Students from C. A. Moore and Lakewood Park Elementary gathered for a Spring Break Tutorial Camp. Working alongside staff, they were able to spend time on reading and math while also enjoying extracurricular activities. During the camp, students were thrilled with the Oxbow Center’s Reptile Show, and many special community guests stopped by to spend…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools Spring 2016 Commencement Schedule Tuesday, May 17, 2016 – 7:00 p.m. – Port St. Lucie High School Wednesday, May 18, 2016 – 7:00 p.m. – Treasure Coast High School Thursday, May 19, 2016 – 7:00 p.m. – Lincoln Park Academy Friday, May 20, 2016 – 7:00 p.m. – St. Lucie West…Details
Spread the love of literacy! Join the St. Lucie County Reading Council and invite others to join with you. The cost for the year is $15.00 and includes our new purple shirt! Tune in to St. Lucie County Reading Council Facebook page to see which school WINS the Author Visit for the highest membership…Details
From board rooms to ball fields, Superintendent E. Wayne Gent is sharing the positive messages about St. Lucie Public Schools! B Rated School District with No Failing Schools Ranked 22nd Among Florida’s Districts (Top Third) Based on Academic Achievement Number of A Schools Increased From 5 To 8 This Year Number of A and B…Details
Child Nutrition Services would like to congratulate Southport Middle School cafeteria staff on such an over the top National Breakfast Week Promotion! The students and staff truly had a great time with new uniforms, a Big Bites Bus, as well as a true race car! Southport has been recognized by the state Florida School Nutrition…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools is honored to have been named as the recipient of this year’s United Way “Spirit of St. Lucie Community Impact Award.” This award is conferred annually on an organization that demonstrates outstanding contributions within St. Lucie County to one or more of the United Way core impact areas of focus that…Details
Spill the Water! Mosquitoes lay their eggs in water, so keep items around your home free of standing water this summer.
“Be a hero. Spill the water!”
Go to www.SpillTheWater for more information about mosquitoes and what you can do to reduce infection and prevent the spread of mosquitoes.
Richard and Sherry Kolleda presented a check of $500.00 from the Spherion Staffing Community Give Back Program to the St. Lucie County Education Foundation to provide scholarships and support to teachers.
Pictured are, Dr. Kevin Perry, Carissa Zerga, Superintendent Genelle Yost, Board Chair Dr. Donna Mills, Richard Kolleda, Sherry Kolleda, and Vanessa Tillman.
It took over 30 rounds to declare the 2012 spelling bee winners at F.K. Sweet Elementary. The best of the spellers from each fourth and fifth grade class recently took stage to spell some very difficult words. In the end, pictured from left, Rida Ahmed emerged as the winner, followed by second place speller Cassie Ackenbrack,…Details
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition is proud to recognize this year’s winners in the school’s Spelling Bee for fourth and fifth graders. Pictured from left are Sidney Scalletti, first place; Miles Garriques, third place; and Alex Gust, second place. Great job Rockets!