Parkway Elementary showed their appreciation for the team who delivers their students to and from campus each day.
A big thank you to our bus drivers for caring for their special cargo!
C.A. Moore Elementary hosted a parent night – a wonderful opportunity for the school and home partnership to grow stronger.
It is with notable pleasure that Northport VPK-8 School participated in the Superintendent’s Learning Lunch held on Tuesday, October 13 from 11:30 am- 12:30 pm at the SLC School Board District Offices. Northport Assessment Specialist, Josie Bailey and Northport 8th grade student, Rosette Garcia enjoyed the collaborative atmosphere provided by new Superintendent, E. Wayne Gent.…Details
Northport VPK-8 School Media Center is promoting stellar Florida Book Lists this year. The Sunshine State Reader Program is co-sponsored by the Office of Library Media and the Florida Association for Media in Education or FAME. “Started in 1984, this reading motivation program for students in grades 3-8 is designed to entice students to read…Details
Fourth grade students at Frances K. Sweet Elementary School are working hard writing explanatory/informative essays. Students examined parts of an essay, then worked with their shoulder partner to put an essay together in the correct order. Each part was color coded for students to see the different parts. After practicing the parts and reading about…Details
The kindergarten classes at Frances K. Sweet listened to the story, “Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!” in the media center with Mrs. Laura Glennon. After retelling the story to their friends, they created an edible craft of Pigeon driving the bus. They students really enjoyed this delicious treat! Pictured: Eden Wagerer ready to…Details
Southport Middle School had its first Career Day event on Thursday, October 8, 2015. Volunteers throughout the community came to present their careers to our 7th and 8th grade students. Presentations were job-fair style and volunteers each had a designated table or assigned area where they spoke about their area of expertise. Students were able…Details
Students in Port St. Lucie High School’s TV Production program exercised their technical, creative, collaborative, and communication skills as they took full responsibility for the production of the high schools’ first in a series of informative segments known as “JTV Chats.” The inaugural show was hosted by Sarah El Khoury, senior at PSLHS, and featured…Details
The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Raider team competed in South Fork’s Raider Competition against 17 teams from 7 other schools. The competition consisted of five events: 3 mile team run, Cross Country Rescue, The Raider Fitness Challenge, 200lb tire flip over a 100 meter course, and the One-Rope Bridge event. Before the Cross…Details