Northport lower school students are collecting funds and skipping rope to help save lives. Northport physical education instructors have organized the event to encourage students and families to help the American Heart Association. Education is the key to service!
Mr. Terrance Barriner, teacher at Forest Grove Middle School, read the Juneteenth Resolution to the School Board on June 9, 2015. The 19th of June is the freedom forerunner to the 13th Amendment, which implemented freedom for all slaves in the United States, Juneteenth Independence Day completes the cycle of Independence Day Celebrations in America. The Juneteenth…Details
The Junior Beta Club members led by Ms. Hearl, a fourth grade teacher at Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition, brought in shoe boxes full of items for Operation Christmas Child. The boxes will be shipped to boys and girls around the world. The students are also collecting and donating toys for Toys for…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) and PNC Bank are united in a partnership to join with over 2 million others across the globe on October 19, 2017, to highlight the importance of literacy and Read for the Record. This is an annual campaign that includes classrooms, libraries, community centers, and homes in which children and…Details
CHOICE OPEN ENROLLMENT WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY (applies to in-zone and out-of-zone students) Kindergarten – 8th Grade: March 1 – 31 Open Enrollment and School Choice Questions and Answers If my children currently attend a school within my zone, has anything changed for them? No. The new law says my child can enroll in any school…Details
Third grade students at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition enjoyed a demonstration by the Pt. St. Lucie Police Department K-9 unit. Students made a connection by reading a Journeys story about a police officer and his K-9 dog.
On Thursday, January 17, students in the Law Academy at SLW Centennial High School learned about K9 Patrols and how K9s are used in law enforcement. The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office shared information on how the dogs are trained, handled, and used in law enforcement.
“Principal Baruti Kafele, my name is Tyler, and it’s important that you know my name.” These were the words of a Palm Pointe middle school student who echoed the heart of the guest speaker’s message to students while shaking hands with the larger-than-life Kafele. According to on-looker Principal Kathy Perez, the 12-year-old heeded the powerful…Details