Northport Students Empowered as Safe Citizens!

Northport Students Empowered as Safe Citizens!

Thanks to community partners The American Security Council Foundation and Step Up America, Northport has posters all over the school with the direct line to the Saint Lucie County Sheriff’s office to report any suspicious activity. Our job is to provide a safe environment for learning. We believe that student empowerment and voice are imperative to support a culture of safety and ❤. We support Step Up America, A Call To Good Citizenship.

St. Lucie County High School Art Show

St. Lucie County High School Art Show

The annual St. Lucie County High School Art Show opening is Friday, April 20th, from 5 to 8pm.  This year’s show takes place in the Galleria of Pierce Harbor building at 100 S. 2nd St. in Ft. Pierce. An awards ceremony will take place at 7:15 after the closing of “Peoples’ Choice” voting.

Students will be judged in 6 categories for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place, plus a “Peoples’ Choice” award. There is also a teacher component where teachers can show one piece.

The opening takes place the same night as Art Walk because the exposure to our vibrant art community is invaluable.  The Art Walk artists love to mingle and mentor our students when they get a chance.

The show is on exhibit after opening night, April 21st through Saturday, May 5th, 11am-6pm Monday-Saturday.

 

 

 

Count On Math Night

Count On Math Night

Students from Lakewood Park Elementary enjoyed a creative twist to their math homework as they used the many items at the local Indrio Crossing Winn Dixie to help them solve grade level math problems. Parents and grandparents got in on the fun and drawings for Winn Dixie gift cards. What a great evening of mathematical fun!

Thankful Shout Out!

Thankful Shout Out!

Students and staff members from Lakewood Park Elementary participated in an engaging week of Spring Break Camp that was housed at C. A. Moore Elementary. Students had fun as they “pumped up” their core academics. The Falcons send a special shout out to the Explorers for their willingness to share their campus with us.

Save the Water Contest Winners Announced

Save the Water Contest Winners Announced

Below are the winners of the 2018 Drop Savers Water Conservation Poster Contest. Students demonstrated amazing talent and challenged the judges to select from a wide array of creative entries.

 

Each student was presented with a prize for being selected as a local contest winner.

Five of the student entries (noted with an asterisk) have been submitted to the state competition.  Locally, student winners are recognized in each participating grade, but the state recognizes winners in the following divisions: kindergarten/1st grade; 2nd/3rd grade; 4th/5th grade; middle school; high school. State winners will be announced in April and all participants will receive a prize from the state.
1st Grade: Annabella Nieves-Traina
Savanna Ridge Elementary School
Mrs. Lamora
*State Division 1
2nd Grade: Jemneishah Septembre
Village Green Environmental Studies School
Mrs. Scimeca
3rd Grade: Juan Martinez
Bayshore Elementary School
Mrs. Goess
*State Division 2
4th Grade: Vanessa Tabana
Frances K. Sweet Elementary School
Mrs. Johnson
*State Division 3
5th Grade: Payton Norkus
Manatee Academy
Ms. Doyle
6th Grade: Maria Vicente
Dan McCarty Middle School
Mr. Hillabrandt
*State Division 4
9th Grade: Eliza Atandi
Lincoln Park Academy
Mrs. Steffens-Smith
10th Grade: Sara Fitzsimmons
Lincoln Park Academy
Mrs. Rao
11th Grade: Siobhan Whaley
Lincoln Park Academy
Mrs. Steffens-Smith
*State Division 5