Fairlawn Elementary School teacher Shirley Helton was recently presented with the 2012 “Excellence in Teaching History Award” for the state of Florida. This prestigious award is presented by the Florida Council for the Social Studies to recognize a teacher who encourages an appreciation and respect for history, involves students in the historical process, and evidences…Details
Fairlawn Elementary School fifth grade teacher Shirley Helton has been named the Distinguished Stock Market Challenge Advisor of the Year for the State of Florida for demonstrating excellence in teaching economics skills of free enterprise and financial literacy. Each year, the Florida Council on Economic Education and Publix Super Markets Charities recognize a Distinguished Stock Market Advisor…Details
The STAR program’s focus is to recognize employees for their behaviors, skills and actions that correlate with the District’s vision and acknowledge those who exemplify its core values. The St. Lucie School Board was very pleased to present the following employees with STAR Awards at this month’s School Board Meeting. Jennifer Glidden – Bayshore Elementary…Details
This month’s STAR Award nomination comes from the Office of Teaching and Learning in support of their colleagues who support the technical side of education. Congratulations to: Tammy Pinkston, Susanne (Sue) Smith, and Gloriann Villalpando Many people do not know what goes on behind the scenes to get all of our technology and…Details
Frances K. Sweet had their Shining Readers celebration to honor the fourth and fifth grade students that read 15 Sunshine Books and have earned 500 or more Reading Counts points.
St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office detectives spoke to parents at Floresta Elementary School recently about internet safety. Risky internet decisions while utilizing social media include socializing, downloading, posting photos, music, and games were discussed. Parents were made aware of the dangers of unknown friending, posting personal information, embarrassing or harassing people, sending provocative images, sharing…Details
Sheriff Mascara, deputies and firefighters along with School Board Member, Debbie Hawley, form a Kids at Hope Tunnel at Gaines Academy on the first day of school!
Congratulations to Allison Goldsmith from Fairlawn Elementary who was recognized by the Sheriff for her quick action in coming to the aid of her fellow classmate and to the members of the School Security Work Group, a collaborative team working to support safe schools. Allison Goldsmith (7:48) School Security Work Group (39:20) Awards Ceremony…Details
SLPS opened 12 schools to serve as shelters in St. Lucie County during the devastating rains and winds that swept through the area. Through it all, shelter residents were safe, well fed, and cared for by staff who were driven to put service before self.
Thank you for all you do for your community!