Peggy Radtke’s eighth grade science classes at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition recently did an experiment where they constructed their own hot air balloons and then measured the amount of time that their balloons stayed in the air. Pictured, from left, are Mackenzie McMichael and Alexandra Velasco as they watch their balloon soar!
Calling all seventh graders! We want to know how you would make your city a better place. What would you do if you were mayor? Share your ideas on how you would make your city a better place. Follow the guidelines for the essay contest below, and submit your entry prior to the deadline. You…Details
MSE Blue Jay High School Seniors come back to the nest for a last visit! From left to right they are Julia Theiss, Syia Hill, Nicole Hernandez, Jessica Smith, Rachel Jones, and Maddie Sands. Syia, Nicole, Rachel, and Maddie were all in Ms. Williams-Johnson’s 5th grade class. Ricky Estrada joined them shortly after the picture.…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) Superintendent E. Wayne Gent accepted a rebate check from Florida Power and Light (FPL) in the amount of $97,440.00 during Tuesday’s School Board Meeting. The rebate resulted from the recent installation of a new Thermal Energy System (TES) at Lakewood Park Elementary. The District has had a long-standing commitment to…Details
Kudos to the St. Lucie Public Schools Human Resources Department, which has experienced another busy summer season providing excellent customer service for over 500 new hires including full-time, substitute, and summer school positions. Processing includes reviewing applications, scheduling drug screens, and completing finger printing for background screening as well as data entry of each newly…Details
Janet Winikoff from the Humane Society of Vero Beach & Indian River County speaks to seventh grade students at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition about sick and neglected animals and about the Humane Society. She did a PowerPoint presentation and answerd questions that students had about pets being neglected because of hard economical…Details
Bill Tomlinson and LaTanya Green came forward at the April School Board Meeting to recognize the humanitarian efforts of the many individuals from the SLPS’s Student Services and Guidance Department teams. Mr. Tomlinson explained that after the incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County on February 14, 2018, staff members graciously volunteered…Details
Aamar Black, Sarah Bartowiak, Annika Huhtamaki, Greyson Cripps, and other first graders at F.K. Sweet Elementary celebrated the 100th day of school by doing math activities with 100 items. Students practiced different ways to make 100, different ways to skip count to 100, and came up with 100 words that they learned this year.
St. Lucie Public Schools will continue to share information to support awareness of Hurricane Irma’s progression, provide updates to aid residents in preparedness, and contribute to the unification of messages disseminated from the emergency operations channels of St. Lucie County. Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 News Release #224-17 St. Lucie County 2300 Virginia…Details
Imagine what a school can do when collaboration becomes part of how things get done. On March 31, 2016, the Treasure Coast High School Visual and Performing Arts Department collaborated with Port St Lucie Botanical Gardens to host their annual art show. The TCHS Culinary Arts Academy provided tasty delicacies while patrons enjoyed Fine Art, Graphic…Details