Into the Woods, Jr. will be shown at the Southport Middle School cafetorium to the public on Friday, May 26th, 2017 at 7:00pm (doors open at 6:30pm) and Saturday, May 27th, 2017 at 2:30pm (doors open at 2:00pm).
Tickets will cost $6.00.
Southport Middle School is located at 2420 SE Morningside Blvd. behind the Morningside Library.
At Mariposa Elementary, Ms. Humphrey‘s second grade class recently created informational books on Antarctica and Emperor Penguins. The students created 3-dimensional penguins with baby chicks and a penguin rookery. Prior to this, they had a two-week unit and did research on the topic. Cheyenne Anderson, Mia Avila, Gage Blaszka, Leonardo Calvillo, Arielle Cobb, Journey Davis, Bella Downs, Alexandria Eckel, Beverly Garay, Tristen Hinchcliff, Braden Hughes, Skyla Ignace, Evan Marino, Steven Ortiz, Sebastion Rivero-Camay, Victoria Rojas, Jahnelle Schaeffer, Malik Smith, Cristofer Veitia, and Kody Tuhey are showing off their finished projects.
During the month of May, Northport celebrates Better Speech and Hearing month. We are so thankful for our very own speech and language therapists, Jennifer Carey and Nicole Sedan. Speech and Language therapists are some of the unsung heroes that make a school a successful learning environment.
School based Speech and Language Therapy addresses sound articulations, stuttering issues, reading comprehension, vocabulary, syntax problems as well as pragmatic issues such as eye contact, turn-taking and coping strategies and many other integral aspects of speech and hearing.
Helen Keller once noted that of all of her impairments, she was perhaps troubled most by her lack of speech and hearing. She elaborated that while blindness separated her from her things, her lack of speech and hearing separated her from people. There are over 123,000 speech-language pathologists in the world. Almost half of those work in schools.
Way to go, Jennifer and Nicole!
Northport K-8 School has been the fortunate recipient of the assistance and support of the First United Methodist Church of Port Saint Lucie. The church and the school have joined mission statements and worked together for the good of the children of Northport and to benefit the community. Northport is a Title I school with a 100% free lunch population. The support and good will from church members has been phenomenal and has truly brought community services directly into the school. Not only have church volunteers helped out in classrooms, but they have also kick-started the Northport Summer Reading Program.
At each and every church service, members of the congregation were reminded about the Northport Children’s Book Drive. Boxes and bins were placed throughout the church. Members sorted and rallied to collect 1,005 children’s books targeted for kindergarten through grade four — enough books for each student to take home and keep two books. Books will be displayed in the media center and students will be able to come in by class and “shop” with their teachers for books that look just right for summer reading.
The Northport community is so excited and thankful for the hand up from First United Methodist Church. It is an exciting time in education because the community is stepping up and offering unprecedented support. People are acknowledging the fact that we, as a community school, just can’t offer everything that our children need to be first class citizens and educated young adults. Our community partners play a huge role in our mission of providing a safe and caring school, equipped with the services to offer knowledge, skills and a desire to succeed. Many thanks to Rad and Pat Orlandi who served as direct contacts and partners in collaboration.
Pictured are students unloading the books, Marc Dorcin, Isaiah Evangelista, Nathan Lejeune and August Millang as well as Mr. and Mrs. Orlandi