Summer Professional Development

The Office of Teaching and Learning invites you to join us for the Math Standards Institute sessions this summer.  Below is a description of the sessions. Standards Institute Session 1: This training is designed to introduce the learner to the three shifts of instruction in mathematics.  We will explore standards to see the connection between…


Celebrating Successes!

On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Keiser University in partnership with St. Lucie Public Schools Career and Technical Education Department hosted the Criminal Justice Academy Completers Awards Breakfast.  More than one hundred seniors from Fort Pierce Central High School, Fort Pierce Westwood High School, St. Lucie West Centennial High School, and Treasure Coast High School kicked…


What is Autism?

April is Autism Awareness Month which provides outstanding opportunities to increase our knowledge, understanding, acceptance, and appreciation of Autism as well as all levels of disabilities, and thus continue our efforts to promote inclusionary environments for Students with Disabilities. SLPS staff and students are wearing blue each Friday in April. What is Autism? (AutismSociety.Org) What…


STAR Program Launched

Thom Jones of the Education Foundation, St. Lucie County extends a special thank you to Paul Jakubczak, Carol Wilson, and  Lois Wolfe of the Ft. Pierce Utilities Authority and the Boys and Girls Clubs for launching the first STAR Business Mentor Class! These STAR Scholars will be mentored over the next two years as part…


Bulldogs Take To The Swamp

MOA Students engaged in an ecosystem sampling/surveying activity that included dip-netting, cast netting and hiking through mangrove swamp and hammock along the Indian River Lagoon at Pepper Park and Wild Cat Cove. Our young minds are exploring and finding solutions to protect our waterways! Way to go Bulldogs!