Faculty and Staff of Sam Gaines Academy are proud to announce that 58 middle school students met eligibility qualifications for the National Junior Honor Society.
Lawnwood Elementary students are practicing “Metric Math Activities” by walking the campus and measuring everything in sight. This measuring exercise will culminate with a play
The kindergarteners of Frances K Sweet have yet again proved that they can truly perform the Greatest Show on Earth. Students were everything from clowns,
Child hunger is not just a health problem; it is an education problem as well. When a child is hungry they cannot focus on their
Over spring break, a group of seventeen French Club students and three teacher chaperones from Fort Pierce Central High School departed from Miami International en
2014 Statistics: 37 regional fairs held throughout the state representing 67 counties 890 students participated in the State Fair at Lakeland St Lucie County Results:
United Way of St. Lucie County’s Vice President of Development & Marketing, Monte Kosoff, announced at the April 8th School Board Meeting the winners of the
The largest employee giving awards were presented to Treasure Coast High School with a total of $1,920, Morningside Elementary with a total of $1,693, Northport
At the School Board Meeting on April 8, 2014 Monte Kosoff and Roxanne Wells of the United Way of St. Lucie County presented awards to
Ms. Denski’s along with Ms. Gaudreau’s Spanish and French classes had the opportunity to visit Vizcaya in Miami on March 21, 2014. The extraordinary estate
Student Assistance Program successfully providing evidence-based prevention curricula in St. Lucie County schools The Student Assistance Program (SAP), which is a free, in-school prevention program,
In support of World Autism Day acknowledged on April 2, a sea of school district employees arrived dressed in shades of blue to support the
Northport K-8 School 8th grade Mariner student, Albert Morgan will be attending a very special three day conference in Anaheim, California this month. Albert will
While many might have enjoyed a summer “get-away” at the end of the 2013 school year, Cindy Hill, Fran Casner, and colleagues in the school
St. Lucie West K8 fourth grade teacher Shannon Tango was surprised recently when representatives of an area radio station visited her class as part of
Captain Citrus, a program from the Florida Department of Citrus, came to Samuel Gaines Academy to speak with our second graders about Florida citrus. The
Students in Karen Madalena’s class at Samuel Gaines Academy participated in the recent St. Lucie County Special Olympics Track and Field event at Lawnwood Stadium.
Bayshore Elementary School held its third Annual Community Night recently, bringing together community groups, school staff, and families to learn about available resources. Families received valuable
The Northport K-8 School Media Center offered students an opportunity to showcase their multifaceted talents in a terrific Women’s History and Girl’s Empowerment Program recently.
Northport K-8 middle grades students participated in a writing contest themed, “What Does Being A Woman Really Mean?” Students from all across the spectrum of