Port St. Lucie High students explored Florida Polytechnic University’s STEM Integration labs. Hosted by Dr. Ryan Integlia, John Picchiarini and Chris Medley’s students participated in demonstrations with wearable electronics, Arts and STEM integration, optoelectronics, supervised machine learning, artificial intelligence, and renewable energy just to name some of experiences!
The visit is the first step in this year’s collaboration project between Port St. Lucie High Technical Design students and Florida Polytechnic University students.
Look for more to come!
On Saturday November 3, test drive a new Buick and help Fort Pierce Westwood High School (FPWHS) located at 1801 Panther Lane in Fort Pierce, receive up to $10,000. Garber Buick GMC in Ft. Pierce will have new Buick vehicles at the school for this Test Drive Event from 8:00am-3:00pm. For each two-to-three minute test drive, Buick will donate $10.00. When the event exceeds 100 test drives, Buick will double the donation to $20.00. The goal is to reach the maximum donation of $10,000 for the day!
Participants will sign-in at the main entrance of FPWHS’s campus where they will have easy access to the test drive range. Drivers must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance. There is a limit of two donations per household.
Visitors to the campus will also benefit from the services of other community organizations such as the Sheriff’s Office with fingerprinting services for children, the Humane Society with on-site adoption opportunities, and the Health Department with flu vaccinations (first come, first served).
Principal Joseph Lezeau is eager to host the drive event. “Garber Buick GMC is a remarkable community partner in education. This event will help our school raise funds for extracurricular activities and competitions for students who are active in productions and competitions that take place far beyond the regular school day. Fundraisers like this help us provide the means for our students to showcase their talents at high level competitions and events.”
About Garber Buick GMC
Garber Buick GMC is a full-service GM dealership at 5255 U. S Highway One in Ft. Pierce. The property features a new car showroom, state-of-the-art service department, business offices, parts department and a Quick Lane Oil Change. They have room to display hundreds of new Buicks, GMCs and GM Certified Pre-Owned vehicles. Garber Buick GMC also has a large Collision Center that is supported by all Insurance Companies. Consumers have rated Garber Buick GMC #1 in Customer Service on the Treasure Coast. The Garber family has been in the automobile business for over 100 years beginning with Garber Buick in Saginaw Michigan established in 1907. Garber Automotive Group has 15 dealerships representing 14 manufacturers. The company is known for their civic leadership in the communities where they do business. To that end, Garber Buick GMC has a Community Room free to use for group meetings and non-profit organizations. The Community Room can accommodate up to 40 people with tables, chairs and a 60” TV for presentations. Garber Buick GMC’s website is www.garberbuickgmc.com.
About St. Lucie Public Schools
St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) proudly serves students as the highest-ranking District on the Treasure Coast and fifth in Florida with a graduation rate of 90.1 percent. As a B rated District, there are no failing schools, and SLPS is ranked among the top one-third of Florida’s districts for student achievement. The District also has the distinction of being recognized as one of St. Lucie County’s Best Places to Work. The mission of SLPS is to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools equipped with the knowledge, skills and desire to succeed. For more information, visit http://www.stlucieschools.org.
Forest Grove Middle School invites you to support the MOA Prep program and our future generation of marine scientists.
For the last eight years, Northport has recognized the month of October as Bullying Awareness Month. Students are educated using a multi-pronged approach with a common message. We don’t tolerate bullying at Northport; we offer tools to cope using an individualized plan, and we promote a single school culture with kindness, civic duty, patriotism, service, care and concern as our bell weather teaching style. Our community always remembers to teach the whole child. We never forget that each child has their own learning style and each receives messages in their own way.
This year, we closely followed the SLPS Stomp Out Bullying, Change the Culture plan that was a collaboration between the Department of Student Services, Department of Social and Emotional Learning and the Department of Exceptional Student Education. We tailored the plan to fit the needs of our school. We honored “Be A Buddy Week,” “Make New Friends Week,” “Stand Up For Others Week,” and “Inclusion Week.” We utilized quotes on the morning announcements as well as specific conversation starters. We promoted “The Promise” pledge and read books related to bullying. We offered, in coordination with our PTO, real tools to cope and what to do if a child feels bullied. Parents have been involved with our specialized approach to deter bullying.
Many thanks to our resource/elective teachers who were integral in implementing our annual “BULLY WALK” around the school during each class period. Northport is a fascinating study in what a true public Title I school should be and, without exception, we are proud to call Northport “OUR SCHOOL!”
Second grade students at Palm Pointe were working on their summarizing skills this week. Students were allowed to select a grade appropriate book of their choice and were tasked with retelling the events by giving a thorough summary of the book. In addition to their summary, students used pumpkins to create a representation of one of the main characters in the book. The second grade team invited all staff and students to come by and visit their storybook pumpkin display. How amazing and creative our Palm Pointe students are!
Students came to school all decked out in orange to take a stand against bullying. They wanted to send a clear message that they don’t support bullying and that they won’t be a bystander. Way to go, students! Together, let’s stomp out bullying for good.