Ariana White, an eighth grade student at Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition, will serve as a Page for State Representative Gayle Harrell in the upcoming Legislative Delegation session in Tallahassee, March 6-10. The exciting news came in an acceptance letter from Clerk Portia Palmer of the Florida House of Representatives. As a participant…Details
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Ariana White, an eighth grade student at Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition, will serve as a Page for State Representative Gayle Harrell in the upcoming Legislative Delegation session in Tallahassee, March 6-10. The exciting news came in an acceptance letter from Clerk Portia Palmer of the Florida House of…Details
CHOICE OPEN ENROLLMENT WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY (applies to in-zone and out-of-zone students) High Schools: January 9 – 31 Kindergarten – 8th Grade: March 1 – 31 Open Enrollment and School Choice Questions and Answers If my children currently attend a school within my zone, has anything changed for them? No. The new law says…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) principals and select teachers received congratulatory notices from Florida Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart celebrating High Impact Teachers’ positive influence on student performance. The identified teachers are recognized as having the highest impact in the entire state based upon a recent analysis of student performance on statewide standardized assessments. In…Details
Mr. Jeff Johnson, St. Lucie Public Schools 2016 Teacher of the Year, read the following Proclamation at the February Board Meeting designating February, 2017, as African American History Month. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF ST. LUCIE COUNTY Proclamation WHEREAS: The School Board of St. Lucie County takes pride in joining Americans throughout the country and…Details
Mr. Ian Cotner, Regional Director for AT&T, presented a $2,000 check to the Education Foundation as part of the corporation’s effort to support STEM education and provide experimental learning opportunities for students.
The funds will be used to support Career and Technical Education and middle school drone programs.
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!
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
The Five Star School Award was created by the Commissioner’s Community Involvement Council and is presented annually to those schools that have shown evidence of exemplary community involvement. In order to earn Five Star School recognition, a school must show documentation that it has achieved 100 percent of the established criteria in the following categories. Schools…Details
The Florida Education Association of Retired Educators awards two Innovative Grants to local educators each year. Educators can apply for a $100.00 innovative grant for a project that will add to efficient and effective teaching to enhance student learning. This year’s grant recipients were Ms. Jacqueline Harris of Village Green Elementary and Ms. Sandra…Details