Windmill Point Elementary second graders in Caryol-Lynn Hallahan’s class created their own “gallon pals” to help them learn capacity and equivalents in math. Each student made their own pal beginning with a gallon body, accompanied by quart arms and legs, pint hands and feet, and cup fingers and toes to help them visualize how our…Details
The Fort Pierce Central Performing Arts Department proudly presents the Broadway musical Grease by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey, April 12-14 at 7:00 PM at the Fort Pierce Central High School Auditorium, 1401 South 25th Street in Fort Pierce. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets are available at the Fort Pierce…Details
REE hosted their annual Bingo for Books with a Halloween twist thrown in. Coupling it with a Title 1 presentation, the students then paraded by grade level across the stage in their costumes. Bingo then ensued with students winning a book every time they achieved BINGO! Our ever fabulous PTO handily decorated the cafeteria and…Details
The Northport Media Center is officially named “The Northport K-8 School Children’s Memorial Library” in honor and remembrance of the eight children who perished on September 11, 2001. The children from United Flight 175 were Christine Hanson, age 2, David Brandhorst, age 3, and Juliana McCourt, age 4. The children from American Flight 77 were…Details
Manatee Academy middle school students are excited about the Grand Reopening of “Pages Cafe” (which serves one item and one item only:BOOKACCINOS! ). Students use Manatee dollars to purchase the fabulous beverage that they can sip while reading a book in our Media Center. Media Specialist A.K.A. Barrista (or BOOKarrista) Debbie Remington loves discussing and…Details
Dads, Granddads and male caregivers wanted to be more involved in their students’ education, so this week Morningside Elementary dedicated two days to “Real Men Read.” This program allows men in the students’ lives to come into the classroom and read to their children and their children’s classmates.
Southport Middle School hosted “Rollin’ with Dads” breakfast on Wednesday, September 28th with great success. We were happy to see over one hundred of our dads, granddads, uncles, big brothers and male teachers who took the time to be there for students. Thanks to all who came out to sign pledges to support, encourage, and…Details
Assistant Principal Jane Cox dances with kindergarten students for their monthly PBIS event. Students who earned enough Class Dojo points through positive behavior, attended a dance and enjoyed showing off their best moves.
The National Junior Honor Society volunteered at the Golden Corral Restaurant in Fort Pierce. The students earned time towards their required community service hours as well as giving their tips to the school to be used towards several planned activities. It was a fun night and we hope to make this an annual event. Pictured…Details
In early October, Lincoln Park Academy middle school art students participated in the Lions International Peace Poster Contest which is sponsored by Lions Clubs around the world. This art contest encourages young people worldwide to express their visions of peace. For more than 25 years, millions of children from nearly 100 countries have participated in…Details