Bayshore Celebrates Sunshine State Readers

Bayshore Celebrates Sunshine State Readers

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!

REE’s Wilderness Club Ends Year on a High Note

REE’s Wilderness Club Ends Year on a High Note

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.

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SLWCHS Student Wins Outstanding Youth Award

SLWCHS Student Wins Outstanding Youth Award

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 needed, he’s one of the first to show up and one of the last to leave. This is why every year he’s chosen to be a junior staff member. As part of his job as a junior staff member, he is to help the other staff supervise Boy’s and Girl’s Club members, distribute snacks, and when the day is over, he helps clean up the clubhouse. He is excellent at performing these tasks and was recently nominated for the Outstanding Youth Award which is given by the Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County. Albert accepted the award on May 16, 2016. Along with the award he also received a $1,000 scholarship to any college he chooses. With this money, Albert plans to attend IRSC and gain his Bachelor’s degree in nursing.