Black History Month Celebration

Dr. McEwen and Mrs. Barr organized a celebration of Black History Month with an assembly for students and staff at the Education Center of St. Lucie County’s Juvenile Detention Center. The assembly followed the national theme for Black History Month, Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memory. In attendance were 38 students, all teaching staff…

VGE Maintenance Supports Green Efforts

Dirk Smith, Plant Manager of Village Green Environmental Studies School, has implemented a fun and rewarding recycling program.  Each week the classes of VGESS compete to see who will win a coveted Sundae Party for the most material recycled in one week.  The incentive program has been a huge success. In fact, one class produced…

Fairlawn Odyssey Team is Going to State

The Odyssey of the Mind team from Fairlawn Elementary Magnet School performed at Regional Competition at Suncoast High School in Riviera Beach, FL.  The team not only qualified for state, they received the Ranatra Fusca Creativity Award.  This award is the highest award in the Odyssey of the Mind program.  For this award, judges are…

PBIS Celebration at FPMSA

FPMSA fifth graders celebrated making great choices at a PBIS celebration on February 19th. Friends, snacks, games, and crafts were part of the fun enjoyed by all who attended. These students followed the ARTS Expectations: Always Prepared, Respect Others, Take Responsibility, and Stay Safe!          

Submitted by Kathleen Saunders

 

TCHS Gaming Club Grows Exponentially!

Mr. Darrell M.Schwartz, history teacher at Treasure Coast High School, announces that about two months ago the Gaming Club was created on our campus. The purpose of the club is to bring all students together who have an interest in friendship and fun competition. The club includes Video and Computer Gaming along with Board Games…

Northport Students Promote Praiseworthy Information at SLPS District History Fair!

Northport K-8 history instructor, Bob Burdge, and eleven Northport middle grades students represented Northport at the SLPS District History Fair held at Indian River State College recently. Students explored and presented exciting and informative topics such as, “How Did the Women of the 1920’s Explore Their Rights and Encounter Change?” “The Significance of the California…

TCHS SkillsUSA Takes 1st Place

The students from the photo competed in SkillsUSA Regional Competition in Orlando, FL last week, Thursday, February 18.  Students were in the Community Service Competition and won 1st Place for Region 3. Student Names: Olivia Wallman, Arielly Dias, and Arthur Waddell Students in this competition had the following purpose: To evaluate local chapter activities that…

Renowned Storyteller at Gaines Academy

The month of February is dedicated to celebrating and honoring the many achievements and contributions made by African Americans to the economic, cultural, and political development of America. On February 19th, Donna Washington joined Gaines Academy in celebrating African American culture through the art of storytelling. Ms. Washington is a renowned story teller and author…

African Folk Tales Shared at SLE

On Thursday, February 18, 2016, we were amazed by Master Storyteller Donna Washington who engaged and awakened the imaginations of students at St. Lucie Elementary with relevant stories and lessons. The enthusiasm was infectious from one student to the next as talk of her unforgettable performance was non-stop throughout the day. The stories told were…