St. Lucie Public Schools Provides Nutritionally Balanced Meals During Summer Months

St. Lucie Public Schools Provides Nutritionally Balanced Meals During Summer Months ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL — St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) is pleased to provide nutritionally balanced breakfast and lunch meals during the summer to children ages 18 and younger. According to SLPS Director of Child Nutrition Services Deborah Wuest, eighteen sites across St. Lucie County have been selected to serve students (see chart). “All children need good nutrition throughout the year,” said, Wuest.  “We would just like to remind the students to register with the front office before they come to the cafeteria when they are on a school … Read More

Summer Meals

St. Lucie Public Schools Provides Nutritionally Balanced Meals During Summer Months St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) is pleased to provide nutritionally balanced breakfast and lunch meals during the summer to children ages 18 and younger. According to SLPS Director of Child Nutrition Services Deborah Wuest, eighteen sites across St. Lucie County have been selected to serve students (see chart). “All children need good nutrition throughout the year,” said, Wuest.  “We would just like to remind the students to register with the front office before they come to the cafeteria when they are on a school site.” The Summer Food Service … Read More

TCHS JROTC participates in Homeless Veterans Stand-Down

On May 17th, 2018 Treasure Coast High School AFJROTC participated in the first annual Homeless Veterans Stand Down in Fort Pierce, alongside many other organizations. They supplied items such as sleeping bags, care bags, food, boots, and many other helpful items to veterans in need. This is the first of many veterans outreach events for upcoming years, making it one of their unit goals to continue to help struggling veterans. None of this could have been possible without the help of the Treasure Coast High School AFJROTC cadets, culinary, and Care Bags Inc. We interviewed a homeless veteran who said … Read More

Restoring the Village Community Beautification Program

Saturday, June 9th is the annual Restoring the Village Community Beautification Program. This year will include special projects in Sheraton Plaza, Paradise Park, Harmony Heights and Sunland Gardens. The 2018 projects will also include other areas of the Lincoln Park Community. Click on the link below to register as a volunteer: www.restoringthevillage.com            

Restoring the Village Youth Symposium

Educational Youth Symposium Friday, June 08, 2018, 08:30am The Youth Symposium will take place at Lincoln Park Academy. Registration begins at 8:30. This is a FREE motivational and empowering activity for elementary, middle and high school students.    

Celebrating Graduates

St. Lucie Public Schools congratulates its graduating seniors! The Class of 2018 is almost 3,000 strong and boasts nearly $33.5 million in scholarships to support next steps toward their college and career goals.  Some of the inspired young leaders have chosen to pursue pathways into the military service, 92 have elected careers in education and have received “A Promise is a Promise” certificates from SLPS, others have select varied college and career courses that will lead them on wonderful and exciting lifelong journeys including medicine, technology, engineering, political advocacy, artistic design, and journalism.  To all of the 2018 graduates, we … Read More

Microsoft Interactive Night

Recently, parents and students had the opportunity to explore the innovative experiences that await students interested in preparing for careers that include the latest state-of-the-art applications in robotics, coding, gaming, virtual and augmented reality. Samuel S. Gaines Academy is now accepting magnet student applications for Kindergartners and 6th graders.  To learn more, visit the SLPS homepage at stluciepublicschools.org

Northport Salutes Vietnam Veteran With Love!

Roy Brewer, We want to thank you for being a wonderful friend to the children of Northport. Our principal, Glenn Rustay thinks the world of you. Your work at Northport, especially bringing Medal of Honor recipient Woody Williams to our school was the highlight of a long career and the highlight in the 32 year history of Northport. We all love you and are praying for your complete recovery. Texas doesn’t know that Hurricane Roy is on the way ❤ 🌞 Thank you for coming and giving the final salute to our school. Roy served NP for many years as … Read More

Smallest Navigators Move Forward!

Northport community is so proud of our littlest Navigators. Great job Mrs. Frazier and Mrs. Tillman as well as parents and families. We lovingly present our newest graduates: VPK to kindergarten. ❤

Northport Kindergarten Graduation Priceless!

Wonderful job to the students, teachers, support staff and parents who have encouraged, prodded and demonstrated kindergartners into a successful end of their first year of school. The songs and showmanship were exemplary and the kindergartners were on their very best behavior when receiving their diplomas and accolades from the hundreds of parents waiting in anticipation for their very own pride and joy to cross the stage. The graduation was a wonderful event filled with thanksgiving for successes achieved and the emotion of little ones growing up! Many thanks parents, grandparents and school community for helping to make our brand … Read More

Northport Celebrates Incoming Sixth Graders With Style!

Northport fifth grade graduation was a first-rate event! Just when you think you can’t celebrate one more thing, those fifth graders go and make the tears come to your eyes. The NP gymnasium was packed with parents, grandparents and families that truly care about the success and achievement of their children. Students were honored for perfect attendance and for highest achievement in resource, math, reading and science. Students then performed a musical number in unison facing their parents. The incredible program was then wrapped up with a moving and engaging presentation of every fifth grader portrayed in a slide including … Read More

The St. Lucie County 2018 Young Author Celebration!

On Saturday May 19th, over 100 parents and their Young Authors gathered to celebrate literacy and the art of writing! The St. Lucie County Reading Council sponsors the celebration annually held at Oak Hammock School. This year over 20 of our schools participated and their representatives were treated to a new book, a guest author presentation by Dr. Lois McGuire who wrote, “Don’t Be That Kid at School” and a special ticket for RUSH, Jenson Beach. Of course there were pictures in the photo booth, awards in calligraphy, (hand written by Trish Gomes) and cookies while our parents read their … Read More

Thursday and Friday SLPS Graduation Venue Changes

ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL — Record-breaking rainfall and predictions for even more rain coming necessitate a change in venue for the St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) graduations set for this Thursday and Friday. District officials made the call after closely monitoring the St. Lucie County Fair Grounds. Saturated grounds after days of rain deem the area unsafe for set-up and parking for the large crowds anticipated to celebrate 2018 graduates.   Changes to May 24 and May 25 St. Lucie Public Schools Graduation Ceremonies: Thursday, May 24, 2018 Fenn Center St. Lucie West Centennial High School Students with last name … Read More

Thursday and Friday SLPS Graduation Venue Changes

ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL — Record-breaking rainfall and predictions for even more rain coming necessitate a change in venue for the St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) graduations set for this Thursday and Friday. District officials made the call after closely monitoring the St. Lucie County Fair Grounds. Saturated grounds after days of rain deem the area unsafe for set-up and parking for the large crowds anticipated to celebrate 2018 graduates.   Changes to May 24 and May 25 St. Lucie Public Schools Graduation Ceremonies: Thursday, May 24, 2018 Fenn Center St. Lucie West Centennial High School Students with last name … Read More

Summer Fun With Summer Slide

Parents, community members, and students, Are you in search of quality resources and activities to support academic studies this summer?  Look no farther!  Don’t let the summer “slide” away when you have resources for Reading/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Arts and Technology, College and Career, and ELL at your fingertips. Visit: http://WWW.STLUCIE.K12.FL.US/SEASONAL/SUMMER-SLIDE/

Congratulations Graduates!

Congratulations to SLPS graduates. This week and next, the class of 2018 will graduate with honors and distinctions to carry them into their next steps of college and the world of work. We celebrate their accomplishments and wish them tremendous success as they venture forward! Lincoln Park Academy  8:30 am on May 22, 2018 at the Fenn Center Ft. Pierce Westwood High School 12:30 pm on May 22, 2018 at the Fenn Center Port St. Lucie High School 4:30 pm on May 22, 2018 at the Fenn Center St. Lucie West Centennial High School Students with last name A – K … Read More

Cobra CERT Receives Donation From Sheriff

Delegates from the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office met with the Cobra CERT, or the Cobra Community Emergency Response Team, and provided a donation for $1,000.00 to support the group’s continued efforts. A special thank you is extended to the Sheriff and his officers for their support. Cobra CERT is an extracurricular program available to students at Fort Pierce Central High School. The club aims to equip students with lifesaving Emergency Response skills; such as: Disaster Medical Operations, First Aid, Search and Rescue, Fire Suppression, Radio Communications, Hazardous Weather Spotting, etc. Students are also given the opportunity to work in … Read More