Lakewood Park Falcons congratulates Brendan Mackey for PERFECT ATTENDANCE for 4 years straight! Way to go Brendan!!
Pre-K students in Mrs. Buescher’s class were treated to free comic books donated by local comic store, Collector’s Comics. Students were so thankful and loved reading about their favorite superheros!
Dr. Hillard presented the PBIS team and Morningside faculty and staff with the PBIS model school banner with bronze for the year 2014-2015. Congratulations!
SLWK-8 School welcomed founding principal and current Superintendent E. Wayne Gent to their 8th Grade end-of-year awards ceremony on May 26th. Mr. Gardner, teachers, and staff appreciate Mr. Gent taking the time to speak to the students about their future and attending high school next year.
MSE Blue Jay High School Seniors come back to the nest for a last visit! From left to right they are Julia Theiss, Syia Hill, Nicole Hernandez, Jessica Smith, Rachel Jones, and Maddie Sands. Syia, Nicole, Rachel, and Maddie were all in Ms. Williams-Johnson’s 5th grade class. Ricky Estrada joined them shortly after the picture. An inspiration for our current Blue Jays!!!!
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Three St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) students competed in the 2016 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair along with approximately 1,700 other students representing 77 countries from around the world. Koushal Rao, the 2016 Lincoln Park Academy valedictorian, was awarded third place in the category of Biomedical Sciences. His project, “Targeting Mistranslation in Cancer Therapy” aligns with his college and career goals of entering the medical field. Joining Rao at the 2016 INTEL Fair in Phoenix, Arizona, were Haniya Shareef whose project entitled “Can Anareobic Soil Distribution Create a Disease-Suppressive Soil…” focused on plant sciences and
Cobra Pride Winners for 2016
Bayshore Elementary School is excited to celebrate our Sunshine State Readers! The Sunshine State Readers Awards Program is a statewide reading motivation program which encourages students to read independently for personal satisfaction. Students earned various prizes throughout the year, including an ice cream party and trophies for those who read all 15 books! Congratulations!
Today on the Wilderness Club’s final hike, we discovered that an Eagle Scout finished our outdoor classroom down by Otter Pond and it is ready for teachers to come out with their classes and use. In our final 14 days as students are getting antsy and need a change of scenery, this is a perfect venue for a science lesson, a springboard into writing, a class reward/read aloud, a place to do some personal journal reflection about their school year or summer plans.
Albert Morgan is a rising junior in the Allied Health program at SLWCHS. He is an excellent student, always attending school, on time for class, and always well-prepared. He is an active member of HOSA-Future Health Professionals. Albert is a member of the Boys & Girls Club, belonging to the Chuck Hill Unit. He has been an active member since summer 2007 when he was ten years old. Ever since joining Albert has improved his social skills with kids younger and older than him. He’s also developed his desire to help others; if there is an event where help is
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Next stop – Los Angeles. That’s where Manatee Academy’s Project Citizen portfolio is advancing. The team of seventh grade students from Ms. Megan Shaver’s Civics class placed first in the state for their portfolio entitled, “Keep Port St. Lucie Afloat,” and the team placed second in the oral competition. Representatives from Manatee’s team presented their problem, possible solutions, action plan, and portfolio which included the team’s research binder and presentation board to a panel of prestigious judges on May 20 in Palm Beach Gardens. The suite of judges was comprised of Nova faculty, members of the
The Florida Department of Education released the Grade 3 ELA Scores, and the percent of Grade 3 students in St. Lucie Public Schools scoring satisfactory rose by two percent this year exceeding the State of Florida’s one percent gain. Seventeen schools had a higher percentage of students with satisfactory scores over last year’s results, and some schools made significant gains. Floresta Elementary realized an 11 percent gain, and two schools (Allapattah Flats and Oak Hammock) saw an eight percent gain. In addition to these gains, Morningside Elementary grew by seven percent. “We recognize the significant impact early literacy has on
The St. Lucie Public Schools Summer Musical presents Bye Bye Birdie at the Port St. Lucie High School auditorium. Showtimes: Wednesday, June 15th through Sunday, June 19th with matinee and evening shows available. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the following locations: Jay’s Fine Jewelry in St. Lucie West, Honey Baked Ham in Stuart, Joy’s Ice Cream and Joy’s Ice Cream Plus in Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce, Perkins in Port Saint Lucie, Tin Fish in Port St. Lucie, and the Port St. Lucie High School office. For more information, call 337-6768 or visit our website at
Mayor Hudson Presents Dan McCarty Middle School with Treasure Coast Regional League of Cities Civics Grant. Seventh grade Civics students from Dan McCarty Middle School (DMMS) visited Fort Pierce City Hall on Wednesday, May 18, to learn more about municipal government. Mayor Linda Hudson presented the school with a grant of $500.00 from the Treasure Coast Regional League of Cities (TCRLC).
French teachers Madame Elie and Mr. Johnson paired with culinary teacher Chef Strell to allow Fort Pierce Central French students the opportunity to create their own profiteroles (French cream puffs). Students learned to make a pâte a choux (pastry puffs), crême Chantilly ( Chantilly cream), and a hot chocolate sauce. The students worked in teams of three to create the batter and cream, and received pastries to fill, and customize on their own. Chef Strell brought excitement to the kitchen, while Madame Elie and Mr. Johnson brought the culture of France and culinary history. Students loved the pastries and even
Frances K. Sweet had their Shining Readers celebration to honor the fourth and fifth grade students that read 15 Sunshine Books and have earned 500 or more Reading Counts points.
Jonah DiCuia, Lauren McEwen, Jordan Hunt, and Jenna Franklin were treated to the movies this Saturday by their third grade teacher, Ms. Marla Liberatore for exceeding 200 Reading Counts points in third grade. Great job! Keep on reading!