Bayshore Elementary students are demonstrating their skills as scientists by investigating scientific problems. Students in Nancy Fallon’s third grade class were investigating if the number of coils on an electromagnet affected its strength. Pictured, from left, are Kyla Higgins, Michael Bresch, and Sam Vicente.
Every year, the Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion conducts service learning event designed to serve the community and teach the cadets valuable life skills. This year’s Service Learning Project supported the Relay for Life, which is an organization that supports the American Cancer Society in the fight against all cancers. Cadets set up luminaries around…Details
Students in Edward Strivelli’s first grade classroom at White City Elementary have been writing class poems throughout the year as part of their word families study. In each ‘silly’ poem, the students used words containing a target sound. At the end of the week, the children read to an audience filled with students from Lois Peith’s second grade class. After their…Details
Allapattah Flats kindergartners are becoming super sleuths using Secret Stories. The students learned about what happens when the letters t and h are side by side in a word. Then, they practiced sticking out their tongues to make the “thhhhhh!” sound. Lastly, the students used letter Legos to build words that begin or end with…Details
Southport Middle School promoted the love of reading with an incentive to win an Amazon Kindle. During April, School Library Month, students were registered to win a Kindle when they checked out a book. Pictured, from left, are Anita Mattia, winning student Ryan Zelaya and media specialist Angela Mas as he picked up his prize!
Southport Middle School’s Young Authors celebration included a video conference with author Douglas Quinn. With the help of grandson, Southport Middle sixth grade student Quinn Coleson, Quinn has written four adventure series novels featuring his grandson as the main character. St. Lucie County’s ITS department supported Southport’s media center to set up the video conference with Mr. Quinn,…Details
Students Myron Varn’s eighth grade American History classes just completed a Student Teaching Module (STM) which divided the class into five groups, each responsible for part of a chapter covering the inventions and early industry from 1740-1790. They planned lessons to include learning goals and assessments. Some lessons were as intricate as PowerPoint slide shows with a Jeopardy quiz.…Details
The annual Family Reading Night Celebration at F.K. Sweet Elementary was another huge success with over 100 students, parents, and community members in attendance. Children were allowed to rotate from reader to reader and listen to teachers and community members reading lots of their favorite stories. Students filled goodie bags with pencils, pens, bookmarks, and books. Concessions,…Details
Fourth grade students at Mariposa Elementary School are preparing for the school’s annual wax museum. The students are excited and eager to teach other students and visitors about their famous person in history and how that person made a positive impact in our society and the world. Pictured is Estefano Livi poses as Benjamin Franklin.
Elia McDonald, in Laura Glennon’s third grade class at F.K. Sweet Elementary, is the class winner for his prize cabbage. His information and cabbage picture will be submitted to Bonnie Plants, in Union Springs, Alabama. Elia’s cabbage will be judged on the cabbage head size, overall appearance, and weight. There will be a $1,000 scholarship…Details