Northport Students Take Home the Gold

Career and Technical Education (CTE) students from middle and high schools across St. Lucie Public Schools recently participated in the CTE Student Showcase. Seventh graders Terriana Monfleury and Samira Moss from Mr. Fess’ Northstars STEM class took home 1st place in the Middle School 3D Printing and Welding division. They 3D designed, printed, and presented the “Handrill”, a combination of a hammer and a drill. Congratulations ladies!

Lawnwood Plants Seeds for PBIS

Lawnwood students planted seeds for their April PBIS event. Students enjoyed learning about gardening and growing plants while completing this activity. Go Leopards!

Collaborative Creations Through CTE at St. Lucie West K8

Through a collaborative CTE training with local high schools, measuring was a skill identified to focus on to prepare middle school students for high school CTE courses. Ms. Boham’s class learned about rulers, markings, fractions, and how to use tools safely to cut and sand wood. Students measured and used a drill press to make holes needed to complete a Mother’s Day napkin holder. Students were eager to put their skills to the test to complete their creations!

SLWCHS ESE Students Work at PSL City Hall

These are our Eagles soaring high at Port Saint Lucie City Hall. These students sell coffee, pastries, bagels, and fruit to those in our community, every other Thursday from 8:30-10:30. These shining stars are taught job skills in order to thrive in and support our community. Great job Student Perk workers!

WLX Horizon Weekly

WLX Horizon is the school district’s TV channel that provides St. Lucie County with instructional television programming, school board meetings, along with what’s happening in our district, and local shows about our schools. WLX Horizon can be streamed on-demand for free via the WLX Horizon app! WLX Horizon can also be found on Comcast channel 13 (Ft. Pierce), Comcast channel 19 (Port St. Lucie), Blue Stream Fiber channel 19, and AT&T TV channel 99 (under St. Lucie County Community Channels) or check out the live feed. Join us this week for a new episode of Speakers Bureau with Dr. Donna Mills and her guests … Read More

St. Lucie West K8 Sharks Spin the Wheel

Students in Ms. Paries’ class were pumped to play Zoink and spin the wheel! They worked in teams to read passages and answer questions. Along with other skills, they focused on identifying the author’s claim and finding the evidence that supports it!

Morningside Takes on City Hall

Last week, Morningside’s Student Council visited the Port St. Lucie City Hall. They learned about several important jobs that keep our city safe and beautiful. They were excited to have conversations with people from traffic operations, trash pick-up and recycling, and District 1 Councilwoman Stephanie Morgan. They even saw a K9 demonstration from PSL Officers Gibbins and Miller. #FutureLeadersofPSL

Morningside Rolls Out the Red Carpet

Morningside rolled out the red carpet for a star-studded morning as we kicked off the start of state testing for grades 3-5. Teachers and staff wrote encouraging messages along the red carpet for students to read as they made their way to breakfast and class. It was quite an exciting morning, to say the least! Today, 4th and 5th-grade students completed their PM3 Reading Assessment. Way to go Blue Jays—keep making us proud! #MSEshinesBRIGHT

FPC’s National History Day Fair Winners

Students photographed above were honored at the district level for excelling at the National History Day Fair. Fort Pierce Central High School students Marissa Clemens-Santos and Emily Mazuera did the Manhattan Project for “The Turning Point” in history and Ashley Hampton did “The Synthetic Voice.” Students photographed above are advancing from the district to the state level. From FPC, Ashley Hampton will advance. Congratulations Ashley! At the state level competition, students are given an appointment time in which she will meet with a judge or small team of judges and will answer questions about their project. The next day the … Read More

Floresta Elementary Has the Best Volunteers

Volunteering is more than just fulfilling tasks; it’s about showing kindness, compassion, and care. The dedication from our volunteers has made a tangible difference, whether it was helping a student, beautifying our campus, spoiling our teachers, or fostering a sense of community. We showed our appreciation during a special breakfast hosted by our amazing Volunteer Coordinator, Mrs. Sarah Neil in partnership with our outstanding Math Coach, Mrs. Valerie Lindh.

Morningside Connects to the Community

Our Everglades team wanted to spread the word about the importance of the Everglades ecosystem to our community. They used technology to help create information sheets based on the Everglades habitats. Tavola’s Pizzeria on PSL Blvd, a frequent supporter of Morningside Elementary students, agreed to allow us to feature these sheets at their pizzeria. We are so thankful for the community partners that join with us to celebrate the success of our students and help get the word out about the importance of the Everglades.  

Lawnwood Elementary Hosts Grades 3-5 Parent Night

All Grades 3-5 Parents were invited to attend a Parent Night.  Administration, Instructional Coaches, School Counselors, and Teachers facilitated the event.  Parents were provided a copy of their child’s Progress Monitoring ELA and Math Score Report and they learned how they can help their student master grade-level content skills.  A video was shown to help parents understand computer adaptive testing and parents were provided time to ask questions and discuss concerns.  A special thank you goes out to all Lawnwood Parents for attending this informative session and for all that they do to support our school.  GO LEOPARDS!

Fairlawn Celebrates Proficiency

Students in fourth grade were able to hold assistant principal, Mrs. Reid to her word from last year. The grade level with the highest proficiency was able to duct tape her to the wall! The students had a blast taking turns taping her and making sure she didn’t budge! Way to go fourth grade!

Girls on the Run at Morningside Elementary

This Morningside Elementary (GOTR) Girls on the Run participated in the BETTER TOGETHER Run! They’ve worked hard all year and worked together to be their best selves. We are proud of our girls and their coaches! “We are BETTER TOGETHER”🏃🏽‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏿‍♀️🏃‍♀️

Submit your IRSC Promise Program Pledge by May 24, 2024

Attention 2024 graduating seniors from Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, and St. Lucie County public or public charter high schools, as well as in-district approved homeschool graduates! Don’t forget that the deadline to submit your Promise Pledge is May 24, 2024. Seize the opportunity to earn your associate degree tuition-free by visiting promise.irsc.edu and submitting your Pledge before the deadline.

Fairlawn’s Fifth Graders Bootcamp

Fifth-grade students at Fairlawn Elementary participated in a science boot camp to prepare for their upcoming state science test. Students took part in hands-on experiments and enjoyed healthy competition against one another. Best of luck on your test, we know you will rock it!

LPA Spring Centennial Career Expo

The Lincoln Park Academy Spring Centennial Career Expo was such an amazing event. Twenty-three former graduates were featured and also shared their expertise with our high school students. Students were able to converse with our LPA Alumni about the educational requirements for their career, the pros and cons that come along with their job, and also what they love most about their career. It was such a joy to see our former graduates shine! The day was an absolute success!             +      

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