Indian River State College Volleyball Team volunteered to read with kindergarten students at C.A. Moore Elementary thanks to Head Coach Stephanie Skidmore and Assistant Coach Aubree Parker. Coach Aubree Parker is also the P.E. Teacher at C.A. Moore Elementary.
Students in Mrs. Alice Parks’ first grade class at Frances K. Sweet worked on composing two-dimensional shapes. The shapes were: rectangles, squares, trapezoids, and triangles. The students created a composite shape using pretzels and marshmallows as their manipulatives. The students enjoyed eating their shapes after making them. Students from left to right: Mia Delara and Rain…Details
Students in Mrs. Stacey Johnson’s Second Grade Enrichment group created a class diorama of the layers of the Tropical Rain Forest. Students each contributed two animals with fact cards to the class project. Pictured from the left are Arianne Reif, Addison Burgess, and Dylan Gould.
On September 30, Bayshore Elementary welcomed fathers and male role models to observe the Dads Take Your Child to School Day. The media center received 120 fathers and male role models representing 146 students, or 20% of the student body, who were greeted by the school administrators and teachers. During the event, fathers and male role…Details
Meteorologist Cris Martinez from WPBF News brought Weather School to Morningside Elementary School this week. The forecast was bright and sunny for learning!
Thank you Cris!
Hear the Good News of Gaines. Join us for a School Advisory Council/PTO meeting at New Destiny Family Worship Center on Thursday, October 15th at 6PM.
New Destiny is located at 1801 North 27th Street in Fort Pierce.
One of the 5th grade classes at Rivers Edge Elementary celebrated World of Bullying Prevention Day by defining characteristics of a bully, what measures students can take to prevent bullying, and what students can do if they see bullying within their school and community. Each student took a stand against bullying by sharing one way…Details
On Wednesday, September 20, 2015, the Fort Pierce Central High JROTC Cobra Battalion continued their commitment to a cleaner environment. More than 70 students headed out with pokers and garbage bags to clean up on South 25th Street. The Cobra Battalion has participated in the “Adopt-A-Road” program for many years cleaning up the section of…Details
Earning the highest scores in the county on the 5th Grade Science portion of the FCAT last year is not slowing down Rivers Edge from striving to continue their long tradition in the study of science. Recently, one of Rivers Edge Elementary’s 5th grade classes explored how sound energy can be transferred to different objects.