Our Army JROTC Jaguar Cadets Prepare Thanksgiving Meals with the Big Heart Brigade!

Our Army JROTC Jaguar Cadets Prepare Thanksgiving Meals with the Big Heart Brigade!

On Monday and Tuesday, November 19 and 20, 2018, many cadets led by Cadet Captain Brianna Harris and Cadet Sergeant James Mikovsky, along with Cadet Sergeant First Class Lawrence Moleon Mathews, and Cadet Private Heaven Savinon, Cadet 1st Lieutenant Lila Meade, Cadet Corporal Ashley Armendarez, Cadet Master Sergeant Max Marrero, Cadet Private Damien Borkowski, volunteered to help the St. Lucie County Fire District in the Annual Big Heart Brigade. Our cadets accompanied numerous volunteers from the community in preparing meal boxes to be distributed to those who would not be able to have a Thanksgiving dinner.

(Submitted by Cadet Captain Alexis Morris)

 

Palm Pointe Rockets Soar at Beta Convention

Palm Pointe Rockets Soar at Beta Convention

Palm Pointe’s Junior Beta members attended the Florida State Beta Convention in Orlando this week.  The National Beta Organization is a service based group that focuses on cultivating the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership, and service among students. This organization celebrates students who strive to become the leaders of tomorrow.

Students competed in individual and group competitions against other Beta chapters. Our Palm Pointe students placed in 17 different competitions and Laney Keys, one of our 7th grade students, was elected Beta Vice President for the State of Florida. Students placing in these competitions include: Elementary Fiber Arts- Runner Up Third Place, Victoria Zaravellis; Third Place Elementary Drawing, Isabella Perez; Runner Up Elementary Language Arts, Victoria Zaravellis; Runner Up-Elementary Creative Writing, Sebastian Rebelo; Runner Up- Elementary Speech, Gavin Lunsford; Champion – Elementary Social Studies, Gavin Lunsford; Runner Up-Elementary Book Battle, Alyx Hanley, Isabella Perez, and Victoria Zaravellis; Champion- Elementary Science, Jocelyn Hatfield; Runner Up Elementary Technology, Benjamin Arisi; Third Place- Elementary 2D Design, John Bouris; Runner Up-Junior Mixed Media Ava Borgella; Runner Up Junior Science, Josslyn Withrow; Third Place Junior Speech, Dominique Thomas; Runner Up Junior Engineering, Elizabeth Chavez-Munden, Devin Habyan, Hannah Dorval, Addison Moore, and Ava Borgella; Champion- Junior Robotics, Ava Brogella, Josslyn Withrow, Rihanna Garcia, Addison Moore, Ashwin Dhar, and Avis Khatiwada; Champion Junior Service Learning, Ava Borgella, Alexia Morgan, Dominque Thomas, Devin Habyan, Hannah Dorval, and Elizabeth Chavez-Munden; Florida Junior Beta Vice President, Laney Keys.

 

The Arts Are Alive in Education!

The Arts Are Alive in Education!

Creative Arts Academy of St. Lucie (CAST) is a K-8 Creative Arts Magnet School where students thrive academically and artistically through participation in visual and graphic arts, dance, vocal and instrumental music, drama, and musical theater.

Click on the link below to read an article about the school’s performing arts hall.

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Save the Date – Links to Literacy

Save the Date – Links to Literacy

It is not too early to mark your calendar and save the date for this year’s Links to Literacy Early Childhood Conference!

Saturday February 2, 2019

8:30-2:30

*Registration Begins January 7th (details to follow)

Location: Fort Pierce Central High School

4101 S. 25th Street

Fort Pierce

 

Addressing the Language and Literacy Domain of the FL Early Learning Standards               

Keynote Speaker: Tony Chaidez, Lakeshore Learning

 

For additional information, contact:

Deb Labella (labellad01@elcslc.org)

Myrna Rodriguez (mrodriguez@alpi.org)

Mary Huffstetter (mary.huffstetter@stlucieschools.org)

 

 

 

 

 

zSpace Is Coming to Town

zSpace Is Coming to Town

I have a fun story opportunity that I thought you might be interested in. It’s happening this Thursday at Fort Pierce Westwood and Samuel S. Gaines Academy of Emerging Technologies and again on Friday at Oak Hammock K-8 and Windmill Point Elementary.

 

The zSpace virtual reality school bus will be parked outside of our scheduled schools so teachers, students, and members of our community can hop aboard and learn about the human heart or hold a 3D butterfly in their hands!

 

Date Time School Address
November 29, 2018 8 AM – 10 AM Fort Pierce Westwood High School 1801 Panther Lane

Fort Pierce, FL 34947

November 29, 2018 Noon – 2:30 PM Samuel S. Gaines Academy of Emerging Technologies 2250 S. Jenkins Road

Ft. Pierce, FL 34947

       
November 30, 2018 9 AM – 11 AM Oak Hammock K-8 1251 S.W. California Blvd.

Port St. Lucie, FL 34953

November 30, 2018 1 PM – 3 PM Windmill Point Elementary 700 Darwin Blvd.

Port St. Lucie, FL 34953

 

Should we keep an eye out for you?