On Friday, October 23rd, NASA Engineer George “Gabe” Gabrielle, came to Samuel Gaines Academy to speak with our students about space travel. He taught Mr. Davino’s AVID classes about the NASA facilities, preparing them for their upcoming 8th grade field trip to Kennedy Space Center in November. Mr. Gabrielle also had a chance to speak with the…Details
A team of engineers from Fort Pierce Utilities Authority met with students and instructors in engineering classrooms at Fort Pierce Central High School and Lincoln Park Academy. Building solid partnerships between our schools and our community is an important aspect to quality education. About Our Programs: An exciting partnership between St Lucie Public Schools and…Details
On Saturday, October 24, SLWK8 students competed as a team in the Future Chef Competition held in Ft. Pierce at the Green Market. Students competed against the local high schools and one other K-8 school in this event. The Shark Chef Team (Casie Schulz, Laravanessa Cano and Gabriella Quimby) showed well with their appetizer of…Details
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition’s Elementary School Counselor, Summer Kuba attended the Florida School Counselor Association Conference and presented to school counselors around the state on best practices for implementing classroom guidance lessons, small group and individual counseling. Her presentations included a focus on student anxiety, engaging students through interactive lessons, advocacy efforts,…Details
C. A. Moore teachers and students had fun during the Lights On Afterschool event.
Pictured: Ms. Spivey, Mrs, Ricks, Brandon, Alex, and Sofia.
Unity Day at C. A. Moore Elementary School
Ms. Daughtry, Kaivan, Devin, Altavious, and Ms. Spivey
In Mrs. Kasey Ascani’s second grade class, students have been participating in a unit about “Who We Are As Americans.” Students have learned about Native Americans and their contributions to our nation. In this activity, the class had to write three facts about Native Americans on each of their feathers and glue them to a…Details
Autumn Walk Mrs. Glenda Taylor’s first grade class took an autumn walk around the field behind our school. Students used their five senses as tools to make careful observations. The students made records about the investigation. Each child wrote the name of things he or she could see, hear, smell and touch. Later, everyone tasted grapes…Details