Eighth grade students from Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition pose for a photo during Kindness Week after placing first and second place in the Martin Luther King Jr. Oratorical Contest in their division. Manisha Hussman, left, won first place and Jonathan Auguste won second place. They wrote their speeches about “Universal Brotherhood” and presented them recently at Ft. Pierce Central with other schools from the district. Awesome job Rockets!
Students and staff at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition participated in a school-wide event during Kindness Week as part of the Martin Luther King, Jr., celebration activities. Everyone wore stickers to promote kindness and were given red ribbons to pass forward to someone showing an act of kindness. It was a great week with these acts and the school has pledged to continue this all through the school year. Great job Rockets! Pictured, front row from left, are Lubens Odias, Roger Boulay and Mitchell Ohlrich. Back row, from left, are Jennifer Talles, Angella Robinson and Marcy Deweese.
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition is proud to recognize this year’s winners in the school’s Spelling Bee for fourth and fifth graders. Pictured from left are Sidney Scalletti, first place; Miles Garriques, third place; and Alex Gust, second place. Great job Rockets!
Third grade students Ricardo Garcia, Da’Shawn West, and Kyara Johnson from Cheryl Salerno’s class at Sam Gaines Academy believe in teamwork in the media center while searching for books on the computer.
There was a lot of learning about writing skills during the Family Writing Night recently at Sam Gaines Academy K8 School, which included a chicken dinner and ending with a door prize drawing. Pictured is seventh grader Alexis Langel and her father holding the door prize they won.