Northport Welcomes Families and SLPS Superintendent!

Northport Welcomes Families and SLPS Superintendent!

A big congratulations goes to the Northstar and Marlin teams for the second nine weeks Honor Roll celebration. There were a record number of Perfect Attendance and Principal’s Honor Roll students for the entire sixth, seventh and eighth grade teams. There was also a sterling number of B and A Honor Roll recipients on the teams. We are so proud of the record achievements of our students. We are so grateful for the parental support and the continued celebration of all the wonderful things our students accomplish. Great job to all and many, many thanks for your support.

We were also very honored to have our SLPS Superintendent E. Wayne Gent visit with our parents, students and teachers to discuss the referendum that the community will vote on in April.  We will hear much more about the referendum in the coming days and months.

Again, a huge thanks to all who support our school and our students.

Creative Arts Academy of St. Lucie Hosts Vero Beach Film Festival Founder

Creative Arts Academy of St. Lucie Hosts Vero Beach Film Festival Founder

Creative Arts Academy of St. Lucie (CAST) students learned the history of the Vero Beach Film Festival (VBFF) as well as how they may be the next scholarship prize winner.
Earlier this month, CAST members were delighted to meet and experience Jerusha Stewart, Founder and Executive Director of the acclaimed VBFF. Ms. Stewart shared with the middle school filmmaking students how they could submit their films to be considered for the VBFF 2019 Festival coming up on June 6 – 9 and urged them to submit early and correctly for their chance to win an all-expense paid trip to shadow an acclaimed director on set.
Rockets Celebrate 100 Days at Palm Pointe

Rockets Celebrate 100 Days at Palm Pointe

Palm Pointe kindergarten and first grade students came all decked out to celebrate the 100th day of school.  Boys and girls were seen using their walkers and canes to get around school today as they were dressed as 100 year old ladies and gentlemen.  Some of the students took the time to create shirts with 100 items on them.  Wow, are these students creative!   They were all thrilled to celebrate their 100 days of learning thus far.