Morningside Elementary School’s second grade teacher Sarah Roddin is reading, “Have You Filled a Bucket Today?” by Carol McCloud to her class. This book is a guide to daily happiness for kids. Her students enjoy beginning their day in a positive way.
Fifth grade students at Morningside Elementary in Brad Culbertson and Mary Mascello’s classrooms put on an outstanding production of “Robin Hood” for their parents and students. Students not only performed but also created all of the costumes and sets for the production.
Ten St. Lucie County Schools eighth grade students were recently awarded valuable incentives for future success with President’s Challenge/Take Stock in Children scholarship awards held recently at Indian River State College. Through an application process, all the selected scholarship recipients sign a contract agreeing to maintain good grades, to stay out of trouble, to stay away from…Details
Neha Reddy, a sophomore at Lincoln Park Academy, was one of 1,549 high school students from 68 countries, regions, and territories to display their independent research and compete for over $3 million in awards at the recent International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in Pittsburgh, PA. Her project was titled ” Influence of Genetic Variation of Brazilian Peppertree Schinus terebinthifolius on the Survival…Details
Northport K-8 students were celebrated for Excellence in Education in math recently at a Mathlete Award ceremony. Students were given certificates and special recognition at the program which celebrated their dedication and hard work this school year in math. The third through fifth grade students won first place at the Northport K-8 Math Bowl competition…Details
Middle grades Northport K-8 students in the culinary arts program, under the direction of Caren Boyd, participated in a cupcake war recently. Students worked in cooperative teams and devised plans and recipes to produce the best cupcake. Students in six groups used Oreos, confetti, gum drops, Hershey kisses, marshmallows, caramel, cherries, peaches, strawberries and different…Details
Northport K-8 physical education instructors Linda Walker, Kim Kanada Graff, Ryan Carpenter, Kevin Fess, James Hebb and Daryn Ploeckelman promoted the joy of vigorous activity as well as building teamwork, cooperative learning skills and fine tuning locomotor activity. Students in grades kindergarten through fifth were treated to Field Days Northport style! A variety of activities…Details
Teamwork and physical fitness are two of the fundamentals of JROTC training. A year’s worth of training is put the test annually at Field Day hosted by the Jaguar Battalion at Port St. Lucie High School. During Field Day, the three companies battled each other in several different sports and athletic activities to determine the…Details
In order to teach the students how to write in a variety of informational forms related to real world situations, the fourth grade students at Floresta Elementary created “How-to” manuals and recipe books. The recipe books included student made recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. As a culminating project, several classes used the recipes…Details
Students at two Village Green Environmental Studies Schools classes buddy up with each other in a variety of ways. Pictured are students from Christine Duane’s first grade class and Mark Casper’s second grade class “blasting away” at the SAT 10 standardized test.