At St. Lucie West K-8 School, our MySchool Shark Chefs in Ms. Tremblay’s Middle School Fundamentals of Culinary Career class began their Food and Nutrition
One of St. Lucie West K-8 School’s First graders and her family tragically endured a house fire a few weeks ago and lost everything. SLWK8
Port St Lucie High School’s Skilled Trades Advisory Board Meetings are now being held virtually. Teachers, school administrators, guidance counselors, district support personnel, and representatives
Ms. Lynch’s elementary drama students were excited to deliver their first monologues to their classmates using their knowledge of projection, characterization, and movement. They did
Students and staff at Morningside Elementary dressed in “glow” from head to toe and participated in a variety of activities on Glow Day in order
St. Lucie Elementary students in Joseph Richardson’s 5th grade class used Nearpod to discover how to find the volume of an object. Mr. Richardson was
Mariner students and staff wore orange and stood United Against Bullying on Wednesday, October 22, 2020.
Ms. Anderson’s 2nd grade class at Fairlawn Elementary are studying the states of matter. They used the different components of a root beer float to
Students and adults alike are actively searching for a positive way to manage the stressors that come with a new school year. Through art, specifically a
After a year of dormancy, Oak Hammock’s Butterfly Garden is sprouting back to life and is available for learning experiences. Ms. Campbell, 6th Grade ELA
On Unity Day, Mariposa students and staff wore orange to show that they are together against bullying, and united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. Kindergartner, Nia
Niko Gavoni has been been selected for the College Board National African American Recognition Program. He earned this recognition because of his remarkable academic achievements
On Saturday, October 10th, cadets from Port St. Lucie High School participated in a car wash fundraising event at O’Reilly’s Auto Parts. The generosity of
Students were engaged as they learned about the cultures and contributions of Hispanic Americans.
Ms. Lerman’s kindergarten students are very excited to see bright yellow blossoms on the squash and cucumbers they recently planted.
Oak Hammock K8 students participated in Anti-Bullying Month activities during October. Pictured are students displaying links from the Unity Chain assembled by Kindergarteners through Fourth
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) department has been taking its advisory board meetings to the next level. The advisory board members include
St. Lucie Public Schools Awarded the STOP School Violence Grant for $496,311 ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL – St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) was just awarded
Bayshore Elementary took the time to recognize their bus drivers with a special “drive-thru breakfast!” The school wanted to take a few minutes to show
Saint Lucie County Retired Educators Association proudly presented financial assistance to the Literacy/Reading Team at Fort Pierce Westwood Academy, in support of the incentive system