Wonderful job to the Northport Rising Star team. Students in grades one through five hosted a biographical Wax Museum honoring many influential people from the past and present. Guests pressed a button to hear biographical information from the authentically dressed students. The showcase was a wonderful opportunity for students to shine as unique and wonderful characters. It was an engaging morning with many parents and families who encouraged the students to do their very best in attendance.
Fifth grade students at Village Green Environmental Studies School recently participated in a Science Fair held at the school. Students highlighted their work doing independent research and applying their knowledge of the scientific method. Winning entries will represent Village Green at the SLPS Science Fair Showcase which will be held at the Savannas Preserve State Park.
On Saturday February 15, 2020 Port St Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion’s Drill Team competed at Fort Pierce Central. This was the last meet for the drill team prior to regionals. This was a very good indicator of the strengths and weaknesses for what the team will need to work on before AREA 3.
Females placed 2nd in Color Guard, 3rd in Squads, and 1st in Unarmed Platoon.
Males won 1st in Color Guard, Unarmed Squad and LET 1 squad.
Overall, Port St. Lucie High School came in First Place.
Article and Photography by Cadet Major Alexis Morris and Cadet Sergeant Seaira Swain.
Joseph E. Smith, SLC Clerk of the Courts, spoke this past Thursday to the 7th grade Civics students at Sam Gaines. Mr. Smith inspired the students with his account of the history of African Americans in St. Lucie County and encouraged students to be like those trailblazers and continue to be an example for future generations.
Lawnwood second graders from Mrs. Chenette’s class are mentored by Lt. Hall of the Fort Pierce Police Department. Thank you Lt. Hall for your commitment and service to the students of Lawnwood Elementary.