Ronda Cerulli and Jared Farias from “Safe Kids” presented pedestrian safety to the students at Morningside Elementary.
Donuts for Dads was a great success at Morningside Elementary. Dads, grandads, uncles, and some moms brought their students to school from 8:15-8:45 am. They enjoyed doughnuts and coffee with their students in the cafeteria and in classrooms across the campus.
Buy your Coupons for Classrooms book today and help raise money for your child’s school as well as for teacher grants and high school senior scholarships. Each book costs $25.00 and just using it twice will save you the dollars you paid for the book. https://issuu.com/savearound/docs/st_lucie_county_fl?e=18348958/15118567 For ordering information, contact the St. Lucie Education Foundation…Details
Fort Pierce Central’s Culinary Arts students attended the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Show held on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, in Orlando, FL. All five culinary programs from the District attended the show. Students learned about new trends in food service and had the opportunity to taste foods from around the world. Students also enjoyed networking…Details
Morningside Elementary’s fifth grade student-led conferences received high marks on evaluation forms. Write-in comments included feedback such as “very informative” and “it was great.” During the 30-minute conference, parents and students were shown how to access the St. Lucie Public Schools website; the MSE website; the Skyward site; and lastly, the 5th grade 2017 t-shirt,…Details
Bayshore Elementary School participated in Dads Take Your Child to School Day on Wednesday, September 28. Dads, stepdads, grandfathers, uncles, and many other male role models were welcomed into the school’s media center. All of these important role models made a commitment to remain actively involved in their children’s education. They also learned about ways…Details
Students at Floresta participated in STEAM Day. The students had to work in groups to use all recycled materials to build a car, and the wheels had to roll!