Eagle student-athletes volunteering at Sara’s Kitchen as part of Project E.A.G.L.E. (Every Athlete Giving Leading Excelling).
The St. Lucie West Centennial Volleyball Team volunteered their time on Saturday, September 19, to give back to the community. The team spent the morning cleaning up a local beach.
Sixth graders at Southport Middle School implement Restorative Justice practices that they have learned through informational text. They prepare to see how Ben Mikaelson weaves the practice of talking circles as they read the novel Touching Spirit Bear. These students periodically meet in a Talking Circle to share their thoughts about school, their hopes, and…Details
The annual POW/MIA ceremony was hosted by Chapter 556 of the Vietnam Veterans of America at Veterans Memorial Park. Cadets from Port Saint Lucie High School showed their support and paid their respects to our missing and captured veterans. This ceremony is to show our appreciation to the people that defended our country and to…Details
Greetings to our St. Lucie Public School family.
We want to remind you that Wednesday, September 23 is a holiday, and schools will not be in session.
Students and staff will resume a regular schedule on Thursday, September 24.
St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) invites fathers and male caregivers to come back to school! On September 30, a movement across the state of Florida will be put into motion whereby fathers and male caregivers are encouraged to bring their child to school, sign a pledge of involvement, and demonstrate the value of being involved…Details
After being stationed in Italy as a Commander in the Navy for the past nine months, Mr. Kyle Croce visited his kindergarten daughter Aria and first grade daughter Caroline during their lunch at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition. What a wonderful welcome back surprise; there wasn’t a dry eye in the house!
Caleb Miller’s grandfather, Art Lauzon, came and visited Michelle O’Keefe’s kindergarten class as Capt’n Book. Dressed as a pirate, he entertained the students with a fun-filled book. Mr. Lauzon is a retired principal from Duval County and loves helping support reading in the school.