School District Staff Invited to Present at National Math Expo

ST. LUCIE COUNTY – The National Council for Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) conference will boast a slate of St. Lucie Public School teachers as speakers.  Instructional support specialists Liz Pruitt, Jason Bragg, and Chris Worley have been invited to present at the 2016 NCTM Annual Meeting and Exposition in San Francisco, California.  Superintendent E. Wayne Gent commented on the fact that this is yet another testament to the rich talent we have in our school district to support quality instruction for our students.

The team will present to teachers from across the United States on “Leveraging the Standards of Mathematical Practices (SMPs) through Reciprocal Teaching.”   According to Liz Pruitt, mathematics curriculum lead teacher for the District and lead speaker, “This is an exciting topic. Reading strategies in math are not uncommon, but we are going to dive deep into reciprocal teaching methods that will serve as additional supports to increase student thinking in the math classroom. We will focus on how instructors can create student-led discussion groups that seamlessly embed the SMPs into the four strategies common to reciprocal teaching.”  She explained that the strategies include summarizing, questioning, clarifying, and predicting.

Mathematics professional educators flock to this conference annually.  This year’s event anticipates a capacity crowd of 9,000.  In addition to the quality breakout sessions, professional educators have the important opportunity to collaborate, extend their network of colleagues, and stay abreast of high impact instructional practices.

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 St. Lucie Public Schools’ website www.stlucieschools.org ; Facebook www.facebook.com/stlucieschools; Twitter@StLucieSchools; or contact Kerry Padrick at kerry.padrick@stlucieschools.org.

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School district supports tobacco free activities

School district supports tobacco free activities

Employees of the St. Lucie County School District joined over 1,400 sites nationwide March 19, 2014, to recognize Kick Butts Day, a national day of activism that empowers youth to stand out, speak up and seize control against Big Tobacco. Teachers, youth leaders and health advocates organized events around the country and the world to raise awareness of the problem of tobacco use, encourage youth to reject the tobacco industry’s deceptive marketing and stay tobacco-free, and urge elected officials to take action to protect kids from tobacco. Kick Butts Day is organized nationally by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and sponsored by the United Health Foundation. The school district wellness department organized the activities in school district. Activities were planned at several school sites, and pictured are some of the staff at the district offices displaying their tee shirts, which were donated by the county health department to help promote the school district officially going “tobacco free” last year.

School Grades Spike and the District Grade Increases

School Grades Spike and the District Grade Increases

Twenty-one schools, more than half of St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS), saw an increase in school grades and the District grade jumped to a B — the second highest District on the Treasure Coast in total points earned according to reports released by the Florida Department of Education.  “The data continues telling a positive story about the academic growth taking place in our classrooms across the District,” said Superintendent E. Wayne Gent.  “Our teachers, our administrators, our support staff, our bus drivers — everyone, absolutely everyone is putting forth the effort to support our children to make a positive difference in their lives.”

The school grades reflect the upward state assessment trends, student learning gains, and climbing graduation rates for SLPS.  C.A. Moore Elementary and Mariposa Elementary both shot up two letter grades, and no school is rated as a failing school.  Fairlawn Elementary, Lincoln Park Academy, West Gate K-8, and Mosaic Upper School received an A with seventeen schools identified in the report as B-rated. Area high schools continue their climb as well with three high schools growing from C’s to B’s (Port St. Lucie High School, St. Lucie West Centennial High School, and Treasure Coast High School).

“We celebrate these successes, but by no means have we plateaued.  We have high expectations for all students, and we will continue supporting them to be their very best.”  Gent added that principals are working with their school teams to provide for the individual needs of students and maximize collaborative planning opportunities for teachers.”

For more information about school grades, visit http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org/.

 

School Grades Spike and the District Grade Increases

School Grades Spike and the District Grade Increases

ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Twenty-one schools, more than half of St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS), saw an increase in school grades and the District grade jumped to a B — the second highest District on the Treasure Coast in total points earned according to reports released by the Florida Department of Education.   “The data continues telling a positive story about the academic growth taking place in our classrooms across the District,” said Superintendent E. Wayne Gent.  “Our teachers, our administrators, our support staff, our bus drivers — everyone, absolutely everyone is putting forth the effort to support our children to make a positive difference in their lives.”

The school grades reflect the upward state assessment trends, student learning gains, and climbing graduation rates for SLPS.  C.A. Moore Elementary and Mariposa Elementary both shot up two letter grades, and no school is rated as a failing school.  Fairlawn Elementary, Lincoln Park Academy, West Gate K-8, and Mosaic Upper School received an A with seventeen schools identified in the report as B-rated. Area high schools continue their climb as well with three high schools growing from C’s to B’s (Port St. Lucie High School, St. Lucie West Centennial High School, and Treasure Coast High School).

“We celebrate these successes, but by no means have we plateaued.  We have high expectations for all students, and we will continue supporting them to be their very best.”  Gent added that principals are working with their school teams to provide for the individual needs of students and maximize collaborative planning opportunities for teachers.”

For more information about school grades, visit http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org/.

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.

School Grown Vegetables at Weatherbee

School Grown Vegetables at Weatherbee

Ms. Whitney Lerman and her kindergarten students are teaming up with Mrs. Andrea Pierson, Cafeteria Manager, to grow and serve ‘school grown’ vegetables on the cafeteria line at Weatherbee.  The veggies shown will be transformed into coleslaw and salad and served in our cafeteria for lunch!

 

School Improvement Day at FPMSA

School Improvement Day at FPMSA

Ft. Pierce Magnet School of the Arts received many helping hands for a campus clean-up project on Friday (3/19) and Monday (3/21).  Superintendent E. Wayne Gent led the volunteers along with teams from Custodial Services, Grounds, Maintenance, and District Office.  Everyone rolled up their sleeves to pressure clean, paint, and landscape the historic school building and grounds.

School Improvement is Everybody’s Business

School Improvement is Everybody’s Business

ST. LUCIE COUNTY — From accelerated academic achievement to enhancements of school facilities, St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) team members and partner in education The Morganti Group, Inc., roll up their sleeves and become part of the solution. Such was the case at the recent Fort Pierce Magnet School of the Arts (FPMSA) Improvement Day. SLPS team members from the school, custodial services, grounds and maintenance, and district office joined efforts with volunteers from Morganti to support the school’s need for fresh paint, new landscaping, and pressure cleaning.

Superintendent E. Wayne Gent led the charge to solicit volunteers saying, “We all have a responsibility to ensure that our teaching and learning environments are welcoming to our students, staff, and community.” FPMSA Principal Jackie Lynch was most appreciative of the support. “On behalf of my staff and students, I thank all of the volunteers who gave of their time for our sake. This campus is a beautiful historic landmark in our community, and we appreciate the extra TLC,” said Lynch.

Gent indicated that more improvement days are planned as a way to accelerate refreshing campuses across the district in spite of lean budgets.

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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SLPS Superintendent E. Wayne Gent paints during Fort Pierce Magnet School of the Arts Campus Improvement Day.

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School Meals

School Meals

Tips for Parents

Students will return to school on Monday, August 14th.  There are many things you can do in advance to prepare for the first day of school including addressing nutritional needs.

Parents are encouraged to make payments online through their Family Access Account (Available August 1).

This will allow your child to maximize his or her time for eating a meal. If you believe your household qualifies for a meal benefit please complete a meal application. To help students develop/maintain a healthy lifestyle, the Child Nutrition Services Program offers sessions to students throughout the school day.

 

School Meals

School Meals

Parents are encouraged to make payments online through their Family Access Account. This will allow your child to maximize his or her time for eating a meal. If you believe your household qualifies for a meal benefit please complete a meal application. To help students develop/maintain a healthy lifestyle, the Child Nutrition Services Program offers sessions to students throughout the school day.
https://www.stlucie.k12.fl.us/dep…/child-nutrition-services/

 

 

 

School music programs recognized at school board meeting

School music programs recognized at school board meeting

March 2012 was designated as Music In Our Schools Month at the March 13, 2012 St. Lucie County School Board meeting. Assistant Superintendent Dr. Kevin Perry introduced retired music education and former district Teacher of the Year Mr. Earl Little, who read the proclamation to the school board for their approval. Pictured, from left, are music directors Shirley Lyons of Northport K8 School, Dorothy Costello of St. Lucie West Centennial High School, Christine Hill of Palm Pointe Education Research School at Tradition, School Board Chairman Carol Hilson, and music director Dr. Rhonda Jones of Dan McCarty School. Back row, from left, are Dr. Kevin Perry, Superintendent Michael Lannon and Earl Little.

School psychologists recognized by school board

School psychologists recognized by school board

The St. Lucie County School Board recognized the week of November 11 – 15, 2013, as National School Psychology Week at their meeting November 12. The proclamation noted that school psychologists are trained to assess student and school-based barriers to learning, as well as individual strengths, utilize data-based decision-making, implement research-drive prevention and intervention strategies, evaluate outcomes and improve accountability. The school board and superintendent acknowledged that the community should recognize the vital role school psychologists play in the personal and academic development of children. Pictured, from left, are School Board chairman Debbie Hawley, school psychologists Ruth Anne Loepp and Terri Dottin, Superintendent Genelle Yost, and Student Services Director Barbara Casteen.

School Relate Employee of the Year Finalists Announced

School Relate Employee of the Year Finalists Announced

 

For Immediate Release

December 2, 2019

Contact: Lydia Martin

Lydia.Martin@stlucieschools.org

Phone: 772-429-5544

 

School Relate Employee of the Year Finalists Announced

 

ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL – Superintendent E. Wayne Gent accompanied by members of the School Board, Education Foundation, and others paid surprise visits to this year’s finalists for School Related Employee of the Year (SREY).  Dorena Beckerman, a school assessment clerk at Lawnwood Elementary; Donna Haynes, an executive school secretary at Manatee Academy K8; and Linda Rubenstein, a health paraprofessional at Mariposa Elementary are the finalists who have the distinction of representing the School District at this year’s Night of the Stars gala.

“The SREY finalists represent the outstanding services our support staff provide to the District.  Their commitment and contribution are vitally important to the overall success of our students,” said Gent.

Honoring school related employees is a program that is supported by the Florida Department of Education in which outstanding education support personnel are recognized for the significant impact they make on their schools and district school systems.  Locally, one individual will be selected to represent St. Lucie Public Schools at the state level during the Night of the Stars gala scheduled for February 8, 2020.

 

 Dorena Beckerman, Lawnwood Elementary

Dorena Beckerman’s positive attitude and love of children are reflected in the outstanding quality support she provides for all students at Lawnwood Elementary.  Her work as a school assessment clerk is exemplary and she extends herself to support all aspects of the school.  She serves as the volunteer coordinator, family involvement team member, fall fundraiser sponsor and business partner liaison.  She gives of her time and talent to ensure that students have the very best learning environment.

 

 Donna Haynes, Manatee K8

Donna Haynes serves Manatee K8 in the role of executive secretary and always strives to perform above and beyond her job expectations.  She is a role model for her peers and students due to her vast experiences which translate into extensive support for all she encounters.  She is always smiling and has a positive outlook no matter the situation.  She recently initiated a drama program for the exceptional education students and is working with them to create a meaningful performance for both students and families.

Linda Rubenstein, Mariposa Elementary

Linda Rubenstein’s impact at Mariposa Elementary is felt throughout the school and earned the respect and admiration of her colleagues, students and parents.  She greets students who arrive by bus with a friendly smile or hug when needed.  In addition to her duties in the clinic as the health paraprofessional, Linda manages the school’s bus transportation system, leads the Parent Teacher Organization, and serves as a mentor to numerous students both formally and informally.

 

About St. Lucie Public Schools

St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) proudly serves students with a graduation rate of 91.8 percent.  As a high-ranking 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.

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School Related Employee of the Year Finalists

School Related Employee of the Year Finalists

In the spirit of the season, students and staff made a joyful noise filling the hallways and classrooms of St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) as the Education Foundation of St. Lucie County and SLPS administrators surprised the three finalists for School Related Employee of the Year on Friday.  Juana Garcia (Mariposa Elementary), Dawn Parker (Dan McCarty Middle School), and Natasha Ramos (Oak Hammock K-8) will represent the District as this year’s finalists.

Superintendent E. Wayne Gent stated that he is inspired by the commitment to service and volunteerism that each finalist represents.  “Our staff care deeply about our students and our community. They spend countless hours volunteering in their schools and in our community.  Their actions speak volumes to their commitment,” said Gent.

Education Foundation President Thom Jones said, “This is one of my favorite days of the year because the Education Foundation exists to promote, encourage, and recognize excellence in public education.”

Honoring school related employees is a program that is supported by the Florida Department of Education in which outstanding education support personnel are recognized for the significant impact they make on their schools and district school systems. Locally, one individual will be selected to represent SLPS at state level during the Night of the Stars gala scheduled for February 18, 2017.

About the Finalists

Juana Garcia

Juana Garcia is the nominee from Mariposa Elementary.  She is a paraprofessional for English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), and over the last four years her contributions to the school have proved to be far reaching.  She provides support in the classroom, assists in the ESOL lab, works as a liaison with parents, serves as research support for ESOL data with the guidance team, and is committed to helping with school events to support parent involvement.

In addition to this, Garcia facilitates Mariposa’s evening adult English language classes for Hispanic and Haitian parents.  According to Principal Logue, she has committed two evenings per week for the last year and a half to this program.  He said, “Because of Juana’s commitment, our lab program for our parents has continued to grow.  She provides the time, instruction, energy, and care to help our parents acquire the English language skills they desire.”

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Juana Garcia

Dawn Parker

Dawn Parker represents Dan McCarty Middle School.  She serves as the school’s executive secretary responsible for maintaining the administrative schedule of the school’s principal as well as organizing events and serving as an ambassador to parents and community members who visit the school.

As a 12-year St. Lucie Public Schools employee, Parker has been on Dan McCarty’s campus for most of those years.  She is extremely involved in campus and community activities beyond her office responsibilities.  She supports students as a mentor, step coach, and Kids at Hope Treasure Hunter.  In the community, she actively pursues committee work in her church and volunteers at Matthews Café.

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Dawn Parker

Natasha Ramos

Natasha Ramos is the School Related Employee of the Year for Oak Hammock K-8.  For more than nine years, Ramos has called Oak Hammock her school home serving first as an ESOL paraprofessional and currently as a school clerk.  Her keen awareness of campus activities helps her manage the many responsibilities associated with supporting her principal, teachers, and administrative staff in order to maintain a smooth flow of communication, schedules, and activities such as honor roll ceremonies.

While Ramos makes certain the teachers at Oak Hammock are provided the attention they need, she also supports the next generation of teachers by facilitating the schedule for IRSC teacher interns who are observing classes and working on credentials to complete their education programs.  She also extends herself beyond the school campus into the community as an organizer and leader for her church and Relay for Life.

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Natasha Ramos

School Related Employee of the Year Finalists 2014-2015

School Related Employee of the Year Finalists 2014-2015

Saint Lucie County Public Schools are fortunate to have a host of extraordinary employees who come to work each day with a passion and commitment to the students they serve and the community they call home.  Because of the sheer numbers of qualified candidates, selecting a nominee can be difficult.  Thus it is with pride that   Superintendent Genelle Yost and members of the Saint Lucie County School Board announce the 2014-2015 School Related Employee of the Year finalists.

Viola Bryant is Southern Oaks Middle School nominee.  Ms. Bryant has worked with the school district for over 33 years and has worn many hats in her career.  Not only does Viola perform her duties with dedication and efficiency but is never daunted by any task.  She takes every opportunity to further her education and is especially trained in child care development.  Viola works in the community to help homeless families find safe shelter and food to eat.  She makes home visits to parents and guardians providing information and encouragement so their children can reap the benefit of parents who have been given the tools needed to assist their own children in achieving academic success.

Simone Catrambone is the nominee from Lakewood Park Elementary.  She is a native of Brazil and made a life-changing decision to leave her small city near Rio De Janiero to immigrate to the United States.  She began her career in Saint Lucie County about ten years ago as an ESOL Paraprofessional.  She continued her efforts to become a fluent English reader and speaker.  Children who were also striving to speak, understand, and read English looked to her for help to achieve that same goal.  Teachers, too, took advantage of her bilingual abilities to enhance their instruction for students whose first language was not English.

Ms. Catrambone produced several school plays exclusively for ESOL students – “Readers’ Theater.”   Simone constructed the sets, made all the costumes, and directed the highly successful plays.  Recently she teamed with the Boys and Girls Club to present an evening play for parents and family members.

Alexandra Sanders represents Treasure Coast High School as their nominee and district finalist for 2014-2015.  Ms. Sanders has worn many hats in her career in Saint Lucie County.  She has been a substitute teacher, a clerk, and is currently the Registrar.  In that role, Alexandra welcomes new families to Treasure Coast High School every week.  Many families have been impressed with her warm welcome and willingness to discuss everything from class schedules to finding a local dry cleaner. Newcomers to the community often sing her praises to administration.  Alexandra also mentors students reinforcing the strong academic accomplishments and opportunities they can find at Treasure Coast High School.

In addition, Ms. Sanders works and meets with a group of young girls monthly a Ft. Pierce Westwood High School.  These girls are finding their way through very difficult life circumstances and have found a friend and guide in Alexandra.

Alexandra also serves on a number of committees at Calvary Chapel.  She spends countless hours giving back to members of her church family and for young ladies who need their voices to be heard.

Congratulations to all our School Related Employee of the Year finalists!  We are so very proud of you!!

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School Related Employee of the Year FINALISTS Announced

School Related Employee of the Year FINALISTS Announced

ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL – Superintendent E. Wayne Gent accompanied by members of the School Board, Education Foundation, and others paid surprise visits to this year’s finalists for School Related Employee of the Year (SREY). Dorothy Hall, a paraprofessional at C. A. Moore Elementary (CAM), Susan Helms-Smith, a bookkeeper at St. Lucie West Centennial High School (SLWCHS), and Kim Neilson, a clerk at Port St. Lucie High School (PSLHS) are the finalists who have the distinction of representing the School District at this year’s Night of the Stars gala.

“The SREY finalists represent the outstanding services our support staff provide to the District.  Their commitment and contribution is important to the overall success of our students,” said Gent.

Honoring school related employees is a program that is supported by the Florida Department of Education in which outstanding education support personnel are recognized for the significant impact they make on their schools and district school systems. Locally, one individual will be selected to represent SLPS at the state level during the Night of the Stars scheduled for February 9, 2019.

About the Finalists

Dorothy Hall  

Dorothy Hall is a key individual at CAM.  As a paraprofessional, she works very closely with the faculty, staff, and students. In the two years she has served in this role, she has proven herself to be committed and compassionate.  Hall has many duties and responsibilities including assisting with classroom activities, providing one-on-one tutorials, and supporting activities on campus.  However, she spreads her influence by contributing to the 21st Century Afterschool Program and the community by serving as a mentor to a group of girls ranging in age from 5 to 18.  She also dedicates time to volunteering in Sarah’s Kitchen as a means of helping to feed and clothe individuals in need.

Susan Helms-Smith

Susan Helms-Smith is efficient and organized, but to her colleagues she is much more.  This 21-year veteran employee is appreciated for the spirit and energy she brings to any task.  Students and adults alike see her as the go-to person when help is needed.  As the school’s bookkeeper, Helms-Smith keeps departments, clubs, and the school at large running smoothly and efficiently.  She can handle the numerous demands on her time with grace and always with a smile.  She is happy to organize special events on campus and volunteer in the community as well.  She does all of this to advocate for students’ successes and to demonstrate pride in her community.

Kim Neilson

Kim Neilson, is the 9th grade clerk for PSLHS’s Jaguar Preparatory Academy.  She has served the school for 14 of her 20 years with the District and is deeply committed to the high school, its staff, and students.  People see her as the “face of the office” and appreciate her warm personality as well as her can-do attitude.  Neilson assumes many roles in which her outstanding organizational skills are beneficial.  She spearheads honor roll recognitions, community events, and makes certain that the office runs smoothly.  She values the chance she has to support not only incoming freshmen, but the hundreds of returning students each year as they complete their high school careers on the PSLHS campus.

 

 

 

School Related Employee of the Year FINALISTS Announced

School Related Employee of the Year Finalists Announced

Today, Superintendent E. Wayne Gent accompanied by members of the School Board, Education Foundation, and others paid surprise visits to this year’s finalists for School Related Employee of the Year (SREY). Dorothy Hall, a paraprofessional at C. A. Moore Elementary (CAM), Susan Helms-Smith, a bookkeeper at St. Lucie West Centennial High School (SLWCHS), and Kim Neilson, a clerk at Port St. Lucie High School (PSLHS) are the finalists who have the distinction of representing the School District at this year’s Night of the Stars gala.

“The SREY finalists represent the outstanding services our support staff provide to the District.  Their commitment and contribution is important to the overall success of our students,” said Gent.

Honoring school related employees is a program that is supported by the Florida Department of Education in which outstanding education support personnel are recognized for the significant impact they make on their schools and district school systems. Locally, one individual will be selected to represent SLPS at the state level during the Night of the Stars scheduled for February 9, 2019.

About the Finalists

Dorothy Hall

Dorothy Hall is a key individual at CAM.  As a paraprofessional, she works very closely with the faculty, staff, and students. In the two years she has served in this role, she has proven herself to be committed and compassionate.  Hall has many duties and responsibilities including assisting with classroom activities, providing one-on-one tutorials, and supporting activities on campus.  However, she spreads her influence by contributing to the 21st Century Afterschool Program and the community by serving as a mentor to a group of girls ranging in age from 5 to 18.  She also dedicates time to volunteering in Sarah’s Kitchen as a means of helping to feed and clothe individuals in need.

Susan Helms-Smith

Susan Helms-Smith is efficient and organized, but to her colleagues she is much more.  This 21-year veteran employee is appreciated for the spirit and energy she brings to any task.  Students and adults alike see her as the go-to person when help is needed.  As the school’s bookkeeper, Helms-Smith keeps departments, clubs, and the school at large running smoothly and efficiently.  She can handle the numerous demands on her time with grace and always with a smile.  She is happy to organize special events on campus and volunteer in the community as well.  She does all of this to advocate for students’ successes and to demonstrate pride in her community.

Kim Neilson

Kim Neilson, is the 9th grade clerk for PSLHS’s Jaguar Preparatory Academy.  She has served the school for 14 of her 20 years with the District and is deeply committed to the high school, its staff, and students.  People see her as the “face of the office” and appreciate her warm personality as well as her can-do attitude.  Neilson assumes many roles in which her outstanding organizational skills are beneficial.  She spearheads honor roll recognitions, community events, and makes certain that the office runs smoothly.  She values the chance she has to support not only incoming freshmen, but the hundreds of returning students each year as they complete their high school careers on the PSLHS campus.

School Resource Officers

School Resource Officers

When St. Lucie Sheriff’s Officer Wheeler was assigned to support Fairlawn Elementary School, it was apparent that a positive connection was established right away.

With appreciation for the support she provides and wanting her to feel like Fairlawn was her home, teachers and students began writing letters to her and making plans to decorate her office on the school’s campus.

As Principal Holmes visited Mrs. Singley’s second grade classroom, she read Daniel Pereira’s letter.  As you can see, he shares his thoughts in a positive format that states thank you in a heartwarming way.

 

 

 

School Resource Officers provide services beyond law enforcement. They build positive relationships with students, staff, and families and serve as valuable mentors for students.

 

       

 

School Social Workers Week (3/6-3/12)

School Social Workers Week (3/6-3/12)

March 6-12, is National School Social Work Week!!!

Thank you to our social workers who assist schools each day with matters of attendance, social and emotional well-being of students and families, collaboration with agencies and services, and providing individualized support where needed.

We appreciate all you do for our students and families!