Forest Grove Middle School students recently traveled to Medieval Times in Kissimmee, FL for a day of information, entertainment and lunch. Students viewed medieval artifacts and then watched medieval games, sword-fighting, and jousting while feasting on a hearty lunch. Shown in the photo are participants from FGMS.
Forest Grove Middle School kicked off FSA with a Tunnel of Hope. All students are capable of success!
8th grade MOA students planted slash pine seedlings for the Moore’s Creek, Wesley Island restoration project. They will continue taking care of them until they are large enough to transplant where they are needed! What a great way to support our local waterways and learn proper growth care of plants! Way to go Bulldogs!!
Grand Champions!! Forest Grove Middle School Chorus earned a Superior Rating for 1st Place Treble Chorus and overall Grand Champion for Vocal Performance at the Music USA Festival in Orlando! Awesome Bulldogs!! ???
Bulldog Band scored a SUPERIOR and placed second at the Music USA Festival!!! We are very proud of this great performance!! ????????? Bulldogs all the way!!
Our MOA 6th graders had an awesome day getting their feet wet and searching the skies for birds that frequent our local ecosystem. Their findings help them to better understand our local waterways and how the animals coexist in the habitat. Our future environmentalists are hard at work! Way to go Bulldogs!
Julianna Garcia demonstrates electric force from static electricity with a Van de Graaff generator (not shown) in Mr. Kearney’s 6th grade science class.
March 21 (3-21) is a symbolic date to celebrate people with Down Syndrome and those who live and work with them throughout the world. The date, 3-21, represents Trisomy 21, the medical term for Down syndrome, which is the third replication of the 21st chromosome. As part of the celebration around the world, people are encouraged to wear crazy socks. The crazy sock initiative was formed to get people talking and asking questions about Down Syndrome.
Students in Mrs. Van Osdol’s classes practiced completing a tally/frequency table and calculating mean, median, mode, and range using M&Ms.
The FGMS Chorus earned Straight Superior ratings in all categories of performance at the Florida Vocal Association’s MPAs yesterday in Vero Beach. Special thanks and appreciation to our wonderful principal, Mrs. Monarae Miller-Buchanan for her special send-off. Thank you to our extremely supportive staff members: Mrs. Sally Jones, Mrs. Vicki Kelly and Ms. Lisa Mead who accompanied us on the trip. We also had the support of many parents and family members including: Alvin and Ebony Lyons, Mrs. Shirley Lyons, Bill and Midge McArdle, Lewis and Andrea Rice, Brenda Lanier and Mr. Lanier, Mr. Steve Spence, Mr. John Parrott and
On Wednesday, November 15th, sixth grade world history students stepped back in time by taking a field trip to the St. Lucie Regional History Center. Students were excited to be joined by the new FGMS principal for the 2017-2018 school year, Mrs. Monarae Miller-Buchanan, and many staff members. All enjoyed seeing and hearing about the early Ais Indians, the later Seminole Tribe, artifacts and displays from the fishing industry, commerce and the furnished Gardner House. Many thanks to the St. Lucie Historical Society and to Nancy, employees, and volunteer staff at the museum.
Zachary England Perfect Score on Civics EOC. Hailee Belcher Perfect Score on Civics EOC and Perfect Score on English Language Arts Assessment. Kevin Vanderneut Perfect Score on Civics EOC.
The Forest Grove Middle School Chorus was well received at the 2016 Spring Music Festival in Orlando on April 22, 2016. Forty-six students displayed their talents and energy in performing two songs to win 1st Place in the Middle School Treble Choir Category. These students served as exemplary musical goodwill ambassadors for Forest Grove Middle School and St. Lucie County. The Music U.S.A. Spring Festival provides the opportunity for students to perform in a fun, competitive environment. This allows students to improve their musical skills through comments made by quality adjudicators. The festival takes place at Universal Orlando® Resort in
8th grade students at Forest Grove participate in Science Boot Camp to get ready for the upcoming Science state assessment.
FGMS Chorus sang beautifully in their first choral festival (MPAs) earning an overall ‘Excellent’ rating. A great start for these talented students!
Ms. Ferris’ class went on a field trip to the waste water plant. Great hands-on science lesson! We are Bulldogs!
Pictured are Karina Hernandez, Sadie Rivera & Alexandra Penney who earned an Excellent rating for their ensemble and Chelsea Cantarero who earned Superior for her solo. Way to go Bulldogs!
The Bulldog defense only allowed one goal in four games and provided the opportunities for hat tricks from both team captains – Javier Salgado and Diego Gonzalez. Mario Bello, Jesus Avila, and Roselis Mocteczuma also scored goals to lead the Bulldogs to their first championship.
FGMS Select Chorus sang at the School Board meeting on Tuesday, February 9th. Mrs. Kathy Osking, Choral Director, was very proud of their performance.
Congratulations to our new Teacher of the Year: Dr. Benjamin Minority Educator of the Year: Mrs. Cordovana School Related Employee of the Year: Mrs. Angell Go Bulldogs!