Rivers Edge thanks Mid-Florida Bank for showing their support of the importance of reading. On Friday, October 23, representatives read to all of our Kindergarten classes and then gifted each student a book titled, No Sleep for the Sheep!
Middle school students visited Indian River State College’s Public Safety Complex and explored career opportunities in law enforcement, fire safety, and human services.
Music and celebration was in the air as middle school students from St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) brought home accolades from the recent District 13 Music Performance Assessment (MPAs). The MPAs are organized opportunities for Florida bands and choral groups to perform and receive feedback from qualified judges. The events are part of the Florida…Details
St. Lucie County middle school students from Southern Oaks and their teachers were recognized for achieving first place in the national competition of the Zero Robotics Challenge held on the International Space Station on Tuesday, August 13, 2013. The students recognized were Jaeger Johnson, April Vasquez, Maria Blaszkiewicz, Grisel Cabrera, Hansly Ledger, Michael Lefrancois, and…Details
The end-of-year parent meeting for the District’s Migrant Education Program was a wonderful collaboration of people and organizations. Elks Lodge #1520 donated 30 crock pots and surprised migrant students and parents with crock pots and groceries to take home. Parents also enjoyed learning about a variety of topics including: Parent Skyward Training (Facilitators: Jim Dunn…Details
On December 12th, Leroyeisha Thomas joined an elite group of athletes by scoring over 1,000 points during her Greyhound career. Pictured with Leroyeisha is Coach Wendell Adams. Congratulations to Leroyeisha!
On Saturday February 2nd, 2019, Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion attended its 25th Annual Military Ball at the Santa Lucia River Club. Male Cadets wore their Dress Cadet Formal uniform, and female cadets came in formal gowns. Our Jaguar Battalion Color Guard posted the colors to begin the formal portion of the ceremony.…Details
Northport K-8 School participated in the Saint Lucie County School Board initiative, “Million Father March” recently. Principal, Glenn Rustay and assistant principals, Lorie Monroe and Brooke Wigginton as well as many teachers and staff, welcomed the dads and their children at the parent drop off sites with many waves and smiles. Dads were welcomed with…Details
October 7, 2014, Weatherbee Elementary asked significant male caregivers to step up and take an active role in the lives of their children. Fathers, grandfathers, uncles and cousins came to join their children for breakfast and to sign a pledge that they would actively participate in the educational and social-emotional development of their child. Featured…Details
Thank you to all the fathers, uncles, grandfathers and family members that came out to support our students at Forest Grove Middle School.