October 24, 2018 is National Unity Day. This is the day when everyone comes together to take a stand against bullying. Please consider wearing ORANGE on Wednesday in support of National Unity Day. Make it ORANGE and make it end! What are your true colors when it comes to bullying? If you care about safe…Details
SLPS is seeking high performing teachers (see eligibility requirements on flyer) to make a difference in the lives and learning of children at Chester A. Moore Elementary and Lawnwood Elementary.
Interested? Apply today!
The St Lucie County Schools Facilities and Maintenance Department has identified seven scholarship winners from 2011 Summer Youth Internship Program. They include John McDonald, Ft. Pierce Westwood, $2,000; Sandra Luxama, Ft. Pierce Central, $1,500; Tedra Turner, Port St. Lucie High, $1,000; Austin Fountain, Ft. Pierce Central, $500; La’Metria Bivens, Ft. Pierce Central, $500; Iman Hall, Ft. Pierce Central, $500;…Details
Students at Floresta Elementary were truly awestruck by the captivating and mesmerizing tricks performed by the Magician Jamie Porter as part of the school’s Positive Behavior Intervention & Support. Students were charged 15 Dolphin Dollars to participate in the magic show which was held in the school’s cafeteria, on Friday, May 17. The magician performed amazing card tricks and tricks…Details
Lakewood Park Falcons congratulates Brendan Mackey for PERFECT ATTENDANCE for 4 years straight! Way to go Brendan!!
Lakewood Park Elementary hosted their first Drive-in Movie Night sponsored by the PTO. Students created their own
cars and left nothing to the imagination. Great job students!
Representatives from Florida Institute of Technology’s Lunabotics team recently visited Southern Oaks Middle School to meet with the students whose team took fifth place last spring among 50 international teams competing in the fourth annual NASA Lunabotics Mining competition. The team came to Southern Oaks and put on three presentations: the first session involved dissecting an edible asteroid, where students…Details
Students who participated in the Louder Than A Bomb (LTAB) Poetry Spoken Word Competition at Nova Southeastern University were recognized at the school board meeting on April 28, 2015. LTAB was founded on a student-centered, educational philosophy geared toward young people ages 13-19. The “trick of the poetry slam is to use the guise of…Details