Morningside Elementary School recently held it 2011-2012 Spelling Bee. Pictured, from left, are Assistant Principal Jennifer Hedeen, first place winnre Raisa Asim, third place winner Rodney Calixte, second place winner Bianca Morris second place, Principal Cortina Bell-Gray and in the back, bee coordinator Jean Constantine.
Morningside Elementary students Yasmine Taveras, Jocelyn
Ortega, Leilani Warner, Emily Casler and Summer McDonough enjoy dancing
together at the Dress Code dance that the PBS team sponsored. Students in
grades K- 5 were able to attend the dance if they were in dress
code the entire first semester of the school year.
Students at White City Elementary enjoyed a visit from Commack, a very special Golden Retriever. Commack is a therapy dog certified by Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs, Inc. He has been specially trained to support students as they read and spend time with him. Students are looking forward to future visits from Commack!
The National Junior Honor Society volunteered at the Golden Corral Restaurant in Fort Pierce. The students earned time towards their required community service hours as well as giving their tips to the school to be used towards several planned activities. It was a fun night and we hope to make this an annual event. Pictured…Details
St. Lucie West K8 eighth grade science teacher Debra Quintero has been selected to present at the 2012 National Science Teachers Conference in Indianapolis in April. Pictured are Ms. Quintero and Todd Hilgendorff, of Farnsworth Middle School, Guiderland, New York, who will share a series of lessons based on their experiences working with marine researchers in…Details
Dean Debborah Estrada and Assistant Principal Latricia Thompson from Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition proudly display their trophy after winning second place for events held during Week of Kindness 2012. This event was sponsored by the Charmettes and Delores Hines came to give them the good news and present the award. Great job…Details
Students at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition enjoyed “Twin Day” to help raise money for Relay for Life. The students paid a dollar to dress up as a twin with a friend. Pictured here are a group of third graders who participated and helped raise money for a worthy cause.
Students and staff at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition stand next to their float at the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade. Everyone that helped with the float and walked in the parade had a wonderful time. Thank you to all that participated!
Janet Winikoff from the Humane Society of Vero Beach & Indian River County speaks to seventh grade students at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition about sick and neglected animals and about the Humane Society. She did a PowerPoint presentation and answerd questions that students had about pets being neglected because of hard economical…Details
Judges listen to Palm Pointe Educational Research seventh grade students as they present their Project Citizen reports. Project Citizen is a student led class project in which students select a problem in the community and create a public policy addressing it. Students select the problem as a class, research it, come up with two or…Details