Fifth grade students at Allapattah Flats K-8 know all about matter! They used shoe boxes to explore their creative side to display the three states of matter. Students were able to use correct vocabulary and elaboration with their provided “explanation” boxes. Some students showed the particle behavior of states of matter while others showed examples of…Details
Ms. Rovendro’s 4th grade class has been learning about physical and chemical changes in science, and they made slime to illustrate how chemical changes work.
The Port St. Lucie Civic Center hosted the annual College Fair to inform all students and parents about colleges and universities to prepare them for the future.
The Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar JROTC volunteered to help the colleges, universities, and community supporters set up and prepare for the the event.
Applebee’s has re-scheduled the FREE Welcome Back Breakfast for teachers, administrators and their families. All locations EXCEPT for the Fort Pierce Applebee’s will host the breakfast on Sunday, October 22 @ 8:30 AM. If you want to attend the Fort Pierce Applebee’s Breakfast, it has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 28 @ 8:30 AM. If…Details
Ms. Marino’s RTI group of 2nd graders learned about recycling with Keep Port St. Lucie Beautiful last week by finding and picking up items that could be recycled from their school grounds.
Thank you to #KPSLB for lending us the grabbers to be used in this lesson.
President Ilyse Braini, Vice President Nicole Eak, and members of the St. Lucie Reading Council shared the Council’s proclamation at the October School Board meeting. Promoting the love of literacy, encouraging membership, and celebrating the benefits of life-long learning and reading were included in the message. The audience was all ears as the announcement was…Details
This month’s STAR Award nomination comes from the Office of Teaching and Learning in support of their colleagues who support the technical side of education. Congratulations to: Tammy Pinkston, Susanne (Sue) Smith, and Gloriann Villalpando Many people do not know what goes on behind the scenes to get all of our technology and…Details
Student artwork from around the district was amazing, and the decision was difficult for the judges. Artists demonstrated depth, movement, brush strokes, detail, and flow in their work. Comments from the judges also focused on dynamic contrasts within art selections that included delicacy and boldness, as well as vibrancy and stillness. Congratulations are extended…Details
Dr. Rafael Sanchez, Director of Human Resources for St. Lucie Public Schools, was recognized by Superintendent E. Wayne Gent and School Board Members for his distinguished recognition and receipt of the Capella University Business Leaders Award. Recipients of this leadership honor are stand-outs among their peers as demonstrated by their ambition, academic excellence, and comprehensive…Details
The School Board of St. Lucie County and Superintendent E. Wayne Gent were proud to recognize Jacqueline Baptiste-Harris, a first grade teacher at Village Green Environmental Studies School for her achievement as the recipient of the Council for Economic Education’s John Morton Excellence in Teaching of Economics Award during October’s School Board meeting. This honor is…Details