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.
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition recently participated in the Martin Luther King Jr. Oratorical Contest that was a district event. The theme this year was “Dream Forward: Choose Peace, Equality, and Change. Students wrote their essays about this theme and recited their speeches before a panel of judges. The school would like to…Details
2016-2017 VPK/Title I School Year Program Free Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) Program (Child must be four (4) years old on or before September 1, 2016.) FULL DAY PROGRAM WITH CERTIFIED TEACHERS TRANSPORTATION, BREAKFAST & LUNCH AVAILABLE (Some restrictions may apply.) For registration information visit: http://www.stlucie.k12.fl.us/our-programs/voluntary-pre-k/ Contact: Karen Crosby at (772) 429-4634 or Cassandra Dillard at (772)…Details
Financial Aid Workshop for Seniors, Parents, and Guardians
February 3rd, 2016
Treasure Coast High School Auditorium
February 4th, 2016
Ft. Pierce Central Auditorium
Fort Pierce Central High School received the honor of being recognized as a National Beta School of Distinction. This national award speaks highly of the school’s commitment to academic excellence and illustrates dedication to preparing students for college and career readiness.
Kindergarten students at White City Elementary dove deep to extend their learning of sea turtles. Students in Mr. Capozzoli’s science resource classes discussed traits of a sea turtle, measured length of a turtle model, and examined models for damage caused by humans. Our kindergarten students are “surfing to excellence.”
The National Honor Society and students of Lincoln Park Academy collected gently used shoes for Hope’s Closet during the month of December to help men, women, and children to better enjoy the holiday season. The students will be continuing their service drive with Hope’s Closet in the month of January by collecting jackets and blankets.
Through the creation of a class garden, Ms. White, Mrs. Hines, and the classroom volunteer Mrs. Snyder, led their VPK students through a multi-sensory learning experience with outcomes that connected both school and home environments. By utilizing the senses of touching, smelling, hearing, tasting, and seeing as well as drawing on background knowledge, the students…Details