SLPS Celebrates the Class of 2024

Congratulations to the Class of 2024! Last week, Superintendent Dr. Jon R. Prince, joined by Board Chairman Debbie Hawley, Board Vice Chairman Jack Kelly, Board Member Troy Ingersoll, Board Member Jennifer Richardson, Board Member Dr. Donna Mills, and Deputy Superintendent Dr. Helen Wild celebrated the graduating classes of 2024 at the St. Lucie County Fairgrounds. This year over 3,000 students walked across the stage to receive their diplomas. Graduation is the culminating event that celebrates and recognizes the achievement of each graduate. St. Lucie Public Schools proudly boasts a graduation rate of 96% at the six comprehensive high schools. Fort … Read More

Morningside Ends the Year With Smiles

Wishing our Blue Jay Family an Amazing Summer Break! ⛱️Thank you to our entire Blue Jay community for a tremendous school year!!!!☀️We had loads of fun closing out our last days! Student vs Staff kickball games, PBIS carnival, graduation, and smiles and hugs until the last day. For our Blue Jays moving on to new chapters, we wish you all the very best in all to come, and for our returning Blue Jays we look forward to seeing you in August!…”Once a BlueJay always a BlueJay!”…Happy Summer BlueJay Family!!! Stay safe!

K-5 Lawnwood Students Enjoyed a Fun, Motivational Program

DJ Corey visited Lawnwood Elementary School and encouraged students to always strive for excellence. This special music performance motivated students to make good choices and put forth good effort.  Students enjoyed dancing to DJ Corey’s hit song “Pass The Test”.   It was another amazing day at Lawnwood Elementary School.  GO LEOPARDS!

Dolphin Growth Celebration

Floresta is so proud of our Dolphins and the academic growth they have demonstrated this year!  Third through Fifth graders achieving their FAST growth goals celebrated by making and enjoying their own icee.

FREE/Low Cost Internet Services Sign-Up Event

Are you interested in “low-cost” or “no-cost” internet services through Comcast, Internet Essentials? St. Lucie Public Schools in partnership with the St. Lucie County Education Foundation and St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners is hosting a sign-up event on Wednesday, June 5th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the St. Lucie Public Schools District Office in Port St. Lucie. This event is geared towards St. Lucie Public School students who are currently enrolled in kindergarten through twelfth grade. Families may qualify for FREE or discounted internet, offered through Comcast, if a student is enrolled in the public school system in St. … Read More

Jr Rangers at Morningside

It was an exciting day for Mrs. McKenna’s and Mrs. Eibl’s classes. After a school year of learning with Ranger Brendon and Ranger Karen about the habitats, animals, and plants that are found right here in our Florida State Parks, students were officially sworn in as Junior Rangers! We can’t wait to see the difference they make in years to come!

Oak Hammock’s 1st Grade Student Displays Hidden Talent

Mrs. Peterson’s first-grade class and invited guests had a front-row seat to enjoy a musical selection conducted by their classmate B. Reynolds.  Reynolds started playing the piano at the young age of three. He has never had any formal lessons and does not know how to read or write sheet music. All his natural talent began on an iPad app. He is now self-taught by listening to songs and repeated practice. This goes to show that with practice and hard work, anything is possible!

Morningside Celebrates their Shining Stars

Over the past few weeks, students and teachers have worked very hard to “show what they can do” on the third progress monitoring assessment of the F.A.S.T. Assessment. Although all students tried their very best, a perfect score is hard to achieve. Morningside celebrated the students who achieved this amazing task. The MSE prize patrol came out to their homes and surprised them with a sign and a ten-minute party. Congratulations again to: 5th grade Math – Mikhail, Liam, Ethan (4th grade AMP); 3rd grade math- Charolette; 5th grade science- Mikhail, Andrew, Emersen We are so proud of all our … Read More

SOMS Admins Turn Chef for the Day

Southern Oaks Middle School administrators, Principal Sanabria, and Assistant Principal Davis, treated teachers to a backyard-style cookout for teachers’ appreciation week. We really appreciate all our teachers at SOMS.

LPA Centennial Oral History Project – Ms. Delores Johnson – Class of 1968

Ms. Delores Johnson is an esteemed alumna of Lincoln Park Academy who dedicated her career to public service and community and was interviewed as part of the oral histories for LPA’s centennial year. Ms. Johnson not only returned to LPA as a dean and then counselor, but also championed education reform as a state representative. Learn more about her journey from student to state representative to now a dedicated Lincoln Park Academy volunteer in this recount of her oral history. YouTube Link ~  

SLPS Graduation Guidelines

St. Lucie Public Schools 2024 Graduation Guidelines Each graduate will receive tickets for the ceremony from their school and should arrive in one car with their guests. All guests, including children and babies, require a ticket. Any high-risk individuals or those who are susceptible to the heat should consider staying home and watching the live broadcast of the ceremony. All graduates must arrive at least 1 hour before the start of the ceremony. Guests may enter venue 45 minutes before graduation begins. Upon arrival, all graduates will follow signage to graduate staging area. Each graduate will be provided a bottle … Read More

WLX Horizon Weekly

WLX Horizon is the school district’s TV channel that provides St. Lucie County with instructional television programming, school board meetings, along with what’s happening in our district, and local shows about our schools. WLX Horizon can be streamed on-demand for free via the WLX Horizon app! WLX Horizon can also be found on Comcast channel 13 (Ft. Pierce), Comcast channel 19 (Port St. Lucie), Blue Stream Fiber channel 19, and AT&T TV channel 99 (under St. Lucie County Community Channels) or check out the live feed. Join us this week for a new episode of Community Connection, hosted by Ashly Mock and Sean Boyle … Read More

Storybook Character Day at St. Lucie West K8

Kindergarten and first grade Character Day at St. Lucie West K8 was fantastic! Students were encouraged to let their imaginations soar as they read a book of their choice, created an inspired book report, and dressed up as an unforgettable character from their book. It was a truly magical day for students and teachers!    

Village Green’s PBIS Carnival

Village Green’s spectacular PBIS team hosted their annual End of Year Carnival for students who displayed positive behavior and met the school-wide PBIS expectations throughout the school year. Students and their families enjoyed an afternoon filled with bounce houses, interactive games, an obstacle course, dunk tanks, and even a petting zoo! Principal, Mrs. Boria was in the dunk tank, and Assistant Principal, Mrs. Drost was voted by students to get pied in the face. It was a fun event and we are so happy to be able to celebrate the end of a successful year!

8th-Grade Students from Oak Hammock K8 Attends Gradventure

Oak Hammock’s 8th-grade students enjoyed a fun-filled night at the theme park. They had an opportunity to enjoy peers and teachers outside of the school and classroom setting. This was a memorable night for students. For some students, this was the first time that they had visited a theme park. A good time was had by all who attended.    

Cheering On Our Dolphins

Our Phin Nation Cheerleaders at Floresta Elementary School encouraged our third through fifth-grade students in preparation for their FAST testing. Their message was “Try your hardest; do your best; but always remember YOU are more than a test!”  We believe in all of our Dolphins!

Morningside Encourages Students to “Bring Their a Game” on State Testing Days

Morningside students brought their “A” game as we continued state testing. Teachers and staff wrote encouraging messages on home plates for our students to read on their way into school. Then, they lined the halls to cheer them on and get them excited about doing their best. We are so proud of our Blue Jays and all their hard work! They brought their “A game” and knocked it out of the park! ⚾️

Swing Into Summer with Free Tickets to the St. Lucie Mets

Join us at Clover Park and enjoy a St. Lucie Mets game as we Swing Into Summer Reading! FREE tickets for all K-12 students and one guest thanks to St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce [tickets provided at the gate] FREE children’s books while supplies last, plus Meet community partners to learn about the resources they offer PLUS, stick around for the post-game kids run the bases For more information contact Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County  

Sight Word Challenge at Bayshore

We are so proud! Some of Mrs. Archer’s kindergarten students are mastering sight words and celebrating with Grade level brag tags & Texas Road House certificates! Blue= All Kindergarten. Green = All First grade! There is still time to earn more! Keep working on those Sight words!!!!!