Parkway students had to have ‘patience’ as they participated in the spelling bee Friday, May 9th. Third place was won by Olivia Hagen , 2nd place by Fabian Liriano, and the champion- spelling the word ‘patience’- was Elexus McMillan.
Mariposa Elementary held its “Pastries for Parents”. Families came and enjoyed breakfast while shopping at our Book Fair. Shown in the picture is John Wright, Christopher Wright, Jackson Wright and Geneva Wright. They were some of the early birds at the event. Also during the book fair, we held an event which included help for…Details
Dr. Adolph Brown, Passionate Educator is pictured with Brandi Pagano, speech-language pathologist at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition. Dr. Brown, “The World’s Greatest Edu-tainer,” kicked off the school year right for all of St. Lucie Public Schools educators with an informative, awe inspired and energized presentation! Dr. Brown lives in Brandi’s hometown of Virginia…Details
Barnes & Noble of Jensen Beach chose the McKinney Vento Homeless program to be the recipient of the annual Holiday Book Drive this year. In-store customers have purchased over 3,000 new books so far to donate to the program. Every student enrolled in the program received a holiday gift bag that included two brand new…Details
Pete Tesch and Jill Marasa from Economic Development Council (EDC), Rich Kolleda from Workforce Readiness Taskforce (WRT), and Brian Bauer from CareerSource Research Coast thanked the School Board for supporting this summer’s Boot Camps and acknowledged the positive partnership that they have with SLPS. Ready to Work Boot Camps were established at the request of…Details
The Boys and Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County support a myriad of activities and programs in our county including meal programs and before / after school programs. If you are interested in learning more or finding out how the Boys and Girls Clubs can support students at your school, please call Maygan Johnson at…Details
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 most feathers was honored to wear our turkey costume. Mrs. Gerardi had 124 feathers bought in her name. She is seen here with Miss Jean offering her some stuffing.
Students at Parkway Elementary got to sample Sweet Potato Fries on Thursday during lunch. Students learned where sweet potatoes are grown, how fries are made from them, and the surprising health benefits they provide!
The Parkway Pirates had a great time as they enjoyed the games during Field Days!
Parkway fourth grader, Dayna Contreras, designed and created necklaces to sell at the Harvest Dance to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. Dayna, with her teacher and Relay for Life Team Captain, Laurie Farr, sold the beautiful designs to dance attendees.