District Laptop Repair Locations: April 27 – May 1 If your district issued laptop is in need of repair, please visit Oak Hammock K8 School from 9am-11am or Frances K. Sweet Elementary School from 1:30pm-3:00pm. Repair technicians are available and on-site Monday through Friday.
Mrs. Lankow’s wonderful Mosaic Digital Academy elementary students honored Earth Day this past week! After meeting virtually to discuss ideas and brainstorming, students created shared slides for classmates to collaborate on ideas to save our planet Earth! Mosaic elementary students want to inspire and encourage others to make positive choices to help save our animals, plants, and habitats! #EarthDay2020 #VirtualElementary #SaveOurPlanet #DoYourPart
Principal Rustay joined the 7th-grade Stingrays planning last week. The Stingrays are nearly at capacity with check-ins and attendance. The team is organized for maximum Virtual Learning. The teachers are hard at work and have their students online and checking in daily. Next, teachers are making sure that students are completing work. Now they are working on ensuring that students are serious about their work and are humming along and that they understand the vitality and importance of completing assignments. Work ethic mixed with care, concern, and understanding is the trademark of the Stingrays team. That trademark can be viewed
What a wonderful experience! Darryen Noel from Mrs. Wilson’s class called Mrs. Gruszka, Northport Media Specialist and Young Authors Program Coordinator on TEAMS recently. They discussed his Young Author’s book and how much he is enjoying using his imagination and developing his writing skills. His book is titled “Lana and the Hidden Gem.” Lana is the main character. Lana is a spirit along with her teacher and two shape shifting dogs who are battling against evil sorcerers. “As the Northport media specialist, it is a pleasure and a joy to continue interacting with our students through both books and writing.
Students at Village Green Environmental Studies School respect and cherish the Earth so, it was just natural that they celebrate the 50th year anniversary of Earth Day with a spirit week dedicated to saving the Earth. Students had fun each day participating in a different Earth Day theme as a reminder to their commitment to keeping the Earth clean.
St. Lucie Elementary kindergarten teacher, Talaya Reeves, was able to visit all of her students at home to give them much needed supplies. Mrs. Reeves applied for a grant from General Motors and Donors Choose – the Keep Kids Learning Program. She received a $1,000 gift card to Walmart and was able to gift each of her students with food, games, crafts, and other educational supplies. Way to go, Mrs. Reeves! Thanks for always loving your students!
Southport Middle School students and staff took part in a virtual “Inspiration Day” to help everyone feel a little more at ease with our new distance learning initiative. Students and teachers used their new learning platform to upload inspirational selfies, some even with their pets. They included quotes to remind one another that we are still connected as a school family and together we have HURRICANE STRENGTH! Please remember that we are all in this together, and we can and will overcome this. Take some time each day to “stop and smell the roses” as they say, and enjoy life
Weatherbee faculty and staff recently compiled a collage of smiling faces and words of encouragement for students. .
Youth Volunteer – Alexis Wilson – Port St. Lucie High School Alexis enjoys giving back to people in the form of volunteering. She accumulated approximately 131 community service hours within her high school JROTC program. Her volunteer activities include parking details at football games, providing daycare services, and assisting at the Botanical Gardens. She also helps at Southport Middle with school events. Furthermore, she has been volunteering at her church since she was 12 years old. She started out by helping in the Children’s Ministry teaching worship dances to the young children and has grown to train in a leadership
School campuses will remain closed for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year as recommended by Governor DeSantis. St. Lucie Public Schools will continue Distance Learning until the school year ends on June 2nd. The health and safety of our students and staff is our top priority. Please continue to follow all recommendations outlined by the Florida Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Please visit the District website at http://www.stlucieschools.org for the most up to date information and resources to support Distance Learning.
District Laptop Repair Locations: April 20 – April 24 If your district issued laptop is in need of repair, please visit Lakewood Park Elementary from 9am-11am or Southport Middle School from 1:30pm-3:00pm. Repair technicians are available and on-site Monday through Friday.
St. Lucie Public Schools will celebrate the Class of 2020 with virtual graduations in May, but is committed to holding live graduations at an outdoor site in late June if it is safe to do so based on guidance from the Florida Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. During the broadcast of the ceremonies, members of the Class of 2020 are invited to gather online with their family and friends as their school recognizes them and confers their high school diplomas. The prerecorded, streamed ceremonies will feature valedictorian and salutatorian speeches, digital slides honoring each
Motivation Station is now on TV! These interactive and engaging lessons taught by SLPS teachers can be found on Comcast channel 13 (Ft. Pierce), Comcast channel 19 (Port St. Lucie), Blue Stream channel 19, and ATT TV Channel 99. For viewers that do not have cable TV, you can click on the “watch now” link on the Motivation Station logo found on the SLPS webpage at http://www.stlucieschools.org. Below are some sample programming tickets. Please visit the district webpage for a complete list of programs.
Free Meals for Children Free “Grab and Go” Meals are available on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11am-1pm. The multi-day meal packages contain 2 breakfasts and 2 lunches on Monday and Wednesday and 1 breakfast and 1 lunch on Friday. Feeding Locations North County C.A. Moore Forest Grove Middle School Ft. Pierce Westwood Academy Frances K. Sweet Elementary Lakewood Park Elementary St. Lucie Elementary Weatherbee Elementary East County Morningside Elementary Northport K8 West County Bayshore Elementary Manatee K8 Oak Hammock K8 West Gate K8 Windmill Point Elementary