Lt. Izzo, Sheriff Mascara and Sgt Dobler join the Parkway staff to welcome students at their Tunnel of Hope.
Students in Rosanna Oswiecinski’s kindergarten class at Parkway Elementary had a special visitor during Literacy Week. Lance Corporal Kyle Lancaster of the U.S. Marines stationed in 29 Palms, California, returned from Afghanistan about a month ago. Students enjoyed Lance Corporal’s reading of “The American Flag” by Patricia Ryan Quirt. Afterward, students wrote about why they…Details
The Parkway Elementary School community enjoyed a remarkable Black History Program that included poems, skits and songs that reflected the contributions of African Americans to society. The program was capped with Dr. Owen Roberts delivering a motivating presentation that encouraged Parkway students to “keep your goal in sight” by overcoming obstacles of misbehavior, skipping school,…Details
A group of student musicians representing Parkway Elementary School, with music teacher Beth Torresson, regaled the audience at the March 11, 2014, St. Lucie County School Board meeting with vocals and instrumental entertainment. Members of the drum ensemble, which consists of 12 members, grades 3-5, who auditioned to be in the group, have been working…Details
Parkway Elementary School students pictured, from left, Charline Julien, Alexandria Lee and Jody Louis represented Parkway Elementary in the recent MLK Commemorative Committee Grand Parade with the theme, “The Vision Makes Their Future Bright!”
Mr. Hall and his children Vanessa, Delarno and Amelia are greeted by Mrs. Claus!
Twenty eight parents from Title I Schools have finished a Basic Computer class hosted by Ft. Pierce Magnet School of the Arts and Title I. Parents attended classes twice a week for four weeks to learn basic computer skills and learn to use Microsoft Word. The goal of the program is to help parents to…Details
Second graders in Lisa Green’s class at Mariposa Elementary School invited parents and family members in for an annual Multi-Cultural Feast. After students presented a reader’s theatre, recipes from across the globe were shared by all. It provided the unique experience of trying foods from other cultures without actually going anywhere! It was fantastic to see…Details
“A Walk to Remember” is a reflective celebration for Mrs. Nardi Routten’s students at F. K. Sweet Elementary.
Parents, students, and staff gather for this annual tribute to the students and their success journey.