Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis Club read Dr. Seuss books to Fairlawn Elementary School’s kindergarten students to celebrate Read Across America. The kindergarten students were so engaged as the guests read their favorite books and then took questions from students about the books. Thank you to Javier Cisneros, Quinn Haisley, Troy Ingersoll, Nicole Romero , Frank…Details
For the month of February, the students in the Peer Leadership Program at Weatherbee Elementary had the privilege to meet with State Representative Mr. Larry Lee Jr. This program targeting male African American students is one of the PBS strategies used at Weatherbee Elementary. Each month a male role model from the community comes to…Details
PLACE AWARDS BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Junior Division 1st Place – Gabriella Lizarazu and Jaylen DeValle, WGK 2nd Place – Justine Vega, SOM Senior Division 1st Place – Kelly Ramos, FPC 2nd Place – William Clarizio and James Humphreys, FPW BIOCHEMISTRY Junior Division 1st Place – Dakota Robinson, SLK 2nd Place – Yamilet, Aviles, MAN…Details
What a wonderful morning at a school that is on the move, flourishing and continually growing! Northport VPK-8 School in collaboration with Big Brothers, Big Sisters, welcomed a host of community leaders to read Dr. Seuss books and to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss with VPK-3 grade students. Local leaders who visited the school…Details
In a recent press release from Girls on the Run of the Treasure Coast, “Southport Middle School made history with eleven brave and beautiful girls who met for their first session of Girls on Track in St. Lucie County. The Girls on Track program, for girls in 6th through 8th grade, uses an experience-based curriculum…Details
To promote their Scholastic Book Fair and create a way for dads to be involved with their children’s school day, Fairlawn Elementary School hosted a Doughnuts for Dads themed shopping morning. Dads were invited to come shop with their students and then have a doughnut and a cup of coffee before they left to start…Details
Parents, friends and neighbors honored our February students of the month for the character trait of Trustworthiness. Each child was given a certificate and a positive affirmation about why they are trustworthy. The students then enjoyed a cookie and time with their guests. Pictures of each grade levels students follow.
Sixteen PSLHS students competed at our District History Fair January 21st and brought home 3 first place awards, 1 second place, and 1 third place. Congrats to Jessica Fernandez (1st Individual Exhibit), Savannah Cymbal (1st Individual Website), Mark Alton, Ondra Lee (1st Group Website), Diana Nguyen (2nd Place Individual Website) HaileyVotino & Taylor Tetreault (3rd Place…Details
The Parkway Elementary Odyssey Team is going on to the state competition with the “Runaway Train” problem. Seen here at regional competition are Coach Czajak, Alexina, Janelle, Kris, Elexus, Alex, Chris, Ricki and Coach Trabal.
Ms Odom and Mrs. Aguila brought Mr. Clark’s 7th grade Language Arts students into the media center to begin writing a short story as a graphic novel. Mr. Clark had the students finish the stories in his class. The students had a great time writing and illustrating the stories. They could work alone or in groups…Details