Congratulations are in order for Morningside Elementary and Principal, Kathleen Melrose. For the 2018 holiday season, Morningside Elementary gathered 1020 toys for donation to Toys for Tots. The community is thankful for your generosity. Way to go Morningside!
St. Lucie Public Schools’ own Assistant Principal of the Year, Samantha Piscopo, wrote an article featured in the March 7th issue of ASCD Express, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development’s (ASCD) e-newsletter. Published two to three times a month, this resource seeks to give educators practical, actionable strategies, and information from the most reputable…Details
This week be sure to watch the press conference regarding the Referendum and School Safety. We also have several new shows! Shows include the 2019 History Day, Legal Affairs hosted by Diamond Litty, Live United hosted by Kenrick Thomas, and Speakers Bureau hosted by Dr. Donna Mills. These are shows that you do not want…Details
On Saturday, March 2, 2019, the Port St Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion’s Drill Team competed in its AREA 3 Regional Drill Meet at Jupiter High School. This is the most important drill meet of the season because it determines if the team can advance to the state competition. Cadets participated in fourteen…Details
Treasure Coast High School AFJROTC completed a 15-mile memorial walk/march on Saturday and Sunday, March 2nd and 3rd. The memorial march, entitled a “Bataan Death March” was done to honor those who survived and those who gave their lives in WWII during the fight for control of the Philippines. . After their surrender on the island…Details
Ms. Alyssa Barbieri furnished her 5th grade math students with a diner menu and $20. They practiced adding and subtracting to the hundredths place by selecting three items within their $20 budget – calculating both the cost of the items and the change they would receive back. Whether they chose the most expensive items or…Details
The Interact Club from Treasure Coast High School reads the book Josh the Baby Otter to kindergarten students at Windmill Point Elementary School. This story is part of a water safety program that teaches children what to do if they fall into a pool.
Sophia Henriquez, Philena Maharaj, and Ms. Savela from Northport K-8 Culinary Program served tasty treats at the Port St. Lucie Community Center. Northport K-8 students prepared and served treats for the 2019 Citizens Summit.
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At Mariposa Elementary, Mrs. Bonilla’s students continue to work on sounding out words and identifying the individual letters of a Consonant Vowel Consonant (CVC) word. This week they discussed things they can build, and one of the items mentioned was being able to build words! Students were given alphabet blocks and instructed to build certain…Details