Make A Difference

Make A Difference

SLPS is seeking high performing teachers (see eligibility requirements on flyer) to make a difference in the lives and learning of children at Chester A. Moore Elementary and Lawnwood Elementary.

Interested? Apply today!

Know the Signs

Know the Signs

The Division of Student Services and Exceptional Student Education in collaboration with Sandy Hook Promise provided a Signs of Suicide (SOS) Training at Indian River State College for school psychologists, social workers, guidance counselors, and district leaders. The SOS program uses an educational curriculum to teach students to recognize the symptoms of depression and suicide, and can be implemented by existing school personnel within one class period.

At its core, the SOS Program relies on three easy-to-remember steps, denoted by the acronym ACT:

  • Acknowledge that you are seeing warning signs and that it is serious
  • Care let your friends know how much you care about them
  • Tell a trusted adult that you are worried about your friend

For more information, visit:

https://www.sandyhookpromise.org/prevention_programs

New Teachers – Tunnel of Hope

New Teachers – Tunnel of Hope

You’re invited to help welcome and celebrate our new teachers by participating in the new teacher symposium Tunnel of Hope scheduled for Wednesday, July 31st at 8:00 a.m. at Fort Pierce Central High School.  The address is 4101 South 25th Street, Fort Pierce. 

The Tunnel will be held in the Auditorium at the back of the school. Hope to see you there!

Kindergarten Enrollment

Kindergarten Enrollment

Is your student enrolled in kindergarten?  The start of an exciting school year is just around the corner, and registration is easy through the St. Lucie Public Schools on-line registration portal.

You can register your child any day of the week or any time of the day.  Go to www.stlucieschools.org and click the “Register for Schools” box.