The King and I auditions are set for March 6th. Mark your calendar!
There are plenty of opportunities for students of all ages to participate in roles for this timeless musical.
On February 9th, 2017, the Panther Battalion completed the second round of the Junior Leadership Academic Bowl (JLAB). They successfully scored an 82% overall and showed great improvement and commitment to make it to the next round. They worked together answering different questions on the verbal, math, and science sections of the timed test. The…Details
Special Award – Publix Good Science Award Chaffee Wood and Ozzie Venereo – “P-Bass Pickups” 1st Place Engineering Chaffee Wood and Ozzie Venereo – “P-Bass Pickups” 2nd Place Engineering Tyler Tarrant – “Magnetic Levitation Model” 2nd Place Biomedical & Health Science Melene Joseph – “Is Hearing Damaged If You Listen to Loud Music?” 3rd Place…Details
Attend Samuel Gaines Academy’s Fourth Annual Winter Games on Thursday, February 23rd from 5:30-7:00. Bring your family. The first 100 Colts will receive a goodie bag full of supplies. Play games to win prizes and cheer your Jedi teachers on to win a Pod Party.
Northport students and teachers welcomed the monthly Speakers Bureau recently, and the Northport Media Center truly did “Shine Forth As Gold!” The morning began with the Pledge of Allegiance led by sixth grader, Alicia Brown, dressed as Harriet Tubman. As the program progressed, students from Deborah Allen’s class dressed authentically as famous Black Americans such…Details
Northport is pleased to announce our results from the 2017 St. Lucie County Regional Science and Engineering Fair STEM competition. Students researched a problem having societal impact and then creatively designed their experiment to test their hypothesis or built a prototype device to find a solution. We are proud of the accomplishments of our young…Details
On Tuesday February 7th, Cadet Major Jennifer Arriola (right) was awarded the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Post 8058, Voice of Democracy Essay/Audio Scholarship. She wrote and recorded a two-page essay describing her responsibility to America. Her essay was titled “The Land of the Free.” In her essay, she described her mission to give back…Details
White City Elementary students enjoyed a dramatic production of Rockin’ Red Riding Hood. Students made connections between the stage presentation and the traditional story version. Students had a rockin’ good time as they compared point of view, themes, and the pattern of events.
SLWCH Parli Pro Team (11th grade) placed 2nd at the HOSA District IX Winter Leadership Conference (WLC). The purpose of the parliamentary procedure was to develop leadership skills in HOSA members by conducting a simulated business meeting. This event was based on team competition; therefore, members learned the importance of cooperation and working together through…Details