On Monday, January 18, Bayshore students, parents, and staff participated in the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Parade. This year’s theme “Dream Forward: Choose Peace, Equality, and Change” inspired the float design that represented our school.
C.A. Moore Elementary School shows their school spirit.
This year’s District nominee for STEM Sunshine State Scholar is Bailey Magers from Treasure Coast High School. Bailey, along with his parents and a teacher, who has served as a significant influence to him, will travel to Orlando May 19 – 20, 2016, for an extraordinary two-day program. In addition to bringing together the scholars…Details
Mrs. Jamie Spooner‘s Honors English classes participated in the Great Thanksgiving Listen between the Thanksgiving and Winter Break. This project, developed by NPR and StoryCorps, allowed the students to interview friends, family, and important role models to allow their memory and voice to be saved to the Library of Congress. It helped the students to…Details
TCHS is proud to announce that Mr. Luke Hall is a recipient of the Tom Bishop award for 2016. This is a very prestigious award given by the Florida Band Association to select band directors in the state. The criteria includes significant improvement in MPA scores and an increase in overall band membership numbers during…Details
Gracie Morris, 5th grade student at Weatherbee Elementary School, recently placed first in the 2016 MLK Youth Essay and Oratorical Contest, “Dream Forward: Choose Peace, Equality, and Change.” Shown in the photo with Gracie and her parents are Weatherbee teachers Mrs. Guermithe Ogé and Dr. Jennifer Nelson, Assistant Principal Jen Avellino, and Principal Mike Hitsman.
The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion showed their pride at the annual Martin Luther King, Junior Day parade in Fort Pierce. Marching in this parade is a tremendous honor and privilege for Port Saint Lucie High. The Battalion formation was led by the Jaguar’s Color Guard and was commanded by Cadet Sergeant Major…Details
Superintendent E. Wayne Gent and the School Board Members for St. Lucie Public Schools enjoyed participating in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade. This year’s theme was “Dream Forward: Choose Peace, Equality, and Change.”
History Fair is in the air at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition. Students prepare to share their performance as Steve Jobs and Steve Wosniak. Other students chose to make project boards to showcase Exploration, Encounter and Exchange in History. Pictured from left are Vincent Majors and Cristian Del Rosario.
Teachers learning from teachers how they can teach students to find their errors through supporting their claim was the recent workshop for Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition. This collaborative training was very informative and helpful to all those that attended.