On Tuesday, October 4, The National Theatre for Children came to our school and performed for our K-2 students. They performed an energy show sponsored by FPL titled Captain Wattage. Captain Wattage solved the mystery about who was stealing energy. (It was Vivica Voltage!) The boys and girls (and teachers) loved it!
Palm Beach Area Schools Recognized as Five Star Schools ~ Hundreds of schools statewide honored for exemplary community involvement ~ Tallahassee, Fla., October 9, 2017 – Today, the Florida Department of Education announced the names of schools in the Palm Beach area that have earned the Five Star School Award for the 2016-2017 school year.…Details
Fort Pierce Westwood Veterinary students were at the St. Lucie International Airport on October 5th to support in the arrival of a plane from Puerto Rico carrying animals in need of homes and care. The veterinary students along with their teacher, Whitney Uribe, helped to unload the animals from the plane, unload them from their…Details
Governor Rick Scott Issued this proclamation to support Disability History and Awareness Weeks. (The first two weeks of October are recognized as Disability History and Awareness Weeks.)
Allapattah Flats hosted its annual PBIS BUS DRIVER LUNCHEON on Friday, September 29, 2017. APFK8 served their drivers with great enthusiasm and appreciation for all that they do every day to keep their Gators safe! The drivers enjoyed a special drawing and a delicious lunch along with a lot of laughter and fun! We truly…Details
John Parker, famous BMX rider, visited White City Elementary.
During his presentation, he discussed the spokes of good character, motion, and speed.
It was a fun, energizing, and thrilling presentation.
Fort Pierce Westwood’s Tuesday Leadership Club (TLC) met for their first 2017/18 service project. TLC members stuffed 50 donated backpacks with school supplies for Panther students in need. TLC is a student driven group which develops positive leadership and characteristics to enhance themselves, their school and their community at large. The students involved with this…Details
Happy Fall! Students in Melanie Francisco’s kindergarten class loved working on a unit about apples. They measured, experimented, and used their five senses to investigate them. Jackson Mallonee, Elijah Josheph, Everette Robinson, and Tabitha Smith agreed that the best part of the unit was making homemade applesauce.
The 18th annual “Evening for Education” dinner is Saturday, November 4, at 6:00 PM at the Pelican Yacht Club. Working together for Success! is the theme for an evening of dining and dancing with live and silent auctions. Win a large screen smart TV, Jane Rowley’s Famous Crab Dip, a signed Bud Adams framed photograph,…Details
Stephen Siller: Tunnel to Towers Run The Tunnel to Towers run is an event created two years after the occurrence of 9/11. The event symbolizes Stephen Siller’s final footsteps running in full firefighting gear from the foot of the Battery Tunnel to the Twin Towers. It pays homage to the 343 FDNY firefighters, 71 law…Details