Rebecca and Cody Mott from the Inwater Research group conducted a Treasured Turtles program with Gaines Academy 6th grade science classes. The program engaged, educated,
Ms. Spivey and students showing their school spirit on Jersey Day
The Singing Eagles Choir from Dan McCarty Middle School recently participated in the District 13 Music Performance Assessment earning straight “Superior” ratings. The choir received
Windmill Point families enjoyed learning important information about the upcoming FSA assessments through a fun night of family trivia! Families worked together to solve problems
The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion Drill Team hosted the 22nd Annual Area Three Drill Meet. Best school overall was determined by the
The Parkway Pirates had a great time as they enjoyed the games during Field Days!
C.A. Moore Elementary School Kickball Team: A. Parker, M. Tozer, J. Davis, R. Spivey, A. Hamilton, W. Smith, S. Rick, L Camacho, K. Spence, R.
To celebrate National School Breakfast Week, Cafeteria Manager Maria Coellos-Mayz and Manager Intern Diana Crosdale dressed up to welcome students to school on Monday to
Mrs. Michelle Smith’s second grade students from Mariposa Elementary were privileged to visit the Hallstrom Planetarium at Indian River State College. The children learned how
Northport K-8 School held a spectacular morning of Community Involvement recently to celebrate not only the birthday of Dr. Seuss, but also the 30th birthday
Five fifth graders from Frances K. Sweet had their Highwaymen-inspired art on display at the Highwaymen Heritage Festival. Alexis McEwen took the first place prize,
Congratulations to Trinadee, Aidan, Kyle, and Saniah, students in Mrs. Logue’s fifth grade class, for earning the A.R.T.S. Expectations certificates for outstanding leadership in demonstrating preparedness,
Mrs. Ebersole’s 4th grade and Mrs. Eaker’s Kindergarten class met for the first time to introduce themselves to their new buddies. Students were given puzzle
The PTO from Parkway Elementary School recently organized a family get together at Chuck-E-Cheese! This event was great and the families had a chance to
Faculty, staff, and students created a welcome tunnel for our incoming students and their families at the Freshmen Open House. The FPWHS band and cheerleaders
Mrs. Nesbitt’s first grade class worked on sequencing events in writing. Students created a flow map using Eric Carle’s book The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Students and staff were “Feelin’ Groovy” at our Rockin’ Family Night. Parents learned about websites they can use with their children at home. We also
Ms. Ferris’ class went on a field trip to the waste water plant. Great hands-on science lesson! We are Bulldogs!
VIP readers visited several classes for our Dr. Seuss Day on March 2nd. Media Specialist Debbie Remington organized this event in which our “VIPs” read