In Ms. Bonilla’s VPK class at Mariposa Elementary, students have been discussing what sentences are, the parts of a sentence, and how to build a sentence. Students were given a sentence on a strip, completed some shared reading, and went around their tables reading each of the sentences. The students were able to pick up…Details
On Saturday April 13, 2019, Port St. Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion’s drill team took 32 cadets to compete at the State Drill Meet at George W. Jenkins High School in Lakeland, Florida. The drill team competed in five regulation events: Female Armed and Unarmed Platoon, Male Unarmed and Armed Squad, and Male…Details
The students of Samuel S. Gaines Academy of Emerging Technologies were excited to raise money to benefit the March of Dimes. Students were asked to make donations and they were able to choose a bucket in which to place their donations. Each bucket represented a different administrator on campus. The administrators’ buckets with the most…Details
Education analytics is helping to improve learning outcomes for students in St. Lucie County, Florida. Through a comprehensive and data-driven approach using Microsoft Azure and Power BI, St. Lucie Public Schools has turned around its lower graduation rates and embraced policies that work, school by school, staff by staff, and student by student. Click below…Details
Registered voters recently received a mail-in ballot. To ensure your vote counts, it must be mailed by this Friday — April 19th. This referendum supports teacher pay, safety on our campuses, and mental health services for our children.
Don Carter, Director of Transportation for St. Lucie Public Schools, shares results that have been seen since implementing video surveillance and wifi downloading.
The St. Lucie County Fire District brought firefighters and fire trucks to visit a class at Fort Pierce Central High School. The students spent the afternoon learning about fire safety, finding out what it takes to be a firefighter, and exploring a fire truck. Thank you to SLCFD for making the visit so enjoyable for…Details
Northport K-8 middle school art class students created an art project with the theme Adopt Don’t Shop in hopes of raising awareness of the adoption for cats and dogs. Students created a colorful background collage using reused paper, creating a new purpose for the paper. The collage served as a symbolic gesture for animals because…Details
On Saturday, May 4, Village Green Environmental Studies School will host a community Environmental Studies Exposition. From 10AM to noon, students will serve as tour guides for guests and will provide information about the school’s permaculture garden, raised bed gardens, astronomy night activities, solar energy kits, and weather stations.
The 2nd Annual Student Culinary Cook-Off is a collaboration between Child Nutrition Services and the Career and Technical Education Culinary Arts Program. The purpose of the event is to provide student chefs with the opportunity to create and showcase enticing entrees that their peers would enjoy while following the USDA guidelines for the National School…Details