On Friday, January 15th, Superintendent E. Wayne Gent, accompanied by School Board Chairman Debbie Hawley, School Board Vice Chairman Dr. Donna Mills, Board Member Jennifer
Phil Depuy, Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Instructor at Treasure Coast High hosted a virtual Field Trip informing students about the Pre-apprenticeship and local Apprenticeship opportunities.
Chef Chris Gedke, Culinary Arts Instructor at St Lucie West Centennial High and her Culinary Arts students are cooking chicken noodle soup! It’s warm, nourishing, and
During the recent Holocaust Education Week, middle school artists read and studied the book entitled, The Very Last Butterfly. The book is a collection of
Three senior cadets in the AFJROTC program at TCHS–Mateo Franqui, Dominik Heintz, and Alex Antonakos–earned their Part 107 license through the Federal Aviation Administration. By
Mariposa Elementary 3rd grade teacher, Ron Smith, won educational supplies for his entire class just by answering a few questions! His students received bags that included
Third grade students at Morningside Elementary participated in researching the life and art of abstract artists such as Pablo Picasso during their enrichment MTSS. They
Kindergartners and first graders in Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Benton’s class at CAST constructed safe and warm shelters for an arctic animal of their choice
On Wednesday, January 13th, Superintendent E. Wayne Gent accompanied by School Board Chairman Debbie Hawley, School Board Vice Chairman Dr. Donna Mills, Board Member Jennifer
Congratulations to Jason Hatfield on receiving the Linda Mann Five Year Superior award from the Florida Bandmasters State Association. This is his second consecutive time
Although the Martin Luther King Jr. parade was canceled this year due to COVID, media arts students at CAST highlighted clips from the
Mrs. Jaramillo’s Kindergarten class at Rivers Edge Elementary is experiencing ways to use technology in the classroom. They reviewed addition and subtraction in a
Congratulations to Sienna Lawrence, sixth grader and Mr. Cruz, Visual Arts teacher at Creative Arts Academy! Sienna placed as a runner-up in the “Art in
Ms. Cruz’s seventh graders worked on a web quest to discover more about different types of rocks, characteristics of rocks, and the process of weathering.
St. Lucie Public Schools Graduation Rates Continue to Improve ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL – St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) earned a graduation rate of 93.2%
ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL – Today, Superintendent E. Wayne Gent accompanied by School Board Chairman Debbie Hawley, Board Member Jennifer Richardson, Board Member Jack Kelly,
Congratulations to these students who were recognized for displaying empathy for their classmates, friends, and teachers. Way to Go Leopards!
Attention HS Juniors and Seniors! Please review this information from Bank of America. Since 2004, Student Leaders has been part of our ongoing commitment to
School Meals are an important part of the school day. Not only do school meals provide nourishment and socializing for students, studies show that students
In recognition of National History Day, students in Mr. Sherrer’s 6th Grade World History class, created projects from researching a topic that was historically important,