White City Elementary kindergarteners created a “Tunnel of Stars” as they handed out Starbursts to cheer on the third graders as they entered the FCAT Pep Rally.
A student led organization out of the Savannas State Park Preserve on Walton Road organized an event to encourage teens out of the house on a Saturday afternoon and enjoy the park. Students from the tri-county area attended and activities included a scavenger hunt, nature hike, minute to win it games, and live musical acts from Lincoln…Details
Biology students from Port Saint Lucie High School recently visited the Brevard Zoo to expand their Florida history and evolution curriculum. Students started the morning with a presentation on Florida’s fossil past and then spent the rest of the day exploring different evolutionary adaptations animals have that allows them to be successful in their environments.…Details
Students from several science classes at Port Saint Lucie High School recently ventured into the Everglades to explore this fragile ecosystem and learn about the history of Florida’s water flow and its effects on native flora and fauna. Students began the morning with an airboat tour through the river of grass and concluded with lectures and exhibits on…Details
Fort Pierce Central High School dean Bonita Monica Williams, Forest Grove Middle School teacher Christine Santos-Nurse, and Fort Pierce Central High School student and future pediatritian Sabrina Valencia LaFrance were honored by the International Haitian Inter-Cultural Association, Inc . (IHICA) service organization at a recent celebratory event. The honorees were selected for their academic careers,…Details
The girls softball team at St. Lucie West Centennial High School has again been chosen as a finalist in the Allen Sportswear “Dress the Champion” contest. Votes are cast by logging in to the attached link below and voting for the school up to once daily. The winner receives home and away uniforms and coaching attire. Pictured,…Details
Eighth grade students in Linda Chinn’s math classes at Allapattah Flats K8 are studying polygons and invited reading coach Linda Schmeer to read “The Greedy Triangle.” Students also looked at some famous art work based on tessellations to gain background. Students then worked with tesseltiles to create their own unique tessellations. Frank Andrade, left, and…Details
Mary Fuller’s sixth and seventh grade math students from Allapattah Flats K-8 are gearing up for FCAT. Her class project was called “Wrap Your Head Around FCAT”. Mrs. Fuller provided hats for her students to create personalized hats with messages relating to the FCAT Reference Sheet and other mathematical expressions they have learned throughout the…Details
The third grade student team at Allapattah Flats K-8 School was excited to host the dunk tank at this year’s Gator Fest. Students from all grade levels, and some parents, lined up to dunk their favorite staff member. Pictured is Jacob Barbour trying to dunk third grade teacher Lauren Monroe.
The students of Mariposa have worked very hard this year to raise money for the American Heart Association in their quest to prevent heart disease. As a motivation to the students, Principal Craig Logue promised to spend the day on the school’s roof if the school met or exceeded the target for the year. True to…Details