The Lady Eagles Basketball Team has been giving back to the community by volunteering at various community events and organizations.
Northport VPK-8 School third grade students in Susan Poveromo’s class learned all about the life of Helen Keller recently in a heartfelt lesson in commemoration of Disability Awareness Month. Students read all about Helen Keller who lived her life in virtual darkness. They learned that Helen was born in 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama and that…Details
The Port Saint Lucie High School JROTC cadets were excited to present the colors and be part of the Wounded Warrior Surf Day. Cadet First Sergeant Ryan McCarthy led the Color Guard presenting the national flag, Cadet Captain Savannah Cymbal presented the state flag, and standing as the guards were Cadet Staff Sergeant Travis Cetin…Details
The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion opened the annual senior pinning ceremony for the class of 2016 at the Port Saint Lucie Civic Center. Cadet Command Sergeant Major Jamie Triplett led the Color Guard presenting the national flag, Cadet Captain Savannah Cymbal presented the state flag, and standing as the guards were Cadet…Details
Ms. Newell’s VPK class visited the pumpkin patch for some fall fun.
The students in Mrs. Kari McIntyre’s Kindergarten class at Mariposa Elementary are having fun learning all about triangles! Michael Soto, Zykeria Reynolds, and Kaarina Wiley are demonstrating their skills by creating a human triangle. One of the many activities the students participated in was using a string to create a triangle in their classroom. Also,…Details
Transportation Department supports Breast Cancer Awareness
Rivers Edge thanks Mid-Florida Bank for showing their support of the importance of reading. On Friday, October 23, representatives read to all of our Kindergarten classes and then gifted each student a book titled, No Sleep for the Sheep!
Rivers Edge staff and students put on the pink for Wear It Pink day!
Personalizing the day for Rivers Edge, it was decided that all donations would be given to our amazing principal, Mrs. Walukiewicz.
We hope for any and all forms of this disease to be removed from our planet!