St. Lucie Public Schools Summer Musical, “The King and I” MATINEES ARE SOLD OUT! NOW IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR TICKETS FOR ONE OF THE OTHER 5 SHOWS. Don’t miss this great show with beautiful costumes, awesome singing and acting and a classic Broadway musical. Show times: Wednesday, June 14th @ 7:30 p.m. Thursday,…Details
The nationally known cardiologist, Dr. Tiffany Sizemore-Ruiz, Class of 2003, returned to Lincoln Park Academy to dispense nuggets of wisdom to the eighth-grade graduates of 2017. She delivered the message that all lessons learned in eighth grade were relevant as she shared anecdotes of the hard-tack lesson from Mr. David Perry’s eighth-grade history class, as…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools celebrates our 3,000 graduates who will enter the world of college and careers with more than $24 million in scholarships. We also celebrate the many highlights of the Class of 2017 including, but not limited to: 200 students earning their Associate of Arts Degree before graduating high school Over 100 future…Details
The Department of Education released a battery of scores today that reflects good news and supports St. Lucie Public Schools’ (SLPS) continued positive student achievement trends. Overall, the District continued its climb in ELA, math, and science. Superintendent E. Wayne Gent attributes the growth to the individualized support students receive from their teachers, support staff,…Details
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Mark Your Calendar For July 14, 2017
The Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year and 2017 FPWHS graduate Aleshia Johnson shared her positive experiences in school and with the Boys and Girls Clubs at a recent realtors meeting. Aleshia gave credit to her teachers and mentors for support and inspiration along her admirable academic journey. In turn, she has and…Details
Distinguished members of the United Way of St. Lucie County were present at the St. Lucie School Board Meeting to honor schools for this year’s giving campaign. Campaign Chair Andrew Treadwell recognized the following schools for their outstanding contributions: Forest Grove Middle School – Largest Employee Giving and the Largest Campaign Overall West Gate K-8…Details
May was a banner month for student participation in State and international competitions, and the District is proud to celebrate students’ accomplishments. Project Citizen Students in 7th grade classrooms in St. Lucie County have a unique opportunity to learn how our government works in their Civics classrooms. Each year they identify a local or State…Details