1. Get your child to school on time, every day, and make sure homework assignments are completed on time. 2. Absences due to car trouble, an unverified late bus, and bad weather are considered Unexcused and will go on your child’s permanent record. 3. Extended vacations, long weekends, and frequent doctor appointments scheduled during school…Details
Spread the love of literacy! Join the St. Lucie County Reading Council and invite others to join with you. The cost for the year is $15.00 and includes our new purple shirt! Tune in to St. Lucie County Reading Council Facebook page to see which school WINS the Author Visit for the highest membership…Details
Dr. Rafael Sanchez, Executive Director of Human Resources for St. Lucie Public Schools, looks forward to ringing the closing bell for NASDAQ in New York City on October 25. This opportunity that many on Wall Street clamor for is a result of his distinguished recognition and receipt of the Capella University Business Leaders Award. Recipients…Details
Windmill Point Elementary School students returned Monday, August 28th to a newly designed cafeteria! Students were excited to see the transformation!
St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) reached a positive agreement with its Communications Workers of America (CWA) partners on Thursday, August 24, for the 2017 – 2020 Contract which includes compensation and benefits for the 2017 – 2018 school year. Superintendent E. Wayne Gent stated, “We are committed to working together in order to reach…Details
Students in Ms. Zoie Griffiths’ 5th grade class at Mariposa Elementary learn about controlled experiments. The students completed an investigation that tested how high a ball would bounce on four different surfaces. They learned about variables, the scientific process, and even included some math by finding the average height of the five trials. This will…Details
F.K. Sweet 2nd graders in Mrs. Lott’s class enjoyed learning about the solar eclipse and loved making models to represent what was happening to the Sun, Moon, and Earth during the eclipse.
On Sunday August 20, 2017, the Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion Commander cadet Lieutenant Colonel Travis Cetin supported William at his 13th birthday party at Superplay USA. William is on the autism spectrum, and he has experienced bullying. For his birthday, all William wanted was for his friends to show up to his party.…Details
In recognition of the role of Hispanic-Americans in shaping Florida today, students and educators are invited to participate in opportunities that will help enhance appreciation for those who contributed to Florida’s rich history and are helping to mold its bright future. The deadline for all submissions is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 12, 2017. Please review the…Details
On August 12, 2017, the Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion Color Guard presented the colors to a group of 32 wounded veterans. The Jaguar color guard marched to welcome and honor the wounded veterans on the 6th Annual Wounded Warrior Surf Day Project, a day marked to enjoy surfing at the Fort Pierce…Details