At Mariposa Elementary, our very own first grade teacher, Ms. Toni Baptiste, recently received a grant from PetCo for their Pets in the Classroom program! Her class now has a special addition, Sebastian, a hermit crab, that will help the students learn about animals and their environment. Students will understand that living things have needs…Details
C. A. Moore Elementary, Parent Academy, and 21st Century partnered for a Family Night. The families ate dinner together and had conversation cards at each table to generate family discussions. After dinner, the students remained in the cafeteria for science activities and the parents transitioned to the media center for parent activities facilitated by Donna…Details
Morningside Elementary celebrated Grandparents’ Day a little early. The grandparents were invited to join their students for lunch on the stage, in front of the stage, and throughout the cafe to celebrate the importance of family supporting education and their students!
The students at Southern Oaks Middle School began their weekly visit to the Media Center in September. The students will come to the media center each week for 15 minutes through Science, Social Studies and Language Arts classes to check out books. Each week, the students will come to the media center with a different…Details
Each school year, Northport is pleased and proud to present to our students many different educational experiences about the tragedy of September 11, 2001. This year has been no different. Students in Melanie Polascak’s fifth grade class learned about the Survivor’s Tree which withstood the fall of the Twin Towers. Students made their own quilt…Details
Lawnwood Elementary Music Teacher Ms. Evans, AP Ms. Laoutas, and Literacy Coach Mrs. Fisher Show School Spirit on College Jersey Day!
Fourth grade students in Mr. Moulton’s class engage in math activities by working on Kagan cooperative learning strategies.
During Tuesday’s (9/8/15) School Board Meeting (also International Literacy Day), St. Lucie County’s Reading Council read a proclamation stating that each Wednesday during the 2015-2016 school year will be recognized as a day to promote a passion for literacy.
A Committee of school and community leaders brought forth a proclamation at the September 8 School Board Meeting — Dads Bring Your Child to School Day. St. Lucie Public Schools, along with other school districts in Florida, will recognize this initiative on September 30, 2015. St. Lucie sees this as a movement rather than a…Details