Representatives from Imagine Nation recently visited Fairlawn Elementary School to bestow congratulations and present Principal Pam Holmes and staff with a special Beacon Award. Each year, Imagine Nation recognizes top schools across the country that demonstrate stellar usage of Imagine Learning, one of the parent company’s digital language, literacy, and math programs.
The company’s Customer Success Team makes recommendations for the Beacon Award based upon effective program implementation, fidelity of use, student growth, and progress with the program. Fairlawn Elementary was selected as an Imagine Nation Beacon School for St. Lucie County.
Imagine Learning’s Customer Success Manager Kizzie Mears expressed her appreciation to Principal Holmes and her staff for going above and beyond to meet the needs of English Language Learners (ELL).
Pictured From Left to Right: SLPS ESOL/Title III Program Manager Clarissa Duskin, Assistant Principal Pat Gascoigne, Principal Pam Holmes, and Imagine Learning Customer Success Manager Kizzie Mears
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.
St. Lucie Public Schools Deals and Discounts Page is an internal savings site for employees. Throughout the year, offerings are added that may be of interest including entertainment, finance, technology, health/wellness, and more. Check it out!
Click on the “TEAM SLPS on Share” icon at the bottom of the SLPS Homepage.
Type in your username and password to access Deals and Discounts.
Interested in a little friendly competition and a chance to support Big Brothers Big Sisters? Now is the time to reserve your lane for this year’s big event!
Mark your calendar for Saturday, September 22, 2018, and get your team ready for the 30th Anniversary Bowl for Kids’ Sake event at Superplay USA.
You can sign up by clicking on the link below:
Fort Pierce Central High School (FPCHS) Cadets from the Cobra Battalion crossed the 100 community service-hour threshold this year. They sacrificed personal time to ensure the support of community stakeholders including civic groups, service organizations, neighborhood associations, and religious organizations.
Cadets achieving 100 community service hours who will be recommended for the President’s Volunteer Service Award for FPCHS this school year are:
Aide Aguilar: 194 hours
Shasly Brooks: 100 hours
Baldomero Cardenas: 154 hours
Kevin Gudino: 106 hours
Nicklaus Halter: 311 hours
Abigail Hetherington: 370 hours
Victor-Andre Jacob: 247 hours
Artyanna Kitchen: 280 hours
Evan Kohuth: 346 hours
Amber Kolbinskie: 163 hours
Laura Manzano: 156 hours
Yalenah Mestre: 161 hours
Sevren Most: 100 hours
Audrey Rubio: 189 hours
Daniela Tristan: 109 hours
Bryan Vega: 241 hours