Graduation Schedule

Graduation Schedule

Rather than an ending, commencement represents a beginning. It is appropriate that an occasion which marks the beginning of a new phase of life should be conducted with pomp and circumstance, stateliness and tradition.

In keeping with the academic significance of the St. Lucie Public Schools graduation, we want to share some important graduation reminders:

  • Refrain from posting signs, distributing literature, flying balloons, or undertaking any activity including air horns, whistles, bells, or loud sounding objects that might interfere with the dignity of the program.
  • Everyone, including children of all ages, must have a ticket in order to be admitted to graduation ceremonies.
  • 2019 graduation ceremonies will be broadcast live on the St. Lucie Public Schools Education Channel and streamed on YouTube.
  • Plan to arrive at least one hour prior to your child’s high school graduation start time. Please be advised that there is no guarantee of seating in the main auditorium at the Fenn Center for individuals arriving late to the ceremony.
  • Reserved accessibility parking is available on a first come-first served basis.

 

 

Teacher Appreciation Week #Thankateacher

Teacher Appreciation Week #Thankateacher

Teacher Appreciation Week May 6-10

Teacher Appreciation Day May 7

Number One Teacher
By Joanna Fuchs

I’m happy that you’re my teacher;
I enjoy each lesson you teach.
As my role model you inspire me
To dream and to work and to reach.

With your kindness you get my attention;
Every day you are planting a seed
Of curiosity and motivation
To know and to grow and succeed.

You help me fulfill my potential;
I’m thankful for all that you’ve done.
I admire you each day, and I just want to say,
As a teacher, you’re number one!

Morningside Named National Finalist

Morningside Named National Finalist

Morningside Elementary was selected as the Florida Elementary School of the Year and National Elementary Finalist for the NEED project. The students pictured (Ben Prohaska, Paul Mukhamedov, Wyatt Taylor, Luke Prohaska, Sincere Robinson, Logan McDonald, Tyler McDonald, and Ryan Ayvaz, along with advisor/5th grade teacher, Mollie Mukhamedov) will represent Morningside Elementary at the 2019 NEED Youth Conference in Washington, D.C. this June.
 
To find out more about the NEED Project, click on the link below.
NEED – National Energy Education Development Project
Port St. Lucie High School Students Race 3D Printed Cars

Port St. Lucie High School Students Race 3D Printed Cars

Faculty, staff, students and invited guests were witnesses to an event dubbed the CO2 Races at Port St. Lucie High School. Students in Mr. John Picchiarini’s class designed the cars using AutoCAD 2018.

The designs were then 3D printed on site. Two by two, the cars were lined up at the starting line and powered along fishing lines by CO2 cartridges.

Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day – May 9, 2019

Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day – May 9, 2019

Join Florida Department of Education (FDOE) in helping increase awareness about children with mental health needs and end the stigma around seeking help. On May 9, 2019, join the FDOE and wear green in support of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day.

Celebrate the statewide awareness campaign and tag a photo of your group wearing green or a green ribbon using one of these hashtags.

#NotAlone, #LetsTalkAboutIt and #ItStartsHere