The Florida Department of Education presents the Golden and Silver School Awards to recognize exemplary programs, which promote parent and community involvement in education. The Golden School Award recognizes elementary, secondary and adult schools that meet the following criteria: A minimum of 80 percent of the school staff participated in training related to school volunteerism.…Details
Martha Underwood, Volunteer Coordinator for St. Lucie Public Schools, presented the Golden and Silver School Awards to area schools in February. The awards are based upon volunteerism and the number of schools receiving recognition continues to grow each year. The Golden School Award (Elementary or Secondary Schools) A minimum of 80% of the school…Details
ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL – St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) is proud to announce that the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) has awarded 32 schools with the Golden School Award and 13 schools with the Silver School Award. These awards are presented annually to both public elementary and secondary schools with exemplary volunteer programs that…Details
The Golden and Silver School Awards recognize schools for their volunteer hours. Congratulations to all of the schools that received recognition. Golden Schools Allapattah Flats K8 School Bayshore Elementary Chester A. Moore Elementary Creative Arts Academy Fairlawn Elementary Floresta Elementary Forest Grove Middle School Ft. Pierce Central High School Ft. Pierce Westwood…Details
WCE students that earned Level 5 on the 2018 FSA ELA and/or Math enjoyed a special lunch at Golden Corral. Keep up the hard work.
The Golden School Award for 2013-14 were presented to St. Lucie Public Schools at the School Board Meeting on October 28, 2014. The award went to all schools who had 80% of the school staff participate in training for a school volunteer; a volunteer coordinator designated for recruitment, placement, training and supervision of school volunteers; and, school volunteer…Details
Allapattah Flats seventh grade students, Maya Sanders , left, and Ashley Bowers express their creativity through writing and illustration. Both students demonstrated their concept by recreating their own version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Students’ work includes a title, various characters, and a moral. Lastly, students presented their story to the class.
“Timing is everything.” Never before has a statement uttered been more true. This week, Soraya Rooney and an outreach team from First United Methodist Church presented St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) with a $2,000 check to support the needs of homeless children in St. Lucie County (SLC). This windfall came from a golf tournament fundraiser…Details
Allapattah Flats hosted its first annual Goodies with Grandparents day on Tuesday, September 9th. The turnout was spectacular and the students were thrilled to spend some quality time with their grandparents. Grandparents and students were walked through a comparison activity, they listened to a student do a read aloud and then created a little crafty…Details