Hall Fires in the First Pitch

Dorothy Hall, St. Lucie County’s School Related Employee of the Year, took to the field at the Digital Domain Stadium. She made her way to the mound and threw the first pitch to start the evening’s game. Also, Westgate student Jaden Baxter called, “Let’s play ball” at the game. Congratulations, Mrs. Hall and Jaden Baxter!!

Non-profit Expo Coming Soon

Discover the many things non-profits can do for your students! Attend the Back To School Expo on Thursday, August 1, from 11 am to 3 pm. Grace Way Village is one of many non-profits looking forward to supporting teachers in their efforts to care for our community’s children! There are many non-profit organizations in the…

Mariposa Elementary Celebrates the 100 Mile Club®

At Mariposa Elementary, students in grades 2-5 joined in our 100 Mile Club® which was organized by our PE teacher, Mrs. Adriana Roberts. Whether the students ran, jogged, or walked towards their personal goals, the 100 Mile Club® inspired students of all abilities to be active in an accepting, positive, and inclusive environment. Michael Resendiz-Torres,…

Lights, Camera, Cook-Off!

Fourth and Fifth Grade students at Palm Pointe competed in a cooking challenge on Tuesday, May 14th and Thursday, May 16th.  Fifty students participated in the event and showed off their cooking skills on Tuesday, and 40 competed on Thursday.  In order to participate, students had to read the book entitled Lights, Camera, Cook.  It…

Cooking Demonstration

A group of students and their parents at CA Moore Elementary participated in a nutrition education class and enjoyed a healthy cooking demonstration as part of Career Week. They learned about making a balanced, quick, and cost-effective snack which they then made. The class wrapped up by enjoying yogurt parfaits with a variety of fresh…

Scholarship Supports Music Education

Congratulations to Adrianna Perfetti who is the recipient of the John and Dorothy Jarvis Scholarship presented by the Music Man Company. Adrianna will receive a year of free flute lessons in order to help her prepare for Florida All-State auditions. Pictured: Jim LeBon, bandmaster at SPMS; John Jarvis Jr., owner of Music Man; Adrianna Perfetti,…

Summer Nutrition Program

St. Lucie Public Schools Child Nutrition Services team provides numerous programs for our children and our community.  The District, designated as a Healthy Schools District, provides all students with the opportunity to receive a well-balanced breakfast and lunch during their regular school day, and as summer months approach, there are opportunities for students to partake…

Kindergarten Online Open Enrollment

St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) Kindergarten open enrollment is scheduled to re-open with 24/7 online access.  The registration window will begin on May 20, 2019 and remain open until June 21, 2019.  Students entering kindergarten must be five years on or before September 1, 2019.   According to SLPS Student Assignment Director Michelle Jerger, “We…

Summer Professional Development Learning Sessions

Engagement Strategies & Critical Thinking Participants will learn how to engage students in their learning using cooperative learning structures and high yield instructional strategies. The learning will occur online via Canvas so you can learn virtually. Target Audience: All Teachers K-12   Date: Monday June 10th Location: Online via Canvas Facilitator: Laurie Boyer This PD has been designed for…

Equal Opportunity to Excel

WPTV Reporter Arthur Mondale recently aired a story about what St. Lucie Public Schools is doing to support students.  Read the article below and click on the link to hear what staff and JROTC Cadet Shenieya Harris have to say.   St. Lucie County schools offering rare progress system to ensure equal opportunity to excel…