You are invited to celebrate “Lights On After School,” a national event that spotlights afterschool programs. October 22, 2015 4:00 PM – 7:30 PM Music Student performances Student demonstrations Community vendors Door prizes Event Locations: Port St. Lucie Community Center 2195 S.E. Airoso Blvd. Port Saint Lucie PALS Center 903 S. 21st St. Ft. Pierce…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools is honored to have been named as the recipient of this year’s United Way “Spirit of St. Lucie Community Impact Award.” This award is conferred annually on an organization that demonstrates outstanding contributions within St. Lucie County to one or more of the United Way core impact areas of focus that…Details
Fort Pierce Westwood was this quarter’s highlight location for the Chamber of Commerce Education and Business Committee Breakfast. Principal John Lynch and a team of Career and Technical Education (CTE) instructors shared the innovative learning opportunities in which students participate.
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On Thursday evening, SGA parents attended the “A Day in the Life of an SGA Scholar” Parent Night. Parents began their journey in the audeteria where they learned about the Title I program. Also, they were excited about the announcement of the principal’s reading challenge. When the SGA students reach 250,000,000 reading steps, Ms. Wilke will…Details
Over 200 fathers and their children enjoyed freshly made donuts at Village Green Environmental Studies School in celebration of Dads Take Your Children to School Day!
Thank you to ALL of our dads, stepdads, grandfathers, uncles, foster parents, and male role models for bringing your child to school at Lakewood Park Elementary. We had 138 male role models attend! Way to go Lakewood Park!!
Dads Take Your Child To School Day was a huge success at Gaines Academy. Fathers and other male role models streamed into Gaines Academy on Wednesday morning. They were treated to donuts and an inspirational message followed by smiles and laughter as they created a vision board with their child. Before leaving, the men signed the…Details
“Recycled MONSTERS were the theme at Manatee Academy in preparation for the upcoming MONSTER Book Fair next week. Students also had to Guess How Many Eyeballs in a fish tank to get a free Book Fair book. A MONSTER PUMPKIN contest and Door Decorating contest enabled teachers to join the fun and earn gift certificates…Details
Northport middle grades students in Tracy Lejeune, Susan Matteson and Susan Smith’s classes participated in an activity filled with dark humor by attending a funeral in the school’s media center for “Dead” words. Students agreed that writing and the ability to use important words is more vital now than ever before. Students and teachers considered…Details