St. Lucie West K8 PBIS Glow Dance

Ready, Set, GLOW! SharkNation students had a blast at our PBIS Glow Dance. Their neon energy and smiles illuminated the gym as they danced and enjoyed time with their friends and teachers!

SharkNation is Grateful for Our Jaw-some PTO

PTO volunteers spent time preparing and stuffing goodie bags for our students to show their support and encouragement before testing begins. Thank you for all you do to support our students and St. Lucie West K8!     

Lawnwood’s Leopard of the Month Assembly

Lawnwood Leopards are recognized for their citizenship every month during our K-5 Leopard of the Month Assembly.  These students were selected by their classroom teacher because they consistently demonstrate P.A.W.S. Behavior.   CONGRATULATIONS! P – Pride A – Accountability W – We are Respectful S – Stay Safe GO LEOPARDS!  

FPC Key Club Attends Conference

   Fort Pierce Central High School Key Club members attended their District Conference for the first time in the club’s history. The Florida District Education and Leadership Conference (DCON) is the culmination of the Key Club year and was held in Daytona, Florida for 4 days. This annual event is attended by over 2,000 students and chaperones from clubs all over Florida and the Caymon Islands. DCON features educational workshops for club members and advisors, caucusing and election of district officers, endorsements of international candidates, motivational speakers, social events, and individual and club awards. For FPC to attend this event … Read More

Students at Oak Hammock K8 Enjoy a PBiS Celebration

Students at Oak Hammock K8 School participated in an after school PBiS event. To participate in this activity, students had to have earned 10 Osprey dollars and have no referrals for an allotted period. Students enjoyed dancing, a tattoo station, arts and crafts, pizza, and cupcakes. A good time was had by all who participated.

C.A. Moore – Building Technology Skills One Block at a Time

Students in 3rd – 5th grade have started a unit entitled What Can AI Do? They will be exploring a variety of AI technologies to establish a strong foundational knowledge about what AI is, how AI works, and how AI technologies might be used to help people. Students will be exploring several examples of AI programs to consider what tasks AI does well and which tasks AI does not do well. They will be exploring algorithms and how to use these algorithms to write a task analysis. Finally, students will design their own AI robot that uses sensors and AI … Read More

SLPS Wants to Hear from You!

Parents, we would like to know what you think! Please take a few minutes to complete the Family Survey posted on the homepage of the district website, We greatly appreciate your participation and feedback, which will assist us with growth and improvement. Thank you! Family Survey offered in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole Student Survey for Grades 3-12 The window for the Spring surveys has been extended to April 30th. English – SPRING FAMILY SURVEY – Assessment & Accountability ( Spanish – SPRING Encuesta familiar de las escuelas públicas de St. Lucie Haitian Creole – SPRING Saint Lucie Public … Read More

WLX Horizon Weekly

WLX Horizon is the school district’s TV channel that provides St. Lucie County with instructional television programming, school board meetings, along with what’s happening in our district, and local shows about our schools. WLX Horizon can be streamed on-demand for free via the WLX Horizon app! WLX Horizon can also be found on Comcast channel 13 (Ft. Pierce), Comcast channel 19 (Port St. Lucie), Blue Stream Fiber channel 19, and AT&T TV channel 99 (under St. Lucie County Community Channels) or check out the live feed. Join us this week for new episodes of Sak Pase with Joelle Saint-Dic and her guests Michaelle Soliman … Read More

Oak Hammock K8 Students Participate in Career and Technical Showcase

Students from Oak Hammock K8 participated in Career and Technical Education (CTE) showcase with students from middle and high schools across St. Lucie Public Schools. The Showcase was all about Entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial mindset. The CTE classroom is a perfect place for teaching these skills, since CTE teachers already cover many lessons and projects in entrepreneurship. The categories were New Food truck concept, E-commerce, 3D Printing, Welding, Artistic creation, and Middle School Entrepreneurship. Oak Hammock k-8 participated in the middle school Entrepreneurship category. Students at Oak Hammock K8 School continue to Level up Learning, to Level up Success!  

High School Art Show for St. Lucie County Students

St. Lucie County High School Juried Art Show May 3rd — May 10th Opening Night for the Public:  Friday, May 3rd 5:00-8:00 pm Participating Students from:  St. Lucie West Centennial, Fort Pierce Central, Lincoln Park Academy, Port Saint Lucie, Treasure Coast & Fort Pierce Westwood Academy St. Lucie County Schools District Office 9461 Brandywine Ln., Port Saint Lucie, FL 34986

Jaguar Battalion Change of Command

On Wednesday, April 24th at 6:30 PM, the Port St. Lucie High School JROTC Jaguar Battalion hosted our Annual Change of Command Ceremony, Relinquishing the current Battalion Commander c/LTC Michael Coccaro of his duty and welcoming c/LTC Tamiya Ferguson to command and lead the Jaguar Battalion on a successful path for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year. The Change of Command is a simple traditional event that is rich with symbolism and heritage.  The key to the change of command is the passing of the unit’s colors, symbolizing the commander’s responsibility to the organization. There were 180+ cadets part of the … Read More

Palm Pointe Brings Home the Hardware

Congratulations to the Palm Pointe Jazz Band. They participated in the Lakeside Jazz Festival in Port Orange Florida. Out of 19 bands they took home trophies for the Best Overall Rhythm Section, Best Overall Trombone Section as well as Overall Best Band at the festival. They also received a superior rating. The students were pleased to see their hard work pay off and are looking forward to more jazz growth!

Fort Pierce Westwood JROTC’s Annual Cadet Ball

On Friday, April 19th, the Cadets from the Fort Pierce Westwood Army JROTC put the lid on a long and demanding year of extracurricular commitments and teamwork-based missions with their Annual Cadet Ball, held at the historical 500 Orange Event Hall in Fort Pierce. Over 150 Cadets and guests were in attendance, including the Principal of FPWA, Mr. David Alfonso as well as Assistant Principals Dr. Eddie Robinson, Ms. Nicole Smith, and Mr. Derek Gordon. We also welcomed fellow Cadets from Fort Pierce Central HS Army JROTC, Port St. Lucie HS Army JROTC, and Treasure Coast HS Air Force JROTC for the … Read More

SLPS & St. Lucie Public Library Art Project

On Friday, April 19th, students from St. Lucie West Centennial High School, St. Lucie West K-8, Northport K-8, Westgate K-8, and Rivers Edge Elementary came to the district office to participate in the creation of a permanent art installation on the new Port St. Lucie Library. The students worked with the artist Justin Shea to create Henri Matisse-inspired cut-outs which will be turned into mosaic tiles on the exterior of the new library.

Fort Pierce Westwood JROTC Cadets Keep Port St Lucie Beautiful

Let’s give a big shout-out to our Army JROTC Cadets who participated in the Port St. Lucie 29th Annual “Caring Community Clean-Up Day” on Saturday, 13 APR. Our Cadets provided a helping hand to the “Keep Port St. Lucie Beautiful” organization which strives to improve our quality of life through environmental education, area beautification, urban transformation, and litter control. They worked from 7:30 am until 1 pm in various parts of Port St. Lucie, collecting HUNDREDS of pounds of litter. These young leaders continue to display their commitment to the local community through selfless acts, teamwork, and dedication. We are … Read More

2024 District Social Studies Fairs

Students across the county researched historical topics and public policy issues in their secondary social studies classrooms.  Schools selected their top projects to advance to the district competitions to represent their schools.  February 23rd was the 32nd annual History Day fair in which 93 middle and high school students were invited to the district office to showcase a historical research project.  Their topics aligned with this year’s national theme of Turning Points in History and were displayed in either an exhibit, website, documentary, performance, or research paper format.  On March 8th, 59 middle school Civics students were invited to the … Read More

Palm Pointe Night at the Met’s Stadium a Real “Hit”

Palm Pointe students got to enjoy a Family Baseball Night at Clover Park! Students watched the baseball game, Assistant Principal Mr.Keelor got to throw the first pitch, our middle school Vocal Vision choir sang the National Anthem, our elementary chorus sang “Take Me Out To The Ball Game” during the 7th inning stretch, and students had the opportunity to the run the bases after the game. It was a fun night had by all!