Parkway Elementary held its annual school Spelling Bee. First place was won by Jezabel Montero; second place by Kemya Davis; and third by Dayna Contreras.
Author: Carolyn Wilkins
The Parkway Pirates had a great time as they enjoyed the games during Field Days!
The PTO from Parkway Elementary School recently organized a family get together at Chuck-E-Cheese! This event was great and the families had a chance to play games and have a great time together.
In an effort to better engage families this school year, Parkway Elementary, of St. Lucie County Schools hosted a family literacy workshop, called REaD Carpet Ready. This fun, interactive family workshop engaged K-5 parents and their children in a 1.5-hour, red-carpet-themed training program. Parents learned easy-to-implement reading strategies to support their child’s literacy development at home. REaD Carpet Ready workshop allowed families to enter the world of Hollywood celebrities, complete with red carpet, paparazzi and voting on nominees for best-dressed “star”, all while learning how to incorporate an extra 20 minutes of reading into their busy lives. REaD Carpet Ready … Read More
Parkway Elementary was honored to participate in the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration in Fort Pierce by participating in the parade.
Students used their Pirate Bucks to participate in team jersey day!
The Parkway Elementary Odyssey Team is going on to the state competition with the “Runaway Train” problem. Seen here at regional competition are Coach Czajak, Alexina, Janelle, Kris, Elexus, Alex, Chris, Ricki and Coach Trabal.
Mr. Hall and his children Vanessa, Delarno and Amelia are greeted by Mrs. Claus!
Maria Gerardi was the winner of this year’s PTO Turkey Feathers contest! Students bought turkey feathers for their favorite teacher and the teacher with the most feathers was honored to wear our turkey costume. Mrs. Gerardi had 124 feathers bought in her name. She is seen here with Miss Jean offering her some stuffing.
Parkway fourth grader, Dayna Contreras, designed and created necklaces to sell at the Harvest Dance to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. Dayna, with her teacher and Relay for Life Team Captain, Laurie Farr, sold the beautiful designs to dance attendees.
Lilliana Turner, Maiya Shaw, Tiana Alexis and Zxariah Cooper enjoyed their field trip to the Treasure Coast Children’s Museum. They are seen here engaged with the hands-on materials of the museum.
Parkway Pirates appreciate the participation of our perfectly pleasant participants at our annual Bus Driver Appreciation Breakfast! Drivers devote their daily drive to the our delightful students and we are indebted to them for their work.
Instructional Coach, Christine Duane, presents a Pirate Reader lanyard and 25 point button to Ivan Pulido-Hernandez, who the first student at Parkway Elementary School to earn the award! Readers are leaders and Ivan is leading the way.
Alex Oge was one of the Parkway students who invited his grandfather to the annual Grandparents Day Celebration. Over 100 grandparents came to lunch on September 17th.
Parkway students had to have ‘patience’ as they participated in the spelling bee Friday, May 9th. Third place was won by Olivia Hagen , 2nd place by Fabian Liriano, and the champion- spelling the word ‘patience’- was Elexus McMillan.
Parkway Elementary School students pictured, from left, Charline Julien, Alexandria Lee and Jody Louis represented Parkway Elementary in the recent MLK Commemorative Committee Grand Parade with the theme, “The Vision Makes Their Future Bright!”
Families at Parkway Elementary School recently held a fund-raising event for equipment for physical education equipment. During the event, student Barrington Francis won a bicycle! Pictured is Ronald McDonald presenting the bicycle to Barrington.
Parkway Elementary School staff and students recently participated in STOMP Out Bullying! Blue Shirt Day, a worldwide event to stand together against bullying. Pictured is teacher Katya Sussman with students Mariah Herrara, left, and Alex Deal wearing their blue shirts.