Oath of Office

Oath of Office

St. Lucie Public Schools is proud to announce that on November 20, 2018, School Board Attorney Dan Harrell swore into office three re-elected School Board Members. The District welcomes the continued leadership of Debbie Hawley (District 1), Dr. Donna Mills, (District 3) and Troy Ingersoll (District 5). The three Board Members unite with members Carol Hilson (District 2) and Kathryn Hensley (District 4).

 

Also, in the November 20th School Board Organizational Meeting, Mrs. Debbie Hawley was elected Chairman and Mrs. Kathryn Hensley was elected Vice Chairman.  Congratulations, Mrs. Hawley and Mrs. Hensley!

 

Debbie Hawley, Chairman

Kathryn Hensley, Vice Chairman

Carol A. Hilson

Troy Ingersoll

Dr. Donna Mills

 

 

Jaguar Battalion’s Raider Teams Compete at Regionals

Jaguar Battalion’s Raider Teams Compete at Regionals

On Saturday, November 10, 2018, our male and female Raider Teams competed at South Fork High School Area 3 Regional Raider Meet. Each team competed in all five events including rope bridge, obstacle course, cross country rescue, tire flip, and team run for the male and female teams.

Area 3 Regional Raider Meet is the biggest Raider Meet of the season; it determines which team moves on to the FL State Finals. In the team run, our male team placed third; in rope bridge, we placed second; in cross country rescue, we placed first; in obstacle course, we placed second; and in tire flip, we placed in second. In team run, our female team placed first; in rope bridge, we placed in second; in cross country rescue, we placed in first; in the obstacle course, we placed in second; and in tire flip, we came in second. Overall our male and female teams both ranked in second place out of the eleven local schools that attended.

Britley Ritz Causes A Storm Of Excitement

Britley Ritz Causes A Storm Of Excitement

WPBF Meteorologist Britley Ritz did it again! She brought a storm of excitement to students at St. Lucie West K-8 during a special weather lesson.  Britley  helped students understand weather systems and answered the many interesting questions ranging from what it takes to be a meteorologist to detailed inquiries about hurricanes.

Thank you, WPBF, for your continued partnership!

 

Gracepacks Donations

Gracepacks Donations

St. Lucie Public Schools is a proud sponsor for Gracepacks this Holiday season!

Please consider donating food items to this organization in support of the weekend food backpack program.

With your support and generosity, the goal this Holiday season is to provide over 1,000 pounds of food items!

Food collections will run through December 12th.

The District will coordinate donation pick-up from each participating school/department.

 

Recycle and Create Buddy Benches

Recycle and Create Buddy Benches

Keep Port St. Lucie Beautiful and the City of Port St. Lucie in partnership with several City departments (Communications Department, Neighborhood Services Department, the Port St. Lucie Police Department, and the Utilities Department), Waste Pro, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and St. Lucie Public Schools kicked off the Buddy Bench project!

Three local schools are participating in this initial phase: Morningside Elementary, Oak Hammock and West Gate K-8 Elementary. The Boys & Girls Club kids at these locations are the project’s Ambassadors. They will be assisting with promoting and with the sorting and weighing of the caps collected.

Each school will need to attain a goal of 200 pounds of caps for their Buddy Bench. Once the goal has been reached, the caps will be shipped to Green Tree Plastics where they will be exchanged for the Buddy Benches. These first three Buddy Benches are sponsored by Keep Port St. Lucie Beautiful, Neighborhood Services Department, and the Port St. Lucie Police Department.

For each Buddy Bench placed, we will conduct a ceremony and this project will conclude at our Caring Community Cleanup & Celebration Day scheduled for April 20, 2019 where the success of the project’s journey will be celebrated.