads. Pictured getting ready to shop are students Alexicia Barron and Derek Paredes.
Fourth grade students at F.K. Sweet Elementary in Amiee Cripps’ class are currently focusing on Florida history and are proud of their Florida Native American projects. Each student created a diorama focusing on an aspect of their life and culture.
Students at F.K. Sweet Elementary that have read a total of 10 Florida Sunshine Books were recently treated to an ice cream sundae party by Jeannie DuPell, media specialist. The goal is to read all 15 books by the end of spring.
Honor Roll Assemblies were held prior to winter break, and seen celebrating Principal’s Honor Roll is F.K. Sweet Elementary third grade student, Justin Adrian, and his father Todd Adrian, a teacher at Fairlawn Elementary School. Students making Principal’s Honor Roll must obtain A’s in all subjects, including art, music, physical education, and conduct.
The beautiful voices of the F.K.Sweet Elementary School’s choral group Sweet Sounds rang loud clear during the recent Winter Holiday Concert. Pictured with the music teacher Jan Christensen are fourth and fifth graders that practice twice weekly for concerts and other vocal events.
Students in Donna Hellums’ first grade class at F.K. Sweet Elementary celebrated the winter holidays with a pajama party and a viewing of the Polar Express. They compared and contrasted the book and the movie.
Fifth graders at Frances K. Sweet Elementary School got an in depth look inside the ear. Students enjoyed a lesson presented by Joe Mutter from Mutter’s Hearing Center on the anatomy of the ear and the benefits of taking steps now to prevent hearing loss later in life. In this picture, Mr. Mutter is showing…
The sixth grade geography bee was held by the social studies department at Southport Middle School. Pictured here is the second place winner from the Marlins team, Jacob Wynn.
The Southport Middle School performing arts presented the Disney Play “Sleeping Beauty”. There were performances for the students during the day and for Morningside Elementary School students. Parents and community members were invited to come to the evening performances. It was a huge success with great theatrical performances done under the direction of Mary Osking.…
Santa arrives at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition by fire truck for the annual “Breakfast with Santa” event. Students are there to greet him when he arrives and to show him where to go for the breakfast, crafts and pictures. This is a wonderful event for the families each year and this year…
Bill Lloyd, ESE teacher at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition sings holiday songs with the first grade students. He played his guitar and sang many popular holiday tunes with the kids. The students and teachers all had a joyous time.
Third grade students at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition enjoyed a demonstration by the Pt. St. Lucie Police Department K-9 unit. Students made a connection by reading a Journeys story about a police officer and his K-9 dog.
Demi Barnett, a kindergarten student in Isabelle Brunache’s class at Weatherbee Elementary enjoyed a special moment with Santa as she received the first gift of Christmas as a part of the kindergarten’s Polar Express literacy activity. Santa arrived with the support of the St. Lucie County Fire Department complete with a police escort. Snow fell…
Twenty students were invited to attend this game based on the highest amount of sales for the Fall Fundraiser. Pictured are students Samuel McKay, Jada Dawkins, Rayahah Goodso-Stone, Corban Hampe, James Spaulding, Joshua Thibodeau, Elizabeth Korpon, Ally Opolin, Kyle Dutton, Brandon Meadows, Krystal Dakson, Antonio Williams, Joshua Villalobos, Evan Delgado and Wiley Willis