Morningside Elementary’s Odyssey of the Mind Team is one of the two best creative problem-solving teams in the state of Florida! This has earned them the right to compete with 25 other countries at the World Finals. The school is working hard to raise the money for travel, but they need your help! Please consider…Details
Parents and students met for student-led conferences. Students explained their work and progress, and parents praised and asked questions. A great time for all.
Teachers at MSE dressed up in their favorite decade outfit and wonderful conversations with children happened. We had representatives from 1940’s through the 1990’s.
St. Lucie Public Schools is proud to announce that Morningside Elementary’s (MSE) Odyssey of the Mind Team is advancing to the World Finals competition slated for May 23 – May 26 in Ames, Iowa. Morningside’s team will convene with approximately 850 other teams for what is deemed to be the largest creative problem-solving competition. Julie…Details
Mr. Graff, the media specialist at Morningside Elementary, received a $500 check from the Port St. Lucie Rotary Club. The money will be used to support our Reading Counts Program.
Third, Fourth and Fifth grade students competed in the MSE Spelling Bee on January 12, 2015. After 14 rounds of words, Aaron Nieves, a third grader buzzes to the top and wins the competition. Congratulation Aaron!!
Students at Morningside Elementary who earned Principal’s Honor Roll (straight A’s) were honored by the Principal, Cortina Bell-Gray, with a Pizza party. Congratulations, students!
Morningside Elementary School students are charged for their trip to Washington, D.C. as the Florida Elementary School of the Year for Energy Achievement. The National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project selected Morningside Elementary as the Florida Elementary School of the Year and National Elementary School Runner-up. NEED encourages and rewards student leadership and innovation by…Details
Students in third grade at Morningside Elementary each received a dictionary from the Rotary Club of Port Saint Lucie. Students were excited as they looked through the pages at pictures and new words in their very own dictionary. Thank you, Rotary, for your wonderful gift!
First grade students at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition recently performed a multicultural holiday event for families. The students sang songs from different countries, such as Jingle Bells and Feliz Navidad which were led by music director Christine Hill. After the performance, the families were able to sample foods from many different countries and enjoy…Details