Mrs. Norma Miller and Ms. Ladonna Hannans pose with their singing reindeer in the Pre-K classroom at Weatherbee after their awesome musical performance this week. ♫ ♪ ♫
December’s Speakers Bureau guests for Fort Pierce Westwood High School were Kim Johnson and Dr. Charles Zollicoffer. Thank you for your words of wisdom and inspiration.
Dr. Danni Hoey from Indian River State College addressed students at Samuel Gaines Academy during the December Speakers Bureau presentation. The Speakers Bureau is a valuable channel of communication between students and community leaders.
The Giving Trees are a long standing tradition at Rivers Edge Elementary. Every grade has a Christmas tree on the stage in the cafeteria representing a local organization. Students and staff bring in donations for the organization the grade has chosen. They are placed under the tree for the campus to see. Once again this…Details
Frances K. Sweet’s student council hosted their annual Breakfast with Santa for the students and their families. More than 50 families ate breakfast, made crafts, and met Santa. Pictured are the student council representatives, Mr. Gary Bushby, and of course Santa.
The Routing Department would like to wish every employee a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! We all work together to provide the best services we can to the students in St Lucie County, and we here in Transportation, thank you.
Have a wonderful holiday break, and we will see you all in 2016!
Students in K-5 with no referrals for the second nine weeks danced and enjoyed each other’s company at the second annual PBIS in-school dance.
Friends of Morningside Elementary hosted a get-together to celebrate the season!
For the second consecutive year, Governor Rick Scott has proclaimed January 4-8, 2016 as Florida First Responder Appreciation Week.
First responders play a critical role in keeping our communities safe, and all Floridians benefit greatly from the services they provide.
On behalf of St. Lucie Public Schools, thank you for your dedicated service!
Members of the Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition’s National Junior Honor Society recently donated hundreds of canned goods and other non-perishable items to the Harvest Outreach Center. A special thank you to all students and staff who donated to help make the holidays merrier for many people. Pictured from left is Michaela Keaton,…Details