Allapattah Flats seventh grade students, Maya Sanders , left, and Ashley Bowers express their creativity through writing and illustration. Both students demonstrated their concept by recreating their own version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Students’ work includes a title, various characters, and a moral. Lastly, students presented their story to the class.
The Lincoln Park Academy Odyssey of the Mind Team won first place at the recent state competition, and will move on to World Finals at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. There they will be performing the solution to their posed problem along with teams from all over the globe. The scores for these performances, along with the scores they…Details
Students at Allapattah Flats K8 worked diligently on FCAT skills as they prepared for the test, and will continue to keep up their brisk pace as they dig into the fourth quarter. In science, students will be working on a variety of topics, like physical and chemical changes, forms of energy, heat, sound, and motion. …Details
Students in third through fifth grade at Bayshore Elementary were given the opportunity to write poems as part of the Young Writers of America contest. Students wrote poems about their wish for the world or what their family means to them. Pictured are Shandy Ernest, left, and Jadyn Smith from Janet Baraniak’s third grade class who…Details
Northport K8 School master kindergarten teacher Melody Nieves and her students give a ringing endorsement to FAU student intern Amanda Bean. Miss Bean completed two years at Indian River State College and then two years in the Education Department at Florida Atlantic University. She has recently completed her student internship at Northport K8, first easing…Details
Bayshore Elementary students in A.J. Bevacqua’s Rti group are researching ecosystems. Pictured are fifth grade students Chloe Resendiz, left, and Quinn Oslager who researched and created a freshwater ecosystem.
Kindergartners in Nancy Yost’s class at Northport K8 produced a charming display for parents and grandparents recently in their classroom. Students used singing, verse and rhyme to showcase learning three main requirements for plants to grow: sun, air and water. Students used verse to portray the months of the year and used pictures to impress with…Details
Northport K-8 administration, faculty, staff and families united for a terrific cause recently. The Northport family joined with the American Cancer Society to support Relay For Life held at Digital Domain Park. The school based organizers, third grade instructor Tiffany Tredor and middle grades math instructor Mehgan Drost generated support for the walk by promoting…Details
Northport K-8 first graders in Michelle Hicks’ classroom reviewed three dimensional shapes as they prepare for the up coming SAT 10 testing. Students utilized Venn diagrams to sort shapes based on whether each shape was rolled, stacked or both. Students are learning to check faces, vertices and edges to figure our shape. Mrs. Hicks’ lesson…Details
Some 31students in Port St. Lucie High School’s (PSLHS) Business & Industry Academy recently visited the Rinker School of Building Construction at the University of Florida. While at UF, students were able to see some of the latest technology in building design and construction, such as 3D modeling software and laser-aided surveying equipment. The professors…Details