Bayshore Elementary is very excited to support the community by participating in the March for Babies event this year at the Port St Lucie campus of Florida Atlantic University. The money raised will support March of Dimes research and programs that help mothers have full-term pregnancies so babies can have healthy lives. Bayshore Elementary staff members and students recently…Details
Bayshore Elementary students are demonstrating their skills as scientists by investigating scientific problems. Students in Nancy Fallon’s third grade class were investigating if the number of coils on an electromagnet affected its strength. Pictured, from left, are Kyla Higgins, Michael Bresch, and Sam Vicente.
Bayshore Elementary students attended a Winter Wonderland Dance to raise money to support Relay for Life. Students had a great time dancing, eating pizza and having their pictures taken. Students raised over $1200 for Relay for Life. Pictured, from left, are fourth graders Spencer Selph and Riley Corbin, and first grader Jacob Applebaum having a great time on the dance floor.
Bayshore Elemenary School is a Positive Behavior Support award winning school. As part of the positive approach to behavior, students have the opportunity to earn jazzy cash by demonstrating their SPOTS. Pictured, from left, are fifth grade students from Paulette Seay-St. Louis’ class Kaitlyn Carlisle, Paul Comperchio, Kris Simmons and Hannah Friend using their…Details
Bayshore Elementary School students participated in a PBS winter raffle. Students earn jazzy cash by showing their SPOTS! They were able to purchase raffle tickets to try and win a basketball, camera, art set, ripstik skateboard or a twister game. Zachary De Aguiar (left) and Camber Adams (right) put their raffle tickets into the bags.
Bayshore Elementary School’s third, fourth and fifth grade students were surprised with a Tunnel of Hope in recognition of their hard word in preparation for FCAT. Students in grades pre-K through second lined the hallways, created posters and cheered for students and teachers as they paraded through the school. Pictured, from left, are fifth grader Christian Conklin from…Details
Recently Bayshore Elementary had a prankster take the school mascot, Jazzy Jaguar, from the tv studio. During the next week students gathered evidence and investigated to determine who was the guilty suspect. During CSI Night, students participated in experiments about fingerprint analysis, liquid analysis and code identification. Pictured, from left, are first grader Andrew Perkins,…Details
Students in Carol Galloway’s second grade class at Bayshore Elementary have been learning about capacity. Students practiced measuring the volume of objects in cups, pints, quarts and gallons. Pictured are Aiden Partridge, left, and Xavier Melendez who were engaged in the hands-on activity.
Bayshore Elementary School is excited to announce that students in third through fifth grade had the opportunity to learn the civic importance of voting while participating in a mock election. St. Lucie County’s Supervisor of Elections office provided voting booths, ballots and machine tabulators for students to use. In conjunction with the Sunshine State Young Readers…Details
Bayshore Elementary’s first grade students in Amber Godown’s Rti group have been demonstrating their knowledge of story elements. Students picked their favorite books and created a quilt identifying the characters, setting, problem and solution. Pictured is first grader Olivia Moore-Nazario with one of her favorite books, The Steadfast Tin-Soldier.