Students in Melanie Francisco’s kindergarten class had a blast playing “Teacher For a Minute” while practicing addition/subtraction. Jadia Tate used counters to solve the problem on Lyla St. Hilaire’s card. This was a great activity including movement and communication skills with classmates.
Pamela Garrity, Bayshore Elementary STEM teacher, recently entered the Kids at Hope Day Contest. She was recognized with the Time Traveler Award for teaching students how to mentally travel to the future. Her lessons taught students to realize how they can utilize their personal talents and the importance of the skills they are currently learning to reach their destinations in the future. Pictured, from left to right: Pamela Garrity and fifth grade students Taryn Erdosi, Jessica Holsten, and Angelica Moreno.
Bayshore Elementary School hosted a Superhero Literacy Night as part of Celebrate Literacy Week. Families started the night learning about their children’s upcoming curriculum. Afterwards, they participated in fun literacy stations that included superhero reading, bingo for books, word building, and creating soaring reading goals! Pictured, from left to right, are fifth grade student Vanessa Cruz, first grade student Jonathan Cruz, and Kilsy De Jesus.
It’s official! Mosaic Digital Academy is proud to be a Kids At Hope school! Our amazing staff here are proud to join St. Lucie School District’s Treasure Hunters and wholeheartedly believe “all children are capable of success – no exceptions!” We would like to thank the staff at The Roundtable of St. Lucie County who also recently offered a Kids At Hope Parent Workshop to train our parents!
What is Kids at Hope? Have you heard the phrase “youth at risk?” Kids at Hope is the opposite of that. Kids at Hope is a belief that “all children are capable of success – no exceptions!” We believe that all children are at HOPE – at hope of succeeding in life. As caring adults, we must do all we can to help children focus on that hope. We must create a Culture of Hope so that they know that the adults around them expect them to experience success!