Oak Hammock K8 Hosts Mother and Son Dance

Kindergarten through third-grade boys enjoyed a night out with their moms at the Mother/Son Dance that took place in the cafeteria at Oak Hammock K8 School. They enjoyed a nice dinner with mom, a variety of crafts, and picture-taking while dancing the night away. Both sons and moms had a memorable time. A big thank you goes out to the teachers and staff who facilitated this event. Also, thank you to the JROTC from Treasure Coast High School for their support.                                       … Read More

Mathletes Earn the Top Scores at Morningside

Today we celebrated our Morningside Mathletes! The goal of the program is to build a love of math through challenging problems that promote critical thinking. The students showcase their talents through both regional and national competitions. Our Mathletes have worked hard to rise to the challenge and we couldn’t be more proud! “Math problems are no problem!”    

Lawnwood Welcomes BMX Freestyle Riders

Come to School!  Arrive on Time!  Stay all Day! Attendance Matters at Lawnwood Elementary School.  The K-5 students who met the schoolwide attendance goal of 92% or higher were invited to attend a BMX Show.  The students enjoyed watching this dynamic duo as they performed bunny hops, track stands, wheelies, 180 Turns, and so much more!  It was another fun day at Lawnwood Elementary School.  GO LEOPARDS!

Port St Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion Annual Field Day

On Saturday, May 11th, The Port Saint Lucie High School JROTC Jaguar Battalion hosted their annual Field Day. All four Companies competed in a series of athletic events which included Tug of War, Jag Ball, Soccer, Kickball, Dodgeball, Volleyball, and Basketball being the tie breaker, and introducing our new event Bombs Away. Cadets were given a competitive opportunity to showcase their skills against other companies. After all the events, the Booster Club provided cadets with a big meal to congratulate them on their efforts. Overall, Delta company led by Cadet Myley Gittin came in 1st place. Trailing behind was Alpha … Read More

WLX Horizon Weekly

WLX Horizon is the school district’s TV channel that provides St. Lucie County with instructional television programming, school board meetings, along with what’s happening in our district, and local shows about our schools. WLX Horizon can be streamed on-demand for free via the WLX Horizon app! WLX Horizon can also be found on Comcast channel 13 (Ft. Pierce), Comcast channel 19 (Port St. Lucie), Blue Stream Fiber channel 19, and AT&T TV channel 99 (under St. Lucie County Community Channels) or check out the live feed. Join us this week for a new episode of Boys and Girls Club, Club Cast with Marissa Gleockler. … Read More

SLWCHS Repeats As District Champs in Softball

From TCPalm: “The St. Lucie West Centennial softball team has only one senior on its roster. And at a moment when the game hung in the balance, that senior came through. Keyhara Alleyne clobbered a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Eagles earned a 4-2 victory over Treasure Coast in the District 11-7A title game on Wednesday at St. Lucie West Centennial High School.” photo courtesy of TCPalm

St. Lucie Excels at Florida History Day

The annual Florida History Day state contest, sponsored by the Museum of Florida History, brought together young historians from across the state. The event was held in Tallahassee where students showcased their research, creativity, and passion for history while vying for a chance to advance to the national competition this summer.  14 students from St. Lucie County (Oak Hammock K-8, St. Lucie West K-8, Lincoln Park Academy, Southern Oaks Middle School, Southport Middle School, Fort Pierce Central High School, Treasure Coast High School, and Somerset College Preparatory Academy) presented to panels of judges at Tallahassee Community College on May 6th.  … Read More

St. Lucie Firefighters Visit Cobra Nation for Autism Awareness

Fort Pierce Central students and teachers were joined by St. Lucie County firefighters to celebrate Autism Awareness in April! Mrs. Puentes’ class was met by our local heroes in the bus loop for an interactive tour of two well-equipped fire trucks. Firefighters arrived with their aerial truck and fire engine. Groups of students rotated to see, hear, and ask questions about the exterior and interior components of the aerial truck. Our firefighters graciously allowed students to participate in the fire hose demonstration and showed their longest ladder extension in the fleet. Students found the experience impressive and fun! Thanks to … Read More

Boom, Snap, Clap at St. Lucie West K8

Fifth-grade students in Mrs. Portee’s class played a game of Boom, Snap, Clap to sharpen their mathematical skills. Partners sat across from one another with a set of cards in between them. The teacher boomed, snapped, clapped and gave a rule for what to do with a decimal! Students quickly raced their partner to match the card in their set to the operation the teacher was referring to. They had a blast! \

Lawnwood’s Parent Night

All grade 3-5 parents were invited to attend a Parent Night.  Administration, Instructional Coaches, School Counselors, and Teachers facilitated the event.  Parents were provided a copy of their child’s Progress Monitoring ELA and Math Score Report and they learned how they can help their student master grade-level content skills.  A video was shown to help parents understand computer adaptive testing and parents were provided time to ask questions and discuss concerns.  A special thank you goes out to all Lawnwood Parents for attending this informative session and for all that they do to support our school.  GO LEOPARDS!  

FPC Appreciates Teachers

A week’s long Superhero marathon in Cobra Nation set new standards for celebrating instructional staff! This year’s super teacher appreciation was one filled with food, treats, Cobra swag, and sentimental notes from students. Hosted by the Student Government Association (SGA), the first-ever Crystal Apply awards will take place on Wednesday, May 15th, when honored teachers are nominated by their students. Teachers also received handwritten and hand-drawn notes about their superhero experience in the classroom! From food, food, and more food trucks, to tote bags, Cobra mugs, personalized cookies and cake, kettle corn, and homemade ice cream by way of Dr. … Read More

TCHS Medical Academy Students Participate in a Mock Emergency Exercise

Several of our Medical Academy students participated in a mock emergency exercise as part of their Emergency Medical Responder course. Here at Treasure Coast High School, we are committed to future-focused opportunities for our students. We are proud that these students were able to gain experiences to assist them with pursuing post-secondary pathways. Titan Born Titan Bred

St. Lucie West K8 Escapes from Planet Emoji

Third-grade students in Ms. Balfe’s and Mrs. Schettini’s classes were trapped on Planet Emoji! They had to work together in teams to solve reading challenges to escape. Students read poems, used context clues, and identified character traits, the central idea, and text structures. It was a stellar way to prepare for their upcoming FAST assessment!     

Science Bowl at Village Green

It was a scientific event to remember at Village Green Environmental School as 5th-grade students participated in the annual Science Bowl. This is a true testament that these 5th graders are part of Village Green’s rising scholars, as they originally ended in a three-way tie between Mrs. Corley, Mrs. Smith, and Dr. Venzen’s Homeroom students. In the end, victory was achieved by Dr. Venzen’s “Patriotic Pioneers.” Congratulations to all of our scientific world changers! We are so proud of you!

Cobra Seniors Enjoy Yearbook Signing

FPC’s Yearbook staff brainstormed ways to create importance and excitement around yearbook distribution. The staff decided to host a new event transforming a nostalgic tradition: yearbook signing.    Seniors got the first look at the 2024 Yearbook at this senior exclusive event to kick off yearbook distribution. Seniors were invited to the event to pick up their yearbook and have an opportunity to have their friends sign their books.  Along with enjoying the yearbook among their peers, seniors played board games, Kona Ice and chalk drawing. The event prompted seniors to ask their teachers to sign their book too, successfully bringing … Read More

Bayshore’s Pep Rally’s

Our pep rally was amazing! We have no doubt our jaguars will shine FAST! Focus Ask questions Strategize Take your time Pictures are from the k-2 and 4-5 pep rally!

SLWCHS Attendance Pop Up Incentives

Centennial recognizes our parents and students for ensuring they get to school on time!  On random Fridays, administration and staff greet our parents in the drop-off line, or students in the parking lot to welcome them to school and thank them for getting here on time!  A smile and a snack go a long way to say, “We are glad you’re here!”

VGESS 5th Grade Performance

We would like to congratulate the Village Green 5th graders for putting on an amazing performance last week! Thank you to Dr. Reynolds, Mr. Madden, and the talented students from Port St. Lucie High School who organized and directed the performances. Our 5th graders have been working hard since August and last week their dedication and hard work paid off! Well done World Changers!

Culinary Arts Cooks at Derby Day

Culinary Arts students from Northport K8, Port St. Lucie High School, and St. Lucie West Centennial High cooked up a storm at the Derby Day celebration at Monarch Country Club. Students cooked Kentucky Derby-themed recipes including Port St. Lucie High School’s Kentucky Hot Brown Wontons, Louisville Chicken Sliders, and Shrimp on Savory Grits Cake, St. Lucie West Centennial’s Chilled Tomato Shooter Gazpacho, Pork Sliders with Chow-Chow & Apricot Jam served in a Brown Butter & Caramelized Onion Biscuit, Mint Julep Almond Vanilla Cupcake With Blackberries and Bruleed Bananas, and Northport’s Chicken and Waffles bites, Deviled Eggs, Cucumber Canapés, Rosewater/Cardamom cupcakes, … Read More

Fairlawn’s Readers Celebrate

Fairlawn Elementary held an over-the-top ice cream party to celebrate the students who participated in the Sunshine State Reading Challenge.  Students who read more than 5 Sunshine State readers throughout the school year were treated to every imaginable topping to culminate all their hard work.  We had many students who read every Sunshine State book as well.  Way to go readers!

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