Summer Programs

This summer, students are learning, exploring, and creating healthy habits. In the 21st Century summer program, the Florida Department of Health School Nurses are working with students to educate them about the 5-2-1-0 message and promoting healthy habits about nutrition and physical activity. 5 – or more fruits and vegetables 2 – hours or less…

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Teacher Career Fair – July 14

St. Lucie Public Schools seeks high-quality candidates to create, motivate, inspire, and teach students in all grades and subject areas. Explore the possibilities as well as the competitive salaries and benefits. Visit our website at  Why St Lucie and visit our Teacher Career Fair. SLPS Teacher Career Fair Friday, July 14th 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM…

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Summertime Meals

While summertime may bring up thoughts of vacation and relaxation, it is not a good time to take a break from nutrition. That’s why St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) proudly supports the summer meals programs for kids eighteen and under. According to SLPS Director of Child Nutrition Services Deborah Wuest, “Children who are eligible to…

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Spill the Water!

Spill the Water!  Mosquitoes lay their eggs in water, so keep items around your home free of standing water this summer.

“Be a hero. Spill the water!”

Go to www.SpillTheWater for more information about mosquitoes and what you can do to reduce infection and prevent the spread of mosquitoes.

 

 

Pull Apart the Post-It

Frances K. Sweet 5th grade students were guided in a positive direction by rising senior Haniya Shareef of Lincoln Park Academy.  She conducted a motivational and career-oriented seminar for students by facilitating discussions about their potential career paths, presumed weaknesses, and identified strengths. Students were encouraged to recognize their weaknesses but refuse to accept them.…

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