Over 100 Allied Health Students from SLWCHS, TCHS and FPWHS participated in the Future Healthcare Professionals Conference derived from the Healthcare Roundtable for St. Lucie and Martin Counties. Students had a chance to learn soft skills, financial aid options, task management and overall were able to acquire knowledge on their pathway to becoming a healthcare…Details
Join the Billion Steps Walking Challenge, a project of the Healthy St. Lucie Coalition. Fly solo or form a team with your family, friends, work buddies, or neighbors. Don’t like walking? That’s okay – you can choose from over 100 different types of physical activities. Make this a personal commitment to your health and our…Details
March is nationally recognized as Music in Our Schools Month. St. Lucie Public Schools appreciates and values the the role of music in education and recognizes that it can play a multifaceted part in the life of a student and has the power to inspire and transform. Likewise, music education has a positive impact on…Details
All students may enjoy FREE breakfast meals from now through the end of the school year.
Please encourage all students to partake in this program and enjoy a healthy breakfast.
Today is the day! Northport and BBBS partnered to make this year the best Dr. Seuss birthday party ever! Thanks to all of our guests who too visited Northport to read and enjoy time with the children. Thank you to Tiffany Tredor and her fifth grade students who served as ambassadors. They made sure every…Details
An all-star lineup promises to score big for the Southport Middle School (SPMS) National Junior Honor Society’s (NJHS) cancer awareness fundraising efforts. Impressed with the students’ efforts to fundraise, Southport’s lead basketball coach Kerry Parks pledged to help support NJHS’s efforts by donating additional proceeds from the Annual Hoops for Life Celebrity Charity Basketball…Details
In Mrs. C. Bonilla’s PreKindergarten class at Mariposa Elementary, the students discussed many different kinds of paper. This included where paper comes from and what different things we can create with it. The students practiced writing, drawing, cutting, and gluing the paper. Madison Barr wrote, ” Paper comes from trees.” She drew trees to illustrate…Details
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.