Sixth graders at Southport Middle School implement Restorative Justice practices that they have learned through informational text. They prepare to see how Ben Mikaelson weaves the practice of talking circles as they read the novel Touching Spirit Bear. These students periodically meet in a Talking Circle to share their thoughts about school, their hopes, and…Details
The St. Lucie West Centennial Volleyball Team volunteered their time on Saturday, September 19, to give back to the community. The team spent the morning cleaning up a local beach.
Eagle student-athletes volunteering at Sara’s Kitchen as part of Project E.A.G.L.E. (Every Athlete Giving Leading Excelling).
In recognition of the many contributions our families make to children, Weatherbee Elementary opened its doors to welcome grandparents, family members, and friends for our Kids at Hope Celebration on September 10th and 11th.
Jahson Nelson and his special friend share lunch at Weatherbee’s Other Caring Adults Luncheon last week.
Kindergarten students honored their grandparents at Mariposa Elementary. They enjoyed their time by reading and drawing together. The grandparents and their child completed a book together and shared stories. Afterwards, the children and their grandparents enjoyed lunch together. James Hiner with his Grandfather, from Mrs. Kari McIntyre’s class, enjoyed this special day. It was a…Details
SLW Centennial’s NJROTC traveled to Parris Island in South Carolina to participate in training events at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot.
September 17, 2015, Weatherbee parents and students enjoy a dinner and activities celebrating our Kids at Hope Aces and Clubs!
Friday morning, September 18, following the Pledge of Allegiance and the Kids At Hope Pledge, Northport joined the Nation in remembering our POW/MIA military members and their families. The community of learners commemorated the day with a special reciting of the “Northport American Children’s Pledge!” The pledge was recited over the school intercom by parent,…Details
Over 600 parents and students attended Ft. Pierce Central’s College Night for Juniors and Seniors. Hosted by Central’s Guidance Dept. and Administration, families learned important information regarding the college application process, college admission data, and financial/scholarship opportunities. Websites that can assist in selecting and applying for colleges and scholarships were demonstrated. Students were also given…Details
The September COLT of the month was held on the afternoon of September 17th in the Gaines Academy audeteria. The program started with a welcome message from Principal Wilke. Then, the SGA guidance staff led both parents and students in a fun activity that explained the month’s character trait. After the activity, the giving of the certificates ceremony began. Audience members were…Details