Fairlawn Elementary kindergartners learn about butterfly life cycles

Kristie Wuycheck and Vanessa Solomon’s kindergarten classrooms at Fairlawn Elementary School have became virtual butterfly gardens of learning! Boys and girls from both classrooms learned about the butterfly’s life cycle, then participated in a live butterfly cycle project. The students were able to follow the full life cycle from a “hungry” caterpillar, to fascinating chrysalis, and…

Details

Fairlawn Elementary food drive benefits local pantry

As part of their continuing outreach to members of the St. Lucie County community, Fairlawn Elementary Student Council sponsored a food drive to benefit the Treasure Coast Food Bank.  In this amazing effort, Fairlawn students, staff, and families collected over 1,700 pounds of food.  Without a doubt, many local families will benefit from this gracious outpouring.  Pictured,…

Details

Fairlawn – Designated Beacon School for Imagine Nation

Representatives from Imagine Nation recently visited Fairlawn Elementary School to bestow congratulations and present Principal Pam Holmes and staff with a special Beacon Award.   Each year, Imagine Nation recognizes top schools across the country that demonstrate stellar usage of Imagine Learning, one of the parent company’s digital language, literacy, and math programs. The company’s…

Details

F.S. Sweet Loves Dr. Seuss!

F.K. Sweet staff and students were so very excited to wear our favorite hats to honor Dr. Seuss’ book, The Cat in the Hat. Such a fun-filled week of dressing up and learning all about Dr. Seuss and his fabulous books!

Featured in the photo: F.K. Sweet Kindergarten teachers along with our Principal, Mrs. Jackson.

F.K.Sweet Kindergartners Make Matter Delicious

September in kindergarten has been such a busy month!  Did you know what you will find if you cut open an apple? Isaiah Brickles-Jackson was pleasantly surprised to find a star!  Students in Melanie Francisco’s class studied apples while learning the properties of matter.  After reading about Johnny Appleseed, students turned apples into applesauce.  They practiced patience while they…

Details