Eighth grade Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition student Nicole Delano recently qualified for the State Science and Engineering Fair after her science project was one of five projects in middle school that was selected at the St. Lucie County Regional Science Fair. Nicole won first place in the category of zoology, and received an…Details
Fuel Up to Play 60 is off to a great start at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition. The school had more than 100 students participate in the “Got Milk” promotion where students made a mustache drinking milk. The Fuel Up to Play 60 program is created to encourage students to think, eat and play healthy…Details
Students in Lorrie Rudzinski’s second grade class at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition are on target with story structure skills. Pictured, from left, are Lia Mihajlovski, Kieren Brown and Kayla Harr as they created thinking maps, tree map style. Writing on the desks with dry erase markers sure increased the lesson’s engagement!
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition second grade students Hayden Tate, from left, Riley Holtzclaw and Matthew Tucker are learning about graphing. Students in Lorrie Rudzinski’s class did a science experiment with blubber. They estimated how long they could keep their hand in ice water with and without the blubber, graphing their results.
Second grade students at Palm Pointe were working on their summarizing skills this week. Students were allowed to select a grade appropriate book of their choice and were tasked with retelling the events by giving a thorough summary of the book. In addition to their summary, students used pumpkins to create a representation of one…Details
Recently, sixth graders from Michell Powers’ science class at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition shared their expertise to their second grade “science buddies” from Melissa Bonet’s class. Together, students explored density in a hands-on inquiry activity. Both groups of students enjoyed the experience. Pictured, from left, are second grader Bradley Holtzclaw, with sixth graders Pasquale Giallongo and…Details
Palm Pointe’s Junior Beta members attended the Florida State Beta Convention in Orlando this week. The National Beta Organization is a service based group that focuses on cultivating the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership, and service among students. This organization celebrates students who strive to become the leaders of tomorrow. Students competed in individual…Details
Palm Pointe 1st Graders held a “Read to Your Sweetheart” event on February 13th. Parents and families were invited to celebrate all of the reading accomplishments that their first graders have made. Boys and girls shared their love of reading with those that mean the most to them.
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition first grader, Bryan Quackenbos, honors custodians with a special treat to celebrate National Custodian Workers Day on October 2, 2014. Bryan and his family know that a clean, safe learning environment is an important part of an effective education, and Palm Pointe’s custodians always give their best effort…Details
Congratulations to Principal Perez and all of the Rockets from Palm Pointe Research School at Tradition. The Mayor and members of the Port St. Lucie City Council recognized the work of Palm Pointe for achieving an “A.”
Mrs. Perez accepted a Certificate of Appreciation from the Council on behalf of the school. Congratulations, Palm Pointe!