St. Lucie Public Schools honors its staff and volunteers with STAR Awards for exceptional customer service. This month, the following individuals were recognized: Transportation: Carolyn O’Neal and Betty Proctor Facilities and Maintenance: Estaquio Acevedo Student Services: Gary George Volunteer Services: Terrance Beauford Thank you for your dedication and service to the students and families…Details
Mrs. Wolff’s kindergarten class at Mariposa Elementary is learning about the states of matter. Prince Boatswain and Olivia Thrasher were excited to see a cool transformation. The students measured, felt, smelled, observed and discussed the white grainy solid that was placed on their plates. They discussed how it could change shape. Then water was added…Details
As part of Bayshore Elementary School’s Bullying Prevention Campaign, students had the opportunity to hear from Joe the Biker! Joe the Biker shared his own experiences with students to teach the importance of standing up to bullying and how to get help within their school and community.
The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion proudly supported the Port Saint Lucie Veterans Day Ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park. The Jaguar cadets provided an Honor Formation during the ceremony, Color Guard, and a tap ceremony. Lieutenant Colonel (USA Ret.) Nevarez was one of the guest speakers who gave an amazing speech. The Jaguars…Details
It is with distinct pleasure and pride that Northport K-8 School commemorate Veterans Day with a flourish. The morning of November 10 started with the Pledge of Allegiance and the Kids at Hope Pledge. Students then recited the “Northport American Children’s Pledge.” The media center filled up quickly with at least fifteen local veterans from…Details
Students in Ms. Mellion’s 2nd grade classroom have been learning all about life cycles of animals and plants. They were able to use Skype to connect with Ms. Samantha Betancur of the North Carolina Aquarium to learn even more! Students were engaged in an online Skype presentation about Sea Turtles, their life cycle, and threats. After…Details
Rivers Edge’s PBIS committee hosted a Fall Festival on Thursday, October 29! All students participated in the “educational” part of the festival with booths that included bowling, making volcanoes, racing cars, and creating their own lava lamps. Students could also use 35 of their Otter Bucks to attend the fun side of the festival. REE…Details
On Friday, November 6th, seniors from the Marine and Oceanographic Academy traveled to Lakewood Park Elementary to put on an anti-bullying skit for the students. The skits, which were to created by the seniors, were meant to highlight different types of bullying that could take place in school and the resulting side effects. In a day…Details
Through a collaborative effort by the Social Studies, ESE, and Robotics Departments, Southern Oaks Middle School students participated in their first geocaching exercise. Student pairs were given the latitude and longitude of a cache location. Combining their GPS technology with their previously learned map skills, they sought out the hidden clues about Hammurabi’s Code, one…Details
Congratulations to our wonderful Weatherbee representatives who are being recognized by their peers for their contributions to our school and to the students they serve.