Tickets are now on sale for the St. Lucie County School Board Summer Musical, “The King and I.” Show times: Wednesday, June 14th @ 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 15th @ 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 16th @ 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 17th @ 2:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 18th @ 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. The shows will be performed in the Port Saint Lucie High School Auditorium. 1201 SE Lennard Rd., Port Saint Lucie, FL Tickets are still only $15 each. For ticket locations, please visit: www.pslhsdrama.com/tickets
Naviance is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness solution that helps SLPS students align strengths and interests to post-secondary goals, improve student outcomes, and connect learning to life. Students easily navigate the web-based college and career readiness planning and tracking tools including: Self-discovery Assessments Goal-setting College Research Tools Course Planning Career Exploration Resources Individual Learning Plans Portfolio
At Mariposa Elementary, several people donated rocks to encourage and inspire Ms. Erica Morales’ students to do well on their Math FSA. She hid the rocks around her classroom the day of the Math FSA. The students were surprised and went on a rock hunt. They had a blast! The rocks were meant to inspire the students to do their best. Founder, Melissa McInturff of PSL Rocks donated rocks, paint, brushes, and supplies for Ms. Erica Morales’ and Ms. Roxana Cirjaru’s Fourth grade classes to decorate their own rocks after testing to decompress. Anthony Gamboa Godinez, Cesar Garcia, and Gabriella
EVERYONE, including children of all ages, must have a ticket in order to be admitted to SLPS graduation ceremonies. Plan to arrive at least one hour prior to your child’s SLPS graduation start time. For graduations taking place at the Fenn Center, access the parking areas from the east. All ceremonies will be broadcast live on “The St. Lucie Education Channel” and streamed on YouTube. In keeping with the academic significance of the SLPS graduations, refrain from posting signs, distributing literature, flying balloons, or undertaking any activity including air horns, whistles, bells, or loud sounding objects that might interfere with
Members of the LPA Health Occupations Students of America, or HOSA Club, attended the 2017 State Leadership Conference in Orlando between April 7th and April 9th. The Club was represented by Kassandra Sanz (senior), Adriana Sanz (sophomore), Diana Ion (senior), Catiana Romain (senior) , and Club Advisor Mr. Sadlocha. While there, Kassandra Sanz was recognized as a bronze recipient of the Barbara James Service Award for community service and for placing 10th overall in the Healthcare Issues exam. In addition, Adriana Sanz placed 2nd overall in the Courtesy Corps volunteer category and received recognition for her contributions to HOSA Happenings,
Fort Pierce Central and Fort Pierce Westwood Criminal Justice students visited the Federal Courthouse where they learned the differences between federal and state courts, interacted with judges, lawyers, and marshals. A special thank you is extended to Federal Public Defender Panayotta Augustin-Birch!
Graduation is a true benchmark for so many as it marks the close of one exciting chapter and the opening of a bright new beginning. The attached link to Eye on St. Lucie highlights the show in which this year’s graduation events are discussed. Important tips are shared that will help make this an A+ experience for you and your family. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXyR9IpSRU8
ST. LUCIE COUNTY — The summer months are upon us, and St. Lucie Public Schools is launching a free academic resource to help your child continue to learn and grow throughout the summer. The “Summer Slide” program includes engaging web-based resources for grades PreK through 12 available for use by students, parents, and community organizations any time and from any place. What is Summer Slide? It is the tendency for students to lose some of the achievement gains they made during the previous school year. Available now, this web page of resources was created in order to allow students to
The summer months are upon us, and St. Lucie Public Schools is launching a free academic resource to help your child continue to learn and grow throughout the summer. The “Summer Slide” program includes engaging web-based resources for grades PreK through 12 available for use by students, parents, and community organizations any time and from any place. What is Summer Slide? It is the tendency for students to lose some of the achievement gains they made during the previous school year. Available now, this web page of resources was created in order to allow students to strengthen their skills and
With summer fast approaching, we want to encourage schools, students and parents to prepare for the summer break by participating in this fun reading adventure. First Lady Ann Scott has pledged to read this summer, and you can too. Please join us in the Summer Literacy Adventure by pledging to read this summer. Click on the link, and fill out your name and number of books you pledge to read. Note: All fields are required. http://app1.fldoe.org/Communicati…/…/SummerLitAdventure.aspx
Fort Pierce Central Presents Once On This Island May 4 – 6 at 7 PM May 7 at 1 PM
Restoring the Village is a grassroots community movement focused on unifying and organizing resources to make the city of Fort Pierce a safer and more enjoyable place to live. This unique fellowship seeks to eliminate social, ethnic, and financial barriers while permanently binding adults and children alike to the success of the historic Lincoln Park community. Organizers of the Restoring the Village movement look forward to establishing June 9th and 10th as the second annual Restoring the Village Reunion weekend. Click on the link below to learn more about this effort and find out how you can become a volunteer
Student art is blossoming in Fort Pierce. As the project continues to grow throughout St. Lucie County, two of the latest utility boxes to boast of artwork by SLPS students can be found near 25th Street and Orange Avenue and Indian River Drive and Citrus Avenue. The beauty of the artwork spread throughout the county is a joy to behold throughout all of St. Lucie County.
CAM teachers kick off Teacher Appreciation week with their PRIDE tee-shirts. Thank you, Mr. Robinson and Grannygrand Expressions Company, for our PRIDE tee-shirts.
In a tribute to the volunteer spirit that has made the Speakers Bureau a success throughout the years, Dr. Donna Mills hosted a breakfast to honor the ladies and gentlemen who have shared their stories of inspiration and motivation with students in middle and high schools across the District. The Panther Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Donald Meely, set the tone for a harmonious morning that was followed by warm expressions of appreciation for the contribution of time and commitment by volunteers coming into the schools with positive and powerful messages. Attendees also enjoyed a world class breakfast prepared
By: Sarai Narvaez The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion held their annual Change of Command Ceremony on April 26, 2017. The Change of Command Ceremony is a ceremony to pass the command from the current Battalion Commander to the incoming Battalion Commander. The key of the Change of Command is the passing of the unit’s colors. The colors are the symbol of the commander’s authority representing her authorities to the organization. Port St. Lucie High School Principal Adrian Ocampo and Mayor Gregory J. Oravec were our distinguished guests at the ceremony. The ceremony began as Cadet Command Sergeant
Northport teachers are participating in an intensive book study led by Assistant Principal Meghan Drost using Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind. Teachers are learning and putting into action steps for making the teaching and learning experiences more real and authentic for our Title 1 school and for our students. “When teaching in a Title 1 school, every single weakness that a teacher has is exposed. If we don’t learn to adapt, build relationships, and bring our A-game every single day, our classes will suffer.” The book integrates all the positive attributes of Northport and all the goals that we