October is National Administrator Month and Lincoln Park Academy’s National Honor Society gave a big thank you to our fantastic administrators, Mr. Sanabria, Ms. Stone, Miss Veldhuis and Mr. Lehman. We very much appreciate all the hard work that goes into making our school safe, successful and productive!
Lilliana Turner, Maiya Shaw, Tiana Alexis and Zxariah Cooper enjoyed their field trip to the Treasure Coast Children’s Museum. They are seen here engaged with the hands-on materials of the museum.
Witch Hunt Hysteria came to Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition! Mrs. Wright’s eighth grade U.S. History Classes went on a “Witch Hunt” as part of their first DBQ investigating “What caused the Salem Witch Trials Hysteria in 1692?” Students were challenged to analyze a series of Primary Sources to determine the motivation of…Details
The PSLHS Marching Jaguar Band, under the direction of Band Director Mr. John McGallagher, recently competed in the 33rd Annual Crown Jewel Marching Festival in Vero Beach. They marched away with the following trophies in the Bronze Division: Best in Class Overall, Best in Class General Effect, Best in Class Music, Best in Class Marching,…Details
Jeff Cross, retired former Miami Dolphin’s player came to visit the sixth grade students at Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition and spoke about perseverance, organization and staying on track with academics with their years to come. He stressed to the students how important organizational skills are and how pertinent they will be for…Details
Elizabeth Pruitt, Math Supervisor K-12, was presented a S.T.A.R. Award (Special Thanks and Recognition) on October 14th at the School Board Meeting. Ms. Pruitt was nominated by a high school teacher Taleese Walsh, who wrote: I wanted to take a moment to speak about Liz Pruitt. I just learned that she is responsible for compiling math course “toolboxes.” These used to be…Details
On October 14, 2014 the Loretta Adams and Sam Andrianoff Awards were presented in conjunction with the declaration of Disability History and Awareness Month. These two exceptional people left a great legacy. Loretta Adams was the forefront of the inclusion movement and was an advocate for students with disabilities. This years awards were presented to Megan…Details
Despite the rain and rearranged plans, everyone enjoyed Art in the Park in Southport Middle School’s cafeteria. Students beamed with excitement as they moved from one delicious activity to the next and enjoyed scrumptious appetizers donated by local businesses, faculty and staff. Students were encouraged to play with their food in the “Food Art” station,…Details
Weatherbee collected a dollar from each participant for “Jeans Day”. All the donations will go to the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association (when the messages from our brains that tell our bodies to move do not get to our muscles). Along with the fundraiser, the school had an Ice Bucket Reading Challenge! Top readers in each…Details
The kindergarten students in Ms. Ham’s class at Oak Hammock K-8 have four new fluffy additions to their classroom. In September, we studied farm animals and what animals need to survive. As a culminating activity, we received eggs from the 4-H farm in Fort Pierce to incubate. We learned what was happening inside of the…Details