Fairlawn’s student council organized a food drive to benefit the Treasure Coast Food Bank. The school in total was able to donate over 1,800 pounds of food to benefit our community. We are so proud of our Patriots!
Members of the Fort Pierce Police Department visited Fairlawn Elementary on October 5th. They read to all the 2nd graders and answered many questions that the students had ready for them.
In honor of Earth Day, Fairlawn’s Student Council worked Saturday, April 24th to beautify the school grounds by picking up trash around campus. The students ended their morning with creating a small token of appreciation for Fairlawn’s staff by planting individual plants for each staff member. Student Council would like to thank our supportive parents that made this day a success and JBR Exteriors for purchasing the supplies necessary for the Staff Appreciation gifts.
Students in Mrs. Herndon’s 2nd grade class at Fairlawn Elementary used various pretzels to represent three digit place value. Students enjoyed the tasty lesson as they learned to add two and three digit numbers together.
5th grade students at Fairlawn Elementary honored the Highwaymen by painting iconic scenes from the Indian River. Their pictures will be displayed at the 6th Annual Highwaymen Show next month in Fort Pierce.
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 represent the different states of matter and see the effect that they play on one another.
During his distance learning challenge class, Mikhail organized a fundraiser to benefit students in Saint Lucie County. His fundraiser ended up providing 133 laptops to students through the Education Foundation and over 1,000 meals to families through Feeding America. He is truly an amazing individual.
Fairlawn Elementary’s Student Council sponsored a food drive to benefit those in need on the Treasure Coast. In one week, the school was able to gather more than 1,100 pounds of food!
Fairlawn Elementary students represented the Bahamas by wearing either the colors of the flag (gold, black, and aqua) or the actual flag itself. The students were thrilled to continue the support for Hurricane Dorian relief. All together the students raised over $670 dollars.
Mr. Morales, a local peach farmer, and Sandy White, representative from Titan Farms located in South Carolina, partner in marketing Florida grown peaches, and made their first presentation to a first grade audience at Lakewood Park Elementary. The first graders were excited to learn how the peaches grow and created pictures to show how Florida peaches look. As a Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program school, students were able to sample some of the peaches grown on the farm Mr. Morales operates in St. Lucie County, just a few miles away from Lakewood Park Elementary. What a yummy presentation!
Lakewood Park Elementary’s Science Club was in action sorting seeds and spaces to classify plants. The Club meets after school to dive deep into the state standards with hands-on activities.
Lakewood Park Elementary hosted their first Drive-in Movie Night sponsored by the PTO. Students created their own cars and left nothing to the imagination. Great job students!
Lakewood Park Elementary staff and students were on hand for the Grand Re-opening of the newly remodeled Lakewood Park Winn Dixie. The LWP chorus performed at the ceremony and the school received a generous donation.
The custodial staff at Lakewood Park Elementary were treated to a lunch and dessert for all of their hard work. Not only do they care for the school on a daily basis, but they also supported the school and residents when the school was used as a shelter for Hurricane Irma. Thank you for all the hard work!
Each month Lakewood Park Elementary celebrates students with attendance awards. These students are present every day of the month, arrive on time, and complete the school day. They receive a special treat each month as well as a certificate of recognition. This month they walked away with a handmade bracelet to remind them of their dedication. Way to go, Falcons!
Students in grades K through 5 hosted conferences on October 20th and 21st. The students were thrilled to share their hard work with their family members and their families were equally elated to see what their children have been learning.
Lakewood Park Elementary hosted a Back to School Bash at Skatetown USA on Tuesday, October 4th. Thank you to all of the families that came out and supported the PTO.
Lakewood Park Elementary dads participated in Dads Take Your Child to School Day. Fathers and male caregivers brought their child to school, signed a pledge of involvement, and truly demonstrated the value of their involvement in their child’s education. Student were thrilled to have their dads bring them to school, eat breakfast with them in the cafeteria, and walk them to class. Thank you to all who participated.
Lakewood Park Elementary held its first McTeachers Night of the school year. Families and staff came out to support the school and even had the opportunity to get faces painted and win raffle prizes. Fun was had by all who participated, and we look forward to the next one!