Southport’s sixth graders recently enjoyed an engaging, positive, and busy day at their second annual 6th Grade Student Retreat. Students began the day all together in the gym giving positive affirmations to each other in an unusual twist of musical chairs. They were next split into small groups with adult team leaders and sent out…Details
Saturday, November 5th was a great day for the marching bands of SLPS as they performed in the District 13 Marching Band Music Performance Assessment (MPA)! The MPA is equal to FSA for classroom assessment. Band performances are assessed by critical experts in the field, and bands receive ratings in five categories by six judges.…Details
SLW Centennial student, Kyana Munao, qualified and participated in the FHSAA Cross Country State Championship for the second time in her four years as an Eagle runner. Kyana was only one of two athletes from St. Lucie County to qualify for State. Congratulations, Kyana!
SLW Centennial Freshmen Academy students visit Florida International University. Students start to explore various college and career options in the 9th grade.
SLW Centennial student Sloan Sizemore competed in the State swim meet in Stuart. She placed 8th in the 50m and 5th in the 100m race.
On Saturday, November 5th, Gaines Academy AVID students went to the Amway Center, where they spent the day hearing speakers who participated in the AVID program through high school and how AVID prepared them for college and their current roles with the Orlando Magic. In addition to these speakers, co-founder and Magic Executive Pat Williams…Details
Students from White City Elementary in Mrs. Buescher’s kindergarten class were able to observe various types of pumpkins and gourds. Miss Kitty read them a story and students were able to tell the events that happened in the correct order. She then cut a pumpkin open and the students could explore the inside. The students were…Details
The Speakers Bureau Special Guest at Dan McCarty Middle School was Joseph Dillard, a consultant, author, and motivational speaker. Mr. Dillard shared in depth his testimony, and a story of triumph, persistence, tenacity, and willingness. Questions he would ask himself when he was younger included: “How can I survive in a world that’s so cold…Details
The students and staff at the Pace Center for Girls welcomed Mrs. Wydee’a Wilson, the Chief Probation Officer for Circuit 19, and radio host for the Pay It Forward show on 104.5 the Flame as a guest speaker in the Speakers Bureau series. Mrs. Wilson used her presentation to educate, motivate, and empower. She opened…Details