Bayshore Elementary students visit Oxbow Eco-Center

Bayshore Elementary students visit Oxbow Eco-Center

Third grade students at Bayshore Elementary recently visited St. Lucie County’s Oxbow Eco-Center.  Students spent the day hiking the trails and making observations about native plants and animals.  Pictured is Kyla Higgins from Nancy Fallon’s third grade class discussing the data she collected.

Parkway Elementary hosts engaging Black History Month program

Parkway Elementary hosts engaging Black History Month program

The Parkway Elementary School community enjoyed a remarkable Black History Program that included poems, skits and songs that reflected the contributions of African Americans to society.  The program was capped with Dr. Owen Roberts delivering a motivating presentation that encouraged Parkway students to “keep your goal in sight” by overcoming obstacles of misbehavior, skipping school, not completing homework and other behaviors that would prevent them from realizing their goals.  Pictured, from left, are students Hannah Troutman, Kiara Chiarolanzio,Logan Feldherr, and Veronica Jean.

Bayshore Elementary Odyssey team places second at competition

Bayshore Elementary Odyssey team places second at competition

Odyssey of the Mind teams from Bayshore Elementary School recently competed in regional competitions.  Odyssey of the Mind is an international education program that provides creative problem solving opportunities for students. The Problem 4 Team, led by fifth grade teacher Heather McWilliams and volunteer Gerry Waugh, earned second place.  Pictured, from left, are Gerry Waugh, Kara Godown, Camber Adams, Chris Bonilla, Tommy Kormov, Jacob Shane, Kyle Ingleton and Heather McWilliams.

Northport K8 participates in Walk to School Day

Northport K8 participates in Walk to School Day

Northport K-8 School recently partipicated in Walk To School Day! The walk started at Sportsman Park in Port St. Lucie at 8:30 AM, and a group of 120 students, parents, instructors, Principal Glenn Rustay and committee members De Green, Northport science instructor, deputy Richard Green, school resource officer and an array of community involvement
personnel joined in the walk to support pedestrian safety awareness and increase childhood activity.  The “Walking School Bus” was a terrific success and an active display of community support for the program.  Pictured, from right, are
Northport students Shadae Stone, Farrah Dorsainvil, Maria Garcia and Jeverel Robinson.