Students had the opportunity to engage in the Captain Wattage performance. Students learned about energy and electricity. Students also learned about the uses of energy, ways energy is wasted, and how to conserve energy.
5th graders at Fort Pierce Magnet School of the Arts visited the SLC Aquarium on October 14th. Students were able to learn about the habitats of the Indian River Lagoon as well as the Atlantic Ocean. Students also had the opportunity to dissect oysters! Who knew learning could be so fun?
Dr. Judi Miller presented St. Lucie Public Schools with certificates and awards for participation in this year’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake fundraising event. One hundred percent of SLPS participated in this unique glow bowl opportunity to have fun and raise money to support the efforts of Big Brothers Big Sisters in our community. 1st Place:…Details
Under the direction of Dr. Rolanda Jones, Dan McCarty Middle School students performed musical selections to open the October School Board Meeting.
St. Lucie Public Schools was proud to honor the following individuals for demonstrating exemplary customer service:
Alan Lisansky (Transportation), Ruby Bowman and Zahadia Ceballos (Rivers Edge Elementary), Jacqueline Baptiste-Harris (Village Green Elementary)
Congratulations for going above and beyond to provide exceptional service!
Sponsors for this year’s 4th Annual STEAM Rap Battle fully support what STEAM stands for: S (Science) SLPS Career and Technical Education Programs T (Technology) Florida Institute of Technology E (Engineering) Florida Power & Light A (Arts) St. Lucie County Education Foundation M (Mathematics) PNC Bank This year’s awards are provided by Big Boyz Barbershop.…Details
Dr. Donna Mills was recognized as a distinguished honoree at this year’s NAACP 29th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet. She currently serves as a SLPS Board Member and has been a staunch advocate for children as well as a community activist for the past thirty years. With unwavering dedication, she has continued to propel positive momentum…Details
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – The fifth annual Giving Concert is planned for October 26th at Lincoln Park Academy in the auditorium located at 1806 Avenue I in Fort Pierce. The doors will open to the general public at 6:30 p.m. and the concert boasting area choral groups will begin at 7:00 p.m. The event, sponsored…Details
At PACE Center for Girls, the Speakers Bureau’s first guest speaker of the year was Ms. Denise Sirmons, Treasure Hunter and Kids at Hope Coordinator. She captivated the students with her life story. Although she made several wrong choices as a youth, Ms. Sirmons eventually learned from her mistakes. The most important thing she learned…Details
St. Lucie Elementary students received a special presentation from the National Theatre for Children. During the presentation, the students learned from Captain Wattage the importance of energy conservation and how they can reduce energy consumption at home. Since 1978, The National Theatre for Children has dedicated itself to teaching young students about important and timely…Details