Hispanic Heritage Contests and Awards

Hispanic Heritage Contests and Awards

In recognition of the role of Hispanic-Americans in shaping Florida today, students and educators are invited to participate in opportunities that will help enhance appreciation for those who contributed to Florida’s rich history and are helping to mold its bright future.

The deadline for all submissions is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 12, 2017.

Please review the promotional materials below.  For more information about Florida’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration and contests, visit www.FloridaHispanicHeritage.com.

 

 

Hispanic Heritage Celebration – Tapia Honored

Hispanic Heritage Celebration – Tapia Honored

The Division  of Minority Affairs at Indian River State College recognized Mrs. Linda Tapia, Migrant Recruiter for St. Lucie Public Schools, for her extraordinary service and dedication to the Hispanic community and her profession. The presentation was made during the 2016 National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration “Honoring Our Heritage, Building Our Future.”

 

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month

In September 1968, Congress authorized President Lyndon B. Johnson to proclaim National Hispanic Heritage Week. The observance was expanded in 1988 to a month-long celebration (Sept. 15 – Oct. 15). America celebrates the culture and traditions of U.S. residents who trace their roots to Spain, Mexico and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean. Sept. 15 was chosen as the starting point for the celebration because it is the anniversary of independence of five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days on Sept. 16 and Sept. 18, respectively.

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Hispanic Festival Fundraiser

Hispanic Festival Fundraiser

Educators coming together to help educators is the underlying theme of this year’s annual West Gate K8 Hispanic Heritage Festival and Fundraiser scheduled for Saturday, November 18th on the school’s campus located at 1050 NW Cashmere Blvd. in Port Saint Lucie.  Community members are invited to enjoy music, games, live performances, and a variety of food from 1PM to 5PM.

Many schools in Puerto Rico were left in ruins as a result of the devastating winds and rain from Hurricane Maria.  Event organizer, Assistant Principal Esther Muniz-Guzman, explained that donated items such as paper, pencils, glue sticks, and other school supplies will be collected during the Festival.  “All proceeds from this event will go to the restoration of schools in Puerto Rico,” she said.  “We also accept monetary donations. No gift is too small.”

West Gate’s planning team is dedicated to making this year’s Festival one of the largest in the school’s 5-year history of annual Hispanic Celebrations.  Spurred by personal connections to those who have been impacted by losses resulting from recent weather events and by a deep passion to help others, the committee has already secured special performances by Hispanic recording artist Chamoco Rivera before he embarks upon his European tour, championship wrestling entertainment and autograph sessions, 20th Street Jazz Band, Sheriff’s Department canine demonstrations, and staging by the SLC Fire Department.  In addition, event attendees will also enjoy bounce houses, Fort Pierce Central and West Gate bands, face painting, food vendors, and much more.  This festival promises to be fun for the whole family while beneficial to those in need.

For questions or information about how to be a vendor, call Esther Muniz-Guzman at 772-807-7605.

 

 

Hiring Event

Hiring Event

Opportunities abound in St. Lucie Public Schools, named one of St. Lucie County’s Best Places to Work. The Child Nutrition Services Department will host a hiring event on July 10 at Fort Pierce Central High School.

Hilson Delivers Moving Message

Hilson Delivers Moving Message

During a recent Speakers Bureau Engagement, students at PACE Center for Girls were fortunate to hear encouraging words of School Board Member Carolyn Hilson. She empowered the girls to not let the adversity they have encountered hold them hostage as a victim and instead be a VICTOR. Our young ladies were moved by her words and are moving forward with a positive outlook on life.

Thank you, Ms. Hilson, for your words of encouragement.

Hill Speaks to Class of 2020

Hill Speaks to Class of 2020

Fort Pierce Westwood’s Class of 2020 was introduced to Dr. Michael J. Hill as part of the Speakers Bureau Series. He is currently a pastor at Prophetic Praise Ministries in Fort Pierce, Florida. His message was simple and to the point.

We all have decisions to make, and for the most part, we make good decisions. What’s really important in life is when we have to make the right choice or an important decision that may be deemed as unpopular by our social clique.  We ask ourselves, Do we have the fortitude to choose wisely?

Dr. Hill held the students captive as he reminisced about his trials and tribulations as a youth and his dealings with law enforcement. Dr. Hill continued by adding how one bad decision can lead to greater misfortune and how we overcome life’s challenges by making better decisions that can lead to a better quality of life. His final comments were on the importance of education and how we must use this as our primary vehicle to escape poverty. He made it a point to stress that academics, attendance, and graduation rates are major indicators of our future success.

 

High Tech Design

High Tech Design

Port St. Lucie High students explored Florida Polytechnic University’s STEM Integration labs.  Hosted by Dr. Ryan Integlia, John Picchiarini and Chris Medley’s students participated in demonstrations with wearable electronics, Arts and STEM integration, optoelectronics, supervised machine learning, artificial intelligence, and renewable energy just to name some of experiences!

The visit is the first step in this year’s collaboration project between Port St. Lucie High Technical Design students and Florida Polytechnic University students.

Look for more to come!

High Success Rate

High Success Rate

Students at West Gate K-8 participated in SPARK testing to determine their level of digital literacy.  The focus of the analysis was on three major areas including: 1) Computing Fundamentals, 2) Key Applications, and 3) Living Online.

One hundred two students received certifications for global digital literacy during this initial phase of assessment — that’s a success rate of over 80%!  Ongoing support will be provided to enhance skills for other students as well.

WGK8 is proud of its students for setting the standard for technology success.

Pictured L- R: Daniella Prengel, Spence Wagner, David Jackson, and Hannah Bono

High Schools Recognized for Excellence

High Schools Recognized for Excellence

During February’s School Board Meeting, Superintendent E. Wayne Gent provided an overview of the school district’s graduation rates and commended each of the area’s high schools for their gains.

St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) ranks fifth in Florida and proudly serves as the highest-ranking District on the Treasure Coast with a graduation rate of 91.0 percent.  As a B rated District, there are no failing schools.

LPA Grad Rate 99.6%

TCHS Grad Rate 97.3%

FPCHS Grad Rate 95.5%

SLWCHS 93.2%

PSLHS 89.8%

FPWHS 89.8%

MDA – 87.4%

 

DCC – District Grad Rate 90.1%

PBPA –  District Grad Rate 90.1%

High Schools Compete for Top Honors at This Year’s Academic Challenge

High Schools Compete for Top Honors at This Year’s Academic Challenge

ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL — In a competitive academic competition, local high school teams competed for top honors and individual team members vied for a seat on the prestigious Team St. Lucie – an elite six-member team representing the School District at the 34th Annual Commissioners Academic Challenge scheduled for April 11-13, 2019, at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn. Lincoln Park Academy, coached by Paige McMahon, won first place in this year’s local competition.

 

Maria Battaglino Hernandez (Lincoln Park Academy), Ryan Lu (Treasure Coast High School), Alan Senkus (St. Lucie West Centennial), Madeleine Sosa (Lincoln Park Academy), Callie Zheng (Lincoln Park Academy), and Matthew Zoll (Fort Pierce Westwood) accumulated an impressive number of individual points in this year’s tournament to secure a seat on Team St. Lucie.  Paige McMahon will serve as coach for the team.

 

Teams from across Florida gather for this state-wide tournament in which challenging questions are posed to players in the areas of language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, the fine arts, world languages (French and Spanish) physical education, health, and technology. As with the local competition, players are competing for their team’s top score as well as their individual score which could land them on Florida’s team for the national competition.

 

About St. Lucie Public Schools

St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) proudly serves students with a graduation rate of 91.8 percent.  As a B rated District, there are no failing schools, and SLPS ranks among the top one-third of Florida’s districts for student achievement. The District also has the distinction of being recognized as one of St. Lucie County’s Best Places to Work.  The mission of SLPS is to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools equipped with the knowledge, skills and desire to succeed. Connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, or visit http://www.stlucieschools.org.

 

 

St. Lucie Public School Academic Team: (Left to Right) Ryan Lu, Matthew Zoll, Alan Senkus, Callie Zheng, Madeleine Sosa, Maria Battaglino Hernandez, and Team Coach Paige McMahon

 

High Schools Compete for Top Honors at This Year’s Academic Challenge

High Schools Compete for Top Honors at This Year’s Academic Challenge

In a competitive academic competition, local high school teams competed for top honors and individual team members vied for a seat on the prestigious Team St. Lucie – an elite six-member team representing the School District at the 34th Annual Commissioners Academic Challenge scheduled for April 11-13, 2019, at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn. Lincoln Park Academy, coached by Paige McMahon, won first place in this year’s local competition.

 

Maria Battaglino Hernandez (Lincoln Park Academy), Ryan Lu (Treasure Coast High School), Alan Senkus (St. Lucie West Centennial), Madeleine Sosa (Lincoln Park Academy), Callie Zheng (Lincoln Park Academy), and Matthew Zoll (Fort Pierce Westwood) accumulated an impressive number of individual points in this year’s tournament to secure seats on Team St. Lucie.  Paige McMahon will serve as coach for the team.

 

Teams from across Florida gather for this state-wide tournament in which challenging questions are posed to players in the areas of language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, the fine arts, world languages (French and Spanish) physical education, health, and technology. As with the local competition, players are competing for their team’s top score as well as their individual score which could land them on Florida’s team for the national competition.

 

About St. Lucie Public Schools

St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) proudly serves students with a graduation rate of 91.8 percent.  As a B rated District, there are no failing schools, and SLPS ranks among the top one-third of Florida’s districts for student achievement. The District also has the distinction of being recognized as one of St. Lucie County’s Best Places to Work.  The mission of SLPS is to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools equipped with the knowledge, skills and desire to succeed. Connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, or visit http://www.stlucieschools.org.

 

Fort Pierce Central High School

Coach: Rob Sullivan

 

Fort Pierce Westwood High School

Coach: Dr. Allen Rupert

 

Lincoln Park Academy

Coach: Paige McMahon

 

Port St. Lucie High School

Coach: Samuel Villari

 

St. Lucie West Centennial High School

Coach: William Britton

 

Treasure Coast High School

Coach: Stephen Maxwell

 

High School Junior Is Two-Time Congressional Medal Recipient

High School Junior Is Two-Time Congressional Medal Recipient

St. Lucie Public Schools’ (SLPS) junior Christine Bourgoin of Mosaic Digital Academy was presented a Silver Congressional Award on April 1 at a ceremony hosted by Congressman Brian Mast.  Bourgoin is a two-time medal recipient.  Last year, she was among elite young Floridians from the Treasure Coast honored with a bronze medal for volunteerism, leadership, and personal development.

 

According to Jeanne Ziemba, principal of Mosaic Digital Academy, “Christine is extremely goal oriented and is a champion for community service.  I fully expect to see her here again next year as a senior going for Gold.” A log of her hours reflects that Bourgoin volunteered over 200 hours including an investment of 100 Personal Development hours, 100 Personal Fitness hours, and a 3-day, 2-night leadership expedition.

 

Since its inception in 1979, the Congressional Award has recognized youth across the nation who have recorded over 3.5 million hours of service to their community.  This prestigious award promotes initiative, service, and achievement with a goal of establishing a positive foundation for the upcoming generation of leaders.

 

High School Junior Is Two-Time Congressional Medal Recipient

High School Junior Is Two-Time Congressional Medal Recipient

ST. LUCIE COUNTY – St. Lucie Public Schools’ (SLPS) junior Christine Bourgoin of Mosaic Digital Academy was presented a Silver Congressional Award on April 1 at a ceremony hosted by Congressman Brian Mast.  Bourgoin is a two-time medal recipient.  Last year, she was among elite young Floridians from the Treasure Coast honored with a bronze medal for volunteerism, leadership, and personal development.

 

According to Jeanne Ziemba, principal of Mosaic Digital Academy, “Christine is extremely goal oriented and is a champion for community service.  I fully expect to see her here again next year as a senior going for Gold.” A log of her hours reflects that Bourgoin volunteered over 200 hours including an investment of 100 Personal Development hours, 100 Personal Fitness hours, and a 3-day, 2-night leadership expedition.

 

Since its inception in 1979, the Congressional Award has recognized youth across the nation who have recorded over 3.5 million hours of service to their community.  This prestigious award promotes initiative, service, and achievement with a goal of establishing a positive foundation for the upcoming generation of leaders.

 

About St. Lucie Public Schools

The mission of St. Lucie Public Schools is to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools equipped with the knowledge, skills and desire to succeed. For more information visit, www.stlucieschools.org  or contact Kerry Padrick at kerry.padrick@stlucieschools.org.

High School Grades – Press Release

Today the FLDOE released high school graduation rates and high school grades. Five of the six SLPS high schools increased their graduation rates, with LPA experiencing a slight drop to 93%. The rates were as follows:

School 2014 Graduation Rate 2013 Graduation Rate Change
LPA 93 97 -4
FPC 83 81 +2
FPW 67 55 +12
PSL 74 69 +5
SLWC 77 76 +1
TCHS 80 74 +6

Superintendent Genelle Yost stated, ” The four year graduation rate is one of the true measures of high school performance, indeed district performance, and our substantial increases reflect the hard work of our students and our staff. While we know we will not be satisfied until the graduation rate is 100%, we have evidence to prove that we are moving in the right direction.”

In 2014 the FLDOE dramatically increased the points required to achieve an A or a B in the school grading calculation. State Education Commissioner Pam Stewart announced this morning that there was a 13% drop in the number of A rated schools state wide and a 5% drop in the number of B schools due to these changes.  Three St. Lucie high school grades were impacted by the change in the scales. The grades issued to St. Lucie Schools were as follows:

School 2014 Grade 2013 Grade Impacted by Change in Grading Scale 2014 Grade Had Scale Not Changed
LPA A A No A
FPC B A Yes A
FPW D D No D
PSL C C No C
SLWC C B Yes B
TCHS B B Yes A
Mosaic D F No D

Even though each of our schools showed measurable improvements in many tested areas, not all of the letter grades reflect that high performance.

  • Lincoln Park Academy continued its rich tradition of academic excellence earning 1316 points total, and another grade of A.
  • Fort Pierce Central and Treasure Coast each scored enough points to earn an A on last year’s scale, but under the new scale were assigned a B.
  • St. Lucie West Centennial was also impacted by the change in grading levels as it earned enough points for a B on last year’s scale, but on this year’s scale was awarded a C.
  • Mosaic, the district’s virtual school, increased one letter from 2013.

Yost added, ” It is unfortunate that the state changed the rules of the game again. Under last year’s scale half of our high schools would be A’s, but with the change, only one is. Our schools showed increases in almost every tested area, yet the single letter grade does not reflect that.”

High Impact Teachers Recognized by Florida Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart

High Impact Teachers Recognized by Florida Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart

ST. LUCIE COUNTY – St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) principals and select teachers received congratulatory notices from Florida Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart celebrating High Impact Teachers’ positive influence on student performance.  The identified teachers are recognized as having the highest impact in the entire state based upon a recent analysis of student performance on statewide standardized assessments.

 

In the communication from Stewart, she thanked teachers for their leadership and hard work in supporting student learning as well as their commitment to preparing Florida’s students for success in college, career and life.

 

Superintendent E. Wayne Gent along with members of the School Board join in congratulating the following SLPS High Impact Teachers:

  1. Albers, Jill
  2. Andrews, Shaina
  3. Ankrom, Ashley
  4. Avilla, Kelly
  5. Bailey, Sharon
  6. Baker-Decambre, Jeann
  7. Beckett, Kathy
  8. Beland, Brittany
  9. Bove, Timothy
  10. Brolmann, Holly
  11. Campbell, Joann
  12. Carey, Nicholas
  13. Ciccarelli, Catherine
  14. Clasby, Jilian
  15. Clements, Nicholas
  16. Cole, Michelle
  17. Collins, Carolyn
  18. Coons, Kim
  19. Cooper, John
  20. Cox, Donald
  21. Cunningham, Amber
  22. Davenport, Gretchan
  23. Davis, Ocella
  24. Davis, Todd
  25. Diaz, Judith
  26. Eltman, Kimbalee
  27. Farr, Laurie
  28. Feheley, Michael
  29. Flesche, Sarah
  30. Forbes, Kathryn
  31. Ford, Christine
  32. Garcia, Dolores
  33. Garcia, Sue Ann
  34. Garcia, Yanet
  35. Gaskin, Stephanie
  36. Gomez, Natalia
  37. Hamel, Kimberly
  38. Hamilton, Lisa
  39. Hartman, Jayne
  40. Haynes, Lawrence
  41. Hochberg, Dana
  42. Hotchkiss, Katherine
  43. Jessie, Tonia
  44. Justice, Laura
  45. Keany, Michael
  46. Kellerman-Powell, Adam
  47. Keys, Carey
  48. Kindred, Mary
  49. King, Maggie
  50. Larson, Rebecca
  51. Lasasso, Nichole
  52. Lermond, Tracy
  53. Lewis, Daria
  54. Lezynski, Cathleen
  55. Logue, Andrea
  56. Madorma, Sherree
  57. Martin, Kia
  58. Maxwell, Karen
  59. May, Michelle
  60. Mccain, Nicole
  61. Mccrory, Laurie
  62. Mcqueen, Actavis
  63. Mednick, Stephanie
  64. Merritt, Melissa
  65. Ochacher, Marc
  66. Nelson, Jennifer
  67. Perez, Gloria
  68. Perez-Martinez, Marybell
  69. Peschio, Denise
  70. Peterson, Julia
  71. Phillips, Elizabeth
  72. Plakalliu, Albana
  73. Polascak, William
  74. Porter, Melissa
  75. Portillo, Wendy
  76. Procko, Erin
  77. Redding, Amy
  78. Richter, Sarah
  79. Rodriguez, Cynthia
  80. Rudzinski, Lorri
  81. Ryan, Laura
  82. Santeramo, Victoria
  83. Saunders, Kathleen
  84. Savela, Cynthia
  85. Schremmer, Deborah
  86. Scott, Karen
  87. Seay, Paulette
  88. Small, Brandy
  89. Smith, Kathy
  90. Snure, Amanda
  91. Southerly, Sandra
  92. Spagnuolo, Nicholas
  93. Stetz, Jenna
  94. Taylor, Lisa
  95. Teixeira, Donna
  96. Torres, Cynthia
  97. Trabal, Roslyn
  98. Van Allen, Paula
  99. White, Kathy
  100. Wick, Jennifer
  101. Wilson, Lauren
  102. Woods, Courtney
  103. Woods, Jenna
  104. Wright, Kristopher
  105. Young, Margee

About St. Lucie Public Schools

The mission of St. Lucie Public Schools is to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools equipped with the knowledge, skills and desire to succeed. For more information visit, www.stlucieschools.org  or contact Kerry Padrick at kerry.padrick@stlucieschools.org.

 

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High Impact Teachers Recognized by Florida Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart

High Impact Teachers Recognized by Florida Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart

St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) principals and select teachers received congratulatory notices from Florida Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart celebrating High Impact Teachers’ positive influence on student performance.  The identified teachers are recognized as having the highest impact in the entire state based upon a recent analysis of student performance on statewide standardized assessments.

In the communication from Stewart, she thanked teachers for their leadership and hard work in supporting student learning as well as their commitment to preparing Florida’s students for success in college, career and life.

Superintendent E. Wayne Gent along with members of the School Board join in congratulating the following SLPS High Impact Teachers:

  1. Albers, Jill
  2. Andrews, Shaina
  3. Ankrom, Ashley
  4. Avilla, Kelly
  5. Bailey, Sharon
  6. Baker-Decambre, Jeann
  7. Beckett, Kathy
  8. Beland, Brittany
  9. Bove, Timothy
  10. Brolmann, Holly
  11. Campbell, Joann
  12. Carey, Nicholas
  13. Ciccarelli, Catherine
  14. Clasby, Jilian
  15. Clements, Nicholas
  16. Cole, Michelle
  17. Collins, Carolyn
  18. Coons, Kim
  19. Cooper, John
  20. Cox, Donald
  21. Cunningham, Amber
  22. Davenport, Gretchan
  23. Davis, Ocella
  24. Davis, Todd
  25. Diaz, Judith
  26. Eltman, Kimbalee
  27. Farr, Laurie
  28. Feheley, Michael
  29. Flesche, Sarah
  30. Forbes, Kathryn
  31. Ford, Christine
  32. Garcia, Dolores
  33. Garcia, Sue Ann
  34. Garcia, Yanet
  35. Gaskin, Stephanie
  36. Gomez, Natalia
  37. Hamel, Kimberly
  38. Hamilton, Lisa
  39. Hartman, Jayne
  40. Haynes, Lawrence
  41. Hochberg, Dana
  42. Hotchkiss, Katherine
  43. Jessie, Tonia
  44. Justice, Laura
  45. Keany, Michael
  46. Kellerman-Powell, Adam
  47. Keys, Carey
  48. Kindred, Mary
  49. King, Maggie
  50. Larson, Rebecca
  51. Lasasso, Nichole
  52. Lermond, Tracy
  53. Lewis, Daria
  54. Lezynski, Cathleen
  55. Logue, Andrea
  56. Madorma, Sherree
  57. Martin, Kia
  58. Maxwell, Karen
  59. May, Michelle
  60. Mccain, Nicole
  61. Mccrory, Laurie
  62. Mcqueen, Actavis
  63. Mednick, Stephanie
  64. Merritt, Melissa
  65. Ochacher, Marc
  66. Nelson, Jennifer
  67. Perez, Gloria
  68. Perez-Martinez, Marybell
  69. Peschio, Denise
  70. Peterson, Julia
  71. Phillips, Elizabeth
  72. Plakalliu, Albana
  73. Polascak, William
  74. Porter, Melissa
  75. Portillo, Wendy
  76. Procko, Erin
  77. Redding, Amy
  78. Richter, Sarah
  79. Rodriguez, Cynthia
  80. Rudzinski, Lorri
  81. Ryan, Laura
  82. Santeramo, Victoria
  83. Saunders, Kathleen
  84. Savela, Cynthia
  85. Schremmer, Deborah
  86. Scott, Karen
  87. Seay, Paulette
  88. Small, Brandy
  89. Smith, Kathy
  90. Snure, Amanda
  91. Southerly, Sandra
  92. Spagnuolo, Nicholas
  93. Stetz, Jenna
  94. Taylor, Lisa
  95. Teixeira, Donna
  96. Torres, Cynthia
  97. Trabal, Roslyn
  98. Van Allen, Paula
  99. White, Kathy
  100. Wick, Jennifer
  101. Wilson, Lauren
  102. Woods, Courtney
  103. Woods, Jenna
  104. Wright, Kristopher
  105. Young, Margee
High Energy Motivation

High Energy Motivation

Award-winning teacher, author, and speaker Ron Clark engaged new STEM and Arts magnet school staffs during his dynamic and interactive kick-off presentation at the Creative Arts Academy of St. Lucie (CAST).   Faculty and staff from CAST, Samuel S. Gaines Academy of Emerging Technologies, and Fort Pierce Westwood High School gathered for Clark’s message and held on for the roller-coaster of content that inspired the expectation and belief that all students will achieve!

St. Lucie Public Schools sends a huge thank you to Logo Education – event sponsor.

 

 

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