Ms. Mellion’s 2nd Period reviewed simplifying fractions after teaching students how to relate division to fractions. Students were able to work in groups with whiteboards for better understanding. They were excited to be able to tell the difference between simplified fractions and not simplified to smallest form fractions. Students are also learning about creating expressions with and without solving.
Students Simplifying Fractions at APF
Southport Middle School faculty, staff and community members welcomed students back to the 2017-2018 school year with our annual Tunnel of Hope celebration! The Tunnel of Hope is just one of the ways we show our students that we believe anything is possible and they are a treasure! While our year starts with us cheering them at the beginning of the school year, Southport Treasure Hunters are committed to search for all talent, skills, and intelligence that exists in all children all day, every day!
Our mission is simple: Mission Possible! We know our students can achieve anything they put their minds to and we are here to help them achieve that success. Throughout the year we continue showing them that we are here to inspire and empower them. We also want our students to be compassionate and global learners who are committed to creating a better and more peaceful world. We are blessed to teach and guide our students and are so excited for this school year. Go Hurricanes!
St. Lucie Public Schools is proud to have served the community by providing eight general hurricane shelter sites and four Red Cross shelter sites.
- As shelter site hosts, SLPS staff provided safe and dry temporary accommodations, food service, and custodial support before, during, and after the storm
- The SLPS Transportation Department established a call center for residents needing transportation to shelters and provided transportation service to shelters before the storm as well as return transportation after the storm
- The SLPS Transportation Department also provided transportation for residents displaced by the storm to post-storm host shelters
Thank you to our staff for your tireless efforts to support others and rise above!
What a wonderful morning at Northport recently. So many dads, grandpas, big brothers and families participated in the SLPS districtwide event. Northport realizes that we need family participation to help us bring the very best learning environment to the children. Many thanks to all who participated. It was just wonderful to see and greet all the dads for a terrific breakfast in the media center. Many thanks to all who participated and special thanks to the Northport Culinary department and School Secretary Louise Robinson as well as Cafeteria Manager Bev Yates. Job well done to all who attended!
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