At Mariposa Elementary, Mrs. Linda Auciello’s 1st grade students Abigail Negron, Sophia Manson and Rashard Alston are busy working on their “listen to read” reading center. Reading center rotations are practiced to ensure students stay engaged and gain a variety of different learning opportunities within their classroom.
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ESE DAC Meeting
9 AM – 11 AM
2820 S. Federal Hwy.
Windmill Point Elementary 4th Grader Joshua Jones threw out the first pitch at Friday evening’s St. Lucie Mets game! Money from tickets sold to Windmill Point Elementary students will benefit the 4th grade St. Augustine trip and other 4th grade activities!
St. Lucie Public Schools will continue to share information to support awareness of Hurricane Irma’s progression, provide updates to aid residents in preparedness, and contribute to the unification of messages disseminated from the emergency operations channels of St. Lucie County. Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 News Release #224-17 St. Lucie County 2300 Virginia…Details
Hispanic-Americans helped shape Florida’s rich history. From art to music to engineering, the contributions of many individuals continue to influence us today. Featured Artist Carmen Sasieta Carmen Sasieta is a Social Realism artist, born in Peru. She graduated in 1994 with honors from the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, Mexico, and has taken classes with renowned…Details
Ms. Erica Morales’ fourth grade students at Mariposa Elementary have been enjoying partnering with one another to complete their Math Scoot center. The Math Scoot center encourages students to deepen their knowledge with place value. Evan Lamb is discussing his findings at the center with his partner. Also in Ms. Erica Morales’ class, students created…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) remains dedicated to meeting the nutritional needs of students. Breakfast and lunch will be served to students (pre-K through age 18) on Thursday, September 14 and Friday, September 15 at the following school locations: Bayshore Elementary, C.A. Moore Elementary, Northport K–8, Samuel S. Gaines K-8 Academy, St. Lucie Elementary, Village…Details
Students from St. Lucie Public Schools visited the Norvell Ranch to clean up after Hurricane Irma. They worked all day removing debris and loading it onto trailers. Such a great representation of our future! Pictured from left to right: Gavin Jay (Lincoln Park Academy), Hunter Miller (St. Lucie West K-8), Clark Emerson (Lincoln Park Academy),…Details
School Districts in Florida are working to get running again after Hurricane Irma caused widespread power outages, wind damage, and flooding. Schools closed last week to prepare for the storm, which made landfall in south Florida on Sunday and swept through the state. Hurricane Irma flooded St. Lucie Public Schools’ central office (seen in the…Details
Due to flooding at the Orange Blossom Business Center where St. Lucie Public Schools District offices were located, all District offices will relocate to school and District annex facilities throughout the county. The list below indicates the temporary host sites: 21st Century Program Northport K-8 Alternative Education Dale Cassens Educational Complex Assessment …Details