Morningside Elementary School recently held it 2011-2012 Spelling Bee. Pictured, from left, are Assistant Principal Jennifer Hedeen, first place winnre Raisa Asim, third place winner Rodney Calixte, second place winner Bianca Morris second place, Principal Cortina Bell-Gray and in the back, bee coordinator Jean Constantine.
Morningside Elementary fourth grade students Kimmika
Calixte, Brooke Murray and Anastasia Wilson from Allison Hargroves’ class
proudly show off their newly created multi-media project game board they
created on “Moon Phases” in their technology resource class with technology
instructor Kelli Putz.
Morningside Elementary gifted students Cody Jennings, Elize Starr, Winter Pepitone, Kaylyn Redway perform a rendition of the Island of Misfit Toys during the school’s holiday show. Holiday Jeopardy was created and performed by the gifted students in first through fifth grade classes work with drama students from Port St. Lucie High School who coached and directed the…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools is proud to announce that Morningside Elementary’s (MSE) Odyssey of the Mind Team won first place at the state competition and is advancing to the World Finals competition slated for May 21 – May 26 in Lansing, Michigan. Morningside’s team will convene with approximately 850 other teams for what is deemed…Details
Students in Jean Constantine’s kindergarten class at Morningside Elementary School had made and sent valentine cards to USAF Captain Brandon Daigle overseas and the class was surprised when he sent them sent a big flag from his plane on the dashboard as he flew reconnaissance over Afghanistan. He also included a certificate to the class (by…Details
Maggie Garrett, seated, a kindergartner in Jean Constantine’s kindergarten class at Mariposa Elementary School reads to fifth graders Raisa Asim, Alyssa Byrum and Hilario Garcia the book she put together and colored to work with her sight words she is learning to read.
Morningside Elementary students in Rebecca Macintire’s kindergarten class celebrated Dr. Seuss Day wearing Lorax mustaches while their teacher read them the book “The Lorax.”
Morningside Elementary kindergartners Jeremiah Griffin and Elijah Laguerre are making bear claws for bravery. Kindergarten students listened to a story about a Native American who was brave in the face of danger. Students then shared their experiences of being brave in different circumstances and made their own bear claw for bravery badge.
Morningside Elementary School kindergartners, from left, Hudson Fein, Victor Monaco, Judith Vazquez, Gillian Ellis and Melissa Gale from Jean Constantine’s class had the honor of creating beautiful Valentine cards that will be sent to troops overseas who are serving our country.
The “Not so Haunted House” team from Morningside Elementary took their show to Palms district competition and won first place. On Saturday, April 12, 2014, the team competed against 18 other state winners and won first place launching them to World. Our team will be participating in Odyssey of the Mind world competition from May…Details