Susan Seal Selected to Serve on State Team

The Florida Department of Education selected TCHS Principal Susan Seal to serve on the Level 2 School Principal Performance Assessment Task Development Team.  The purpose of this team is to develop performance tasks aligned to the competencies and skills finalized as part of the Level 2 School Principal Performance Assessment development process. Congratulations, Ms. Seal…

Duskin Writes Tips for Published Article

SLPS’s own Coordinator of ELL/Translation Services, Clarissa Duskin, is featured in an article on the website, Malty the Blue Tiger, a website where children’s books help teach another language.  Clarissa is featured in the article called, “Ask an Expert: How can I help my child be confident in her second language skills?”  Click here to…

Look For Your Ballot This Week

Every registered voter in St. Lucie County will receive a postage paid mail-in ballot on or about April 3rd.  This is a very important referendum to raise teacher pay, keep a school resource officer on every campus, and enhance mental health services for our children. A Citizens Advisory Committee will have oversight to guarantee every dollar…

Mariposa Elementary Attends All County Chorus

In celebration of Music in Our Schools Month, Mr. Chad Guess took a group of Mariposa students to the All County Chorus which was held at Lincoln Park Academy.  Radley Yackamouih, Alexis Whyms, Karina Arocho, Nathalie Carrion, Szofi Viskolcz, and Celeste Swanson sang with students from other St. Lucie Public Schools during the annual All…

FPCHS Art Students Honored

FPCHS art students were honored by the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.  FPCHS student Noah Weston won an Honorable Mention for his Portfolio piece, Prize Chicken.  Student Justin Brunelle won the prestigious Gold Key Award from Scholastic for his photograph, Friend in the Dark.  Congrats to these two talented art students!

April Is Autism Awareness Month

Join us in celebration for 2019 National Autism Awareness Month! National Autism Awareness Month represents an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance, and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year. Put on the Puzzle! The Autism Awareness Puzzle Ribbon is the most recognized symbol of the autism…