Just for the Record, We’re Going Quackers Over Reading

Just for the Record, We’re Going Quackers Over Reading

ST. LUCIE COUNTY – St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) and PNC Bank are united in a partnership to join with over 2 million others across the globe on October 19, 2017, to highlight the importance of literacy and Read for the Record. This is an annual campaign that includes classrooms, libraries, community centers, and homes in which children and adults read together in this worldwide shared reading experience to support children having the opportunity to enter kindergarten prepared to succeed.

 

According to Early Childhood Coordinator Dr. Mary Huffstetter, on Thursday, a cadre of PNC employees will join with SLPS staff to read to pre-kindergartners in classrooms across the district.  “We’re going quackers over reading,” she says with a smile and then explains that this year’s Read for the Record book is Quackers, by Liz Wong.  Children are sure to enjoy this endearing story of a kitten who grows up thinking that he is actually a duck until the day his world turns topsy-turvy when he meets another kitten. The story is about his path to understanding, acceptance, and learning that you can be who you want to be.

 

About St. Lucie Public Schools

St. Lucie Public Schools is a B rated District with no failing schools proudly serving the students as the second highest ranking School District on the Treasure Coast.  The mission of SLPS is to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools equipped with the knowledge, skills and desire to succeed. For more information, visit, http://www.stlucieschools.org.

 

 

Just for the Record, We’re Going Quackers Over Reading

Just for the Record, We’re Going Quackers Over Reading

St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) and PNC Bank are united in a partnership to join with over 2 million others across the globe on October 19, 2017, to highlight the importance of literacy and Read for the Record.  This is an annual campaign that includes classrooms, libraries, community centers, and homes in which children and adults read together in this worldwide shared reading experience to support children having the opportunity to enter kindergarten prepared to succeed.

According to Early Childhood Coordinator Dr. Mary Huffstetter, on Thursday, a cadre of PNC employees will join with SLPS staff to read to pre-kindergartners in classrooms across the district.  “We’re going quackers over reading,” she says with a smile and then explains that this year’s Read for the Record book is Quackers, by Liz Wong.  Children are sure to enjoy this endearing story of a kitten who grows up thinking that he is actually a duck until the day his world turns topsy-turvy when he meets another kitten. The story is about his path to understanding, acceptance, and learning that you can be who you want to be.

 

 

Port St. Lucie Practice Meet

Port St. Lucie Practice Meet

On Saturday, October 14, the Jaguar Battalion hosted a practice meet for the Area 3 Regional competition. With Westwood and Central also participating, the Jaguars still dominated the competition. Although it was the first competition experience of the season, all teams put in their hard work.

The Raiders will compete next Saturday at South Fork for the first Raider meet before Area 3.