Ms. Lerman’s kindergarten students are very excited to see bright yellow blossoms on the squash and cucumbers they recently planted.
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) department has been taking its advisory board meetings to the next level. The advisory board members include
On October 6, Treasure Coast High School AFJROTC cadets volunteered at the Treasure Coast Food Bank. Cadets participated in a “drive up” distribution line to
Fort Pierce Westwood students from Dr. Danielle Garcia’s Health Unit Coordinator program, participated in a virtual guest speaker presentation from Epilepsy Florida. Students were very
Fort Pierce Westwood’s Criminal Justice Academy was recognized by St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners during the county board meeting. Ms. Mildred Brown and
The Desk Fairy recently visited Miss Petrie’s first grade classroom at Weatherbee and left a gift on this student’s clean and organized desk! Way
West Gate K-8 Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Harris, surprised several of her former kinder students during their drive-through high school ceremonies by not only being there
West Gate K-8 teachers organized and distributed student items left at school before the closing. Following CDC and district guidelines, teachers practiced social distancing, wore
5th Grade teachers were excited to see their students recently as they returned laptops and picked up their belongings. We are proud of our students
Ms. Kimberly Nedrow’s art students participated in an art poster contest back in January. Congratulations goes to: • Emelie Paula, 7th Grade Whale Sharks –
Weatherbee students celebrated Earth Day 2020 in a variety of ways: picking up litter, planting seeds, making bird feeders, and more! We are proud of
Recently, Kindergarten teachers Mrs. Guermithe Ogé and Mrs. Esther Jean delivered surprise packages to their students. The children were so excited to receive a visit
West Gate K8 had a blast seeing so many of their teachers and staff! Administration and PTO joined forces to treat their families with 🍕
Treasure Coast High School’s Air Force JROTC Program has been selected as one of 387 units worldwide to receive the 2019-2020 Air Force JROTC Distinguished Unit
In true “Flat Stanley” style, several kindergarten and first grade teachers sent their students ‘Flat Teachers’. This creative gesture was an effort to reach their
Weatherbee 4th grade teacher, Klay Robbins, recently mailed a letter to each of his students to check on their progress in Math, Science, and i-Ready.
Second grade teacher, Ms. Faniel, coordinated a class parade so she could have a brief face-to-face interaction with her students. Parents of her class lined
Weatherbee faculty and staff recently compiled a collage of smiling faces and words of encouragement for students. .
Students from St. Lucie West Centennial and Treasure Coast High School’s Criminal Justice programs participated in a tour of Keiser University. The tour included hands-on