Staff members from Lakewood Park Elementary surprised third, fourth, and fifth grade students who earned a Level 4 or Level 5 on Florida Standards Assessments in the areas of ELA, Math, and Science. Students were excited to see their school’s staff members honoring them with signs and celebrating their accomplishments! Lakewood Park Elementary has received…Details
Ongoing professional development bodes well for individuals who strive to provide exceptional customer service, and so it is with our team of Certified and Master Custodians who have recently taken it upon themselves to heighten their level of service to others and elevate their personal capacity for success by completing job specific certification programs. We…Details
Reality Store SM 2016 – Designed to help students get a better understanding of what it takes to survive in “real life.” The students start the day with a set income (correlated to students’ GPA’s) and family members. Students visit various stations throughout the activity. They take responsibility of being head of the household. They…Details
Twenty students from SLPS attended the “Ready to Work” Manufacturing Boot Camp Program Acceptance Information Session. Based on recommendations by high school guidance counselors, students attended to learn more about this opportunity to participate in a one week manufacturing boot camp organized by the Economic Development Council (EDC) post-graduation. Students will have an experienced-packed week…Details
Osvaldo “Serge” Ronda-Santiago braved the falling temperatures on Wednesday, January 3rd to wash his bus at the South Transportation Compound.
St. Lucie Public Schools looks forward to welcoming students back to school on Monday, January 8, 2018.
Frances K Sweet celebrated Literacy Week by inviting dads in to read to classes. The students in Melanie Francisco’s kindergarten class enjoyed being read to by Reverend Ham. His son, Thomas, was beyond thrilled to have his dad read one of his favorite books to his class.
Students have a wide choice of books to select from when using one of the five reading habits, Reading to Self. It is proven that a student will elect to read more, if they have an opportunity to make their own choices. Preston Zinter, in Traci Lott’s second grade class at F.K. Sweet Elementary, is enjoying his non-fiction…Details
Reading mentorships are flourishing at Northport K-8 School. Students are excited to meet in small, informal groups with interested, concerned and effective instructors using a multi-pronged approach. Students have been meeting with mentors to read in the media center, on the patio, in the cafeteria and in the hallways to discuss books that interest the…Details
We are tracking our reading progress at White City Elementary. Each star represents a book read during the celebrate literacy reading challenge.
Reading is my SUPERPOWER!
Thank you to our business partners PNC Bank for reading to our VPK classes this morning at Lakewood Elementary!