We congratulate Mariposa Elementary, Morningside Elementary, Oak Hammock K – 8, Palm Pointe Educational Research School, and Village Green Environmental Studies School for receiving Bronze Level status! The purpose of the Florida’s Positive Behavior Support (FLPBS) Project is to identify schools that exemplify best practices in the implementation of positive behavior support systems. Artifacts submitted…Details
We congratulate F.K. Sweet Elementary, Allapattah Flats K – 8, Lawnwood Elementary, and Manatee Academy K – 8 for receiving Silver Level status! The purpose of the Florida’s Positive Behavior Support (FLPBS) Project is to identify schools that exemplify best practices in the implementation of positive behavior support systems. Artifacts submitted through an online application…Details
We congratulate Bayshore Elementary, Southport Middle, West Gate K – 8, and Weatherbee Elementary for receiving Gold Level status! The purpose of the Florida’s Positive Behavior Support (FLPBS) Project is to identify schools that exemplify best practices in the implementation of positive behavior support systems. Artifacts submitted through an online application showcase practices. The FLPBS…Details
Kindergarten students in Carmela Gauthier’s class at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition celebrated their 100th day of school. Students and staff dressed up for the celebration and had many activities throughout the day using 100. This was a fun way to learn, and the students enjoyed the learning experience.
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition’s National Junior Beta Club members brought in items to donate to the local animal shelter. Our members are reaching out and finding opportunities to help our local community. Thank you, Beta Club members!
Mariposa Elementary has formed a Division I Odyssey team for the 2016 Regional competition. Our team is compromised of the following team members: Third Grade Representative: Justin Horton Fourth Grader Representatives: Samantha Gardner, James Philips, Sydnee Rubenstein, Janellie Alvarez Fifth Grade Representative: Alexandra Smith Coaches: Mrs. Jennifer Scipioni, Mrs. Patricia Gomes Odyssey of the Mind…Details
On Thursday, January 21, 2016, students, parents, and staff at St. Lucie Elementary participated in Literacy Night. In addition to the many other events SLE hosts to promote and support family involvement, teachers and staff lovingly served dinner and provided a variety of skill-based literacy activities for parents and children to partake. Literacy Night is an innovative way…Details
On Friday January 22, 2016, St. Lucie Elementary students who honored Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy during the parade were rewarded with an ice cream social. The participating students received a little break from class to enjoy ice cream with a variety of toppings served up by SLE staff in gratitude of their time and efforts contributed as well as their community spirit.
Throughout the state of Florida, this week is celebrated as Student Services Week to laud the contributions of student services professionals. School counselors, school nurses, school psychologists and school social workers dedicate their efforts to supporting the academic, behavioral, social, physical, mental and emotional development of all students. In sync with this is National School…Details
Early literacy is important! SLPS, in collaboration with many community sponsors, facilitated the annual early childhood conference which brought together nearly 200 public and private early childhood educators for the specific purpose of enhancing early childhood education.
This year’s theme: Kaleidoscope of Movement
Keynote Speaker: Jack Hartman