All SLPS Employees and Students are invited to attend a FREE back-to-school event at First Data Field on Friday, August 23rd!
Buy your tickets now for A Night at the Improv brought to you by St. Lucie West Centennial High School.
“A Promise is a Promise” program affirms our graduates for their decision to pursue education credentials with the promise of employment in SLPS.
St. Lucie County is a great place to live, learn, work, play, and grow. Pictured below are our TCHS and PSLHS candidates.
The St. Lucie County Reading Council is at it again! Bringing the best presenters to share information that will benefit us as professionals and our students as they develop their love of literacy! On Tuesday, February 6th, Dr. Debra Gurvitz will bring you ideas you can implement immediately in your writing block. Read about Debra’s…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools employees and students had a rockin’ good time at the First Data Field in Port St. Luce on Friday, August 4th for the Pep Rally! With the support of Larry Lee Jr. State Farm Agency, Big Apple Pizza, The Van Duzer Foundation, Peter W. Busch, St. Lucie County, and the Economic…Details
St. Lucie Elementary School students felt a storm of excitement as they learned about air masses, tornadoes, and hurricanes during a visit from Meteorologist Cris Martinez this week. Each month, the WBPF personality visits schools in St. Lucie County to share information with students on weather and how it impacts them. He is always a…Details
SLPS Social Worker Kate McCormic was recognized by the Sheriff’s Office for her outstanding work with a local family in the fall. She, in collaboration with the SRD and two others, worked to locate a student who was truant, provide food for the family, and provide support services.
After being stationed in Italy as a Commander in the Navy for the past nine months, Mr. Kyle Croce visited his kindergarten daughter Aria and first grade daughter Caroline during their lunch at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition. What a wonderful welcome back surprise; there wasn’t a dry eye in the house!
Morningside Elementary celebrated Thanksgiving by giving to others. Students brought in food and decorated boxes to send home to our wonderful Grace Packs families. Our Kindergarten also celebrated with their annual POW WOW. They dressed up in costumes they made and parents brought in an abundance of “authentic” Thanksgiving food for the students to sample.…Details