On March 1, 2018, the Jaguar Battalion participated in the Freshman Open House at Port St. Lucie High School. The Battalion hosted a color guard composed of four cadets: c/1SG Kalinowski, c/CPT Harris, c/MAJ May, and c/CPL Garcia. Furthermore, the Battalion was able to recruit a multitude of promising new cadets for next school year.
On behalf of Northport K8, We would like to congratulate the following students for their placement at the St. Lucie County History Fair competition. Jennifer Lugo-Rodriguez and Chastine Maharaj received 3rd place for Junior Group website. Rebebak Papsidero and Lily Swantic received 2nd place for Junior Group Exhibit. Arthur Sanders received 1st place for Junior…Details
Northport elementary students made cards, banners and posters to encourage eighth grade students as they take their FSA Writing tests. Students also offered lollipops, mints and treats. Northport students are uncommonly caring and loving. We are thankful that our administration and staff are so supportive and encourage a “family” atmosphere.
The students at Southport Middle School are being challenged to participate in 17 Acts of Kindness in remembrance of the 17 lives lost in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting. Ms. Morgan Kellogg, Southport Teacher of the Year and Student Council Advisor, explained on the morning news show that if 800 Southport students were to…Details
What a delightful morning in the Northport gymnasium! Northport Rising Stars gifted and enriched teachers and students researched very important people and then portrayed an authentic Wax Museum for parents, families and classes to enjoy. Janine Wiecks, Kate Ploeckelman, Lorena Wilson and Tiffany Tredor presented their students with a wonderful and engaging lesson that brought…Details
Community Leaders read to the students at White City Elementary (WCE). Students enjoyed listening to the book entitled,
8th grade students, please attend the open house scheduled at your future high school on Thursday, March 1st (LPA, FPCHS, PSLHS, SLWCHS, TCHS) or Wednesday, March 7th (FPWHS) at 6 PM.
The students and parents of White City Elementary participated in FSA Parent Night. Grades 3-5 families worked cooperatively to learn about FSA questions, writing rubric, and how iReady and SLC Unit Assessments are used to monitor students’ progress. It was an informative parent event.
As part of our continued partnership with Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers on crime prevention/crime detection, St. Lucie Public Schools, Crime Stoppers, and St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office have partnered to heighten awareness among students and staff about the Crime Stoppers program as yet another way of supporting safe campuses and responsible citizenship. In keeping with…Details
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