St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) will resume normal operations on Monday, September 18. The bells will sound on time, normal transportation will pick back up, before- and after-school activities will continue, and the District’s Student Assignment Office will be open and prepared to support families from this community and from other areas who need to…Details
The ESE DAC Meeting scheduled for September 19th has been cancelled.
This meeting will be re-scheduled and re-advertised as soon as possible.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
It has been said that every cloud has a silver lining. If a cloud can produce a silver lining, just think what a hurricane like Irma can do. New friendships are formed, care for others is demonstrated, a chance to calm the nerves of those who are frightened is taken, food is provided, help is…Details
Every St. Lucie Public School (SLPS) student, regardless of previous lunch eligibility status, has the option to receive a free breakfast and lunch each day they attend school from September 18 through October 20, 2017. This, according to St. Lucie Public Schools Child Nutrition Services Director Deborah Wuest, is to accommodate displaced Floridians and resume…Details
Eagle student-athletes showed their team and community spirit by working together to lend helping hands to assist others in putting up shutters and aiding in other pre-storm preparations. Athletes from the football, basketball, baseball, and soccer teams worked with their coaches to help others prepare for Irma. After a full day doing something nice for…Details
The “Manateam” from Manatee Academy K-8 came together to support one of their teachers who experienced flooding during Hurricane Irma to demonstrate how working together is better!
SLPS opened 12 schools to serve as shelters in St. Lucie County during the devastating rains and winds that swept through the area. Through it all, shelter residents were safe, well fed, and cared for by staff who were driven to put service before self.
Thank you for all you do for your community!
The employees of Mariposa Elementary are not just coworkers; they also pull together as family. When Hurricane Irma came through Port Saint Lucie and left Mariposa Elementary with debris to clean up, everyone knew it would take many hands to clean our school. After the storm, Mr. R. Craig Logue, Mrs. Brie Lamb, faculty, and…Details
According to St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) District officials, students and staff will recoup valuable instructional time lost during Hurricane Irma. On September 27, 2017, the early dismissal schedule reverts back to a regular school-day schedule, and the October 27, 2017 student holiday now becomes a regular school day as well. “Making September 27…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools unites with other communities across the nation for a two-day spotlight on afterschool programs and activities during the 3rd annual Lights On Afterschool showcase. Over 30 program coordinators from across St. Lucie County representing a variety of interests from academic and athletic to artistic will rally for program awareness on October…Details