Third grade students Ricardo Garcia, Da’Shawn West, and Kyara Johnson from Cheryl Salerno’s class at Sam Gaines Academy believe in teamwork in the media center while searching for books on the computer.
There was a lot of learning about writing skills during the Family Writing Night recently at Sam Gaines Academy K8 School, which included a chicken dinner and ending with a door prize drawing. Pictured is seventh grader Alexis Langel and her father holding the door prize they won.
Take Stock in Children scholarships are awarded to middle grades students after a selection process through the Indian River State College Education Foundation. The recipients will receive mentoring throughout high school, and then will have all four years of college tuition paid! There were hundreds of applications, and only 10 students were selected county-wide. Please join in…Details
Northport K-8 School is proud and pleased to represent the very best of Dr. Martin Luther King’s message of peace and unity. Special thanks must go to the school’s MLK committee who designed and decorated the float, to the school administration who supported the endeavor and marched along with the school, the teachers, staff and…Details
The annual Martin Luther King, Jr., parade drew thousands on Monday, January 16, lining 25th Street and Virginia Avenue in Fort Pierce. Annie Kate Jackson, pictured at left, and Jay Lundy were the emcees of the televised presentation of the parade which is airing on WLX The Education Channel. Click on the link to the…Details
White City Elementary kindergartners had a special visitor from the community share about her cultural heritage. Mrs. Yatabe grew up in Japan near Tokyo. The students learned about Japanese customs and traditions and compared and contrasted them with American customs and traditions. The students also learned about origami and made their own samurai helmet! They tried the origami…Details
Bayshore Elementary students and staff are excited to be participating in Odyssey of the Mind. Odyssey of the Mind is an enrichment program that provides participating students with an opportunity to be creative problem solvers. Pictured is third grade student Kyle Ingleton painting a prop that will be used during the state-wide competition.
Bayshore Elementary third grade students have been learning to play the violin, xylophone and the recorder. Ariah Davenport (left) and Tayla Belony (right), play the violin during the third grade PTO performance.
Local businessman and philanthropist Larry Lee was recognized at the January 10, 2012, St. Lucie County School Board meeting for his Lighthouse Foundation’s contributions, particularly a specific event where 250 students, 25 teachers and 25 other chaperones and principal D. David Washington from Fort Pierce Magnet School of the Arts were able to go to…Details
Students Zarah Gampp and Taylor Brennan in Ms. Portillo’s sixth grade reading class at Allapattah Flats K-8 read in a cozy corner of the room. Students are encouraged to routinely read independently upon completion of their classwork. Way to go Zarah and Taylor!