Mrs. Moore’s and Mrs. Eibl’s second and third grade classes got together to research and then recreate the Macy’s Day Parade. Students enjoyed writing the script, searching for pictures that represent their favorite parts of the holiday tradition and then starring in and editing their creation. Video Presentation
Northport is pleased to unveil a beautiful buddy bench in the school courtyard. The buddy bench was made from plastic caps collected by the children at the school. The bench was donated by Keep Saint Lucie Beautiful. The project was organized by ASD teacher, Hannah Licameli and her students. The lessons in recycling have been invaluable to the students. Many thanks to our Parents in Education from First United Methodist church for attending the unveiling.
St. Lucie West K-8’s MySchool students in Mrs. Vargas’ Kindergarten class created their favorite book characters using a pumpkin and presented them to their classmates. They had to tell why their characters were their favorite and name at least three details about them. SUPER JAWESOME JOB SHARKS!
The Northport 4th grade children enjoyed hearing from a real author recently. Fred Koehler shared his Florida personal experiences as well as author experiences. He also had the children do a step by step drawing and gifted the school with copies of his book “Garbage Island.” The children were highly engaged through Teams and in awe of participating in this program. The City of PSL and Georgette Beck sponsored this program and talked to the children about keeping our city clean and recycling. Thank you so much to Mr. Koehler and the City of Port Saint Lucie for collaborating with
Families and Staff joined together recently to support and cheer our Girls On The Run as they ran their 5K celebratory race. #GirlPowerWBE2020 Thanks to the Coaches! Ms. Walls, Mrs. Squire, Ms. Imperato, and Ms. Nowaski.
Nicholas Demko has qualified as a Semifinalist in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program. As one of approximately 16,000 high school seniors who are Semifinalists, he has the opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $30 million that will be offered next spring. To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the Finalist level of the competition. Over 90 percent of the Semifinalists are expected to attain Finalist standing, and more than half of the Finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning the
On Wednesday, November 11th, the Port Saint Lucie Jaguar Battalion held a short voluntary assembly at Veterans Memorial Park to honor veterans who have served and continue to serve our country. Everyone was gathered at 2:00 pm as our Instructors and Battalion Commander, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence Moleon-Mathews, briefed us on the history and importance of Veteran’s Day. After the briefing, cadets walked around the park to observe monuments, learn about the history and meaning of the memorials from our instructors, and converse with veterans. Lasting about one hour, over 70 cadets chose, voluntarily, to participate in this event on
On Saturday, November 14th, cadets of the Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion participated in an honor guard to help Village Green Elementary School maintain its garden. The school had planted a garden of many different plants and trees a few years ago, which had overgrown in various places. The cadets worked tirelessly pulling weeds and harvesting vegetables while learning about different plants in the environment.
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Jake Sciscente was crowned State Champion in the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke and Lincoln Park Academy’s Boys Swim Team placed 9th at the FHSAA State Championships. The state team included Sterling Carr, Kaleb Cason, Noah DiBernardo, Grayson DiBernardo, Jake Sciscente, Dillon Spooner, and Spence Wagner.
Morningside Elementary fourth grade team in collaboration with Keep Port St. Lucie Beautiful taught students about the importance of recycling through a novel study unit. KPSLB donated 100 copies of “Garbage Island” by Fred Koehler. Students read all 39 thrilling chapters packed with action and impressive vocabulary. To reward their hard work, the fourth grade teachers reverse tie-dyed recycling T-shirts. To add to the fun, students and teachers participated in a recycled headwear competition, in which the students were able to creatively represent the perils of not taking care of our earth. The unit of study culminated with a virtual
One of St. Lucie West K-8 School’s 6th grade classes, taught by Mrs. Dana Jeffries, made look-alike avatars using the very engaging online tools at www.Pixton.com and created comic strips showing mastery of their Math content. JAWSOME JOB SHARKS!
Last week, St. Lucie West K-8 School’s awesome First Grade Team finished up their three-week Voting Unit! Through cross-collaboration, students virtually and in-person were able to learn about and participate in a real-life election for “Best Virtual Teacher” between Miss Merhi and Mrs. Genus. Students participated in campaign videos, a live debate, voter registration, and much more! On their election day, October 30th, each in-person class set up ballot boxes for students to cast their votes and they received “I Voted” stickers as well. The winner will be revealed this week and we’re sure this will be a race they
Third-grade AMP students virtually practice the different types of angles. Students are learning their math vocabulary and creating a visual representation with their arms.
Lincoln Park Academy is pleased to announce that Giselle Arana Cisneros, a 7th-grade orchestra student, has been chosen to participate in the Florida Orchestra Association All State Orchestra on violin. She completed the audition virtually in October. Ms. Laura Hopkins is her orchestra director at LPA, and is very proud of her accomplishments. Giselle has loved music since she young. She started taking violin classes as part of her school Morningside Academy curriculum. When she was in 2nd grade Dr. John Enyart invited her to be part of FACCS Junior Fine Arts Festival Competition and was awarded first place. She
Oak Hammock K-8 seventh-grade students (Owls), under the direction of Ms. Garcia, created a bulletin board for the month of November, using the Social-Emotional Learning theme of Diversity and Inclusion. The students were asked to create a display of what diversity and inclusion meant to them. Each student created a unique fingerprint pattern to express their uniqueness and individuality. Throughout the month, the students are learning that being accepting of diversity teaches them how to respect and celebrate people’s differences and that they are all more alike than they are different.
Chef Chris Gedke, Culinary Arts Instructor at St Lucie West Centennial High hosted a virtual Field Trip to visit the Cake Lady in Fort Pierce! Chef Staci Dunn is the Cake Lady who has been a Culinary Advisory Board member involved with the high school culinary programs for more than eight years! Stacie discussed Covid19 changes to her business, answered many student questions, conducted a hands-on tour, and provided a cookies n cream layer-cake demonstration. Wow, a great virtual field trip. Students from culinary classrooms across St Lucie participate LIVE and recorded. Level up CTE! https://www.thecakeladybakes.com/ #cakelady772
Lakewood Park Elementary students and staff showcased vocabulary words in our Vocabulary Parade during Spirit Week. Students were able to create posters and/or costumes representing a word they learned during the first nine weeks. An abundance of creativity was on display as students shared their costumes on stage during lunchtime in the cafeteria. This was a fun opportunity for students to share new learning.
On Saturday, November 7th, 2020, the JROTC Jaguar Battalion’s Raider Team hosted a Raider competition at Port Saint Lucie High School. Our mixed team, male team, and female team competed in each of five events: Relay Race, Fitness Challenge, Rope Bridge, Tire Flip, and a mile of Cross-Country Rescue. Each of our teams snatched a well-earned victory in every event, and every cadet at the meet showed good sportsmanship, including cadets from other schools that participated. This meet could not have been possible without our booster parents and our support cadets who provided food, helped run the events and made