Southport Middle School students gathered in the Media Center for one last celebration before the school year comes to an end. The love of reading was evident as many of these students have read over six of the 15 Sunshine State Young Readers titles. Pictured from left, back row, Briana Magloire, Amanda Badal, Aaron McNamara, Jacob Wright,…Details
Northport K-8 PTO celebrated the students’ accomplishments for the school year by holding a Fun Run. Over 100 runners, their families and teachers from Northport K-8 participated in a run, a bounce house, a rock climbing wall and a dinner together after school recently. Students picked up their 2012 yearbooks and had their teachers sign…Details
The Port St. Lucie High School JROTC contains many hard-working cadets that go the extra mile on their road to success. One of the most notable cadets is cadet Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Jacobson. He recently earned the Good Citizenship Award, sponsored and presented by the Saint Lucie River Chapter of the Daughters of the American…Details
Students from Windmill Point Elementary’s second grade classes enjoyed a field trip to the South Florida Science Museum. Shannon Sivalls and her students visit the prehistoric section of the museum.
Windmill Point Elementary School hosted a Leadership Day and welcomed community members to learn about the school’s programs. Fourth grade student Talia Ricketts shows visitors her data binder at a mock student led conference.
Students in Lesley Eagle’s fifth grade gifted classroom participated in the Stock Market Game and placed first in the Elementary Division! They were honored at a recent awards ceremony. Pictured, from left, are Carson McCann, Matthew Ongel, Ms. Eagle, and Jack Siruchek.
Morningside Elementary School’s second grade teacher Sarah Roddin is reading, “Have You Filled a Bucket Today?” by Carol McCloud to her class. This book is a guide to daily happiness for kids. Her students enjoy beginning their day in a positive way.
Fifth grade students at Morningside Elementary in Brad Culbertson and Mary Mascello’s classrooms put on an outstanding production of “Robin Hood” for their parents and students. Students not only performed but also created all of the costumes and sets for the production.
Ten St. Lucie County Schools eighth grade students were recently awarded valuable incentives for future success with President’s Challenge/Take Stock in Children scholarship awards held recently at Indian River State College. Through an application process, all the selected scholarship recipients sign a contract agreeing to maintain good grades, to stay out of trouble, to stay away from…Details