AICE Photography student, Sarah Lennig at Treasure Coast High School, scored the highest score in the NATION on her completion of AICE Art and Design for the 2015-2016 school year.
Our school is so proud of our partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters and the positive influence and impact that our mentors and tutors project on our students and school community. Pictured are third grader Josue Mondesir from Janine Wiecks class and his tutor, Sheila Atkins. Sheila started at Northport in August as part of…Details
Morningside Elementary congratulates our Teacher of the Year Janice Elmasian-Therrien; First Year Teacher Michael Alvarez; Minority Teacher Sarah Williams; and School Related Employee Diana Crosdale.
We are blessed to have staff that loves children and gives their all to helping them become the best they can be as people.
Christina DiMeo, an 8th Grader at St. Lucie West K-8 School, was selected as the Weekend Weather Kid by CBS12. Nominated by Barbara Ricks, her business education teacher, Christina conducted herself like a pro during the December 30th broadcast.
Congratulations, from your SLWK-8 family!
Students in the fourth and fifth grade Challenge Program at Frances K. Sweet participated in the Stock Market Challenge sponsored by the Florida Council on Economic Education. Teams were competing to win first, second, or third place for the Elementary Division in our region. Members of the first place team (Josiah Fullwood, Yazmin Sosa, and Carmela…Details
SLPS Social Worker Kate McCormic was recognized by the Sheriff’s Office for her outstanding work with a local family in the fall. She, in collaboration with the SRD and two others, worked to locate a student who was truant, provide food for the family, and provide support services.
Michelle Smith and Jenifer Scipioni were recently recognized by PNC Bank for their dedication and service to the students at Mariposa. Mrs. Smith initiated involvement with Grace Packs a few years ago and has been instrumental in continued support of this outstanding program. Grace Packs is designed to help students who are in need of…Details
Two hundred history fair projects focused on this year’s theme of “Taking a Stand in History” will be judged by local dignitaries at IRSC’s Kight Center this Thursday (1-12-17). Students from across the District have researched, analyzed, and interpreted information on the topic. Working individually or in groups, they have submitted their findings and expressed…Details
Students at West Gate K-8 participated in SPARK testing to determine their level of digital literacy. The focus of the analysis was on three major areas including: 1) Computing Fundamentals, 2) Key Applications, and 3) Living Online. One hundred two students received certifications for global digital literacy during this initial phase of assessment — that’s…Details