Instructional Coach, Christine Duane, presents a Pirate Reader lanyard and 25 point button to Ivan Pulido-Hernandez, who the first student at Parkway Elementary School to earn the award! Readers are leaders and Ivan is leading the way.
ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL –St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) is proud to share the Florida Department of Education’s (FDOE) announcement that Dan McCarty Middle School Assistant Principal Samantha Piscopo was named as one of the State’s five finalists for the 2019 District Assistant Principal of the Year! “To be recognized as a State finalist…Details
St. Lucie County’s Assistant Principal of the Year and one of Florida’s finalists for this prestigious honor Samantha Piscopo warmed up to throw the ceremonial first pitch at the St. Lucie Mets baseball game. She was accompanied by family and friends for an exciting evening of baseball on Thursday, April 25.
First graders at Allapattah Flats K-8 School are hard at work making observations of living things. They are really enjoying learning about plants. First graders are learning about the needs of a plant as well as the parts of a plant. They planted grass in cups and transformed the cups into their very own stylish…Details
The annual Planting Day at Rivers Edge Elementary School always refreshes the campus with new seasonal beauty. Students in Lorraine Bernard’s fourth grade class Jamar Gullett, Emily Plank, Paige Parrett and Sofietta Perfetti work at planting flowers and mulching their classroom garden just outside their door. Thanks go to the students and volunteers for making…Details
Ready to pick a book, Set to read every day, Read this summer for Success next year!
Join students all across Florida as they take on the Summer Literacy Adventure Challenge and pledge to read every day. Set a personal goal, work to accomplish it and strive for success!
Jumpstart’s Read for the Record National Event was launched on October 27th and members of PNC Bank volunteered to serve as guest readers in St. Lucie Public Schools VPK/T1 classrooms. Students and readers alike enjoyed laughing and learning about a bear’s journey in the celebrated tale, The Bear Ate Your Sandwich. Mario…Details
Poetry Alive, an interactive program that puts actions to poetry and makes it “come alive” for students K-5th grade was presented on Monday, February 23, 2015. The students clapped, yelled, listened quietly and responded with gestures. They have contests and other fun things for students at www.poetryalive.com
Friday, January 8, 2016, FPW hosted its first Poetry Slam. This slam was an audition for the Louder Than A Bomb Poetry Slam Competition that will be held in April 2016 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The judges selected 10 students to compete. They will meet once a week after school to learn how to write…Details
The Jaguar Raider Team competed in their first Raider competition this year at Fort Pierce Westwood High School.Details