Northport Salutes Veterans Day!

What an absolutely wonderful morning of patriotism and pride at Northport today. Many local veterans came into school to take part in a Veteran’s Panel for students. Mrs. Kemp’s third graders led the program with the Pledge of Allegiance. Mr. Renelus and his band played the National Anthem and a rousing rendition of a medley of the songs for each branch of the military. Students in Susan Smith’s class read a poem called “The Veteran’s Blessing.” The veterans spoke eloquently about the importance of teamwork, support, brotherhood, education and most importantly, honor and integrity. These words are the pillars of … Read More

Northport Community Builds Veterans Work of Art!

Teachers, parents, grandparents and friends… Northport K-8 is building a Veteran’s Wall in the hallway outside the media center. Please send in a picture or a color photocopy of your veteran as well as name and we will add to our Collage of Pride. The students are learning about patriotism, honor, courage, pride, civic duty, sacrifice and integrity. If we can get this right, it will be a beautiful work of art to signify our basic core of learning at our school. All welcome to participate…Please! ❤ This will be an ongoing work of art… The Northport Veteran’s Wall is … Read More

Northport Cheers Student Led Conferences!

Northport students across the grade levels are preparing for Student Led Conference Night. Everyone is very excited to share their learning and progress with their families. Students are learning if goals are specific, measureable, achieveable, reasonable and timed. Pictured are students from Tiffany Tredor’s class working on Smart Goals.

Westwood’s Agriscience Virtual Field Trip

Fort Pierce Westwood Academy, W.E.S.T. Prep’s Agriscience program hosted a virtual field trip for Samuel S. Gaines Academy, Forest Grove Middle and Allapattah Flats K8 schools. Students explored the Agriscience career pathway with out leaving their classroom.

Southport Middle School Keeping Port St. Lucie Beautiful

We are excited to announce Southport Middle School’s Adopt-A-Street Club!  The club that makes a difference in the community, one piece of trash at a time. The club meets once a month to clean up litter along the streets directly outside of the school and the City of Port St. Lucie has rewarded our efforts by placing signage on Morningside Boulevard. We are beaming with pride by the tremendous outpour of student participation in keeping Port St. Lucie beautiful. Students and parents who want to take part in the monthly cleanups should contact Mrs. Sudane Lewis for more information.   … Read More

LPA’s Sandy Gomez Wins the BCBS of FL Cheribundi Boca Bowl Art Contest

The annual Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl played at FAU stadium in Boca Raton hosts a fantastic art contest in partnership with Palm Beach and St. Lucie Public Schools.  Lincoln Park Academy Junior, Sandy Gamez, had her art work selected as best in the district at the high school level.  The competition asked students to depict the connection between “health and football” in a small work of art.  Mr. McGraw explained, “Ms. Gamez considered different contexts of football and health issues while composing her work and chose to render her picture in black and white … Read More

TCHS AFJROTC Participates in Multiple Events on Veterans Day Weekend

Treasure Coast High School, AFJROTC Unit FL-20081 conducted several events in celebration and remembrance of our fallen military members on Veterans Day. With two Color Guards being performed consecutively in addition to the Veterans Day Ceremony held at Veteran Memorial Park, many cadets dedicated their time to honoring veterans. Furthermore, all events were attended by a plethora of veterans from every military branch, with every cadet earnestly learning about the unique experiences each veteran had to tell. A few of our most physically fit cadets participated in a 4-mile ruck march in support and recognition of  the issues of PTSD … Read More

Morningside Honors Veterans

Morningside Elementary school students and teachers honored Veteran families by holding an assembly.  Students from all grades greeted the Veteran guests as they entered the school building and the students in the Gifted Program created skits, read poems and sang songs to honor the individuals who have served or are currently serving in the Armed forces.  Veteran guests appreciated the recognition and enjoyed the assembly.

Forest Grove Students use Geometry Skills for Clean Water

The Forest Grove Middle School Honors Geometry classes learned how triangles and their points of concurrency assist in solving one of the most important problems in the world – supplying rural communities with clean water!  Students studied areas of the earth in need of clean water and the traditional ways of bringing clean water to these areas. They then studied points of concurrency and used those points to determine optimal locations for places to dig wells or provide point source filtration.  Pictured are Colin Lawrence and Sydnee Rubenstein (left to right) sharing their discoveries about Kenya, Africa.

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Bring Interactivity To Your Canvas Modules!

Do you currently use Canvas in your classroom?  Do you want to learn how to add interactivity to your modules to increase engagement?  If so, you can learn more with this online learning opportunity, Adding Interactivity to your Canvas Courses.  Sign up now in Frontline.  Contact Julia Hilburn at Julia.Hilburn@stlucieschools.org with any questions.

Mariposa Elementary Partners with Fort Pierce Westwood Academy

Third grade students at Mariposa Elementary worked in partnership with the Fort Pierce Westwood Academy students.  Collin Heatherington, Devin Gorzong, Wendy Zepadta, Zhanè B, Allison Kholer, Lena Shingledecker, Julia Haney, Samantha Watson, Clovis Wilson, and Nayeli Fernandez built four raised garden beds for their fellow Mariposa Monarchs.  Students across the campus will participate in the care of the gardening beds. Many farm to table activities will be conducted which directly connect to the ELA, math, science and social studies standards. Audrey Barr, Gabriel Barahona, Antonio Thomas, Sylas Rodriguez, Jocelyn Erwin, David Espinosa, Alejandro Alvarez-Aldana, Daniella Post, Drayden Walls, and Ayva … Read More

Leopard of the Month Assembly

Lawnwood Leopards were recognized during the monthly Leopard of the Month Assembly. These students were selected because they demonstrate ACCOUNTABILITY in their classroom. Lawnwood students are accountable for their learning, their choices, and their behavior. Together we are building a better future, one student at a time.

PSLHS Football Honor Guard

On November 1st, 2019, Port St. Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion cadets participated in a parking detail honor guard for our last home football game against the Centennial High School Eagles. They directed traffic to the appropriate parking lot, carrying out their task efficiently and effectively in one of our busiest games against our rival school.  The cadets ran this event smoothly and independently without additional administration. Presenting the colors prior to kickoff was Cadet First- Lieutenant Angel Flores accompanied by Cadet Second- Lieutenant Mayoliv Hernandez as State Flag bearer, Cadet Sergeant Riley Riccard as State Guard, and … Read More

Southport Carnival

On October 31st, 2019, select cadets from our Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion Raider Team volunteered to support Southport’s quarterly PBS carnival. Ten cadets, who previously attended Southport, monitored bounce houses and obstacle courses while promoting the program to students considering JROTC the following year. Cadets featured in the pictures below are Cadet Private Robert Pollino, Cadet Sergeant First- Class Alexis Wilson, Cadet Private Catherine Caballero and Cadet Private Mery Fuentis. Cadets enjoyed the time they spent back at their old school while volunteering with the students. This article and photography was produced by Cadet Major Alexis Morris.

Mariposa Elementary’s Storybook Character Day

Mariposa Elementary School’s teachers and students celebrated Storybook Character Day with a parade. They showcased their favorite storybooks and dressed as their favorite characters. In the classrooms, students read their stories to each other, and enjoyed some treats. Lauren Rocha dressed up as Little Bo Peep and showed her book proudly. Guidance Counselor- Ms. Baliton, Asst. Principal- Ms. Patton, Math Coach- Ms. Henderson, and Literacy Coach- Ms. Almeida dressed up as their favorite story book character as well. It was a great day for literacy fun (and dressing up) at our school.    

Lagoon Fest

TCHS Honor Society Supports their Community

On Saturday, October 27th, the Treasure Coast High School National Honor Society sponsored two exhibits at the Indian River Lagoon Festival. The Ladybug Ninjas taught students about the benefits of ladybugs as biological controls, while our Pi-Pirates helped kids solve the mystery of the lost treasure using Pi. Together, they provided over 600 engaging STEM lessons to children in the community.  

SLW Centennial High School HOSA Students Learn About the Importance of Organ and Tissue Donation

Did you know that 95% of U.S. adults support organ donation but only 58% are registered as donors?   Currently, there are 5,938 people in the State of Florida waiting for an organ.  St. Lucie West Centennial HS HOSA students are looking to change those statistics. All too many times, we hear of a friend, or a family member, or a neighbor needing an organ transplant.  Occasionally, our community loses someone too early to a tragic accident.  The St. Lucie County Tax Collectors office along with their Chief Deputy and long-time school administrator, David Washington, have forged a partnership with St. … Read More

Halloween for The Homeless

Halloween for the Homeless

Last week students from clubs across the TCHS campus participated in Halloween for the Homeless. Students went door to door in their neighborhoods collecting non-perishable items for donation to our school’s food pantry, and the Salvation Army. In total, the students collected 1,170 lbs of food, 1/2 a ton, for families in need this holiday season!!  The feedback from the students and community has been amazing, and we are looking forward to making this an annual tradition.  This was a true example of the extraordinary amount of good that our students are capable of when they work together!  #TitanBornTitanBred #TitanPride … Read More

Lawnwood’s STEAM Family Night Was a Hit!

Students, parents, and staff members enjoyed using creative and critical thinking skills to problem-solve. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math education will help our young leopards achieve their academic goals. GO LAWNWOOD!