The Bluebird Educational Foundation has provided many educational musical trainings and performances to students over the years. In the most recent years, they have started
At the November 18th School Board Meeting, Mr. Joseph Smith, St. Lucie County Clerk of Courts, presented the St. Lucie County Education Foundation a check
Kindergarten students at F.K.Sweet Magnet School invited their families to school for a Thanksgiving breakfast. The students sang songs, brought in food to share, and
Lakewood Park Elementary Principal Dianne Young had the honor to carve the first turkey for the students’ lunch while E’mon Thomas-Yasmin got to taste the
Morningside Elementary celebrated Thanksgiving by giving to others. Students brought in food and decorated boxes to send home to our wonderful Grace Packs families. Our
Maria Gerardi was the winner of this year’s PTO Turkey Feathers contest! Students bought turkey feathers for their favorite teacher and the teacher with the
The Kindergarten students at White City Elementary School read books and learned about Native American Indians while studying a unit on People and Events of Now and Long
Parents, Grandparents and friends of third, fourth and fifth grade students at Morningside Elementary gathered on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 to celebrate Principal’s honor roll
Bayshore Elementary second grade classes are combining English Language Arts and Social Studies standards to research, write about, and compare the cultures of Native American
Superintendent of Schools, Genelle Yost, and Executive Director of Schools, Pam Dampier, visit Mariposa just in time to join the Heroes Breakfast! Heroes Breakfast is
Students at Floresta Elementary participated in a vocabulary parade showcasing their knowledge of vocabulary words they have read. The whole school paraded down the halls
Allapattah Flats’ eighth grade students recently went on a tour of IRSC. They were able to speak to advisors, college professors, and even were given
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition’s first grade students participated in Vocabulary Day. These proficient pupils transformed into vocabulary words for an audience of
Lakewood Park Elementary Family Character Literacy Night Event was a big success. During the evening event students dressed as their favorite storybook character. There were
Southern Oaks Middle School student council members help with collecting food brought in by students and staff for Bill Brooks Food For Families. Pictured are:
Our S.A.G.E. Academy at SLWK-8 (1st through 8th grade advanced/gifted students) participated in a community project to help senior citizens have a brighter holiday season.
In our Mariposa Elementary School’s N.E.E.D. group, “We learned about solar energy and went to teach kindergarten. We passed out solar beads and asked them
Today was Pirate Day at Rivers Edge! The Kindergarten students and teachers dressed up like pirates to make learning about maps and globes fully engaging.
The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Raider Team travelled to South Fork High School to compete in the Area III Raider meet state qualifier.
Our PBIS team had an ELA activity where students read to their buddy classes and a Sports day where students showed their skills and learned