The Division of Student Services and Exceptional Student Education in collaboration with Sandy Hook Promise provided a Signs of Suicide (SOS) Training at Indian River State College for school psychologists, social workers, guidance counselors, and district leaders. The SOS program uses an educational curriculum to teach students to recognize the symptoms of depression and suicide, and can be…Details
The Knights of Columbus Council #12159, from Holy Family Catholic Church, had fundraising events to raise money for Mariposa Elementary’s Grace Packs Program. The Grace Packs mission is to provide weekly food packages for students in need. The men hosted four fish bakes, welcoming many from the church and community to a delicious meal; their wives baked homemade desserts…Details
Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis Club read Dr. Seuss books to Fairlawn Elementary School’s kindergarten students to celebrate Read Across America. The kindergarten students were so engaged as the guests read their favorite books and then took questions from students about the books. Thank you to Javier Cisneros, Quinn Haisley, Troy Ingersoll, Nicole Romero , Frank…Details
Roger Priest and members of the Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis presented awards to schools for this year’s St. Lucie County School Fair Displays. Congratulations to all of our winners!
The Sunrise Kiwanis Club of Fort Pierce made its annual contributions to school media centers at the April 10, 2012, St. Lucie County School Board meeting. Members of the club annually participate in reading during the Read Across America Day, which is around the birthday of the author of Dr. Seuss books, at local elementary schools.…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools partnered with Main Street Fort Pierce to connect downtown Fort Pierce businesses to the high and middle school culinary programs. In mid-October, nine culinary teachers toured eight restaurants; Importico Bakery, Uncle Carlo’s Gelato, Taco Dive, 2nd Street Bistro, Subway, Sunrise City Café, The Bradford and the Cake Lady. The whirlwind tour…Details
Dean Debborah Estrada and Assistant Principal Latricia Thompson from Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition proudly display their trophy after winning second place for events held during Week of Kindness 2012. This event was sponsored by the Charmettes and Delores Hines came to give them the good news and present the award. Great job…Details
Ms. Debra Snyder, Principal at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition along with Debborah Estrada, Dean of Discipline and Chairperson of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee proudly accept the Second Place trophy for Kindness Week. Palm Pointe’s school-wide project involved collecting over 840 teddy bears from students and staff . The “Teddies…Details
Do you have fond memories of sitting in a circle and being read to in the school library? Not too much has changed as kindergartners prepare to listen to a new book, Library Lily, read by F. K. Sweet Elementary school media specialist Jeanie DuPell.
Kindergartners in Mrs. Warren’s class proudly show off their sight word progress by tracking their achievement. The teacher then conferences with students individually about where they are, and they set new sight word goals. What a fun, interactive way to show what you know as you learn and grow.