Students from Shannon Sivalls’ second grade class at Windmill Point Elementary created a special habitat and observed the life cycle of their butterfly. The photo shows them gathering together to release the butterfly to nature!
Bayshore Elementary School fourth graders spend time with their reading buddies to improve reading fluency. Every Friday the students from Shannon McCoy’s fourth grade class read with Jeanne Comperchio’s kindergartners. Pictured is Grayson Waugh, left, reading with his reading buddy Jackson Young .
Students in Carol Galloway’s second grade class at Bayshore Elementary have been learning about capacity. Students practiced measuring the volume of objects in cups, pints, quarts and gallons. Pictured are Aiden Partridge, left, and Xavier Melendez who were engaged in the hands-on activity.
The St. Lucie School District is pleased to announce its new full time public virtual school option for the 2012-13 school year. Introducing, Mosaic Digital Academy, offering many benefits to the community, such as:
- A full time K-12 public virtual school program leading to a high school diploma
- Accredited courses aligned to state and national standards
- Local teachers and staff providing more individualized support
- Face-to-face tutoring opportunities
- School clubs and social activities in our area
- Dual enrollment opportunities for high school students
- Graduation ceremony for seniors
- School Advisory Council and much more
Mosaic Digital Academy’s coordinator, Jeanne Ziemba (pictured on the right), strives to provide a more personal, local touch to enhance students’ learning in the virtual environment. Dana Tillberg (pictured on the left), the school’s fulltime certified Guidance Counselor, offers personal, academic, and career counseling for the virtual education students. Mosaic Digital Academy is enrolling now for 2012-13 school year. Parents may begin the enrollment process online at the Enrollment page for Mosaic Digital Academy. To find out more information about Mosaic Digital Academy! Check out our website http://schools.stlucie.k12.fl.us/mda
Fifth grade students from Allapattah Flats K-8 learn about the solar system while visiting Indian River State College’s planetarium. Students created Thinking Maps to organize and explore information they gained at the planetarium about the planets in the solar system. Pictured are Brenton Palmer, left, and Arturo Mojica from Janessa Harden’s class.